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Welcome to the Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy! Student life in the Mewbourne College is as varied as our student population. We have four technical societies, two honor societies, two overarching student organizations that have social events and volunteer opportunities, plus the endless cooperation of other student organizations across campus. Each of these organizations has their own unique identity. There are plenty of ways to get involved in the college, from going to technical presentations from industry professionals, to volunteering at local Norman schools teaching kids about fossils, and even getting to hang out with your peers at events like our Welcome Back Social at HeyDay (with bowling and laser tag) or the Welcome Back Cookout at Sarkeys Energy Center. Outside the walls of Sarkeys Energy Center, you will find a vibrant student life that shows free movies to students, raises money for the Children's Hospital in OKC and for Relay for Life, hosts a massive day of community service, inspires social change on campus and across the community and so much more.

Links & Certifications our staff hold: Green ZoneLGBTQ+ Aspiring AllyMental Health First Aid Certification, ODMHSASDiversity Ally

Welcoming Anita Hopson Malone, Ph.D.

Anita Hopson Malone, Ph.D., an experienced researcher and practitioner of diversity and inclusion programs, has been named Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy’s new coordinator of student engagement. Malone graduated with her Bachelor of Science in liberal studies from the University of Central Oklahoma and her master’s in human relations from the University of Oklahoma. In 2017, Hopson Malone earned her doctoral degree in instructional leadership and academic curriculum from OU.

With nearly two decades of experience in education, Hopson Malone taught in various educational spaces ranging from K-12 classrooms to university lecture halls. Throughout her career, she has been an advocate for students and children. Malone recently served as a program specialist at the Center for Early Childhood Professional Development at OU where she coordinated and managed the development of curriculum for classrooms across the state.

In her role at Mewbourne College, Hopson Malone will serve our students and college in a variety of functions. She will serve as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion liaison for the college and work on initiatives related to the strategic plan. Anita will work with our students by offering programing for their needs, and she will also assist with some recruiting efforts for the college.

“I am excited for the experience Anita brings to this role and the way she can positively impact our students and college as a whole. Anita has a passion for this work and I’m looking forward to seeing her leadership in this arena,” said Annette Moran, director of Student Services at Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy’s Pioneer Natural Resources Student Services Center.

Mewbourne College is on ENGAGE!

ENGAGE is your way to connect to student organizations at OU, communicate with other members, and explore your community. You can connect with Mewbourne College by clicking below, but, you can also connect with the student organizations you see below.

2020-2021 Student Organization Officers

Below you will find a list of current MCEE student organization officers and their emails. You can email them if you have questions about their club, what they do, or how to get involved. I am sure they would love to hear from you!

Vice PresidentTaylor
Vice PresidentDavid
Vice PresidentJohn
Lead Public Outreach CoordinatorTucker
Public Outreach CoordinatorMadison
Public Outreach CoordinatorRania
Vice PresidentKarelia La
Special Events CoordinatorChris
PresidentOmar Al
Vice PresidentCesar
SecretaryQais Al

University of Oklahoma Non-Discrimination Policy

Diversity is one of the strengths of our society as well as one of the hallmarks of a great university. The University supports diversity and is committed to maintaining employment, educational, and health care settings that are multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic, and all-inclusive. Respecting differences is one of the University’s missions.

The University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual based on the individual’s race, color, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age (40 or older), sex (see Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment policy, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides. 

Resources are available on the MCEE website at: