TU Energy Management Program Announces Its First Graduating Class
Sunday, February 01, 2009
The Energy Management program, at The University of Tulsa, is proud to introduce its first graduating class of students, majoring in Energy Management program, for the academic year 2008-2009.
Mr. August Hadwiger and Ms. Lauren Williams are the first graduating class to obtain the Energy Management major. Hadwiger has the distinction of being the program’s first graduate by virtue of obtaining his degree in December of 2008, while Williams will graduate in May. Both Hadwiger and Williams earned a double major in finance share the honor graduating cum laude (3.5 + grade point average).
Hadwiger is currently working for Chesapeake Energy in Oklahoma City, where he interned with them for two summers prior to his graduation. Williams has accepted a position with ExxonMobil in Houston, Texas and will be working in their offshore group. She interned previously with Williams, in Tulsa, and this past summer with Southwestern Energy in Houston.
Both Hadwiger and Williams have applied, and were nominated by TU Energy Management Director Ted Jacobs, for the AAPL’s Outstanding Graduating Senior Award.
In keeping with a long-standing TU tradition, of ringing the Kendall Bell upon the completion of their last final of their undergraduate career, the TU Energy Management program has instituted a tradition of its own. All Energy Management graduates will sign the “Energy Management Book of Graduates” signifying their majoring in Energy Management. They will then have their pictures made in front of the Kendall Bell.
The TU Energy Management program was established in September of 2006, and admitted it’s first class of students in the Fall semester of 2007. The program currently has approximately 85 students. For more information on the program please go to www.collins.utulsa.edu/depts/energy or contact Ted Jacobs at (918-631-3588 or e-mail him at email@example.com