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OSU-Tulsa Police force welcomes first captain

OSU-Tulsa Police Captain Michael Galbraith (left) in his office with Chief Leon Jones

OSU-Tulsa Police's first-ever captain poses for a portrait outside Main Hall.

New expertise coming to OSU-Tulsa Police with the department’s first captain

The new year brings new support to OSU-Tulsa Police as the department’s first police captain begins his service.

Open, permitless carry law doesn’t change OSU policy

Handguns and other weapons prohibited on campus

A new handgun law is set to go into effect Nov. 1, but it will not change the rules at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa that prohibit guns from being carried on campus. This applies to every OSU campus across the state. Weapons can be locked in a vehicle on campus but not carried on campus.

Orange Pride: Pam Jackson

Orange Pride recipient Pam Jackson
It’s not really a surprise that Pam Jackson ended up working in a police department.

Her dad, now retired, was a state trooper. Her husband, recently promoted to commander, is a police officer with the Jenks Police Department.

“I guess you could say I come from a police family,” she said. “I kind of gravitated toward it.”

Stop...Safety Time

Campus should be a safe place. We want you to feel at home here so you can focus on your studies and get closer to that bright future!

It's never a bad idea to stay safe, but did you know about the resources available to you? Check out our Campus Safety page if you haven't yet.

Don't have time right now? Keeping scrolling for the highlights. 

Dog on Campus? Paw-fect!

The #IAMOKSTATE blog inspired us to make sure everyone is up to speed when it comes to on-campus pet policies at OSU-Tulsa. Because how could we not love our furry friends?

 

OSU-Tulsa to offer 40-hour HAZWOPER certificate course

Environmental science graduate students can now take course for credit

Students learn about hazardous waste disposal during a course hosted by OSU-Tulsa.

OSU-Tulsa is offering the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification course and, for the first time, graduate students can earn college credit toward their degree by completing the program.

The course is set for July 9-13.

Pay Attention to Flu Prevention

Flu seasons seems to arrive earlier each year, only to stick around for longer than anticipated. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1 has reported that Oklahoma is one of two states in which influenza was officially labeled as 'widespread.'

Here are some tips that you can arm yourself with to help with staying healthy and happy during flu seasons.