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The Zachry Engineering Education Complex is now open to provide students with a new modern space for their education. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering

The Zachry Engineering Education Complex opened its doors on Aug. 25 for an open house. Students shared their thoughts about the building.

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"I like how it’s open and you can see what’s going on in the rooms and labs. It’s complex and intricate, and I can already feel it’s going to be a positive learning environment. I'm excited to gain more skills and attributes to enhance my career prospects."

-Jeremiah Lockhart '22

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"I wasn’t a big fan of the (engineering activity buildings) because they were small, so I’m excited to be in a much bigger space. I like how it’s meant to be interconnected, with the clubs and organizations based out of this building."

-Keely Chacon '21, mechanical engineering

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"It's definitely more than I expected. I'm excited about the common labs. I think this building will encourage more collaboration on multidisciplinary projects. The EIC (Engineering Innovation Center) tried to do that, but it never had enough space."

-Ian Tallerine '18, aerospace engineering

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"I’m already proud to be an engineer at Texas A&M, but seeing this building, that pride just skyrockets. I’m going to spend all of my time here.

-Lanise Williams '20, industrial and systems engineering

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"I really like what they’ve done with the art. I can tell they spent lots of time working on the design and open spaces and it has paid off."

-Jonah Taylor '21

 

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"I'm a first-generation student from a small town. We didn’t have anything like this. It’s so cool. There's lots of technology and endless ways to learn. I never really had access to this much technology, so I’m ready to dive into all of it."

-Kennon Wishert '22

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"I like the open classroom concept; it's collaborative and you don't have to crane your neck to see the board. With the art and open space, we look like a west coast tech school."

-Mike Le '19, electrical engineering

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"It's very impressive. I like how it's a facility for all engineering students. Freshmen can interact with upperclassmen, ask them questions and learn from them."

-Emma deBlonk '20, civil engineering