Dean Wood meets Under Secretary of the Army

Joining Forces

In a groundbreaking partnership with the U.S. Army Futures Command, UT faculty, students and researchers will contribute futuristic research on robotics, as well as positioning, navigation and timing; network security; and hypersonics.

Gary L Thomas' Antique Car Collection

American Ingenuity

Alumnus Gary Thomas has spent the past 40 years assembling one of the largest-known private collections of Ford automobiles.

first generation student writing

Navigating the ‘Hidden Curriculum’

For first-generation students, the unwritten rules and expectations of higher education can present real challenges.

James Truchard on his induction in the to the Inventors Hall of Fame 2019

Alumni Notes

Texas Engineering alumni lead industries, launch companies and help develop solutions that improve lives around the world.

Portrait of Yma Revuelta

Unsung Heroes

From alumni outreach to student life programming, staff members dedicate themselves to improving and advancing the Cockrell School.

Students in Discussion during Cockrell School Cares Week events

Taking Care

"Cockrell School Cares" shines a spotlight on challenging conversations, highlighting important themes of well being and belonging.

Portrait of jackie wasson

Self-Tracking Today Can Keep the Doctor Away

Self-quantification is making major strides in the consumer and commercial health care industries, and alumna Jackie Leverett Wasson has her finger on the pulse of this technological breakthrough.

Student displays his Capstone project that tracks moving objects

Creativity + Coursework

ECE students are learning not just how to build something that works but how to design something that doesn’t yet exist.

Mamadou speaking at podium

Creating a Platform for Change

Driven by a passion for helping others, Mamadou Balde has developed a motivational speaking project aimed at benefitting our most underrepresented communities.