During the recent science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) 4 Innovation Conference, Spark!, Texas A&M Engineering's education outreach program, launched their new mobile trailer designed to help Texas children get excited about STEM fields.
Dr. Teri Reed has been elected to chair the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Professional Interest Council IV (PIC IV) and will begin her service at the society’s annual conference in June in New Orleans.
Educators from across the United States and Mexico gathered in College Station March 30 -April 1 to explore how to help engineering students successfully make the transition from their sophomore to junior years, during which the emphasis shifts from core engineering classes to discipline-specific, professional preparation coursework.
For 20 years, industry professionals from across the globe have flocked to College Station, Texas, for the Process Engineering R&D Center’s (formerly the Food Protein Research and Development Center) short course, “Snack Food Processing.”
After serving 10 years in the reserves and active duty as a supply sergeant and chemical operations specialist, Tanya Nixon was honorably discharged in 2010. While in the Army, Nixon’s primary responsibilities involved chemical disposal and decontamination.
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