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Members of OSU Institute of Technology’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society of two-year universities, learned about the “Culture of Competition” recently at the regional convention at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association will take orders for the Official OSU Class Ring at OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee on Friday, October 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the OSUIT Student Union Mall.
OSU Institute of Technology hosted nearly 1,000 students Tuesday for the 6th Annual “Career Encounters of the Orange Kind” and allowed high school students a first-hand look at the technical degree programs offered at the university.
Student loan debt and an uncertain economy have made higher education a questionable investment. Yet OSU Institute of Technology graduates continue to buck the national trend, securing high-paying careers at degree completion with an impressive 99 percent career placement rate.
Glenda Orosco, business instructor at OSU Institute of Technology, is one of five recipients of the 2012 Great Ideas for Teaching (G.I.F.T.) award from the Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges (OACC). She will present about her project – “Making Economics Relevant through Student Produced Videos” – at the OACC conference in early October.
Oklahoma State University is making it easier than ever to view video that showcases its events, people, expertise and spirit with the launch today of OStateTV, available at OState.TV. OStateTV is the one-stop source for OSU video, bringing together all OSU campuses, colleges and organizations, as well as students, employees and alumni, through a variety of online channels on one platform.
Graphic design majors at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) created a visual image that will soon become recognized in Okmulgee as the symbol of a healthy lifestyle. Making healthy food choices, exercising regularly and having access to preventative health care are all elements of making people healthier – which is the goal of the Okmulgee County Wellness Coalition (OCWC).
The recent wildfires have devastated many families across Oklahoma, including many individuals associated with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. Funds have been established to support OSUIT students and others connected with OSU.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology students were treated to a “Welcome Back Lunch” to kick off the new fall semester today.
Two students in the CAT® Dealer Prep program at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology recently received $1,000 tools scholarships from the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. Mike Rowe is the host of the television program “Dirty Jobs,” which promotes awareness of the excellent opportunities in professional technical occupations.
Monday, recently-elected Chair of the OSU/A&M Board of Regents Andy Lester toured Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology and learned why President Bill R. Path refers to it as the “university of jobs.” Lester saw the labs where industry-grade equipment provides the basis for the technological skills taught by industry-trained instructors.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) has been named to the Military Friendly Schools ® list for 2013 by G.I. Jobs Magazine, which is published by Victory Media. The title reflects OSUIT’s current mission of providing service to military personnel, as well as its mission in 1946.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will host the 6th Annual “Career Encounters of the Orange Kind” on Tuesday, October 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the campus in Okmulgee. The event is for high school seniors and adult learners who want to know more about the programs OSUIT offers.
The Beta Alpha Alpha chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at OSUIT was recently named a “5 Star Chapter” by fulfilling all of the requirements set forth by the national PTK office in Jackson, Mississippi.
The fall semester is right around the corner and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is getting ready to “Cowboy Up” with its freshman student orientation. The event will kick off with registration and lunch (provided for new students) on September 4, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. near Covelle Hall on OSUIT’s campus.
Dr. Jennifer Smith, an instructor at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, implemented a service learning project in her classes and the project was a greater success than she ever expected.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is hosting Military Appreciation Day on Tuesday, August 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The come-and-go event is free and is for veterans and active service members and their families. It will be held in Covelle Hall on the Okmulgee campus.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in Okmulgee has received an incentive check for $7,321.17 from Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) for participation in PSO’s Business Solutions program.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology students hosted a voter registration drive in the Student Union recently to educate college students on the importance of voting.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology’s new Tutoring Center – the “Lasso Center” – is now open for students to receive tutoring and as a place to relax and study. The new center is also open for members of the community who are planning to attend college at OSUIT and need assistance in preparing for the ACT or Compass tests.