Stepping Up In a Time of Crisis

As soon as the global pandemic hit, Texas Engineers rolled up their sleeves and got to work — pivoting their research endeavors, developing products for frontline workers and much more.

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Welcome to Your New Home in the Cockrell School of Engineering

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Message from Dean Sharon L. Wood During Turbulent and Difficult Times

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Monochrome for Austin: A Dialogue Between Art and Engineering

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This Student-Designed Rover Can Write Your Name on the Moon

Most humans will never set foot on the moon, but a group of students from the Cockrell School of Engineering have an intriguing idea to let anyone make their mark...Keep Reading

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Confronting Racial Inequalities in STEM

Students, faculty, staff and leadership from academic institutions across the U.S., including The University of Texas at Austin, came together this month in a virtual event to share experiences and... Keep Reading

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Why Where You Live Can Impact Lung Health

It's well known that poor air quality can lead to health problems. But research from the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin uncovers new information about how air quality issues can affect important processes in... Keep Reading

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