Texas A&M makes $546 million investment in Texas Medical Center

HOUSTON, Tex. (KBTX) – The Texas A&M University System is making a half-billion-dollar investment in Houston’s Texas Medical Center to house their Engineering Medicine program. The announcement was made Thursday in Houston. Their project includes renovating an 18-story building and constructing two additional towers to house students and medical offices. The Engineering Medicine program, or EnMed, allows students to complete the requirements for master’s degrees in engineering and doctorates of medicine, while also being required to invent new devices or processes before they graduate. Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp says EnMed will bring Aggie ingenuity to the medical center. Click to read more at www.kbtx.com.