Service for Texas


“Anchored to the north by Austin's Silicon Hills and to the south by San Antonio's biotech industry, the burgeoning Texas Innovation Corridor has boasted unprecedented population growth, job creation, new business startups, and economical expansion for the better part of a decade.”

Helping Texas Innovate

The Science, Technology, and Advanced Research (STAR) Park serves as a technology incubator for start-up and early-stage businesses and will provide tenants access to secure wet labs, clean space, conference rooms, and office space. This space is used both to give Ingram School of Engineering students a place to gain experience in their field of choice but also serves Texas in ensuring that innovation and great ideas have a place in our state and on our campus. 

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Senior Design

Students work with companies within Texas and around the country to solve problems using what they've learned through the Ingram School of Engineering.
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Cooperative Education

Find greater meaning in studies through the alternating pattern of combining work experience with classroom theory.
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Industrial Advisory Board

The Industrial Advisory Board for the ISoE is comprised of active professionals from a diverse group of organizations.
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TXST NSTI Summer Program

The program aims to introduce a diverse group of motivated pre-college students to the transportation industry.