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Published: Friday, January 29, 2021

Strategic Communications class studies media messaging of the Tulsa Race Massacre

An image showing some destruction of Greenwood as the result of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Courtesy of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Library Special Collections and Archives.

The Tulsa World front page from June 1, 1921 highlights how media messages at the time worked to shaped public opinion around the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Graduate students at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa explored how words and media can shape the popular perception of events through a semester-long examination of news and messages related to the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

Published: Monday, June 24, 2019

Outstanding Senior on path to lifting voices of women, marginalized communities in film

Amairani Perez Chamu

 

The way things are going, it won’t be long before Amairani Perez Chamu’s name appears as director in the credits of a feature film.

She is focused on achieving her goal of making movies that matter, that help lift the voices of women, Latino and marginalized communities so they will be heard.

Published: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa and Magic City Books announce Tulsa LitFest 2019

Tulsa LitFest brings together diverse writers and readers to inspire and enrich the Tulsa community

Tulsa Lit.Fest logo

The Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa and Magic City Books announce the second annual Tulsa LitFest. The festival is set for April 11-14, 2019. All events are free and open to the public.

Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2018

OSU-Tulsa faculty honored at University Awards Convocation

OSU-Tulsa Provost Pamela Fry presents Tara Urich the OSU Excellence in Teaching Award for Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Tonya Hammer, associate professor in counseling and counseling psychology, center, was presented the 2018 Distinguished Early Career Faculty Award by OSU President Burns Hargis and Dr. Mindy McCann, OSU Faculty Council chair and professor of statistics.

Published: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

OSU-Tulsa joins state initiative to help adults complete their degrees

OSU-Tulsa will participate in Reach Higher: DirectComplete, a state effort launched Wednesday to help adult students complete their college degree.

The adult degree completion program connects state workforce development needs with degree programs at Oklahoma’s colleges and universities. A grant from Lumina Foundation is providing more than $777,000 over a three-year period to support the program.

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