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Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Student Chapter

This organization aims to disseminate knowledge of theories and practices of all aspects of petroleum engineering and to further the professional development of every student member.

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American Association of Drilling Engineers

This organization provides students at Texas A&M with opportunities to network with professionals in the oil and gas field. It also provides information to students about drilling and other trending topics in the industry and encourages students to volunteer and take on leadership positions.

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International Association of Drilling Contractors

The mission of this organization is to provide opportunities for creative interactions between students, faculty, and drilling industry professionals through chapter-sponsored networking events and professional development activities. It also creates engagements that promote personal relationships rather than just mere connections between members.

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Pi Epsilon Tau

Pi Epsilon Tau is the national honor society of petroleum engineers. The goals of this student-led organization are to promote a closer bond between its student members and industry, to broaden the scope of activities of members, and to maintain the high ideals and standards of the engineering profession.

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International Student Association (ISA)

The mission of this organization is to promote cultural awareness through event programming and community engagement. It also represents and advocates for international Aggies and provides opportunities for members and officers to develop global leadership skills.

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Graduate and Professional Student Council

This council serves as the student government for Texas A&M's graduate and professional students. It is a council of graduate students representing all Texas A&M graduate students in order to improve academic, living, and social experiences and voice any concerns in its role as a liaison with the University Administration. Each department may have one representative and two alternates. General Assembly meetings are open to ALL graduate students.

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Student Engineers' Council (SEC)

This council, formed by the Dean of Engineering back in 1939, is the representative body for all students in the College of Engineering at Texas A&M. The SEC represents the concerns of engineering students and professional societies to both the college administration and the university as a whole. Meetings are held every Monday evening.

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