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Engineering an Innovative Future. Texas Engineering & Technical Consortium. Texas’ VERY Leaky Pipeline. Texas Workforce Worries: What’s at Stake. In 2005, the Texas high-tech industry 1 : Employed 435,400 Texans (57 of every 1,000 private sector workers) Provided a $31.5 billion payroll
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Designing an Innovative Future Texas Engineering & Technical Consortium

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Texas\' VERY Leaky Pipeline

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Texas Workforce Worries: What\'s at Stake In 2005, the Texas cutting edge industry 1 : Employed 435,400 Texans (57 of each 1,000 private segment specialists) Provided a $31.5 billion finance Exported $34 billion in tech items (26% of aggregate state sends out) Ranked second in country in cutting edge representatives & trades Texas positioned third in undergrad building and software engineering degrees granted in 2004 2 . (Sources: (1) Cyberstates 2006 , American Electronics Association; (2) 2004 Engineering Workforce Commission report, American Association of Engineering Societies, Inc.)

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Proactive Solutions: Reversing Trends The Texas Engineering & Technical Consortium is making a move to turn around the patterns and reestablish the quality of the U.S. building and software engineering workforce in Texas.

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TETC History and Background In 2001, a bi-factional gathering of Texas administrators passed the Technology Workforce Development Act , setting up TETC and the Technology Workforce Development (TWD) stipends program in light of solicitations by industry to build designing and software engineering graduates in Texas.

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TETC Purpose/Measurement Purpose Increase both the amount and nature of baccalaureate-level architects and PC researchers Foster agreeable connections and exercises including innovation organizations and colleges that offer designing and software engineering degrees Measurement Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board tracks picks up in enlistment and graduates Includes following of underrepresented minorities and ladies

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TETC Mission Meet the market requests for software engineering and building moves on from taking an interest schools in Texas. Enhance the assorted qualities of graduating architects from partaking schools. Increment joint effort amongst industry and advanced education in Texas.

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Who is Involved Participating Universities Baylor University Lamar University Midwestern State University Prairie View A & M University Rice University Sam Houston State University Southern Methodist University St. Mary\'s University Stephen F. Austin State University Tarleton State University Texas A&M University Texas A&M University at Commerce Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi Texas A&M University at Kingsville Texas A&M University at Texarkana Texas Southern University Texas State University - San Marcos Texas Tech University Texas Woman\'s University of Houston University of Houston at Clear Lake University of Houston at Downtown University of Houston at Victoria University of North Texas University of Texas at Austin University of Texas at Arlington University of Texas at Brownsville University of Texas at Dallas University of Texas at El Paso University of Texas Pan American University of Texas Permian Basin University of Texas at San Antonio University of Texas at Tyler West Texas A&M University Industry Contributors Freese and Nichols, Inc. Connected Materials AT&T
 International SEMATECH
 National Semiconductor Sabre



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Advisory Board Proactive Solutions: Strength Through Collaboration TETC joins scholarly, money related and vital assets to graduate all the more amazing U.S. designers and PC researchers who look like Texas, through: Retention Recruitment Outreach Diversity Curriculum Replication of Best Practices

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Tangible Results: Helping Students From 2001-2006, TETC Technology Workforce Development (TWD) Grants profited: 18,200 secondary school understudies/instructors 16,600 entering understudies 19,000 advancing understudies 9,000 propelled understudies 3,100 graduated understudies TETC-TWD schools have expanded the quantity of electrical building graduates by 33 percent since 2001. TETC-TWD schools have expanded the quantity of software engineering graduates by 15 percent since 2001. TETC-TWD schools have expanded the general number of EE and CS graduates at a quicker rate than schools across the nation since 2001.

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Proactive Solutions: Where the Money Comes From Texas Engineering & Technical Consortium Financials (Updated October 30, 2006) Industry Cash $4.18 million Industry In-kind             $1.07 million Federal Appropriations (DOE) $3.78 million Department of Labor $3.00 million* State Matching $7.78 million Total $19.810 million** *Governor made conceivable to experience DOL allow program **Future duties incorporate $3 Million FY 2007 and $4 Million FY 2008 

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Proactive Solutions: Where the Money Goes Grant Awards $16.98 million (Grants gave to Texas designing & software engineering programs) Cash Balance $0.89 million Industry In-Kind Contributions $1.07 million (Industry gifts of lab hardware and programming) Program Development $0.45 million Best Practices $0.01 million State Administrative Costs $0.41 million Total TETC Grants: $19.810 million

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Helping Students: Real Stories "Amid my first semester at Texas A&M, I was uncertain of what degree I needed to seek after. I had quite recently put \'PC Engineering\' down on my application to begin school with a degree arrange rather than essentially broad studies. That semester I took Introduction to Engineering 1, which was a class that had as of late been altered through a TETC concede. Understudies were in sets and given a robot pack. Amid the start of the semester we assembled the robot and improved comprehend ideas from the addresses. Inevitably we had a venture in which we needed to plan the gadgets for the robot to empower it to explore through a labyrinth. "Growing up I have dependably been advised to discover work with something you appreciate. I delighted in working with that robot, and the hardware that ran with it. If not for those hands-on labs managing the robot I could have effectively been hindered by taking in the hypothesis of gadgets without applying it. As a result of that first year extend, I now anticipate graduating and have chosen to stay with the extreme course stack." Denise Garrett Junior Texas A&M University Computer Engineering

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Helping Students: Real Stories "As a rookie, I was battling in school attempting to juggle between my homework and an outside employment in the meantime. Fortunately, I caught wind of the TETC program that our Electrical Engineering division had that would permit an understudy to chip away at grounds in the designing building low maintenance under the condition that I would just be permitted to work 10 hours a week and couldn\'t acquire an outside employment. "Toward the start of sophomore year, I accepted a position as a right hand to an educator of the Electrical Engineering division. This permitted me to concentrate more on my studies and gave me the adaptability to make my working calendar fit around my school plan. Likewise it gave me the chance to become more acquainted with a portion of the workforce of the division, and that helped me get a feeling of having a place. "In light of the program, I could enhance my evaluations … I got an occupation offer from Raytheon in the Dallas region and will start work in August [2005]. … I really trust that a decent measure of my prosperity was on the grounds that I had sufficient energy and the funds to remain centered and exceed expectations my studies due to the TETC program." Andres Lugo Recent Graduate UT Pan American Electrical Engineering

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University Reponses to Why They are Involved Why Involved? Cash for schools/programs Seeing an Impact Benefits projects and understudies " Obviously, designing is the wellspring of development and generation that drives the cutting edge economy. Each item we appreciate is the consequence of the imaginative work of specialists. What is less known is that building is the most widely recognized first degree among Fortune 500 CEOs.  Engineering graduates additionally go ahead to medicinal and graduate schools, and return for MBAs. "The truth of the matter is that we have to teach numerous a greater number of designers than work in conventional building occupations, since so large portions of them utilize their building preparing as an establishment for different callings. Designers are issue solvers, and individuals who are not anxious of issues are required all through our general public. Dignitary Streetman, College of Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin TETC Executive Committee Member

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Industry Members Responses to Why They are Involved Why Involved? Best practice models to expand building/software engineering graduates Good open approach Public/Private association Leverages assets "To keep up our state\'s innovation authority and monetary development, we should guarantee a solid stream of exceedingly qualified researchers and specialists from our colleges and schools in Texas. TETC is gaining huge ground recognizing and tending to basic issues that will at last prompt more understudies moving on from our colleges with science and designing degrees." Ray Almgren, National Instruments Chairman-TETC

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Benefits of Joining TETC is an organization between industry, higher education
and government that: Directs awards to qualified colleges and universities to reserve programs that will expand the quantity of building and software engineering graduates in Texas; Leverages human asset consumptions and corporate commitments; and Increases cooperation between related scholarly projects and the private division.

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How to Become a TETC Member John Shellene Whitney Strauss Executive Director Project Manager jshellene@tetc.us wstrauss@tetc.us 214-273-3701 214-273-3702 12770 Coit Road, Suite 805 Dallas, Texas 75251 214-273-3729 fax www.tetc.us

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