Memorial University of Newfoundland Student SPE Chapter hosted the 2014 SPE Canadian Regional Student Paper Contest on August 27, 2014. This contest brought together energy students from Canada and the industrial experts to discuss technological advances in the oil and gas industry and how they can be applied to help develop the resources in this region.
SPE Memorial University Chapter congratulates Trevor Forward, a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at Memorial University of Newfoundland, on his great succes to be one of this year's recipients of the SPE Star Scholarship.
eMentoring benefits everyone. It gives our members a way to contribute to the E&P industry by sharing their professional insight and practical career advice with young professionals and helping university students with academic direction. Young professionals have a unique opportunity to be mentored or to serve as mentors to students.
Started in March 2002, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), MUN Student Chapter was established to be a valuable resource for students and the benefits of joining are numerous. One of the most obvious benefits is the opportunity to network with industry professionals. For interested students, this can be a great chance to meet people and talk about the kinds of positions available and perhaps even secure future work-terms positions and jobs.
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