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Debora Martogi and Oluwatobiloba Adebisi, doctoral and master’s division winners from the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ international student paper contest, discuss how the competition influenced their research focus and broadened their understanding of oil and gas industry needs.

Undergraduate student Victoria Clark faced down course challenges and imposter feelings to become a confident senior at Texas A&M University with ambitious petroleum engineering goals.

Petroleum engineering students will once again experience hands-on learning at the pump jack used on Aggie Well No. 1 following a recent renovation that allows them to explore, understand and work with the same technology that currently exists in oil and gas fields.

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390 enrolled undergraduate students
178 enrolled graduate students