Submitted by osutulsa on Mon, 08/24/2020 - 9:44am
OSU-Tulsa faculty Quraysh Ali Lansana teamed up with TulsaKids Magazine for a series of discussions designed to help parents understand systemic racism and how to address it with their children.
Published: Thursday, August 20, 2020
More than 60 educators from Oklahoma and across the nation participated in Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s four-day long “Teaching & Learning: The Narratives, Places, and Legacies of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre” workshop series designed to give teachers resources and context for how to teach students about the event.
Submitted by osutulsa on Thu, 08/13/2020 - 6:00pm
"We're all experiencing something that none of us have ever experienced before. We are not supposed to know how to navigate it by yourself. So this is a wonderful time to take that step. Reach out. We will embrace you and affirm you and work with you through whatever it is you are dealing with right now."
Dr. Sarah Johnson, Director, Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa
Published: Wednesday, August 12, 2020
As part of the Resilient Tulsa Strategy, the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity (MORE) will host Equity Dialogues throughout August and early September to further encourage meaningful conversations to bring better understanding and unity among Tulsans from different backgrounds.
A follow-up to the Equity Dinners hosted in 2018, Equity Dialogues represent the City’s second round of conversations on equity, which are now taking place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published: Friday, July 31, 2020
“Not being racist isn’t enough,” Ken Eastman, dean of Spears School of Business, told a panel of Oklahoma State University deans and academic leaders Thursday. “We need to actively work to end racism.”
Published: Friday, February 28, 2020
Published: Friday, January 24, 2020
Clients of the newly renamed Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling at OSU-Tulsa will notice an increase in space and services as the center grows to further meet the needs of the Tulsa and university communities.
Published: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
She is OSU-Tulsa’s new assistant vice president for community engagement and student services, but she is not a new face on campus. Emonica “Nekki” Reagan-Neeley has been working on campus for a total of 27 years, and has spent much of that time as the face of OSU-Tulsa’s outreach efforts.