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Student Uses Personal Experience to Teach Healthy Living

By JIMI KUSEK

As part of a Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) project, Tulsa Tech Apparel Design student Jimi Kusek recently spent two days visiting a first grade class at Tulsa Public Schools’ Skelly Elementary to talk with them about the importance of exercise.

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Owasso Graduate Recognized at Eastern Oklahoma State College

Eastern Oklahoma State College and Owasso High School graduate Mykaela Jones was recognized at last year’s Larry Stone Award event.

Jones graduated in May last year with a degree in life science. She also earned the Southwestern Bell Telephone Endowed Scholarship in 2014 and 2015. She was named to the President’s Honor Roll for fall 2015 and was invited to join the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society in 2015. Jones played in Eastern’s first-ever soccer game in the fall 2015. During her time on the team, she played in 38 games and was a starter in 37.

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OU-Tulsa Hosts UK Minister

On March 8, Henry McLeish, former First Minister of Scotland, visited the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa’s Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture, as the inaugural guest for the center’s new series of “Fireside Conversations” that will feature small group visits with important figures in global arts, politics and culture.

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Student’s Story Pays Tribute to OSU Tragedy

Broken Arrow High School graduate Stetson Payne won fifth place in the college feature writing category of the 57th annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Awards Program, in which 141 entries were received from 74 schools.
Payne will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

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TTCU Donates to NSU

Northeastern State University recently received a $6,000 donation from TTCU The Credit Union as part of TTCU’s School Pride Visa Check Card program for area schools.

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Tulsa Tech Helps to Break Cycle of Incarceration

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Recently, Tulsa Tech provided training to students from the Tulsa Reentry One-Stop, whose mission is breaking the cycle of incarceration by assisting men and women returning to the workplace and the community. This effort includes providing development of career pathways in high-demand occupations, services that enable participants to advance toward employment, and support services that help facilitate successful reintegration into society.

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Students to Test Financial Literacy

JA Finance Park presented by Bank of Oklahoma will host nearly 1,000 students in its inaugural session.

More than 1,000 local students are expected to put their financial literacy skills to the test in a simulated city where each decision they make impacts their take home pay and livelihood. Local high schools are invited to participate in Junior Achievement of Oklahoma’s JA Finance Park presented by Bank of Oklahoma April 10 – 21 at Tulsa Tech Peoria Campus.

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TCC to Offer Drone Training Course in April

With the growing popularity of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly known as drones, Tulsa Community College is offering a pilot training program. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the complexity and evolving Federal Aviation Administration Part 107 rules and regulations for small UAS operators as well as hands-on flight training.

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PSO Supports Area Robotics Programs

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO), an operating unit of American Electric Power, is awarding robotics team grants totaling $26,000 to schools in its service areas across the state. Of that total, $13,500 has been awarded to Tulsa-area schools.

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HVAC Student Pushes Past Gender Stereotypes

News from Tulsa Tech by DR. STEVE TIGER

Each year, the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education recognizes students who have chosen to study specific programs based on interests and abilities, rather than traditional gender roles, with the aptly named Breaking Traditions Award. Nominees for the award contribute by creating more awareness and support of all non-traditional students and programs.

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Union Communications: Responsive, Flexible

By EMILY RAMSEY

Since forming in 1919 with just four students in its first graduating class, Union Public Schools has shown itself to be responsive with the changing technological times. That aspect couldn’t be more evident than in its communications department.

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2017 OSU in Tulsa Icons Named

An Oklahoma State Regent for Higher Education, a prominent Tulsa charitable organization and a generous philanthropist who left his mark on the city have been selected as 2017 OSU in Tulsa Icons by Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences for their contributions to the university, the state of Oklahoma and the nation.

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Fulbright Scholar Researches Global Food Security

Professor Istvan Feher, a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, is teaching this semester at The University of Tulsa and Tulsa Community College. TU and TCC joined to host the Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence for the 2016-2017 academic year. Community partners include Tulsa Global Alliance and the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at TU.

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Cascia Hall: One of the Nation’s Great Private Schools

By K.J. WEBB

Cascia Hall Preparatory School was founded in 1926 by the Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel, of the Order of Saint Augustine. It is rooted in the teachings of St. Augustine of Hippo and promotes the Augustinian values of Truth, Unity and Love. These values guide the Cascia community and prepare Cascia students for college and life.

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Tulsa Tech Students Are Sold On Real Estate Classes

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Buying or selling a home, for a majority of people, is one of the most important and exciting decisions made during their lifetime. Choosing a real estate professional continues to be a vital part of this process. Realtors are well-informed about critical factors that affect a specific market area, such as changes in market conditions, consumer attitudes, and financial interest rates.

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