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For more than a century, the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) has performed high-impact research driven by real-world problems. TEES has also strengthened and expanded the state’s technology workforce through education and training, and partnering with industry to develop and commercialize transformational technology.

TEES researchers conduct relevant research and provide practical answers to critical state and national needs. We partner with industry, communities and academic institutions to solve problems to help improve the quality of life, promote economic development and enhance the educational systems of Texas. We also promote new technology education and investigate problems in health and the environment. We serve as a catalyst for collaborations that position Texas to be especially competitive for federal dollars and play a major role in strengthening research leadership across the state.

2021 Legislative Session Exceptional Item

While Texas was named the number one job creator in 2019 in the U.S. by adding 342,800 jobs, the grim reality is that the recent COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in 50,900 jobs being lost in March 2020 alone. For Texas to remain a globally competitive manufacturing leader in a post-digital economy and responsive in the midst of a global pandemic, both small and large employers across the state are being required to work in tandem with partners such as the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station to transform the development and delivery of education and workforce strategies in ways that embrace a culture of continuous learning and empower fluid adoption of technology in an ever-changing world.

Critical Need in Manufacturing Workforce Development Training 2022-23

Contact Information

Norman Roy Garza Jr.

  • Assistant Vice Chancellor for Government Relations
Assistant Name: Lise McNally
Assistant Email: lmcnally@tamu.edu
Assistant Phone: 979-458-0265
Norman Roy Garza Jr.