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OU Petroleum Engineering Alumnus Lew Ward Dies
Oklahoma oilman and OU petroleum engineering alumnus Llewellyn "Lew" Ward, III died on Sunday, March 20. Ward was the founder and chairman of Enid-based Ward Petroleum Corporation. Born July 24, 1930 in Oklahoma City, Ward was raised in the state' (More)
103rd E-Week Was a Hoot and a Holler
February 21-27 saw the 103rd Engineers Week celebrations on OU's Norman campus. Throughout the student led week, petroleum engineering students were found at taking part in a variety of events to honor the engineering profession and those pursuing it (More)
Jack Sleeper
On Tuesday, January 26, Walter Jackson "Jack" Sleeper, Jr. passed away in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Sleeper was a long-time supporter of MPGE and its programs and a great friend. Sleeper was born August 6, 1929 in Wagoner, Oklahoma. He graduated from Wag (More)
Papers Presented at Workshop
Drs. Ahmed Ghassemi and Catalin Teodoriu presented two papers at the 40th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering at Stanford University  January 26-28, 2015. Dr. Ghassemi\'s paper , entitle \"Analysis of Fracture Network Response to Fluid Injec (More)
Graduate Admission Information
AME Ph.D. student Moien Farmahini-Farahani is helping advance research in the field of nanomaterials. (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)
We Don't Even Have to Try; It's Always a Good Time
Buongiorno, friends! Starting a blog post is hard, so I'm going to skip to the middle of it. But before I do that, I should come back towa (More)

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