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Education Trip Stops at Elvis’s Graceland

Editor’s Note: The is the second article in a series about a family’s education venture from Tulsa to Washington, D,C. and places found in between.

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TCC President Well Prepared for New Role


Dr. Leigh Goodson, Tulsa Community College’s first female president in its more than 40-year history, officially entered her new office on July 2.

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OSU-CHS Honors Professor

The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences Faculty Senate recently presented Dr. Nancy Van Winkle with the Faculty Distinguished Service Award.

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Jake Henry Receives Vision Leadership Award

Jake Henry Jr. has been named the Tulsa Community College Foundation 2014 Vision in Education Leadership Award recipient. He will receive the award at the TCC Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner Sept. 30 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel, 6808 S. 107th E. Ave.

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OSUIT Expands Programs to Meet Workforce Demands

Oklahoma economists are forecasting a boom in manufacturing, and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is responding to the state’s increased workforce demand.

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College Prep at NSUBA

For the eighth year, Northeastern State University and KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) Tulsa College Preparatory, a public charter middle school in Tulsa, has partnered to give seventh grade students a chance to experience college first-hand. This year, the event took place on Aug. 20.

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Summer Learning

ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION: Thoreau students Theodore Spitler, far left, and Josey Orford work together to create a birdhouse with Holland Hall student Carrington Jackson working across the table.

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TPS Receives Grant

Sustainable Tulsa, the Southside Rotary Club of Tulsa and The Henry Bellmon Sustainability Awards formally dedicated Tulsa Public Schools’ new compressed natural gas compressor at the McBirney Bus Lot on Aug. 14. The compressor, which was made possible with a $60,000 grant from the Bellmon Awards, will be used to fuel part of the district’s fleet of 148 CNG-powered school buses.

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President Bill Path Values OSUIT’s Unique Focus


Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology isn’t like most higher education institutions. Dr. Bill Path, president of OSUIT, should know. He has spent almost 30 years in higher education, coming to OSUIT in 2011.

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Family Travels on Education Trip to D.C.


Editor’s Note: This is the first part in a series about a family’s educational venture to Washington, D.C. and the historical places found in between.

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TU Ad Team Wins First Place in Texas

BEST PROMOTION: The University of Tulsa’s National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) team won first place in the best promotion category and had two presenters recognized as “two of the best three in the competition” that was recently held in Austin, Texas, April 16-17. From left are students Kylie Martineau, Charlie Copa, Carly Boatwright, Carolyn Yoder, Ori Anderson, Brandon Baney.

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Student Pursues Nursing Career After Loss


Jennifer Williams is quick to voice the happiness she feels working as a licensed practical nurse at University Village, one of the leading senior living communities in Tulsa.

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Union Schools Education Foundation Announces 2014-15 Trustees

Union Schools Education Foundation is pleased to announce its new Executive Board and 2014-15 Board of Trustees. Each year the Foundation seeks out community and business leaders across the Union District to serve as Trustees. This group of distinguished members of the community join an already active board of volunteers whose mission is to support Union Public Schools, its vision and the students it serves.

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Cascia Hall Sponsoring Presentation by Terence J. Houlihan, MS Ed, CRS

Survival Tips for Parenting Your Teenager: “It’s All in Their Heads!” will be presented by Terence J. Houlihan, MS Ed, CRS, on Monday, August 11, at 6:30 pm in the Cascia Hall Scianna Performing Arts Center. His presentation for parents is open to the public and free of charge. Take the Utica entrance, and go straight towards the stadium parking lot.

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Street School Receives Funding from State

Street School was awarded grant funds from the Oklahoma State Department of Education at the State School Board meeting held July 23, 2014 in Oklahoma City. The funding is part of an Oklahoma Competitive Grant supported by the State Department as part of preparing children to graduate from high school; college, career and citizen ready by 2020.

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