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Sarah Bishop

Bishop selected as the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology's Orange Gown recipient

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Media Contact: Kristi Wheeler | Manager, CEAT Marketing and Communications | 405-744-5831 |

Sarah Bishop has been selected as the Oklahoma State University College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s (CEAT) Orange Gown recipient. 

The Orange Gown recipient is distinguished amongst all other graduates by wearing an orange robe and by being the standard bearer for their college during the processional and recessional. Bishop will represent CEAT as the college gonfalon carrier at the commencement in Stillwater on Saturday, May 13. 

Bishop is graduating from OSU with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) with a minor in Data Analytics. Bishop is a member of the engineering honor societies of Alpha Pi Mu and Tau Beta Pi. She is a CEAT Scholar and an officer in the Institute of Industrial and System Engineers. She is also a member of a National Panhellenic Sorority.

Bishop has previously interned at Collins Aerospace as an industrial engineering intern and as a supply chain intern at Frito-Lay. She will be interning at Hilti North America as a logistics intern over the summer of 2023. Bishop is continuing her education with a Master’s in Business Administration from OSU and will be graduating in May of 2024.

“Sarah is a model student in CEAT,” said Sunderesh Heragu, associate dean of CEAT.  “She is completing a minor in data analytics for engineers and is pursuing an MBA. Her performance in the curricular and extracurricular programs at OSU as well as internship experiences in a variety of companies make her the ideal candidate to represent the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and carry its gonfalon during OSU’s 146th commencement.”

Bishop said it is an honor to represent CEAT and the School of Industrial Engineering and Management as the Orange Gown Graduate.

"I was humbled to be selected because of the many other equally deserving engineering students," Bishop said. "OSU has prepared me for my career, no matter where it will take me. I will strive to be a positive ambassador for the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, as well as OSU. I am so proud to be graduating from Oklahoma State University.”

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