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Published: Wednesday, February 24, 2021

OSU Center’s Chautauqua Conference 2021 focuses on LGBTQ+ family resilience

The Oklahoma State University Center for Family Resilience is hosting its annual Chautauqua Conference virtually with the theme “Resilience of LGBTQ+ Families: Pride and Celebration” on Feb. 26, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

The 2021 conference will feature presentations from a collection of researchers and experts in the areas of LGBTQ+ and gender expansive resilience, counseling and psychology. A panelist discussion and breakout groups are also part of the conference.

Published: Monday, February 22, 2021

School of Accounting will honor five at Hall of Fame and Awards ceremony

Ron Bussert, left, poses for a photo after receiving the Citizen of the Year in 2015 at the Bixby Chamber Awards Annual Gala.

Ron Bussert, Melanie Middlemist and Joe Taylor will be recognized as distinguished alumni by the OSU School of Accounting during the 2021 Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame and Awards virtual ceremony April 29.

Oklahoma State University’s School of Accounting will honor five outstanding alumni and friends of the school during the 2021 Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame and Awards virtual ceremony April 29.

Published: Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Health education and promotion major changes to public health

Human health is influenced by factors ranging from food access to social policy and personal exercise. The bachelor of science in public health degree program prepares students to bring a holistic understanding of human health to a variety of careers.

Published: Tuesday, February 9, 2021

OSU-Tulsa hosts NTEDi program for north Tulsa business owners

Photo courtesy of NTEDi.

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is investing in north Tulsa businesses by partnering with the North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi) to host free programs that help north Tulsa entrepreneurs learn about starting and maintaining a business.

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: Wednesday, January 27, 2021

TCC and Partners Selected for National Equity Transfer Initiative

OSU-Tulsa president Pamela Fry (left) stands with TCC president Leigh Goodson (right) at a signing ceremony for National Transfer Student Week in October 2020..Tulsa Community College has been selected to participate in the national

Published: Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Student support key to OSU-Tulsa school administration doctoral program

Dr. Kim Castaldi, an Oklahoma State University-Tulsa school administration doctoral candidate, has spent more than 20 years in education.

From speech-language pathologist to director of federal programs and state director of special education, Castaldi has had many experiences. Still, she had one more goal to achieve … earning a doctorate.

Published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021

OSU-Tulsa to host public discussion on racial equity in higher education

Quraysh Ali Lansana, acting director of the OSU-Tulsa Center for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation.

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is hosting a live virtual roundtable discussion on issues regarding racial equity in higher education in observance of The National Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 19, 2021. This discussion will be streamed live from 3 – 4 p.m. on OSU-Tulsa’s Facebook page.

Published: Friday, December 18, 2020

Captola Dunn named inaugural OSU-Tulsa ASPIRE Award recipient

Dunn speaks at the Ellis Walker Woods memorial dedication.

Captola Dunn is the recipient of the inaugural ASPIRE Award.

OSU-Tulsa is proud to honor Captola Dunn, chair of the Ellis Walker Woods Memorial Committee, as its inaugural ASPIRE Award recipient. Dunn worked for nearly 30 years to make the memorial dedicated to the first principal of Tulsa’s historic Booker T. Washington High School a reality.

Published: Friday, December 18, 2020

OSU-Tulsa staff honored with 2020 Minor and Hess awards

Academic counselor Sherry Clegg and safety officer Patty White were recognized for their distinguished service to OSU-Tulsa students, faculty and staff.

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