PASS Program to Serve 55 Elementary Schools
The Partnership for the Availability of School Supplies () program announced over 24,000 Tulsa and Union Public Schools students will receive free sets of school supplies for the 2010-2011 academic year. Each set of supplies includes crayons, glue, markers, pencils, paper, scissors and other items critical for learning. Supplies are delivered directly to school buildings over the summer and ready for students when the 2010-2011 academic year begins in the fall.
Leading College Campus Tour Provider Launches Suite for iPhone, Facebook and Web
YourCampus360, a New York City-based start-up announced the launch of its suite of virtual college campus tours on the iPhone, Facebook and the web. The company has provided college campus tours for universities such as Syracuse University and Stony Brook, among others nationwide.
Claremore Hosts Education Programs on Illegal Trafficking and Abuse of Prescription Medications
89 law enforcement officials from police departments, sheriff’s offices and government agencies located across the Northeastern Oklahoma attended an educational seminar in Claremore on Thursday, May 20, to learn how to fight illegal trafficking and abuse of prescription medications. The seminar was co-sponsored by the Claremore Police Department and the Healthy Community Partnership with additional educational support provided by pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma L.P.
MidAmerica Industrial Park Partnership with OSUIT Honored by Regents
OKMULGEE. Okla. — The nation’s largest rural industrial park, MidAmerica Industrial Park () of Pryor, has been honored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for an innovative partnership with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. The educational partnership has helped the Park maintain its edge as one of the leading centers for manufacturing, processing and distribution in the United States.
OSUIT Engineering Technologies Students Receive Scholarships from Georgia-Pacific
OKMULGEE, Okla. – Georgia-Pacific recently awarded scholarships to five Engineering Technologies students at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. The company has been providing advisory support to the program for several years and according to Division Chair Mike Taylor, they wanted to increase their level of involvement.
OSU-Tulsa Announces Scholarship for New Education Graduate Students
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is launching a new scholarship program for Tulsa-area professionals interested in an advanced degree in education.
Missouri State Announces Spring 2010 Graduation Candidates from the Tulsa Metro
Missouri State has announced its 2010 graduation candidates. Several are from the area in and around Tulsa.
Hemendra Shrigopal Sarda – Masters in Public Health ()
Kimberly Henderson – Bachelor of Science (BS)
Lacey A Dake – Bachelor of Science in Education ()
Inasmuch Foundation Announces $150,000 in Grants to Tulsa Area Organizations
Bob Ross, president and of Inasmuch Foundation, announced today the distribution of $150,000 in grants to six organizations serving the Tulsa area.
Emerging Technology Utilized at Edison
Macrosolve and Waller & Company Public Relations have teamed together to launch an iPhone App for Edison High School. This is the first public high school app to be developed for mobile devices.
BK Merit Scholarship Winners Named
Bishop Kelley senior Elizabeth Biggs has been selected as the winner of a National Merit $2,500 Scholarship which is underwritten the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
SCU Expands to Tulsa
Southwestern Christian Univ-ersity of Bethany, Okla. has recently announced its planned entry into the Tulsa educational market for the fall of 2010. Accredited by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, continues to transition from its historical role as a bible college to that of a Christian liberal arts university.
TPS Teacher Sees Progress
Seniors are making plans to take a step forward while looking back on the memories that they have made while attending Tulsa Public Schools. From their very first day of class to their last, seniors have experienced a number of positive changes that their school has undergone.
Union Students Reflect, Look Forward
As seniors graduate in May, many are finalizing plans to take a step forward while looking back on the memories that they have made while attending Union High School.
SANGIMIGNANO 1300, New Museum Dedicated to Medieval San Gimignano, Italy, Announces Grand Opening
History buffs, tourists, families and residents of San Gimignano can now experience the city’s past first-hand with the grand opening of SANGIMIGNANO 1300. This new museum features a hand-crafted reconstruction of the entire city of San Gimignano as it existed in 1300, as well as various exhibits, depictions and presentations about the city and those who lived inside and outside of its walls in medieval Tuscany.
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