I am pleased to present this edition of Texas A&M Engineer, which provides a snapshot of the outstanding research conducted by our faculty and students, and highlights the significant investments Texas A&M Engineering has made in research and educational facilities.
A look at Texas A&M College of Engineering’s research activities and facilities.
The future of STEM education
Last summer, an interdisciplinary research team trained 12 Texas teachers in building automation, the internet of things, the engineering design process and additive manufacturing while providing STEM software, a 3D printer and internet of things measurement devices for their classrooms.
The Zachry Engineering Education Complex and E-Quad
Built for today’s student to enhance their overall learning experience through active, hands-on learning and interdisciplinary collaboration.