Teren DeBok

Shawnee, KS, Petroleum Engineering
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Teren DeBok (he/him/his) is a senior from Shawnee, Kansas, majoring in petroleum engineering. Teren does undergraduate research on campus involving the study of petroleum reservoirs. Over the summer, he interned for Slawson Exploration, a company specializing in oil production in North Dakota. He is the treasurer of both Theta Chi Fraternity, an active greek house on campus, as well as the Club Baseball team. He studied abroad in England in Fall of 2017. In his free time, Teren enjoys spending time outdoors as well as playing baseball.

Ask me about: Greek Life, conducting research, studying abroad, and how to manage being active in multiple organizations in your time here at KU.

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