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Published: Tuesday, May 22, 2018

New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to establish mental health hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans

OSU-Tulsa doctoral students Brendon Glon, left, and Jess White plan to launch a mental health hotline for the LGBTQ community in Oklahoma.

OSU-Tulsa graduate students Brendon Glon and Jess White plan to establish a mental health hotline for the gay, lesbian and transgender community this summer as part of their new role as Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.

Published: Wednesday, May 9, 2018

HDFS doctoral student nationally recognized for leadership, community service

OSU-Tulsa doctoral student Zach Giano is the recipient of a National Council on Family Relations Honors Student Recognition Award for spring 2018.

Zach Giano, an OSU-Tulsa doctoral student in human development and family science, recently received a National Council on Family Relations Honors Student Recognition Award for spring 2018.

Published: Tuesday, May 8, 2018

MSE student selected as top OSU CEAT graduate student

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.

Published: Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows start model family program in juvenile detention center

OSU-Tulsa doctoral students Brooke Tuttle, left, and Ashley Harvey lead a model program in the Tulsa County Family Center for Juvenile Justice as part of their work as 2017-18 Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.

 

A teen gang member in juvenile detention broke into tears when he saw his 6-year-old brother for the first time in months.

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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