The Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering is committed to developing the new American engineer, one prepared to excel and lead in creating new economic opportunities while addressing the most difficult challenges facing society. The school recognizes the vital need to strengthen our nation's educational system, specifically in the areas of engineering, science, math and technology.
Housed in the new Caruth Hall, the Caruth Institute for Engineering Education will deliver the creative engineering curricula and programs necessary for grade school students through working engineers to compete and lead.
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Through a generous lead gift from the W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation of Communities Foundation of Texas, the new Caruth Hall will offer more than 64,000 square feet of space for teaching, research and innovation, nearly doubling the size of the previous facility bearing its name. It will house the Caruth Institute for Engineering Education, as well as the Engineering Management, Information and Systems (EMIS) and Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) departments. The building also will be home to a number of exciting institutes and centers, allowing faculty, staff and students to relentlessly pursue solutions to complex problems.
Constructed to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold standards, the building's environmentally conscious design features will include:
Comprising nearly half of the building, this complex will house:
Expansive exterior space for public gatherings, presentations and competitions.
The Innovation Gym will house the Skunk Works® Lab, modeled after the iconic and top-secret research lab created by Lockheed Martin. The glass-walled, open-view design space will employ, utilize and teach the most sophisticated approaches for creatively solving real and complex problems.
The main entry to Caruth Hall will lead students, faculty and guests into the Grand Atrium, serving as a key intersection for idea exchange and interaction.
A 146-seat auditorium will provide special event space for experiential learning. Students and faculty will interact with industry experts and other guests while discussing topics that have local, national and global impact, preparing them for long-term success.