(STILLWATER, Okla., April 2, 2015) - Speakers representing a cross-section of Oklahoma State University students, staff, alumni and friends will bring ideas worth spreading to the Seretean Center on the Stillwater campus April 10
Madeline Hawkins, Carrollton, Texas, and Patrick Steichen, Tulsa, OK, have been selected for the prestigious W.W. Allen Scholars Program at Oklahoma State University. The program is designed for top academic students, who also show significant promise in leadership and career ambition.
The W. W. Allen Scholars program was formed to develop some of the nation's top engineering graduates. This elite award includes more than $104,000 in scholarship, enrichment activities, professional development, and national and international travel, followed by full tuition and housing for a Master of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
Problem-based Learning: Influence on Students’ Learning in an Electrical Engineering Course article co-authored by Associate Dean of research Charles F. Bunting, together with Aman Yadav, Dipendra Subedi and Mary A. Lundberg, in 2011 is listed on the Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) website as one of the most cited papers over the last five years.
Taylor Mitchell, graduate student in aerospace engineering, won the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on March 23, 2015, with his thesis concentrated on the use of unmanned aircraft to detect carbon dioxide leaks for carbon sequestration.
“I look forward to watching this become a hub of activity and inspiration."
-OSU President Burns Hargis on the new Student Excellence Center