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Ingram School of Engineering

Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall!

Ingram hall, also known as the Engineering and Science Building (ESB), is a state-of-the-art facility with five floors focused on academics and research. The building represents a substantial investment in the future of STEM education and research at Texas State university, and will house several existing and planned Engineering programs as well as Biology research facilities. 

New unique facilities in Ingram Hall include:

  • The Ingram Hall Makerspace with multiple thematic zones. Learn More.
  • Customized / dedicated spaces for Engineering Senior Design activities.
  • Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) and STEM scholarship facilities.
  • Several new Active Learning Classrooms for modern teaching/learning methods.
  • An extension of the SMART Lab where students are directly involved in research pertaining to renewable energy. 


Want to get involved?

Students in the Ingram School of Engineering participate in several student-led organizations. These organizations attend conferences and various competitions. Not only is this a great way to connect with peers but it also opens the opportunity to build a network of professional contacts.

Upcoming Events

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Location:
IGRM 3104
Cost:
Free
Contact:
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Teams of 4!
Each member on the winning team will get a $10 E-Gift Card!
MUST BE A DUES PAYING MEMBER TO WIN THE PRIZE!

Type of Questions:
  1. EE - Nerd Pop Culture
  2. CE - Texas State
  3. CS - Science
Join our Canvas page HERE to check out our upcoming schedule.
We can’t wait to meet you!
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Location:
Ingram Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
Cost:
Free
Contact:
John Ivey, John@txstate.edu
Make your own costume this year? Put it on show at the ISoE costume contest! There are 3 categories to win; Quality, Technicality, and Creativity!

Requirements:
  • Some portion of the costume must be made prior to the event

Register Now!
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