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Give Yourself a Hand With Handshake
  Handshake. It has topped the list of "most used words in Career Services" for two semesters in a row. If you haven't heard, Career Services made the switch to Handshake last fall and we have been working non-stop ever since to ensure OU (More)
Sooner Rover Team Visits AT&T Headquarters
AT&T hosted the Sooner Rover Team at their offices in Dallas, TX on April 21, 2017. AME Board Member and AT&T Assistant VP of Technology Monica Browning Mitchell invited the team to tour the operations and labs in Plano, TX and to have lunch (More)
DBF Crimson Skies Places Sixth at Competition
The Design Build Fly Crimson Skies team finished sixth out of 95 teams at the AIAA DBF competition in Tuscon, Arizona this year! The te (More)
3 Tips to Stand Out to Potential Employers
It has been an exciting week seeing my friends walk across that stage and starting a new chapter in their lives. I cannot believe it has been a whole year since I, myself, graduated from the University of Oklahoma in May of 2016. Upon graduating from (More)
10 Ways to Thrive During Your Summer Internship
A summer internship can be a great way to get a jump start on building your network and gaining some great practical experience in your field. No matter your career aspirations, chances are there is an internship-type experience you can participate i (More)
ASME Elect 2017-18 Officers
On April 19, 2017, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) OU section elected their new officers for the 2017-2018 school year. Many of the busy mechanical and aerospace engineering members o (More)
Better Ways to Procrastinate Studying for Final Exams
It's finally here. That dreaded time of the semester known as "Dead Week." Staff members hate it because students are stressed. Faculty hate it because they can see the growing mountain of papers and final exams to grade. Students hate it because, yo (More)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Award Winners
Two AME undergraduate students received prestigious American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) awards. Clayton Smith, junior in mechanical engineering, received the 201 (More)
Students Win in All Categories at Eve of Nations
Each year, for nearly fifty years, the international community at OU comes together for the International Advisory Committee's Eve of Nations. This multicultural event celebrates the cultural heritage of OU with fashion, food and performances. The In (More)
MPGE Participates in Big Event
Each year, the University of Oklahoma campus comes together to take part in the Big Event, a day set aside to give back to our community through service. This year, OU SPE and faculty and staff from the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy volunteer (More)
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