What is Ingenium?

The word engineer is derived from the Latin words ingeniare (“to contrive, devise”) and ingenium (“cleverness”). As students and engineers – we want to give you a space to be yourselves, share your experiences and learn from one another. We hope that this blog inspires you and provides a window into all the opportunities and resources that are available to you as a Texas A&M Engineering student.

Engineering & Student Senate: 3 Ways They Overlap

I can remember the first day I became a student senator like it was yesterday. I was blissfully taking my evening nap in my room when suddenly, a text wakes me up to exciting news – I was elected as one of the nine student senators for the College of Engineering for the 70th session of Student Senate.

Aggies Invent Reflection with Aditi Panchal

I recently had the opportunity to take part in one of Texas A&M’s most rewarding experiences — Aggies Invent. I’d heard from upperclassmen, professors and even friends from other majors, that Aggies Invent was one of the best opportunities for engineers at the university. I read about it and definitely knew it was something I wanted to be part of. So when I learned that I was selected to participate, I was extremely excited and started looking into the topic as much as I could to try to compete as a freshman in a competition offered to all – including graduate students and Ph.D. candidates.