The OU Chapter deserves a special mention for all the hard work they have been doing this semester.
Their main activities this month included:
Relay for Life Oklahoma Summit: The Chapter was honored as one of the top 15 teams invited to the Oklahoma Summit for Relay for Life. The conference was held at the Magnuson Hotel and Meridian Convention Center in Oklahoma City and featured many guest speakers, all of whom had been personally affected by cancer. The summit was a great way to get members excited about Relay for Life.
The OU Chapter was honored to receive the HOPE Award from American Cancer Society for the fourth year in a row. The Chapter has continued to be the highest fundraiser at the annual Relay for Life event for the High Plains Division, with a cumulative of $57,000 raised over the past four years. I’m sure everyone will agree that this is a fantastic achievement.
Sooner Saturday: Sooner Saturday is a campus‐wide day for high school seniors, transfer students and their families to learn more about the University of Oklahoma. OU SPE had members, in particular active freshmen, spoke to incoming students about petroleum engineering and the OU Student Chapter.
Participation at ATCE: What a fantastic photo of the OU Chapter members at this year’s PetroBowl! (insert petrobowl pic). It looks like they had a great time. In addition to this, the Chapter received their Gold Standard Award at the Student General Session (insert gold standard pic)– congratulations OU Student Chapter!