About TEES EDGE
TEES EDGE helps create and facilitate the workforce development activities provided by the TEES centers and the Texas A&M University College of Engineering departmental divisions—bringing high-quality technical education for individual learners and organizations.
For more than 100 years, the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) has served the citizens of Texas through engineering and technology-oriented research and educational collaborations. Our research has made significant impact on the health, safety and quality of life of Texas citizens and has contributed to the state’s economic growth and development.
TEES researchers conduct relevant research and provide practical answers to critical state and national needs. We partner with industry, communities and academic institutions to solve problems to help improve the quality of life, promote economic development and enhance the educational systems of Texas. We also promote new technology education and investigate problems in health and the environment. We serve as a catalyst for collaborations that position Texas to be especially competitive for federal dollars and play a major role in strengthening research leadership across the state.
About the Texas A&M University College of Engineering
Engineering has been a part of Texas A&M University since its inception in 1876 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. Today, the College of Engineering is the largest college on the Texas A&M campus with more than 600 faculty members and more than 17,000 engineering students in 14 departments.
The college is consistently ranked among the nation’s top public programs. We are also among the top universities in the number of National Merit Scholars, nationally recognized faculty and funded research.