The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin is a top ranked epicenter of engineering education, and knowledge creation and distribution. Comprised of renowned educators, researchers and thought leaders, the Cockrell School addresses the grand challenges of the world, drives economic progress and improves quality of life.
With nine internationally recognized undergraduate programs and thirteen acclaimed graduate degree programs, the Cockrell School propels research and innovation, develops transformative technologies and cultivates solutions to advance society.
Situated in the heart of Austin, Texas, the Cockrell School directly benefits from being located in one of the most rapidly growing innovative technology hubs in the country. In 2010, Forbes attributed the Cockrell School as one of two "secret weapons" in ranking Austin the second most innovative city in the country. Companies such as Dell, National Instruments, IBM, Freescale Semiconductor and others recruit the intellectual capital produced at the Cockrell School.
Notable alumni around the world inspire prestige and pride in the Cockrell School, building life-long relationships with the school and the university. Their loyalty is demonstrated through leadership on departmental advisory councils, and their generosity ensures the educational momentum of our students and faculty through scholarships, fellowships and endowments.
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I would like to have your organization or a representative / officer from your organization to speak to students who are interested in transferring to The University of Texas at Austin or any 4-year university and to tell them about your careers, what they entail, what opportunities are available to them, and what steps they can take to pursue a successful career(s) as an engineer.
This event offers a chance for Austin Community College engineering students to learn more about the clubs within ACC and organizations in Austin, Texas that offer volunteer and job opportunities for them. Engineering students need access to these types of events, not only to cultivate themselves as engineers, but to develop imperative skills and to build their network for the future.