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CoSci professor testing Google Glass for construction projects

CoSci prof to test jobsite capabilities of Google Glass

posted April 21, 2014
In the near future, supervisors at construction sites might perform their duties with help from a wearable computer, said Julian Kang, associate professor of construction science at Texas A&M.
Viz student developing app to assist emergency responders

Viz student creating app for responders at emergency scenes

posted April 16, 2014
An application for mobile devices to help emergency responders identify key structures in a video feed from a remote-controlled drone is being developed by Danielle Crowley, an undergraduate visualization student at Texas A&M.
Preservation experts to discuss campus depression-era buildings

Preservation experts to discuss 1930s–era buildings on campus

posted April 15, 2014
A significant era of the campus’ architectural heritage will be discussed by preservation experts in “A Collection of Extraordinary Talent & Artistry: The Depression-Era Buildings of Texas A&M,” 4 p.m., April 30, 2014, in Preston Geren Auditorium.
Former students to discuss career arcs at Rowlett Lecture March 28

Former students featured at March 28 Rowlett Lecture

posted March 24, 2014
Ten young professionals, three of them former design students, will discuss how environmental, cultural and technological changes have affected their career arcs at the 2014 Rowlett Lecture Friday, March 28 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.
College helping to add creativity, entrepreneurship to engineering curriculum in NSF-funded project

College enhancing offerings in TAMU engineering school

posted March 11, 2014
Engineering education at Texas A&M will soon reflect an added emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurship through Pathways to Innovation, an NSF-funded program featuring contributions from two College of Architecture creativity experts.
He’s ‘Cloud Igloo’ transforms vibe in Stockholm building entry space

He’s ‘Cloud Igloo’ transforms vibe in Swedish foyer

posted March 7, 2014
A nondescript entry space at a Swedish university was temporarily transformed into an intriguing gathering spot by “Cloud Igloo,” an architectural installation created by Weiling He, associate professor of architecture at Texas A&M, and a group of workshop participants.

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