College of Engineering News Archive

Dr. Chun-wei Yao, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, published a study analyzing the corrosion-resistance of a superhydrophobic coating manufactured in their lab.



Read about the LUCOE students who have participated in the efforts to make PPE for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lower Neches Valley Authority awarded $100,000 for the initiation of the Southeast Texas Flood Coordination Study.


Director for Center for Midstream Management and Science named.


LU's Industrial Engineering Degree was ranked #1 for Online Engineering Degrees and #1 for Most Affordable Online Engineering Degree by Guide to Schools Online.


LU's Master of Engineering Management Program was ranked #31 for Best Online Masters in Engineering Management Programs by Intelligent.com


 LU Engineering hosts Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Texas Oil and Gas Association President Todd Staples for a Lunch and Learn.


LU professor makes news for partnering with local ISD on Mission to Space Project.


LUCOE partners with the American Bureau of Shipping to Strengthen Offshore Safety Culture.


LU College of Engineering partners with Iron Horse Terminals, a Southeast Texas rail transportation company, to develop software to optimize the organization’s strategically located railyard. 


Lamar University College of Engineering tops lists for best value degree programs for 2019-20


The Center for Midstream Management and Science hosted a Kickoff Symposium on November 21.


Dr. James Henry, associate professor of Chemical Engineering, awarded grant funding for a flow cytometer on the LU campus.


Dr. Qin Qian, associate professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, secures funding for two grants to study flood patterns in Southeast Texas.


Lamar University BS in Industrial Engineering ranked #9 for Most Affordable Online Engineering Degrees by Bachelors Degree Center