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The Engineering Advisory Council serves as a resource for the Texas A&M University College of Engineering. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering

The Engineering Advisory Council is a group of accomplished industry professionals who serve as a resource for the Texas A&M University College of Engineering. These individuals lend their expertise and guidance in helping the college advance its program, maintain its status as one of the top engineering programs in the country and prepare the next generation of engineering leaders. 

The mission of the advisory council is to assist and advise the college by:

  1. Advising and consulting with college leadership regarding issues of mutual concern related to the educational, research, service and extension program.
  2. Reviewing and evaluating the college strategic goals and plans, and as mutually agreed, specific programs and new initiatives.
  3. Supporting and guiding the college in fostering mutually beneficial relationships with industry, the engineering and scientific communities, state and federal governments, and current and former students.
  4. Assisting in developing resources to support the needs and programs of the college.

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For information about the Engineering Advisory Council, please contact:

Jay Roberts

  • Assistant Vice President of Development, College of Engineering
Jay Roberts