Jennie is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. She has interned and also studied at Oxford. She is involved with APES and serves as the Co-founder for the Lyle Engineering Community Outreach Fund and as a Chairperson for Hall Council. She also volunteers at a children's hospital.
Traveling abroad is an experience everyone should have at least once in their life, and what better time to do that during college?
The study abroad program at SMU has a wide array of locations for you to visit, and your advisor will help you make sure you are able to take the correct classes while you are there. I personally chose to travel to Oxford to participate in the SMU-in-Oxford study abroad program. While at Oxford I took classes from one of the most respected European historians, saw Einstein’s chalk board, held part of Darwin’s bug collection, and traveled every weekend.
Experiences like these open you to a world outside of your own. The best part is that your financial aid can help cover the tuition, and SMU will help make sure you are able to go where you want to go.
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