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Dr. Gollahalli Named AIAA Fellow
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics recently announced that S.R. Gollahalli, AME professor, Lesch Centennial Chair and forme (More)
AME Student Named Outstanding Senior
Mechanical Engineering student Moises Martinez was named the 2011-2012 Outstanding Senior for the College of Engineering. He served as a representative of the College of Engineer (More)
AME Alum: Congratulations Brad!
AME spring 2012 mechanical engineering graduate Bradley Perry from Yukon, Okla., received the prestigious National Science Foundation Research Fellowship. The fellowship allow (More)
Promotions and Tenure: Congratulations Faculty
Congratulations to AME faculty members who were promoted and who received tenure! Peter Attar, Ph.D. - Aerospace Engineering Promoted to associate professor and received tenure (More)
AME Director Wins Award
AME Director and LA Comp Chair Farrokh Mistree’s passion is to have fun while providing an opportunity for his students to learn how to define and achieve their drea (More)
AME Kudos
As the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering continues to grow, the faculty and students keep things exciting with great accomplishments and honors. We want to recognize some of the recent accomplishments with AME kudos'. Dr. Rong Gan an (More)
Lai Appointed Associate Editor
AME Professor Dr. Feng C. Lai was appointed as Associate Editor of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer. Dr. Lai’s (More)
AME Student Named Outstanding Senior
Mechanical Engineering student Moises Martinez was named the 2011-2012 Outstanding Senior for the College of Engineering. He served as a representative of the College of Engineer (More)
Liu Receives Research Grant
AME Assistant Professor Yingtao Liu received a $15,000 research grant from the OU Research Council Faculty Investment Program to develop novel polymers with self-healing capabil (More)
AME Graduate Student Recognized by the National Science Foundation
Congratulations to Maryam Sabeghi, mechanical engineering graduate student, who was recognized by the National Science Foundation for Women's History Month on her (More)
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