NASCENT'S First Year, At a Glance

Last September, the National Science Foundation selected The University of Texas at Austin to establish and lead — with the University of New Mexico and the University of California, Berkeley, as partners — an $18.5 million center called the Nanomanufacturing Systems for Mobile Computing and Mobile Energy Technologies (NASCENT).

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Engineering Education and Research Center Moves Closer to Reality

UT Austin cleared a major hurdle in its effort to build the new EERC, as the UT System Board of Regents approved a $310 million funding plan for the building.

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Class of 2017: By the Numbers

The newest crop of freshman engineers come from multiple countries and states and bring ample brainpower to the Cockrell School. Take a look at the Class of '17 with this infographic.

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Cockrell School Ranks 3rd in National Graduation Rates for Minorities

The Cockrell School ranks third in the U.S., first in Texas in graduating minority engineering students, according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education’s annual list.

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Cockrell School Welcomes New Faculty, 2013-14

From research in nanotechnology, coding theory and neurotherapy, this year’s incoming group of new faculty members exhibit a wide range of engineering expertise.

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Annual Gone to Engineering Event Welcomes New Students

More than 1,400 new student engineers from The University of Texas at Austin participated in the 2013 Gone to Engineering event on the Engineering Plaza on Aug. 27, the night before classes began.

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