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State of Orange: A Cowboy Day of Service draws thousands of volunteers

Mon, Apr 15, 2024

This spring, Oklahoma State University President Kayse Shrum announced a visionary new service project — State of Orange: A Day of Cowboy Service. On Saturday, over 3,000 participants answered the call to make a difference at more than 350 event locations nationwide, demonstrating how the university’s land-grant mission extends beyond the classroom and into the community.

State of OrangeOSU-OKCPresident Kayse ShrumOSU-CHSOSU Institute of TechnologyOSU-TulsaOSU Alumni AssociationOSU ExtensionSpears School of BusinessFerguson College of AgricultureInto the Streets
OSU-Tulsa volunteers captivate students with new research at Tulsa Engineering Challenge event

Wed, Apr 03, 2024

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa's Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering departments helped showcase the wonders of science, technology, engineering and math for students from grades 4 to 12 recently at the 2024 Tulsa Engineering Challenge.

Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringOSU-TulsaOSU PolytechCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyMaterials Science and Engineering
First OSU public safety student completes Broken Arrow Police Academy

Fri, Mar 15, 2024

Brandon McGill became the first OSU Public Safety student to graduate from the Broken Arrow Police Academy when he walked the stage last night in Broken Arrow.

Public SafetyCollege of Professional StudiesOSU-Tulsa
OSU-Tulsa announces 2023 Outstanding Faculty Award recipients

Wed, Mar 13, 2024

Ashlyn Fiegener, assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Sciences, and Amanda Morris, Regents Professor and George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in the College of Arts and Sciences, were recently commended with OSU-Tulsa’s highest honors – the President’s Outstanding Teaching and Research awards.

College of Arts and SciencesCollege of Education and Human SciencesDepartment of PsychologyOSU-TulsaEducational Leadership
Inaugural Ellis Walker Woods Award ceremony honors retired TPS educator

Fri, Feb 23, 2024

Dr. La Verne Ford Wimberly, a veteran Tulsa Public Schools educator and administrator who played a role in desegregating the Tulsa Public Schools system, received the inaugural Ellis Walker Woods Award in a ceremony filled with family members, educators and community members yesterday at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa.

College of Education and Human SciencesEducational LeadershipGreenwood DistrictOSU-Tulsa
Regents Professor Singh elected to be member of National Academy of Engineering

Tue, Feb 13, 2024

Professor Raj Singh has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He will be inducted into the National Academy of Engineering at the NAE Annual Meeting to be held on Sept. 28-30, 2024.

Helmerich Research CenterResearchMaterials Science and EngineeringNational Academy of EngineeringOSU-TulsaCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyCEAT
Quarter Century of Progress: 25 years of impact in Tulsa

Thu, Dec 21, 2023

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s story doesn’t begin with one university – but four. Before 1986, there was no public four-year university presence in Tulsa. To address this, the City of Tulsa’s redevelopment arm opened the land just north of Interstate 244 to create a higher education campus, University Center at Tulsa, or UCAT. UCAT was composed of OSU, Langston University, the University of Oklahoma and Northeastern State University, providing mainly graduate-level academic programming.

Land-GrantHelmerich Research CenterCenter for Health SciencesState MagazineJohnny StephensOSU PolytechOSU-Tulsatulsa innovation labCollege of Professional Studiesoaire
Millions raised for students at 2023 A Stately Affair Gala

Thu, Dec 21, 2023

Stately Affair: It’s a summer night of glitz, glam and plenty of orange in downtown Tulsa, with the mission to raise money for Oklahoma State University’s presence in the city. This year, the biennial fundraising event at the Cox Business Center raised $2 million for scholarships to benefit OSU-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences students.

President Kayse ShrumOSU PolytechOSU-TulsaState MagazineJohnny StephensOSU FoundationCenter for Health Sciences
OSU Polytech launches with focus on improving STEM education access, workforce development

Tue, Dec 12, 2023

Oklahoma’s leader in advanced technology education has unveiled a new initiative to expand STEM education access and enhance workforce development across the state: OSU Polytech.

OSU-TulsaWorkforceOSUITaerospaceLand-GrantPresident Kayse ShrumOSU-OKCSTEMKyle WrayenergyStrategic PlanOSU Polytech
US Department of Education recognizes OSU as state leader in transfer student success

Mon, Nov 13, 2023

A new report by the United States Department of Education shows students who transfer to Oklahoma State University in Stillwater or Tulsa are more likely to graduate with bachelor’s degrees than any other institution in Oklahoma.

Transfer studentsTulsa Community CollegeNOCjeanette mendezU.S. Department of EducationOSU-TulsaTransfer and Student Veteran Success
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