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Bahareh Nojabaei, a PhD student in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, has been awarded the Nico van Wingen Fellowship. Nojabaei is one of three students awarded the Wingen Fellowship which is supported by the Nico van Wingen fund of the SPE Foundation.

A Penn State World Campus student who researched energy savings for low-income households and was the first online student to enter the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences’ poster contest will be the college’s student marshal at the fall 2014 graduation ceremony.
 

The CMG Reservoir Simulation Foundation (Foundation CMG) recently gave funds to establish a new industrial chair in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences’ (EMS) John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering (EME) at Penn State.

Serguei Lvov, professor of energy and mineral engineering, and materials science and engineering, has a forthcoming book titled Introduction to Electrochemical Science and Engineering.

Students studying energy engineering are as unique as the major itself.