Like our Facebook page for the latest updates and upcoming events here!

Do you graduate between Dec. 2015 and Aug 2016?
First of all, Congrats! 
Second,  please take this quick ECAC graduation survey here
Upcoming Events

GEC Superbowl Party
2/07 - 914 Keith Lane

The GEC is hosting a Superbowl Party this Sunday (February 7) starting at 5PM

So, whether you're about the football, the commercials, or anything in between, grab your favorite folding chair/blanket and mosey on over to watch Superbowl 50 with GEC and friends!  

.:. House doors open at 5:00 pm (address is posted on the Facebook Event Page)
.:. Kickoff is at 5:30 pm
.:. Some snacks will be provided, but food contributions are welcomed and encouraged

Energy Seminar: CV Prep 
2/10 - ETC 2.136

Dr. Fares will be speaking about his work studying how energy storage for rooftop solar panels will affect the grid and emissions.

Event information:
*Who: Dr. Robert Fares
*What: Although energy storage is not required for most residential solar photovoltaic installations, there is significant interest in residential energy storage to capture solar energy for later use in the home. Thus, it is important to understand the impact of home energy storage on the grid. Robert Fares, postdoctoral fellow with the Webber Energy Group and the UT Energy Institute, will present original research that cuts through the hype to estimate how home energy storage would impact power demand, energy consumption, and electricity system emissions.

*Attendees will enjoy FREE Jimmy John's sandwiches on a first come, first served basis* 

More info and RSVP:

GEC Seminar: Interviewing for faculty position
2/9 - NOA 1.124

This seminar will focus on the interviewing process for a tenure track faculty position. MS students, PhDs students, and PostDocs are welcome! The featured faculty speakers will be Dr. Joseph Beaman, Professor and Former Department Chair, Mechanical Engineering and Dr. Lydia Contreras, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering.



The core values of The University of Texas at Austin are learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity, and responsibility. Each member of the university is expected to uphold these values through integrity, honesty, trust, fairness, and respect toward peers and community.

- UT Honor Code