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Photography Teacher Has Industry Experience

News from Tulsa Tech by Dr. STEVE TIGER

Each day the students at Tulsa Tech have an opportunity to learn career skills from talented, award-winning instructors who are eager to share their valuable years of industry experience with those willing to learn. Joey Johnson, Photography II instructor and recent Master Photographer Degree recipient, feels that the exact moment when a student learns a new concept is the biggest award an instructor receives.

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School, City Officials Announce Aerospace Academy

In April, Mayor Dewey Bartlett along with Tulsa Tech Superintendent Dr. Steve Tiger and Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard announced the launch of the Tulsa Tech Aerospace Academy for area high school students that will begin this fall at the Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus.

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B.A. Educator Lives Her Dream

By EMILY RAMSEY

After the school day ends at Oak Crest Elementary, Amanda Bowser’s walk down the hall isn’t quick. That’s not only due to the congestion of students in the hallway. No, it’s mostly because of the hugs that Bowser stops to give to students.

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Teacher Shares Students’ Enthusiasm

By EMILY RAMSEY

Terri Storjohann may have played school a lot when she was growing up, like many future teachers, but it was her time spent volunteering that sent her down her initial teaching path.

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TCC Names 2014 TYPros Chair as Commencement Speaker

Isaac Rocha, a graduate of Tulsa Community College and the 2014 Tulsa’s Young Professionals’ chair, will deliver the keynote address at the 45th annual Tulsa Community College Commencement Ceremony. The event begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 8, 2015 at the Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University, 7777 South Lewis in Tulsa.

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Union Teacher Builds Relationships

By EMILY RAMSEY

Ami Reynolds’s path in education started largely due to her love of English and her desire for a career that would surround her in that subject on a daily basis.

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Owasso Education Foundation Benefits Students

By EMILY RAMSEY

Owasso residents are showing through their support of the Owasso Education Foundation (OEF) how they feel about their city’s public education system.

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Tulsa Tech Student Makes Her Own Path

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Haley George always did well in school. An instinctive and creative problem-solver, with a smile that lights up any room, she had no difficulty keeping up, successfully passing her classes, or facing the unique challenges high school students often encounter. However, halfway through high school, things began to change, and the challenges, along with the amount of overdue coursework, grew quickly.

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ORU Offers New Cinema, Television And Digital Media Degree Program

The Oral Roberts University College of Arts and Cultural Studies is offering a new Cinema, Television and Digital Media (CTD) degree program. The degree examines mass media in popular culture with an intense focus on the production of film, television and interactive media.

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AT&T at OU-Tulsa

AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson, above, a University of Oklahoma alumnus, was the featured speaker at the 15th anniversary celebration of the OU-Tulsa Telecommunications Engineering Program March 6-7 at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Learning Center.

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Tulsa Achieves Provides Free Tuition

Tulsa Community College launched Tulsa Achieves in 2007 as a program designed to provide all Tulsa County high school seniors the opportunity to attend college at no cost to their families – to achieve in life regardless of their ability to pay. Within a few months TCC’s first-time attending students from Tulsa County nearly doubled. The recent national recommendation to make community college free for all citizens proposes to take a public program that has worked well in Tulsa to the national level.

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Flight Night Gives Proceeds

STUDENTS TO BENEFIT: Flight Night, a local nonprofit event focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, recently presented $361,000 in 2014 event proceeds to Fab Lab Tulsa and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance. Pictured from left are Terrell Siegfried, Flight Night co-chair; Xan Black, program director with Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance; Annie Tyndall, communications and marketing coordinator at Oklahoma Innovation Institute; Mandy Leemhuis, president of Tulsa Charity Flight Night; and Flight Night co-chair Bailey J. Siegfried.

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Margaret Hudson Promotes Education

By EMILY RAMSEY

Genell Coleman, executive director of the Margaret Hudson Program, wants to see the program gain the recognition she believes that it strongly deserves.

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TPS Welcomes Incoming Superintendent

On Feb. 2, Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved the naming of Dr. Deborah Gist as the school district’s next superintendent and the first woman to lead the school district, to replace Dr. Keith Ballard on July 1.

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Jenks Awards Educator’s Efforts

By EMILY RAMSEY

Looking at Jenniffer Callaway’s 22 years in education, one word accurately and succinctly describes it: growth.

Her eagerness and drive to always achieve and improve her horizons, no doubt, played a major role in her being named Jenks Public Schools’ 2015 District Teacher of the Year.

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