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Staff Awarded for Excellence
Each year during Staff Week, the university takes time to recognize excellence among its staff. This year, MPGE was honored to have three of its own staff chosen as recipients. Francey Freeman was presented with the Student Government Association (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)
MPGE Staff Recognized for Superior Performance
Francey Freeman, MPGE's Student Relations Coordinator, has been named as the 2016 Waintroob/Myers Superior Performer by OU's Informational Staff Association. This award recognizes her 15 years of dedication to the students and the overall OU communit (More)
Welcome to Sooner Stories!
Hello there! Thank you for visiting the Sooner Stories Podcast. The University of Oklahoma is a one-of-a-kind research university with programs as diverse as its students, faculty, staff and fans. This podcast tells these stories and explores the (More)
Joe Flenniken Retires
After 23 years at OU, MPGE Research and Design Technologist, Joe Flenniken retired at the end of February. Throughout his time with MPGE, Joe assisted countless students and faculty members in their research and studies. He will be missed, however, w (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)
AME Newsletter 2016
We hope you enjoy the annual AME Newsletter! Happy Holidays from all of us at the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma! (More)
Oktoberfest: Raising Awareness with a Pie in the Face
On Friday, October 30, OU SPE hosted Oktoberfest in the ROTC Armory on campus. The event was designed as a benefit to kick-off their Relay for Life fundraising. In spite of the rain, around 80 people were in attendance. The highlight of the evening w (More)
OU School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering recognized for Diversity and Inclusion
EurekAlert! The Global Source for Science News published a news release regarding AME\'s selection and participation in Transforming Engineering Culture to Advance Inclusion and Diversity (TECAID) program. The five-person TECAID team represented by A (More)
Meet & Greet with New AME Students
On Friday, August 21, 2015 the Gallogly College of Engineering hosted the annua (More)
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