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Former students created a scholarship for students seeking a Petroleum Ventures certificate

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Nathan Hazlett came to Texas A&M University to be the best petroleum engineer possible. By taking on leadership, internship, academic, competition and study-abroad challenges, he is poised to leave with two degrees and great experiences that will serve him well.

A new course co-taught by a faculty member with a lot of practical experience in petroleum engineering will equip undergraduate students with the knowledge needed for a versatile future in energy production and responsible carbon dioxide management.

Sean Smith ’83 and his wife, Tina Smith ’82, have established a scholarship to encourage Aggie engineering students to participate in the Graham Petroleum Ventures Program and to experience the shared Aggie bond among current and former students.

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#2 among undergraduate programs
298 enrolled undergraduate students
117 enrolled graduate students