This Year So Far

New partnerships, major accolades and exciting research breakthroughs were part of a litany of Texas Engineering highlights.

Art on the Engineering Campus

Art and engineering may seem like two vastly different fields, but they are more closely connected than one might think. At their core, both art and engineering are about problem-solving, creativity and innovation.

Internship SZN

Summer is a time for rest, relaxation and growth. For Cockrell School of Engineering students, it’s also a time to get their feet wet working for large companies, government entities and other organizations.

Research + Breakthroughs

Texas Engineers are changing the world with important research discoveries.

Our Newest Faculty

From aircraft trajectory prediction and optimization, to finite element analysis of concrete structures, to molecular engineering and biotechnology, the Cockrell School’s newest faculty members span a wide range engineering expertise. Get to know…

This Year So Far

The Cockrell School of Engineering has yet again had an incredible year, pushing forward in the midst of the continued COVID-19 pandemic. From breakthrough research, awards and honors, student innovations and much more, 2021 is another one for the…

Texas Engineering + the Longhorn Band

Both are deep-rooted institutions of The University of Texas at Austin, storied entities that have been around almost as long as the university itself. Both require extraordinary dedication and commitment and the use of both the creative and…

Sights + Sounds

The buzz of machines in project labs and the steady hum of conversation in study spaces returned along with our Texas Engineering community, as Longhorns came back to campus for the first time in a year and a half. Check out the sights and sounds of…

Boston Dynamics Robot walks down the sidewalk with group of people including Army men and researchers behind

Where Robots Roam

Where Longhorns once played basketball, robots now play soccer. Where teams of athletes once worked together on the court, teams of engineers and scientists now collaborate on next-generation robotics. The newly renovated Anna Hiss Gymnasium is now…

Scott Evans holds a version a 3D printed mask

Custom Fit

As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., one of the most immediate needs that arose was filling a shortage of PPE for health care workers. So, inside the Cockrell School’s Texas Inventionworks studio, engineers immediately galvanized into action to…