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Rogers Hall of Fame To Honor Inductees

What do rock and roll legend Leon Russell and S. E. Hinton, author of The Outsiders, have in common? Both are members of the Will Rogers High School Hall of Fame in Tulsa.

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OERB Offers STEM Grants

The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB) is offering $2 million in grants to aid in bolstering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) materials and equipment in every Oklahoma school district.

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Cascia Hall Names New Headmaster

On July 1, Fr. Philip Cook, O.S.A., will take the helm as Headmaster of Cascia Hall Preparatory School.

Cook has served at Cascia Hall off and on for the past 25 years. He came to the school in 1993 where he earned a reputation as an esteemed teacher of Theology and Latin in the middle school. After two years at Cascia, he moved to Chicago to complete his studies. Once ordained to the priesthood in 1997, he returned to Cascia Hall.

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ORU Chapel an Integral Part of Student Life

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

The Oral Roberts University campus is home to unique architecture in many of its structures, with gold tones and unorthodox shapes. One building is an echo of the large tents that held the revivals of Christian televangelist Oral Roberts. Students, faculty, staff and administrators gather twice per week in Christ’s Chapel for a 60-minute chapel service. No classes are held during this time, and campus dining closes for chapel attendance.

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2017 Brought Student Success at Tulsa Tech

News from Tulsa Tech by DR. STEVE TIGER

Now that the holidays are over, we find ourselves returning to work, school, and the busy schedules that accompany life in general.

While 2018 will certainly offer many exciting opportunities for Tulsa Tech students, faculty, and staff, this past year was full of activity, and included some major accomplishments in 2017.

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TCC Named Bellwether Finalist

Tulsa Community College has been named a finalist for a national Bellwether award. The selection as a finalist is recognition for the work the school has done in less than two years as part of the Pathways Project, a national initiative sponsored by American Association of Community College and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Data Show OK Education Still Behind

Oklahoma is falling further behind neighboring states and the nation when it comes to education investment, according to new federal data released recently.  

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OERB Offers $2 Million STEM Grant

The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB) is offering $2 million in grants to aid in bolstering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) materials and equipment in every Oklahoma school district.

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OSUIT Renovates Historic Building in Downtown Okmulgee

The Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology Grand Old Post Office Student Housing, a project that took nearly three years to complete, opened its doors to the public recently after a grand opening dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Student Wins Scholarship to Pursue Mechanical Interest

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Teddy Girma, an adult student in Tulsa Tech’s Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning program (HVAC), is one of Tulsa Tech’s latest scholarship recipients thanks to a grant offered by the Oklahoma Mechanical Inspectors Association (OMIA).

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Steadman Upham Receives Posthumous Recognition

The University of Tulsa President Emeritus Steadman Upham has been posthumously elected as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Career Academy Student on Mayor’s Youth Council

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Career Academy students, like all Tulsa Tech students, work hard to succeed and, ultimately, are responsible for achieving their academic and personal goals. They are required to do the work, complete the assignments and pass the exams in order to thrive. They truly make their own path to success.

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Hillcrest Partners with Cascia Hall for ‘Free Library’

Community leaders have joined forces with students from Cascia Hall’s Library Advisory Council to promote literacy in downtown Tulsa through the development of the area’s first Little Free Library.

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Holland Hall Recognizes 2017 Distinguished Alumni

The Holland Hall Alumni Association and its board recently honored Dr. Jay Wohlgemuth (Class of 1988) as its 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award winner and Dr. Kara Beair Butler (Class of 2002) as its 2017 Young Alumni Achievement Award winner.

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Students to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Two Cascia Hall seniors have been chosen to participate in the Honors Performance Series, a program through Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House.

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