Business leaders offer input on UTPB engineering dean
19 Oct 2017
Author: OA Online
Business and industry leaders in oil and gas and other stakeholders were briefed Wednesday at the CEED building on the status of the engineering program and asked for characteristics they would like to see for a College of Engineering dean at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.
Midland Development Corp. Chair Brent Hilliard said this is a chance to build a program from the ground up. Hilliard said he sees companies eventually competing to get interns from the program.
Midland Spaceport Business ParkOct 15 2017
Author: Midland Development Corporation
Author: OA Online A partnership to bring aeronautical engineering to The University of Texas of the Permian Basin was realized fully Wednesday, as President Sandra Woodley received the final gift to fund the program’s undergraduate track. Back in the fall of 2016, UTPB started the new aerospace engineering program...
Author: OA Online A partnership to bring aerospace engineering to the University of Texas of the Permian Basin was realized fully recently as President Sandra Woodley received the final gift to fund the program’s undergraduate track. In fall 2016, UTPB started a new aerospace engineering program after getting a...