Submitted by azhiqaradaghi on Sat, 2016-05-21 18:32
The SPE Young Professionals (YP) board is pleased to invite Texas A&M University to the Emerging Engineer Conference (EEC), an annual event hosted in Houston. This year EEC will take place at ExxonMobil Campus in North Houston, on June 23, 2016. The theme is “Asset Management 2.0 – Driving Operational Efficiency in Challenging Environments”, and our keynote speaker is Vicki Hollub (CEO at Occidental Petroleum). We expect tohost about 200 engineers who are within the first ten years of their career, creating a forum for discussion of trending topics with renowned professionals. Lectures and panel sessions will focus on actions YPs can promote to drive innovation and efficiency in operations, asset management strategies, and entrepreneurship, providing essential tools for career development.
SPE would like to invite you to the Class of 2016 Senior Farewell BBQ at Billy Pete Huddleston's Ranch in Navasota. This is one of the last chances to see one another before you leave Texas A&M to embark on the next chapter of your life. We sure hope that you will join us to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2016 and to bid your fellow classmates farewell. We have also invited the faculty to attend. This event is intended to help strengthen the incredible Aggie Network...and to also be your final "hurrah!" Come enjoy some great food, and the company of your fellow graduates.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP here as soon as possible.
Howdy! We're in the home stretch, Ags! Here is the last of this semester's TAMU-SPE events this week:
Monday, May 2nd
Joint Social with SWE
6:30p - 8:30p | ETB 1020
The Society of Women's Engineers (SWE) is hosting a social tomorrow and they have cordially invited TAMU SPE to come. You should take advantage of the opportunity to meet members of SWE and have some delicious Mexican food!
Saturday, May 7th
Senior Farewell BBQ
3p-6p | The Double H Ranch
Texas A&M University SPE Student Chapter is continuing its public outreach campaign with special emphasis on educating the public on the important role of the petroleum industry in global development. We would like to thank all the volunteers from our chapter for their selfless service and hard work.
On September 26th TAMU-SPE participated in the SPE Cares: Galveston Beach Clean-up to kick off ATCE. We sent 12 TAMU-SPE members down to Galveston to volunteer, the greatest turnout of any SPE student chapter in attendance! Volunteers spent the morning picking up trash off of Galveston Beach with fellow SPE members. The Philanthropy Committee would like to sincerely thank all of the volunteers from our chapter for their selfless service and hard work.