George is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a Biomedical Specialization. He has traveled abroad to Italy and has studied in Taos. He has served as the Vice President of Media for the Interfraternity Council and is also involved in Mustang Heroes, APES, and SMU Club Soccer.
If there is any reason why you should take a summer class, Taos is it. This program, along with the SMU-in-Italy program, made one of my summers one of the most productive and enjoyable summers of my life. I will remember these two experiences for the rest of my life and smile when I reflect on them.
SMU's Taos campus is situated on the outskirts of Taos, New Mexico--in the heart of the Carson National Forest. It is an ideal location for educational, recreational and cultural activities of all kinds and particularly lends itself to cultural and natural studies of Northern New Mexico. Beyond the bounds of campus,the area in and around Taos and Santa Fe provides ample space in which to explore and learn.
All of the classes at Taos pertain to Taos in some sort of fashion. Whether you are exploring the Carson National Forest or visiting with the locals, you can be sure you won't be stuck within a classroom.
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