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Tulsa Tech Program Meets Industry Demands

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Over 3.5 million professional trucks drivers accounted for 70 percent of the nation’s domestic freight tonnage in 2015, collecting $726 billion in gross freight revenues, according to a recent analysis published by the American Trucking Association. However, even with these record-setting numbers, there is still one problem facing the industry; professional trucking companies do not have enough qualified drivers to meet their growing demand.

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Kingston Trio Concert to Benefit Will Rogers H.S.

The Kingston Trio, the American folk and pop music group that launched the folk revival of the late 1950s to the early 1960s, will present “Holiday Cheers” at the Will Rogers High School Auditorium, 3909 E. 5th Pl. in Tulsa on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 2 p.m., sponsored by the Will Rogers High School Community Foundation.

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Former Student Sees Full Circle of Success

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

For over 50 years, the state’s oldest and largest CareerTech institution has provided quality technical education to thousands of high school and adult students. Each day, Tulsa Tech helps students make their own path and begin their individual journey toward a successful career.

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TTCU The Credit Union Presents $52,000 Donation to Tulsa Tech

TTCU The Credit Union recently presented a $52,000 donation to Tulsa Tech. The gift was the culmination of TTCU’s SOS – Support Our Schools challenge campaign and School Pride program.

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Eastern Honors Owasso Graduate

Mykaela Jones and Zach Fowler recently received the Larry Stone Award for their overall contributions, teamwork and citizenship as athletes at Eastern Oklahoma State College. The award is named after the late Larry Stone who played football and baseball at Eastern in the early 1960s. Presenting the award are Stone’s siblings Sherri Stone Frederick, far left, and Terry Stone, second from right, and Eastern alumnus and former teammate Dr. Henry Migliore,far right.

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TCC, Lobeck Foundation Name StartUp Winner

The Tulsa StartUp Series named Spring Noodles the winner of the Food/Retail Live Pitch Series held July 20 at 36 Degrees North. Spring Noodles is a healthy alternative for quick service restaurants with an Asian style noodle bar.

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TU to Launch Nursing Doctoral Degree in College of Health Sciences

The School of Nursing in the University of Tulsa’s Oxley College of Health Sciences will launch a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree program beginning in January 2017. The program is designed to equip nursing professionals with education and clinical experiences to manage care and lead change within a dynamic healthcare environment. TU is one of only three universities in the state of Oklahoma to offer a DNP program.

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NSU’s College of Business Named Top 30 in Affordablity

The Northeastern State University College of Business and Technology was recently named among the Most Affordable Business Schools 2016 by College Choice, a leading authority in college and university rankings and resources. NSU is ranked number 29 of the 30 schools that made the list.

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OSUIT Student Starts Business

Like a lot of recipes and innovations, Catz Salsa was born out of a need to change the status quo.

“I have an aversion to cilantro, a salsa staple. It makes me nauseous. So it was hard for me to find a salsa I liked,” says Catherine Churchill.

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ORU Ranks High Among Elite Nursing Programs

The Oral Roberts University Anna Vaughn College of Nursing program has been ranked 35th out of more than 350 nursing schools in the southwest region.

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Tulsa Tech Students Win National Scholarships

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

This summer, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members from across the country gathered in San Diego to network with fellow students, attend program workshops and leadership sessions, and compete in events related to their careers.

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TTCU Collects School Supplies

For the 15th year, TTCU The Credit Union is teaming up with organizations in northeast Oklahoma to raise money and supplies for children in need through Project School Supplies, July 11-Aug. 31.

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Community Gives Over $100,000 to Street School

Street School, a national award-winning alternative education high school in Tulsa, raised $102,911 in three weeks in June after oil and gas company Canada Company announced its Double Impact challenge.

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Tulsa Tech Alum Runs Successful Business

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Tulsa Tech’s Automotive Service program teaches students how to perform basic and advanced diagnostics in a modern facility and how to troubleshoot and repair complex automotive systems. In this rapidly-changing industry, students need to learn and have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience, working on a variety of vehicles and learning various techniques to optimize vehicle operation and performance.

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TTCU Pledges $1 Million to Area Schools

TTCU The Credit Union announced on June 2 a $1 million pledge match to benefit school districts in its service areas in northeast Oklahoma. At the same time, TTCU announced the launch of SOS–Support Our Schools, a major matching pledge fundraising effort to raise significant funds for Tulsa area school districts.

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