Dr. Pamela Fry was named president of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Oklahoma City. She has been the provost and vice president for academic affairs at the Tulsa campus since 2016.
Fry is the third person and first female to lead OSU-Tulsa since it was founded in 1999.
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Tulsa County Commissioner Karen Keith will deliver the keynote address during the 2019 Oklahoma State University-Tulsa graduation ceremony on May 13. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. at The Pavilion at Expo Square.
Three Tulsa-area teachers are convinced OSU-Tulsa’s undergraduate elementary education program has some kind of “special sauce.”
Not long after graduating, each of the former college classmates was named Teacher of the Year at her respective school.
Dr. Raj Basu, special projects advisor to the president at OSU-Tulsa and associate professor of management, received the 2019 Jack Allen Teaching Excellence Award for outstanding teaching in the MBA program on April 5 in Stillwater.
He is a four-time recipient of the Watson Graduate School of Management honor, having previously won in 2000, 2001 and 2007.
Pete’s Pet Posse Tulsa is hosting the Bow Wow Film Festival April 23 to raise funds for a scholarship program in memory of Blue, one of Tulsa's most beloved P3T therapy dogs.
Kevin Holmes, assistant vice president of budget and finance for OSU-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences, took over as president of the board of directors for the National Association of Educational Procurement on April 10.
As head of budget and finance for OSU in Tulsa, Holmes manages procurement, inventory, accounting, bursar and auxiliary services at both campuses. He has worked for OSU since 2000.
Sheena Perez probably knows more about the historic Route 66 than anyone on campus.
As digital services librarian for the OSU-Tulsa Library, she maintains the university’s archival collections related to Cyrus Avery, known as the ‘Father of Route 66,’ and Michael Wallis, historian and author of Route 66: The Mother Road.
As a child in Pakistan, Saqib Raza was known by his family for taking apart remote controlled toys and various household appliances to see how they work.
The problem was he never put them back together.
“That’s why I don’t have any toys from my childhood,” he says with a chuckle.