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New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans

New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans

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.

Building a residential safe room
Thu, May 17, 2018

Oklahomans may opt to build a safe room for an added level of protection from the destruction tornadoes can cause.

Which safe room is right for your family?
Thu, May 17, 2018

After deciding to invest in a safe room, one of the next major steps is settling on where to place it in the home, either in new construction or as a retrofit.

$2.8 Million Combined Scholarship Gifts to Benefit Oklahoma FFA and 4-H Students
Thu, May 10, 2018

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU- CHS) today announced $2.8 million in combined gifts for medical school scholarships to benefit rural Oklahoma high school students participating in FFA and 4-H. OSU-CHS was the beneficiary of two significant gifts, $1 million from the Joseph E. Robert, Jr. Charitable Trust, and $1.8 million from the Estate of Audrey M. Hendershot.

Personal challenges inspire personal training career
Thu, May 10, 2018

After battling depression and weight gain her freshman year, Oklahoma State University student Rachel Hester found the help and inspiration that made her career choice clear.

OHCE continues a long history of service to Oklahoma, the nation and the world
Wed, May 09, 2018

Oklahoma Home and Community Education, Inc. is dedicated to helping Oklahomans live their best lives.

OSU Graduate Students Awarded $8,000 Counseling Fellowship
Fri, May 04, 2018

The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation recently selected two Oklahoma State University graduate students for the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program-Youth (MFP-Y). Chabreal Atkins McDaniel and Y. Ade Bakare will each receive $8,000 to support their education and facilitate their service to underserved minority populations, with a specific focus on transition-age youth (ages 16-25).