2020 Shell Fall Fest | Schlumberger New Engineers Welcome
Fall Festival primarily serves as an orientation for freshman and transfer students, which introduces everyone to the technical societies, student organizations, and departments within Gallogly and Mewbourne Colleges. In addition, it serves as a great way to kick off the fall semester for all engineering faculty, staff, and students – new or returning. Join us for this year's virtual event!
Thanks to our Fall Festival Sponsor, Shell, and our New Engineers' Welcome Sponsor, Schlumberger!
August 28, 2020 | 11 AM–3 PM
|11 AM–1 PM||Student Organizations|
|1–2 PM||Learn more about Academic Units|
|2–3 PM||Q&A with the Deans|
Special thanks to our event sponsors!
A Message to New Engineers from Shell
Shell Welcomes you to Fall Festival. Get Involved and Have a Great Year. For more information about Shell and Careers go to Shell Careers.
A Message to New Engineers from Schlumberger
Q&A WITH THE DEANS
Dean John Klier and Dean Shehab from the Gallogly College of Engineering and Dean Mike Stice from the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy will be ready to answer your questions.
Meeting ID: 942 3068 6066
OU Engineering + Geosciences Academic Advising
Join Gallogly College of Engineering and Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy advisors to learn more about the academic requirements of engineering and geosciences. They will be able to answer questions about courses, transfers, the flow chart and more!
Meeting ID: 943 5410 8352
Diversity and Inclusion
Jerry Holmes Leadership Program for Engineers and Scientists
Diversity and Inclusion
The Gallogly College of Engineering Diversity and Inclusion Program is designed to cultivate diversity of thought and strengthen an inclusive environment for all students, faculty and staff. Open to all students in the Gallogly College of Engineering and Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, the Diversity Program facilitates the outreach, recruitment, retention and overall success of underrepresented students.
Meeting ID: 978 2786 3927
The Jerry Holmes Leadership Program for Engineers & Scientists
The Jerry Holmes Leadership Program for Engineers & Scientists helps Gallogly & Mewbourne students learn & practice the skills they will need to be effective & ethical leaders now and throughout their careers.
Meeting ID: 942 8082 3618
Have you ever wanted to travel abroad? Have you ever thought about traveling abroad while earning credit towards your engineering degree? If you answered Yes to either of these questions please stop by our Fall Fest Virtual Study Abroad Information Session and learn more about our programs. The Gallogly College of Engineering offers three Spring Intersession programs and one semester long program. This year we will be collaborating with the Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy for our Spring Intersession in France. Our programs offer Engineering courses taught by OU Faculty and are located in Mexico, France and Italy. Our session will be available Friday, August 28th from 11am-1pm. We look forward to your virtual visit!
Meeting ID: 976 1420 7915
11 AM–1 PM
Alpha Sigma Kappa
Women in Technical Studies (ASK)
Alpha Sigma Kappa - Women in Technical Studies is a social Sorority for women and non binary people pursuing a degree in the STEM feild. ASK is a social sorority whose goal is to foster a community of like-minded people!!
Meeting ID: 7654662048
American Association of Drilling Engineers
The American Association of Drilling Engineers is an active organization in the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. With good support from the AADE Mid-Continent section, the student chapter at OU provides an excellent opportunity for students to participate in tech talks, networking events and technical conferences. AADE also offers scholarships of around $25,000 every year to deserving student members and helps build a strong connection between students and the industry.
Meeting ID: 796 6309 3406
Biomedical Engineering Society
The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is a local chapter of a national organization for graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled or interested in pursuing a career in Biomedical Engineering. BMES serves to connect students with similar interests in medicine and engineering. Further, the chapter provides professional development opportunities, such as industry tours and engaging speakers, to help students better understand BME career opportunities. We also hope to introduce young students (elementary–high school) to biomedical engineering through fun, hands-on outreach projects.
Meeting ID: 972 1845 8570
Scientific Undergraduate Research Association
The Scientific Undergraduate Research Association aims to connect undergraduate students with research opportunities at OU. Our organization offers networking opportunities, workshops and speakers who address research focused topics such as applying for nationally competitive scholarships, summer internships, and first-year research programs.
Meeting ID: 912 2677 3098
Biomedical Engineering Student Affairs
BESA is a graduate student-led organization aimed at fostering a community for the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering graduate students at the University of Oklahoma.
Meeting ID: 936 9511 3460
Password: 936 9511 3460
Computer Science Student Board
The Computer Science Student Board (CSSB) organization gives students the opportunity to take on formal leadership positions within the computer science department. The purpose of this organization is to bring the students of the department together and unify all academic levels through service, leadership and volunteerism. This organization also provides implicit peer mentorship throughout the community and allows students input in the events they attend within the school.
Meeting ID: 978 9709 4554
Game Developers Association
OU's Game Developers Association is dedicated to being a hub for students to learn about and practice creating video games of all kinds. We are primarily a Computer Science organization, but game design spans across all disciplines and GDA welcomes everybody. Join small groups and work together over the semester to both learn and create.
Meeting ID: 995 6431 3276
Society of Asian Scientist and Engineers
OU SASE is a part of a nationally recognized organization with 20,000 members worldwide. Our chapter hosts monthly general meetings, technical talks, community service events, and social events to promote chapter unity and encourage networking among peers. In addition, we hold a major event, SASE Spirit Week, during the first week of November where each day celebrates a SASE goal. These events give members the opportunity to proudly represent OU SASE and our university on a local and national level.
Meeting ID: 960 2813 7969
Society of Women Engineers
SWE is a national organization with over 35,000 members worldwide. The OU chapter of SWE, founded in 1945, attracts women from every major in the Gallogly College of Engineering. SWE's mission is to "empower women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion."
Meeting ID: 964 3418 3902
The mission of the Sooner Off-Road engineering competition team is to provide students with an opportunity to apply their engineering education that cannot be found inside the classroom by designing, building, marketing and racing an ATV-style off-road vehicle through engagement in the Baja SAE competition.
Meeting ID: 936 9253 4493
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
Building the Future of Space Exploration! SEDS OU is an organization for multi space-related applications and competitions. The vision of the organization is to serve as a platform for all those passionate about space from all majors across campus to get together and participate in space-related activities. SEDS OU offers members the opportunity to be part of several space-related activities that vary from national rocketry and satellite design competitions to stargazing to attending space conferences where they get the chance to interact with space industry professional and grow their professional networks and improve their professional skills, and it does not only stop at the technical aspects of the space industry, rather SEDS OU is also a participant in other competitions that allow students to be involved in the entrepreneurial aspect of the space industry as well as space art where it allows students to present ideas that will add value to the space industry in front of investors and it also allows them the opportunity to send their best artistic work to orbit. The uniqueness of SEDS comes from it being open for any student from any major that would want to pursue their passion for space.
Meeting ID: 967 8514 8964
Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts
The purpose of the organization is to help the students at the University of Oklahoma learn about the areas of petrophysics and well log analysis. The students will be exposed to the new techniques and ideas in the field of petrophysics and well log analysis through presentations and workshops from professionals in the industry.
Meeting ID: 201 910 4704
American Association of Petroleum Geologists
The purposes of this Association are to advance the science of geology, especially as it relates to petroleum, natural gas, other subsurface fluids, and mineral resources; to promote the technology of exploring for, finding, and producing these materials in an economically and environmentally sound manner; to foster the spirit of scientific research throughout its membership; to disseminate information relating to the geology and the associated technology of petroleum, natural gas, other subsurface fluids, and mineral resources; to inspire and maintain a high standard of professional conduct on the part of its members; to provide the public with means to recognize adequately trained and professionally responsible geologists; and to advance the professional well-being of its members.
Meeting ID: 734 642 5588
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
The American Indian Science & Engineering Society is a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, and technology arenas. The trained professionals then become technologically informed leaders within the Indian community. The ultimate goal of AISES is to be a catalyst for the advancement of American Indians and Native Alaskans as they seek to become self-reliant and self-determined members of society. AISES was founded in 1977, and currently has a national membership of more than 4,600 individual members, and AISES sustains 189 chartered college and university chapters, 15 professional chapters, and 158 affiliated K-12 schools supporting American Indian students in the critically needed disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The AISES chapter at OU is the oldest in the nation.
Meeting ID: 9463880529
Environmental Science Student Association
ESSA is a student environmental organization at OU that looks to provide volunteer and field work opportunities for future environmentalists (engineers, scientists, etc.). We also seek to create a space for conversation on environmentalism in our everyday lives. Despite our name, we are open to all majors!
Meeting ID: 940 2252 6272
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
OU's chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (OU AIChE) aims to serve the undergraduate students of the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering (CBME) in both social and career endeavors. We host technical events to connect our members with outside companies, and we also host social events to create camaraderie between CBME undergraduate students and to foster interaction with CBME graduate students, faculty and staff. OU AIChE actively participates in the national AIChE organization, attending regional and national conferences and interacting with other schools through conference networking events and Chem E car competitions.
Meeting ID: 930 1820 9494
Engineers Serving Others
Engineers Serving Others takes the skills learned in the classroom and applies them to real engineering work with nonprofits. There are multiple levels of involvement. The least intensive of these is monthly volunteer events, where you complete the objective within a day. The most intensive is being a part of a project group that works to solve a problem generally over the course of a semester. This group provides the opportunity to give back to the community and polish your skills as an engineer.
Meeting ID: 653 920 0502
National Society of Black Engineers
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is "to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."
Meeting ID: 934 1461 1934
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
oSTEM is a national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQ+ communities in STEM fields. This organization has been built by students, for students who are working to create a world where all members of the STEM community can pursue their work in a safe, supportive environment that celebrates their contributions and differences.
Meeting ID: 917 5837 1489
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists Student Chapter aims to encourage professional and personal development for the geoscience students at the University of Oklahoma, whether through technical workshops or community outreach. While we have an emphasis on applied geophysics, we aim to also expose our members to other branches of geophysics and geology as well.
Meeting ID: 910 2472 8195
Sooner Rover Team
The Sooner Rover Team designs and builds a Mars rover to compete in a yearly robotics competition in a simulated martian environment. With various remote operated and autonomous missions to complete, all types of engineering work is needed.
Meeting ID: 997 7327 5505
Sooner Competitive Robotics
Founded in 2013, Sooner Competitive Robotics is a competitive team where we build robots and enter various competitions throughout the year. We help our members learn everything necessary to build great robots and win competitions.
Meeting ID: 961 4328 6006
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi is the country's oldest and most premier engineering national honor society. Founded at Lehigh University in 1885, the organization is dedicated to finding academically motivated engineering students and helping connect them to scholarship and career opportunities. The organization promotes academic excellence and fosters a spirit of community within the engineering student body.
Meeting ID: 223 105 0407
WiCys at the University of Oklahoma
Gather together the school’s community of students in cybersecurity! Decrease the gender disparity in the field while providing support, mentorship, training, networking opportunities and access to industry and academic leaders.
Meeting ID: 843 766 3690
Transportation Leadership Council
The TLC is a student-driven organization whose purpose is the development of leadership skills in its members while promoting opportunities in the transportation field to the University community and beyond.
Meeting ID: 921 8622 7053
We organize Hackathons. Our mission is to kindle creativity and innovation in our Oklahoma community. We invite students from across the country to collaborate, develop, and share their projects with us through a 24-hour hackathon at the University of Oklahoma.
Meeting ID: 977 6328 6816
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
To serve diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating and applying engineering knowledge for improving the quality of life; and communicating the excitement of engineering.
Meeting ID: 943 5133 8775
ASCE Concrete Canoe
Concrete Canoe is an engineering competition team that designs, builds, and races a 20-foot long canoe made entirely of concrete. We mix concrete, construct a mold, and prepare and present a technical presentation at our regional conference. It's a great opportunity to get hands-on experience with engineering design from an early stage and have fun doing it. We accept students from all years and majors, and would love for you to join our team!
Meeting ID: 954 8736 4347
Association for Women in Computing
The Association for Women in Computing is a student organization at the University of Oklahoma. We act to provide a community space for women in technological fields that may otherwise feel overwhelmed in a male-dominated sector of society. By doing this, we will raise awareness about gender inequality in the workforce, and we hope to recruit male allies as our organization grows. We have weekly study groups, monthly general meetings, and frequent company visits, tech talks, and more.
Meeting ID: 966 7981 6288
Pick and Hammer
Pick and Hammer is a geology club here at the University of Oklahoma that promotes the awareness of earth sciences on campus and surrounding communities through various outreach events. We have worked with local schools and educators to inspire a love of geology in students of all ages by providing an exciting hands-on approach to the geosciences. These outreach events have previously included presentations, school visits, tours of campus buildings, and participation in events such as Shell Fall Fest. We have also hosted field trips and held mineral sales on campus, so if it involves rocks and minerals, we have probably been a part of it! If you’re interested in our club and would like to learn more about who we are and what we do, please hit the link below.
Meeting ID: 988 9680 3067
Society of Petroleum Engineers
The University of Oklahoma Society of Petroleum Engineers Student Chapter strives to technically enhance our student members while providing networking opportunities for the energy industry. OU SPE maintains an active role on campus by hosting social, philanthropic, and technical events. Our organization is one of 411 student chapters that are part of SPE International.
Meeting ID: 952 5580 7233
Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Society
Welcome to ChEGS! The Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Society Our organization is made up primarily of graduate students in the Chemical Biological and Materials Engineering Department. Our mission is to provide means and resources for our members to enrich their experience at the University of Oklahoma beyond research and coursework. Our goals are to encourage camaraderie among graduate students, to connect our current students with alumni and professionals in industry and academia, and to provide resources and opportunities for our members to better plan their time at OU and their future careers.
Meeting ID: 988 3014 7242
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
SHPE changes lives by empowering minorities to reach it's fullest potential through STEM awareness, access, support and resources. With SHPE you can get sponsored to attend conferences where you're able to attain job offers and network with other students. SHPE also helps students with professional and academic development.
Meeting ID: 391 762 4556
The purpose of Engineers’ Club is to provide a reprieve from rigorous course load. We will aide in the social transition through college by providing opportunities for personal development. Engineers’ Club will strive to create a diverse community where students in GCoE and MCEE feel welcomed and included.
Meeting ID: 919 3470 7898
Sooners Without Borders
At its core, Sooners Without Borders focuses on providing sustainable solutions domestically and abroad. It is our mission to support those that face the greatest adversity and to aid those that are doing positive initiatives amidst inequitable hardships. Whether it be in the villages of El Salvador or here in Oklahoma, our goal is to improve the lives of others through sustainable and community-based projects. SWB provides students with a hands-on, skill-based look at development practices and a forum that fosters growth. SWB is for those students who want to do something bigger than themselves.
Meeting ID: 917 3724 1676
Steel Bridge Team
Steel Bridge team is one of the competition teams at OU. It aims to assist students in a comprehensive learning experience that will shape the critical thinking and problem-solving skills of future engineers by providing hands-on opportunities in designing and constructing a model steel bridge.
Meeting ID: 508 877 5511
OU Robotics Club
The OU Robotics Club is for people who want to make robots. Unlike Sooner Competitive Robotics (SCR), Robotics Club does not participate in intercollegiate competitions. Instead, we focus more on learning how to make robots and robotics principles. We teach you how to program microcontrollers, use laser cutters and 3d printers, use CAD software, and more. All majors and experience levels are welcome!
Meeting ID: 944 0822 2404