COLLEGE STATION - Twenty-six high school students had the opportunity to learn about programming, cybersecurity, electronics and engineering design at the  Cyber Innovation Camp, which was held  at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), held June 11-15.
SAN ANTONIO - Sixty-three economic development professionals from four states attended the Basic Economic Development Course in San Antonio on April 17-20. Participants, who came from Texas, Utah, Arkansas and Washington, learned about the concepts, tools and skills needed to be successful in economic development.

Topics covered during the four-day …

AUSTIN - Sixty-three Texas economic development professionals attended the Basic Economic Development Course in Austin on Nov. 14-17. Participants learned about the concepts, tools and skills needed to be successful in economic development.  

Topics covered during the four-day course included …

COLLEGE STATION - Many small and medium-sized manufacturers in Texas are facing a long road to recovery from Hurricane Harvey, but the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC) at TEEX will provide recovery support — through a $2 million federal grant to TMAC, with $800,000 for the

Awesome class. Learned so much to help evolve my crime scene skills.

— Forensic Technician
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