Skip Navigation

Blog

Digital Humanities, Citizen Branding courses set for spring

If you are looking for a new and interesting elective to round out your spring schedule, two courses will be offered in the spring 2018 semester for students who want to learn how social media is transforming American citizenship or create a digital exhibit for Tulsa's Woody Guthrie Center, a museum and archive dedicated to documenting the American folk singer's life.

Walk with OSU-Tulsa and Pistol Pete in the 2018 MLK Day Parade

Ron Bussert, OSU-Tulsa vice president for administration and finance, participates in the 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade

Students, faculty and staff are invited join Pistol Pete and BOB, the Big Orange Bus, as OSU-Tulsa marches in the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. parade on Monday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m.

Prepare for Finals Week like a champion marathon runner

Pistol Pete studies for his final in the OSU-Tulsa Library.

Finals can be stressful but preparation is as important for academics as it is for any athletic event, says OSU-Tulsa Wellness Coordinator Jeremiah Watkins.

"Don't let the stress and the hard work you've put into the semester get the best of you," he said.

To ensure you're the "winner" of your Finals Week, Watkins offers some tips for success:

OSU-Tulsa provides 'home base' on campus for graduate assistants

Graduate research associate Patrick Grayshaw said OSU-Tulsa’s new workspace for graduate assistants provides a “home base” for him while on campus.

Jens Jespersen, graduate assistant in the Human Development and Family Science program, takes advantage of the new graduate assistant workspace to study.

Pages