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The UL PETE department is hosting high school Upward Bound STEM students this summer in the PETE labs. Rotating 32 eager students every afternoon from 2 – 4 pm for six weeks. The labs are led by a PETE senior student, Bryan Wilridge, with the help of a PETE Instructor: Ms.Tamla Springer. The final project, at the end if the six weeks, will be sand pack studies which is one of our reservoir engineering students' favorite lab each Spring semester.
This program helps demonstrate to the prospective students what the PETE departement has to offer: a Hands-on practical experience.