Cockrell School of Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin


Student Profiles

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Ph.D. Petroleum Engineering Student

1. What excites you about the oil and gas industry?

I am passionate about the oil and gas industry because of the changes that are happening right now in energy. The oil and gas industry produces a fundamental and necessary product for society; although the world is undergoing an energy transition. It is exciting to see how traditional energy companies will adapt in response to new technologies and environmental concerns.

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M.S. Petroleum Engineering Student

1. What inspired you to apply for UT PGE?

I wanted to become a petroleum engineer because we take fundamental equations, turn them into elegant solutions, and solve challenging problems despite all the uncertainty.  When I made the decision to become a petroleum engineer, coming to UT PGE was an easy choice since UT PGE is the global leader in petroleum engineering.

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CPE 3.168A

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Contact: Amy Stewart

Graduate Coordinator

512-471-3258

"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.