Archive for Engineering Honors

Dr. Nancy M. Amato, Unocal Professor and Regents Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, was honored with the 2015 Distinguished Educator Award from the University of Illinois, where she received her Ph.D. in computer science. This award is prese…


The 2016 Texas A&M Robotics Workshop, held recently, hosted an array of distinguished speakers from institutions around the world, whose research is rooted in robotics. The 12 researchers who presented at the workshop are area chairs for the 2016 Robotics Science and Systems Conference (RSS), w…


When Andrew Salazar took the stage during this year’s Spark Conference, he was prepared but nervous. More than 200 students filled the Bethancourt Ballroom at Texas A&M University and all eyes were on the freshman engineering student. A year before he had been one of the many faces in the audie…


Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal and CEO of Affirm, recently visited the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University. Levchin met with departmental student organization leaders and shared experiences from his undergraduate career and other bumps and triumphs along the…


The Dwight Look College of Engineering’s Engineering Honors program has selected 18 engineering honors students for its inaugural executive committee.  The Engineering Honors program provides students the opportunity to interact with other high achieving students and with honors faculty, creating a…


­­­Ricci Seguban has her hands full, and that’s putting it lightly. The freshman general engineering student from Washington is involved in numerous student organizations and extracurricular activities. She said getting involved in engineering programs and university organizations has enriched her …


It’s not every day undergraduate students are surrounded by world-renowned leaders in engineering fields, but three Texas A&M University engineering students had that opportunity at the Global Grand Challenges Summit in Beijing, China. Jointly sponsored by the U.S. National Academy of Engineeri…


Maura Cadigan, a third-year aerospace engineering honors student, recently became the first Aggie to participate in Stanford University’s U.S.- Russia Forum — a program that aims to bring together the brightest students in the U.S. and Russia to collaborate on research. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, …