OU Engineering featured on OETA

The Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering is celebrating 100 years of petroleum engineering education at the University of Oklahoma. Recently, the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority aired a segment of the department’s celebration. Former Director Dr. Rai states, “It is a very exciting time reaching a landmark being one of the oldest schools in the nation for petroleum engineering”.  The school attracts students nation wide and globally to learn at the university. To add more to the list of achievements, Mewbourne School is in the top three programs in petroleum engineering nation wide.

OETA also interviews our very own OU Research Fellow Dr. Mark Curtis, OU Research Associate Jeremey Jernigan, and OU Lead Research Technologist Steve Dwyer. Congratulations to all and to the Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering.

The link to view the segment is provided below:


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