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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.

Published: Monday, October 1, 2018

OSU-Tulsa, OSU-CHS team up to provide free professional development for educators statewide

Jade Goodson, Project ECHO clinical coordinator, left, operates the TeleED virtual network alongside Dr. Katherine Curry, OSU associate professor and John A. And Donnie Brock Professor in Educational Leadership in Policy and Dr. Joe Johnson, Project ECHO medical director.

Published: Thursday, March 1, 2018

Graduate student takes on Mrs. Oklahoma pageant to share message of love and kindness

OSU-Tulsa graduate student Jessica Walter studies in the library.

OSU-Tulsa graduate student Jessica Walter will compete in the Mrs. Oklahoma Pageant on March 9-10 in Guthrie.

OSU-Tulsa graduate student Jessica Walter is facing life’s challenges with gusto.

But the latest challenge is one of her biggest.

As the reigning Mrs. Jenks, Walter will compete for the title of Mrs. Oklahoma on March 9-10 in Guthrie.

“I remember hearing about the Miss Oklahoma Pageant and I was too shy to enter. There was no way,” she said.

Library Workshops: Give us 60 minutes, and we can save you hours of research time!

Now that the semester’s underway, you’re working on assignments for research papers and projects. You’re probably spending a lot of time Googling your topic to find useful information or maybe checking out the Library’s databases to find some peer-reviewed articles to back up your thesis statement. 

Published: Friday, February 2, 2018

Brock Fellowship gives teachers opportunity for career advancement

Tulsa Public Schools English teacher Tamara Danley answers a student's question about writing research papers.

Tamara Danley, English teacher at Webster High School and Brock Fellow at OSU-Tulsa, leads class.

OSU-Tulsa and the Brock Community Family Foundation have partnered to create an affordable pathway to leadership for the state’s teachers and an opportunity for school districts to develop leaders from within.

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