Ingram Hall at Texas State University

Ingram Hall

Ingram Hall is full of technology to enhance learning and research across disciplines. New equipment, facilities and design strategies provide limitless opportunities to push boundaries

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Roy F. Mitte

With over 25 labs, RFM offers a comprehensive range of technological and advanced manufacturing capabilities which include nanoparticle and nanomaterial production research.

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Infrastructure Research Lab

The Infrastructure Research Laboratory (IRL) will be the home of a state-of-the-art, collaborative learning, research, and training environment for students, faculty, and industry leaders in the community.

Ingram School of Engineering Makerspace Entrance

Ingram Hall Makerspace

The Ingram Hall Makerspace is a collaborative academic space for making, exploring, learning, inventing, and free exchange of ideas in a supportive environment.
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Active Learning Classroom

Several new Active Learning Classrooms were integrated into Ingram Hall to facilitate modern teaching/learning methods.
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Teaching Laboratories

Our teaching laboratories provide a unique way for students to apply their studies into practical applications used by professionals.
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Collaborative Learning

The Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) is comprised of two student support centers - the CLC Computer Center and the CLC STEM Tutoring Center.
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Student Spaces

Throughout the Ingram School of Engineering there are many Student Spaces for studying, generating ideas, and collaborating with others.

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