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Listen: Dr. Sarah Johnson of the Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling on the Mental Health Download Podcast

"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

City of Tulsa To Host Resilient Tulsa Equity Dialogues

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: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Conversations Fostered Through New Endowment in Trailblazer’s Honor

Dr. Hongyu Wang (pictured) organized the fund in honor of Dr. William Pinar. She's an OSU-Tulsa President's Outstanding Teaching Award recipient for her research and teaching on curriculum theory.

A new endowment in honor of Dr. William Pinar, an internationally leading curriculum scholar, will foster conversations at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and Stillwater around the role of curriculum studies in education. 

Published: Monday, February 24, 2020

Research and outreach: OSU-Tulsa research turns into nationally recognized community policing plan

It's easy to catch Jesse Guardiola with a smile. His friendly, infectious personality takes over the room as soon as he enters it.

Jesse Guardiola on the OSU-Tulsa campus

Before Jesse Guardiola was an OSU-Tulsa graduate, a Tulsa Police senior officer, and a winner of the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Policing, he was a fresh Tulsa Police Department recruit who saw an issue and wanted to make a difference.

“Early on, I saw a divide between Tulsa’s Hispanic community and law enforcement,” Guardiola said.

Published: Monday, November 11, 2019

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.

 

Published: Friday, October 25, 2019

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.

Published: Friday, August 30, 2019

OSU-Tulsa faculty honored with teaching, research awards

President Fry presents OSU-Tulsa Outstanding Research Award to Dr. Singh at Welcome Back reception.

Dr. Raman Singh, left, and Dr. Hongyu Wang

Dr. Raman P. Singh, associate dean for the OSU College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, and Dr. Hongyu Wang, professor of teaching, learning and educational sciences, were honored with OSU-Tulsa’s faculty service awards at a Welcome Back reception on Friday. The awards are OSU-Tulsa’s highest honors for faculty.

Published: Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Shedding light on local history: Teaching about the Tulsa Race Massacre

Dr. Shanedra Nowell and workshop participants listen to Dr. Dewayne Dickens during a walking tour of the Greenwood District
Published: Friday, May 10, 2019

OSU-Tulsa offers workshop on teaching strategies for the Tulsa Race Massacre

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is offering a three-day interactive workshop in June to provide Tulsa-area teachers with curriculum ideas and strategies for teaching students about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

“Writing and Remembrance: Strategies for Teaching the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre” is set for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 11-13 in the Bank of Oklahoma Room at OSU-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood Ave. The cost is $25.

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