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.

Bridging Engineering and Business

Juan Cardenas shares the programs and opportunities offered through the business school that have either impacted him and his engineering goals or some of his friends.

Ten Lessons I’ve Learned through Transferring

If you would have asked me my senior year of high school if I would be an Aggie engineering student, I would have laughed… But here I am, getting ready to graduate from Texas A&M with my engineering degree. As I reflect on lessons learned through my transfer experience, there are ten things that come to mind.

Representation Matters

Representation matters. Here blogger Brittney Nelson shares her personal story and struggles as a minority engineering student, her path to success, and a call for change.