Cockrell School of Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin


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UT PGE alumni and friends fuel the department’s high standards of academic excellence. Your support will have a direct impact on creating the next generation of leaders for petroleum and geosystems engineering. From student scholarships and fellowships to field trips and teaching lab improvements, every gift enables UT PGE to deliver the best petroleum engineering education and innovative research available.

Giving online is simple and secure through our website using the links below.  If you have any questions, or want to explore other opportunities to make a gift, please contact Catherine Campbell.

Thank you for powering our success!

GIVING PROGRAMS

Friends of Alec in Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering – the best way to support student organizations' activities, scholarships, academic and operational needs of the UT PGE Department.

Ekwere J. Peters Endowed Scholarship – funds will provide annual scholarships to UT PGE undergraduate students in honor of Professor Emeritus Ekwere Peters.

Niger Delta Scholarship Fund for Environmental Engineering - funds support engineering students with a shared concern for environmental conditions in Nigeria.

Cary D. Brock Memorial Scholarship – funds will provide annual scholarships to UT PGE undergraduate students in honor of the late Cary D. Brock (BSPE ’85).

UT PGE Alumni Scholarship – established by the UT PGE Alumni Committee to provide funds for annual scholarships to UT PGE undergraduate students who demonstrate leadership, professional excellence, and community stewardship.

Chevron Engineering Alumni Endowment – funds from Chevron UT PGE alumni will provide annual scholarships to UT PGE students.

 

 

 

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"What Does UT PGE Mean to You"

UT PGE interviewed its students and faculty to learn what the department means to them. Take a look at what they said through this short video.