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OSU-Tulsa Police force welcomes first captain

OSU-Tulsa Police Captain Michael Galbraith (left) in his office with Chief Leon Jones

OSU-Tulsa Police's first-ever captain poses for a portrait outside Main Hall.

New expertise coming to OSU-Tulsa Police with the department’s first captain

The new year brings new support to OSU-Tulsa Police as the department’s first police captain begins his service.

Once imprisoned, an OSU-Tulsa graduate takes on Oklahoma’s female incarceration problem

D'Marria Monday (right) and fellow OSU-Tulsa student Jacquelyn Jackson in 2017 -- one year before she would graduate and form Block Builderz.
Statewide activist and public speaker D'Marria Monday poses for a photo in Tulsa's historic Greenwood District.
 
D’Marria Monday isn’t content to hang out in the shadow of her famous uncle – OSU legend and Olympic gold medalist wrestler Kenny Monday.
 
“I want to create my own legacy. But having the footsteps of greatness behind me inspires me,” she says.
 

Orange Pride: Alicia McClendon

Orange Pride Award recipient Alicia McClendon on the other side of a camera.

You will usually find Digital Communications Specialist Alicia McClendon holding at least one phone at any given time.

Union and Jenks seniors prepare for careers, college and adult life at OSU-Tulsa

Jenks students fill Main Hall for lunch between conference sessions.

OSU-Tulsa hosts body image and eating disorders conference

Dr. Tonya Hammer, associate professor of counseling at OSU-Tulsa, is director of the Body Image and Disordered Eating Lab.

Dr. Paula Edwards-Gayfield delivers the keynote presentation to an audience of disordered eating and body image professionals.

 

Research shows veterans more likely to be turned down for jobs with emotional or social responsibilities

Steven Shepherd

 

New research from Oklahoma State University-Tulsa shows that veterans are often perceived as lacking empathy and emotional skill sets, which has a negative impact on job opportunities.

Judging Others

OSU-Tulsa assistant professor of marketing Dr. Steven Shepherd collaborated on research examining biases about people who use food stamps.

Using data in diagnoses

Former OSU Ph.D. student Dr. Behrooz Davazdahemami (left) worked with researcher and ER physician Dr. Paul Peng on using data to better understand the problem of "bounce back" among hospital ER patients.

OSU data science researcher Dr. Dursun Delen (right) collaborated with Icahn School of Medicine biomedical researcher and physician Dr. Paul Peng on using machine learning algorithms to improve care for ER patients.

Open, permitless carry law doesn’t change OSU policy

Handguns and other weapons prohibited on campus

A new handgun law is set to go into effect Nov. 1, but it will not change the rules at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa that prohibit guns from being carried on campus. This applies to every OSU campus across the state. Weapons can be locked in a vehicle on campus but not carried on campus.

OSU-Tulsa center partners with Everyday Democracy

President Pamela Fry, center, with Patrick Grayshaw, left, Dr. Tami Moore, Dr. Mike Stout and Rachel Millea from the Center for Public Life at OSU-Tulsa.

President Pamela Fry, right, signs the memorandum of understanding making OSU-Tulsa an anchor partner for Everyday Democracy with Nelda English, Dr. Tami Moore, Dr. Mike Stout and Patrick Grayshaw. Martha McCoy, executive director of Everyday Democracy, is on screen as part of the virtual signing.

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