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Senior Camella Carlson received the Astronaut Scholarship, which emphasizes research and advancing fields, a focus that aligns with Carlson’s interests in translational medical research.

Computer science and engineering student Michael Milton ’20 discusses his leadership roles and how he uses the skills he’s honed at Texas A&M University to help optimize his time, both in the classroom and on the marching field.

The College of Architecture’s Department of Visualization recently hosted Chillennium 2019, the world's largest student-run game-jam. Computer science and engineering students Kishan Patel and Ryan Pfeifer competed in this year’s competition and were part of teams that won some of the top awards.

“They put me in my first class, opened the door, pushed me in and closed the door behind me. And that's how my education in the United States began.” Sebastiao Figueira shares how he overcame challenges as an international student and found a new home at Texas A&M.

With the help of a grant from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program, a Texas A&M University-led research team will continue the development of a new type of propulsion system, possibly enabling missions to the nearest stars in our lifetime.

Once again, Cailin O’Connell found herself surrounded by her peers as they worked over 48 hours in the hope that they’d win Aggies Invent. O’Connell appreciated being there again with not only more experience, but the tactical skills to take on this particular competition.

Two former students were recently honored by the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University for their career achievements in the engineering industry.

Maria Ximena Cabrera Lehmann was awarded the Craig Brown Outstanding Senior Engineer Award this October. This award is the most prestigious honor bestowed on a graduating senior in the College of Engineering. She provided tips for students hoping to achieve this, or another prestigious honor.

Dr. Steve Suh has been named a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Joel and Karen Kiker have established the Joel W. ’76 and Karen G. ’76 Kiker Endowed Scholarship as a way to continue supporting their Aggie family.

Each year, members of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) join in celebrating their differences as well as their accomplishments at the SHPE National Convention. This year in Phoenix, Arizona, was different, however.

Dr. Elaine Oran and her team are taking a deeper look at vapor cloud detonation, providing vital insight into the likelihood of such explosions in the oil and gas industry. Their work will improve risk management and create a framework for safety regulations.

Dr. Eric Petersen, who also serves as director of the Turbomachinery Laboratory, has been appointed as the Nelson-Jackson Chair in the J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Cole Fincher was one of two students to receive the 2019 College of Engineering Outstanding Graduate Student Award, which is given annually to one master’s student and one doctoral student.

To support the progression of solar power, a team led by Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station researchers received a $4.4 million Department of Energy grant to develop and demonstrate a cyber-resilient operation for power distribution systems with massively photovoltaic generation, such as rooftop solar panels.

The J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University honored some of its most outstanding students at the 2019-20 Donor Recognition and Scholarship/Fellowship Banquet on Nov. 7.

Interning at General Dynamics Mission Systems last summer earned Eddie Chavez an opportunity to work with electronic security systems for the government and travel coast to coast.

Bidding ciao to the Texas summer heat, a group of students from the Department of Ocean Engineering participated in a study abroad trip to Italy.

Retired Navy Capt. Richard Waer is now a professor of practice with the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University.

The IMPEDE® Embolization Plug, originally designed by researchers in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University, has won a 2019 R&D 100 Award from R&D World magazine, one of the highest external recognitions that a team could receive for their research impact.

Dr. Amy Epps Martin has been elected a fellow of ASCE, a prestigious honor given to members who have distinguished themselves as mentors and leaders in the civil engineering profession.

The Department of Defense and The Texas A&M University System co-sponsored Drone Venture Day, where U.S. manufacturers of unmanned aircraft systems and counter-unmanned aircraft systems had the unique opportunity to meet with trusted capital providers to explore mutually beneficial business partnerships focused on national security concerns.

On Veterans Day weekend, students from across Texas A&M University joined forces to tackle real problems the military faces today.

Five faculty in the College of Engineering were among 30 distinguished Texas A&M University faculty named 2019 Presidential Impact Fellows and the new Chancellor Enhancing Development and Generating Excellence in Scholarship (EDGES) Fellows for significant and sustained accomplishments and the promise of continued high-impact scholarship.

Each year, the Mays Business School's McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship releases its list of the fastest-growing Aggie-owned or Aggie-led businesses in the state of Texas. This year 40 College of Engineering graduates — seven in the top 10 — were among the 2019 honorees.

Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young recently announced the third class of Presidential Impact Fellows, which included computer science and engineering faculty members Dr. Guofei Gu and Dr. Roozbeh Jafari.

Horrillo and his team have developed computational models that simulate tsunamis caused by large underwater landslides in the Gulf of Mexico. Their 3D and 2D models provide experts, agencies and researchers a valuable tool in evaluating and preparing for tsunamis.

In preparation for another lunar landing, NASA is investing $2 million in cutting-edge thermal technology to be developed by a team of researchers from Texas A&M, Boeing and Paragon.

Dr. Alex Walsh, assistant professor, has been awarded the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Program grant to research how infrared light interacts with neurons.

Summer internships allow students to work with companies, develop professional skill and learn about themselves. Senior industrial engineering student, R'riel Smith, learned many lessons during her internship with Union Pacific Railroad. She shares her knowledge and tips for approaching internships with other engineering students.

To celebrate the launch of Texas A&M University’s EnMed program that will train students jointly in medicine and engineering, a symposium was held at the Houston Methodist Hospital. The attendees included current EnMed students and faculty, donors and many distinguished guests.

Load-bearing materials, like steel and other alloys, can suddenly break if under constant tension. Researchers at Texas A&M University now have an answer as to why.

Dr. Faruque Hasan, assistant professor and Kim Tompkins McDivitt ’88 and Phillip McDivitt ’87 Faculty Fellow in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, was recently named to the 2019 Class of Influential Researchers by the journal Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research.

Former Aerospace Engineering Department Head, Dr. Walter E. Haisler Jr. and his wife, Delores, have established the Delores and Dr. Walter E. Haisler, Jr. '67 Department Head Chair in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University.

A research team from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering has developed new electrodes that open the door for lighter and more efficient electric vehicles and aircraft.

An industrial engineering student has made a difference for a local food pantry by helping them maximize their existing space, allowing them to serve more families.

Texas A&M University Aerospace Engineering students and scholarship winners traveled to Houston to see a showcase of vintage World War II aircraft, meet aviation legends and watch aerial performances at the Wings Over Houston Airshow.

R.G. Miller Engineers, Inc. has established the Richard G. Miller '55 Memorial Scholarship to support full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in civil and environmental engineering from Texas A&M University.

The construction industry is booming and contributes more than $10 trillion annually to the world economy. However, it has the lowest productivity of any manufacturing industry. Dr. Zachary Grasley has received a National Science Foundation planning grant to bring artificial intelligence to the construction industry.

Shell donated $6 million to the Texas A&M Engineering Program. The gift will be divided among the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station’s Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, the Shell Engineering Foundations Laboratory and the Shell Transport Phenomena Laboratory.

Meribeth and Richard T. Wilkinson ’82 have established the Meribeth and Richard T. Wilkinson ’82 Scholarship to support full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in industrial and systems engineering from Texas A&M University.

Taylor Butler ’19 has established the Leasa ’86 and Kurt ’86 Butler Scholarship in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering to support full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University.

Kenneth M. ’79 and Susan M. ’81 Fulk have established the Kenneth M. Fulk ’79 and Susan M. Fulk ’81 Architectural Engineering Scholarship to provide support to full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in architectural engineering at Texas A&M University.