Students hard at work in the Shell Engineering Foundations Laboratory, which features 60 custom-designed, patent-pending laboratory stations that help illustrate the basic principles of physics for approximately 3,000 Texas A&M students each week.

Texas A&M Physics Turns Tables on Traditional Engineering Education With Custom-Designed, Patent-Pending Laboratory Stations

Oct 30, 2019
“We sat down and took a hard, introspective look at our labs that we had, and we said, ‘we can do this better.’ We wanted to come up with a curriculum that wasn’t cookie-cutter to what other colleges are doing. We wanted our students to really think, and we wanted to improve on the educational experience here at Texas A&M. That was our goal, and I think that we’ve met that goal.”
Dr. John Mason '16, Texas A&M physicist