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    Five Alumni Honored with Cockrell School Distinguished Graduate Awards

    Established in 1957, the Distinguished Engineering Graduate Award is the highest honor that the Cockrell School bestows on its alumni. The five distinguished engineering graduates for 2019 are innovators, entrepreneurs and highly respected...Keep Reading

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    Lithium-Ion Battery Inventor Wins World’s Oldest Scientific Prize

    John Goodenough, a University of Texas at Austin professor in the J. Mike Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering in the Cockrell School of Engineering, has won U.K. Royal Society's Copley Medal, thought to be the world’s oldest scientific prize. Already a... Keep Reading

    "For decades, the Cockrell School of Engineering has proven to be one of the nation's top sources of engineering talent."

    James Truchard

    Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering 1974
    Co-founder of National Instruments