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AggiE_Challenge is designed to engage engineering undergraduate students with multidisciplinary team research projects related to engineering challenges facing our society. The grand challenges include the fourteen Grand Challenges for Engineering (National Academy of Engineering), the fourteen Grand Challenges for Global Health (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) and Engineering World Health: Projects That Matter.

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Participant Data (since 2012)

  • 2,453 total student registrations
  • 128 total projects
  • 72%/28% male-to-female ratio

2018-2019 Data

  • Number of teams 19
  • Number of students 461
  • Number of grad mentors 19
  • Number of faculty 32
  • Freshmen 6%
  • Sophomores 20%
  • Juniors 33%
  • Seniors 41%

By Majors:

  • Aerospace 7%
  • Biomedical 10%
  • Computer science and engineering 6%
  • Chemical 16%
  • Civil 4%
  • Electrical 13%
  • Engineering technology 3%
  • Industrial engineering 6%
  • Mechanical 11%
  • Nuclear 3%
  • Petroleum 2%
  • Other 19%

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