Torq group shot

In early March, Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE) master’s students took advantage of a networking opportunity with Torc Robotics, an autonomous vehicle company focused on long-haul trucking. Torc is actively recruiting engineers and spent time talking with TxEEE students about full-time positions and internship opportunities. 

UT Forensics Conference

For almost 20 years, the annual Cockrell School Forensics Engineering Conference has convened forensics engineering experts from companies and academia to tackle real-world case studies from all angles – structural, ethical and financial. 

TxEEE A New Start

By Woodrow W. Winchester, III, PhD, CPEM
Executive Director, Texas Engineering Executive Education

On July 1, 2023, I celebrated my one-year anniversary as TxEEE’s executive director, and what an exciting year it has been. Reflecting on the past year and looking to the future, there are both challenges and opportunities that I face in leading and growing TxEEE.

Energy Emissions Modeling and Data Lab

At TxEEE, we have an important role in bringing research to life – helping to translate it from the lab environment into working solutions that industry can disseminate.

The Energy Emissions Modeling and Data Lab (EEMDL) is a good example of how a cutting-edge research center at The University of Texas at Austin Cockrell School of Engineering is sharing its knowledge with companies and public agencies while ensuring proper training results from disseminating scientific advancements.

Congrats Class of 2023

Committing to earning a master's degree is a big decision to balance with work and life. Why add that to your plate, and for what purpose? Read on to see what a few of our May 2023 graduates had to say. We are so proud of all our graduates. We celebrate their courage to pursue the challenge, the accomplishment of earning the degree and the many future successes to come.

TxEEE Engineering Management Master’s Degree Becomes Tenth Program Globally to Be Certified by the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM)

Providing students with an immediate, recognized professional credential in addition to their master’s degree, Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE) achieved formal certification by the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) for its Engineering Management program in April 2023. 

Custom Course Solution: Petrobras and Cockrell School Mark Ten Years of a Successful Training Program

Brazilian Petroleum Corporation, better known as Petrobras, has a long history of collaboration with The University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering. Of various collaborations, one, in particular, has been highly successful in providing specific, customized training for Petrobras employees. 

Metric Mate Co-founders make their pitch on Shark Tank during the Jan. 13, 2023 episode. L-R: Braxton Davis, M-T Strickland, Ecleamus Ricks, Jr.

Cockrell School alumnus, software engineer and Shark Tank finalist Ecleamus Ricks, Jr. has always considered himself a creator. Fascinated with his grandfather’s skills as a carpenter, Ricks knew he wanted to build things using science and numbers.

American Society for Engineering Management Conference

The fast-moving world at the intersection of technology and business requires leaders who have confident technical and management skills to navigate the full range of challenges.

Students talking

New student orientation which happened Aug. 18, 2022 is always an exciting day for Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE) as it brings together the new faces of our three master’s degree programs in one place to meet, share and prepare.