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Study Abroad: Journey to Santa Cruz, Bolivia
This post was written by Alexander Freeman, a Petroleum Engineering Senior. He recently traveled to Bolivia with MCEE International Programs as a part of a study abroad component students can take. These students take an OU PE course, taught by an OU (More)
Improved Recovery Techniques in Mexico
For the sixth year, the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy was able to organize an Improved Recovery Techniques summer, study abroad course. Led by Dr. Deepak Devegowda, thirteen MPGE students stayed and studied in beautiful Puebla, Mexico from Ma (More)
Mewbourne Named 2015 Top Hand
Curtis W. Mewbourne, MPGE alumni and namesake of our school and college, has been honored by the Permian Basin Petroleum Association as 2015's Top Hand. Mr. Mewbourne was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in November 1935.  After obtaining a Bachelor (More)
OU Hosts Environmental Journalism Conference
539 journalists, scientists, government officials, representatives of business and industry from around the world explored Oklahoma’s ecologically-diverse landscape during the 25th Society of Environmental Journalists annual meeting in Norman, Octobe (More)
MPGE Students Discover the Wonders of Peru
In May 2015, Profs. Deepak Devegowda and Xingru Wu traveled to Lima, Peru with a group of 20 MPGE students led by Yoana Walschap, MCEE Study Abroad Liaison, and one extra coordinator, Naïla Williams. The two electives courses, Improved Recovery Techn (More)
Global Energy Leader and OU Alumnus Named Dean of Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy
University of Oklahoma alumnus Mike Stice, an energy leader with more than 35 years of industry experience working worldwide, has been named Dean of the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, pending approval of the OU Board of Regents. “Dr. Stice h (More)
Civan Retires
Dr. Faruk Civan came to OU in 1975 to pursue a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. In 1980, just two years after leaving, he returned as faculty, and has been teaching and inspiring countless petroleum engineers ever since. Civan\'s personal philosophy is (More)

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