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OU PetroBowl Team Takes North American Prize
  A team of petroleum engineering students from the Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma won first prize at the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ annual PetroBowl® North American regional qualif (More)
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Information & Sign-Up Day
Don't forget, the deadline to sign up for the FE Exam is this Wednesday!  AME reimburses the $50 exam fee* for all AE and ME students who pass the FE Exam, so if you are interested in someday obtaining your PE license, we encourage you to take th (More)
AME Taking Entries for Outstanding Student Awards
Attention AME Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: It's time to recognize some of AME's top students! Every year AME gives six Outstanding Student Awards, honoring one AE and one ME student from the sophomore class, the junior class and the senior cla (More)
AME Student Attends Engineering Entrepreneurship Trip in Austin, Texas
By Maryam Sabeghi I am a senior studying mechanical engineering. In the past years I focused on my classes and grades. Although being a top (More)
Inside AME: The AME Shop
Today we welcome guest blogger Billy Mays, AME Shop Supervisor. One of the most popular labs at AME is the AME Shop.  Facilitated by shop personnel Billy Mays and Greg Williams, the AME Shop not only provides students with hands-on engineering exp (More)
Planning to Go to Grad School?
Undergrads, have you ever wondered how you can begin planning to go to graduate school now?  You are in luck, because we have an infographic for that! (Click  on the image for a full-size version). More)
Student Profile: Q&A with Jawanza Bassue
Jawanza Bassue is a junior aerospace engineering major from Basseterre, a town in the small Caribbean island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis.  Apa (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)
Rising From the Ashes: AME Professor’s Flame Method is a Game Changer for Nano Materials Research
Nanomaterials are necessities of modern life.  They can be strong, firm and ductile at high temperatures.  They are wear-, erosion-, and corrosion-resistant, and are chemically active.  They make planes simultaneously lighter and stronger, roofs more (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)
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