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April 9, 2012

Volume 10 Issue 28

Important Dates & Info

MCEE MCEE Convocation Saturday, May 12, 2012 4:30 p.m. Paul F. Sharp Concert Hall Catlett Music Center University of Oklahoma Commencement Friday, May 11, 7:00 p.m. Oklahoma Memorial Stadium CPSGG Our AAPG Student Chapter is competing with all chapters worldwide for the best Chapter Video. Please join us and vote for our chapter. Lets work to get a new recognition for our school and universtiy. Go to!/AAPGStude ntPrograms and look for OU AAPG Student Chapter Movie and Like us. The OU AAPG and SEG student chapters have signed up a volunteer team for the 2012 Oklahoma Special Olympics Saturday, April 14 @ Norman North HS 8-10 AM If you are interested please contact: MPGE AADE Meeting April 25 6:30 PM in EPF Room 200 EOG Resources: Estimating Reservoir Parameters from Pre-fracture Diagnostic Injection Tests for Horizontal Completions. Elections for President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer Send nominations to by Wednesday, April 18.

Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering Annual Student Awards Program Recognizing Outstanding Achievement and Academic Excellence
April 12, 2012 6:00 Reception 7:00 Dinner 7:30 - Program RSVP Today: Held at the National Weather Center You and a guest are invited to attend

ATTENTION! Fall 2012-Spring 2013 MCEE Earthlink Editors Needed!

Must be a MCEE undergraduate to apply Go to: Position is Student Employee-Student Services #13702

See Important Advising and Course Override Information on Pgs. 2 and 3

The International Advisory Committee (IAC) of the University of Oklahoma presents the nd Annual Eve of Nations: Branching Out. 42
Largest cultural event in all of Oklahoma! Friday, April 13 from 6:30 9:30 PM Lloyd Noble Center

MCEE participates in OU Green Week April 16-20

Week of campus events, though provoking discussion, and ways to make our community sustainable Green Week at the University of Oklahoma provides an opportunity for students to learn steps on how to lessen their impact on the environment and help develop their community
Earthlinks Editors: Kylie Bohanan, Travis Cude, Bagdat Toulebay

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SUMMER/FALL 2012 ADVANCE REGISTRATION PROCEDURES SUMMER/FALL 2012 SCHEDULE IS NOW OPEN IN OZONE Advance Registration Begins April 2 Senior Week Advising is required each semester for all Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy students, before registering for classes. Procedures for NEW MCEE students: MCEE requires all students new to the college to be advised by MCEE Student Services academic advisors. This includes new from University College students, new transfer students, and students changing majors within OU. Note: students currently in University College are advised in University College only. The MCEE advising dates are Monday, March 12 Thursday, April 19, 2012. (Mondays through
Thursdays only). For advising and enrollment in the Summer & Fall 2012 semesters: o Call MCEE Student Services at 325-4005 to set up an advising appointment. o Review Degree Navigator, create a trial schedule, note Course Reference Numbers (CRNs).

Procedures for CONTINUING Petroleum Engineering students: All documentation of advising will be noted on the Degree Navigator NOTES Section by your advisor.
Degree Navigator is your degree audit. Review Degree Navigator and be familiar with your degree requirements, create written trial schedule, note CRNs. Meet with faculty for advisement during an appropriate time scheduled below Walk In.

PE Group Faculty Advising Schedule - Advising held in SEC Plaza 340-350

Students currently enrolled in PE 3813 Formation Evaluation w/Well Logs & students with Early Enrollment Privileges Thurs. Mar. 15 5:00 7:00 Students currently enrolled in, or who have completed:PE 3213 Reservoir Rock Properties & ALL SENIORS BY HOURS (STUDENTS WHO WILL HAVE COMPLETED 90 + HOURS AT THE END OF THE SPRING 2012 SEMESTER) Wed. Mar. 28 5:00 7:00 Thurs. Mar. 29 5:00 7:00 Students who have not yet taken PE 3213 Reservoir Rock Properties Tues. Apr. 3 3:00 4:45 Wed. Apr. 4 3:00 4:45 Thurs. Apr. 5 3:00 4:45 If you miss the advising sessions above you will delay your advising and enrollment until the first day of classes for Fall 2012 (August 16th, 2012) Procedures for CONTINUING Geology and Geophysics students: All documentation of advising will be noted in the Degree Navigator NOTES Section by your advisor. Degree Navigator is your degree audit. Review Degree Navigator and be familiar with your degree requirements, create a written trial schedule, note CRNs. CPGG Advising will begin Monday, March 12, 2012. Contact the CPGG Office at 325-3255 or SEC 710 for Advising Information and to set up an appointment. What is my Classification? Sophomore 30 hours (Earned hours plus currently enrolled hours) Junior 60 hours (Earned hours plus currently enrolled hours) Senior 90 hours (Earned hours plus currently enrolled hours)

April 9, 2012

Volume 10 Issue 28

POLICY ON COURSE OVERRIDES IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ! FALL 2012 ADVANCE REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 2 ADVISING COULD BEGIN AS EARLY AS MARCH 12! MCEE will not accept official or unofficial copies of transcripts from other institutions, nor copies of current enrollment. This information must be officially posted by the OU Office of Admissions. No overrides will be given for outstanding prerequisites due to enrollment at another institution. Do you have outstanding transfer work from another institution? Are you concurrently enrolled at another institution? If you answer YES to either of these questions, you are REQUIRED to submit an official transcript with final grades and/or proof of enrollment for the current or upcoming term. Once each semesters outstanding work is completed, you are then required to submit an official transcript with your final grades to the OU Office of Admissions, Buchanan Hall, Rm. 127. The OU Office of Admissions will post this information, making it official. At that point, no overrides should be required. Important! Submit this information to the OU Office of Admissions immediately following registration and final posting of grades at the transferring institution. Allow the OU Office of Admissions adequate time to post before the upcoming registration period.