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Dual degree program alumna Lindsey Smith does it all

Lindsey Smith

A self-defined overachiever, Lindsey Smith graduated high school at only 17, and decided to pursue two degrees – one in mechanical and energy engineering at the University of North Texas and another in mathematics at Texas Woman’s University through the dual-degree program. Now, in a rotational leadership role as a manufacturing development program engineer at Cummins Inc., Smith is tackling her career with the same tenacity she had during college. Full story >>

Texas Aerospace Scholar and current NASA employee Emma Zemler on the Dual Degree program

Emma Zemler graduated in May 2014 with two TWU degrees – one in mathematics and one in computer sciences. Through the cooperative degree program with the University of North Texas, she also received a degree in electrical engineering from UNT. She maintained a 4.0 grade point average in all programs. She was a four-time presenter at the TWU Research Symposium, a member of the TWU Honors Scholar program, a member of many honor societies and recipient of numerous scholarships. Zemler has held various internships, co-operative work positions and full-time employment with the NASA Johnson Space Center. She began her professional career at NASA in 2014. Learn more about Emma Zemler's Aerospace Scholar internship with NASA >>

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