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Six current faculty members of Texas A&M University’s Dwight Look College of Engineering have been named Fellows of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
The Texas A&M Foundation’s Board of Trustees recently announced the selection of Tyson Voelkel as its new president. The U.S. Army veteran and 1996 industrial distribution graduate of Texas A&M University will take office on Wednesday (Jan. 20).
Dr. Yong Joe-Kim, director of The Acoustics & Signal Processing Laboratory at Texas A&M University, and his students are conducting research that seeks to develop a method of cancer detection that identifies the mechanical properties of cancer cells.
More than 120 teams including seven from Texas A&M University will take part in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend on Friday and Saturday (Jan. 29 and 30) on the campus of Texas A&M.
The TAMU Aerospace Hyperloop team was awarded the Levitation Subsystem Technical Excellence Award at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Weekend that was held on the Texas A&M University campus Jan. 29 and 30.
The Dwight Look College of Engineering will participate in Texas A&M University’s annual premiere recruiting event, Aggieland Saturday, on Feb. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
What happens when you mix engineers with education students and design needs from sponsors? You get solutions to healthy eating habits, educational and safe social media, and special needs education tracking.
Laura Byrd, Courtney Charanza, Debra Hanson and Eleanor Schuler are four of 25 individuals selected to receive the 2015-16 President’s Meritorious Service Award. All four will receive their award during a ceremony Feb. 29 at 3:30 p.m.
Thirteen nationally and internationally prominent scholars, including four who will be part of Texas A&M University's Dwight Look College of Engineering, were formally inducted as Faculty Fellows during a ceremony on Friday, Feb. 26.
Two researchers with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) have received research instrumentation awards from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Three engineering faculty members are among 24 faculty and staff members who have been selected to receive the 2016 Texas A&M University Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award.
You’ve seen them in futuristic science fiction movies for decades, but the reality is that unmanned vehicles are just around the corner, quite literally.
Dr. Akhil Datta-Gupta, Regents Professor in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University has been appointed a University Distinguished Professor, one of the highest honors awarded to Texas A&M faculty members.
A robot assistant lifeguard called EMILY is making waves by helping migrants cross the Mediterranean Sea safely. In the wake of unrest, over 500 refugees have drowned attempting to cross the Mediterranean from Turkey to Greece.
A student team from Texas A&M University, led by engineering Ph.D. students Blake Teipel and Charles “Brandon” Sweeney, won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan Competition for its startup company TriFusion Devices.
The College of Engineering at Texas A&M University honored six alumni at the 2016 Outstanding Alumni Awards Banquet. Five received the Outstanding Alumni Honor Award and one received the Outstanding Early Professional Achievement Alumni Honor Award.
Texas A&M Engineering is expanding its research and education capabilities as part of the recently announced RELLIS Campus. The new campus will be located at a revamped and renamed Riverside Campus.
More than 1,600 students from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University are expected to graduate during two ceremonies on Thursday (May 12).
Amy Truong, a petroleum engineering major, has been selected as the winner of a college-wide contest to redesign the gonfalon, a banner that represents the college at graduation.
The Texas A&M University System is partnering with Battelle, The Boeing Company, the University of Texas System and the University of New Mexico in a joint bid to manage the Sandia National Laboratories.
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering will be hosting several camps this summer. Among the camps being offered are the ENGAGE Summer Camp, Camp BUILD and Camp SOAR.
The College of Engineering at Texas A&M University is participating in the New Student Conferences being held this summer for incoming freshmen and transfer students.
Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station will lead the new Gulf Coast Regional Manufacturing Center as part of the $140 million Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute announced June 20 by the White House.
Texas A&M University is planning to create an innovative engineering medical school at Houston Methodist Hospital to educate a new kind of doctor, pending appropriate approvals, who will invent transformational technology for health care.
Improving the overall campus transportation system is the focus of a broad new initiative to identify promising products and ideas for testing on the Texas A&M University campus.
The Texas A&M ASABE Robotics team is a small group of bright individuals dedicated to using its classroom-learned skills to build on previous experience to design robots fit for competition.
A pair of teams from Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering took the top two spots at the 2016 Texas Instruments (TI) Innovation Challenge Design Contest in North America.
Researchers in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University are making cars smarter and driving safer through cutting-edge technology and research.
Tyler Wooten was a freshman engineering student at Texas A&M University when he came up with an idea that could have a lasting impact on students with visual impairments. His idea, a three-dimensional, tactile map with braille.
Sungtae Shin, a doctoral student in Texas A&M University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been researching myoelectric interfacing.
Long before she was preparing to defend her thesis on surface plasma nitriding of fuel cladding materials, Elizabeth Castanon joined a new organization her senior year at Palacios High School.
When 80 motivated and innovative students from five universities work together, novel ideas will emerge. The first U-Invent produced 12 solutions to combat the spread of the Zika virus through educational and conceptual solutions.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved naming the Engineering Education Complex the Zachry Engineering Education Complex.
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering is proud to host four Aggie leaders on one stage to share their insight and offer advice to Texas A&M students. The event is limited to students and admission is free, but tickets are required.
Texas A&M University, Chevron and Austin Community College (ACC) have announced the formation of the Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy at ACC.
Preparing for the take off of faster production, Lockheed Martin and the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M are investigating the use of advanced industrial engineering tools and procedures to study F-35 rate production.
The Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study (TIAS) announced its 2016-17 class of Faculty Fellows, which includes four who will be part of the Texas A&M University College of Engineering.
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering has added to the strength of its teaching and research faculty with the addition five members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
To explain the potential energy impact for their air conditioning technology, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) researchers Dr. David Claridge and Dr. Charles Culp draw a parallel to the auto industry.
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering honored five students with its Craig C. Brown Outstanding Senior Engineering Award during a banquet Oct. 6 at the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M campus.
Aggies Invent is known for bringing together a unique group of students and mentors for an innovative 48 hours. The most recent event, Aggies Invent: Internet of Things, did not disappoint.