Teachers and administrators are looking forward to the 2010-2011 academic year and all of the educational opportunities that are in store for students.
Five members of the Oklahoma men’s track and field program were named to the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Track and Field Team the organization announced Thursday. Eric Bailey, D’Andre Fisher, Rob Sorrell, Jeremy Sudbury and Kevin Williams were all named to the team after top performances on and off the track throughout the 2010 season. The Oklahoma men were second among all schools in the Big 12 with the five athletes on the team while Nebraska lead the conference with eight.
Northeastern State University has accepted an invitation to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (). Dr. Don Betz, President, and Jeffrey Konya, director of athletics, made the official announcement Thursday afternoon.
Central Oklahoma also formalized its move to the . Northeastern State and will notify the Lone Star Conference of their withdrawals prior to the Aug. 1 deadline as required in the Constitution.
TULSA (July 29, 2010) – Dozens of the country’s finest authors and artists, including three Pulitzer Prize winners, acclaimed poets, playwrights and novelists and even the First Lady of Rockabilly, will visit Tulsa in September for the Celebration of Books.
Teachers and administrators are looking forward to the 2010-2011 academic year and all of the educational opportunities that are in store for the students.
Teachers and administrators are looking forward to the 2010-2011 academic year and all of the educational opportunities that are in store for students at Bixby Public Schools.
Oral Roberts University is unveiling a new way for individuals and organizations from the region to facilitate a world-class event or conference.
TU Uncorked, held this year at Cain’s Ballroom, has become an annual tradition the Alumni Association. Each June TU Uncorked is held and features tastings from wineries and samplings of foods from Tulsa’s local restaurants. Entertainment is showcased while live and silent auctions are held.
A 2.4 percent undergraduate resident tuition and mandatory fees increase was approved for Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology by the State Regents for Higher Education on Thursday, June 24, 2010. This was well below the average 5.1 percent system average increase at other universities across the state. The tuition and fee increase for in-state residents will go into effect for the 2010-11 school year.
The Elements for iPhone 4 is an essential download released today in the iTunes App Stores in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, France, and Germany. Based on the best-selling iPad version by Theodore Gray, this beautiful electronic book about the periodic table shows off Apple’s new device to perfection.
Tulsa Air and Space Museum Partners with the Memorial H.S. Robotics Club to bring Robotics Camp to Life
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum’s () annual Aerospace Summer Camps are in full swing offering a variety of topics including aviation, rocketry, and space exploration. One set of camps in particular has proven overwhelmingly popular and completely filled up in a matter of days. The topic, Robotics, and some of Tulsa’s brightest high school students are leading the week long adventures which introduce grade school students to the technology and excitement associated with the science of robots.
While many young students are enjoying a summer
break from school, a group of local early childhood educators are heading back to the classroom.
Oral Roberts University will offer a leadership studies degree completion program beginning this August. The program, which is designed for working adults, allows students the ability to complete this degree in 12 – 18 months by attending a series of classes offered one night a week.
What is the most important thing that we can do to close the achievement gap in Oklahoma, and guarantee that all children graduate from high school ready to succeed in college and careers? Research shows that a great teacher in every classroom and a great principal in every school will make the most impact. Oklahoma recently made tremendous strides in making this a reality, with the passage of Senate Bill 2033. SB 2033 is an education reform bill that ties teacher and principal evaluations in part to student academic growth, increases the cap on teacher incentive pay and creates new tools for turning around failing schools.