Student Wins Scholarship to Pursue Mechanical Interest
Teddy Girma, an adult student in Tulsa Tech’s Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning program (), is one of Tulsa Tech’s latest scholarship recipients thanks to a grant offered by the Oklahoma Mechanical Inspectors Association ().
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.
Career Academy Student on Mayor’s Youth Council
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.
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.
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.
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.
OK Foundation for Excellence Seeking Nominations
The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, a nonprofit organization that recognizes and encourages academic excellence in Oklahoma’s public schools, is seeking nominations for its 2018 Academic All-State Scholarships and Medal for Excellence Awards.
Tulsa Tech Instructors Pursue Advanced Degrees
Tulsa Tech provides state-of-the-art Federal Aviation Administration () training in airframe and powerplant programs for systems operations, landing gear maintenance, electrical troubleshooting and turbine engine operation. Students benefit from not only industry-driven, up-to-date equipment and aircraft for their career training but also instructors who have years of valuable aviation industry experience.
Street School CEO Appointed By Gov. Fallin for Youth Program
Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Dr. Lori McGinnis-Madland to serve as a Commissioner for the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth (). McGinnis-Madland will serve for a minimum of two years and work with 18 other commissioners who will work to develop and improve services to the children and youth of Oklahoma.
OSUIT Commencement Speaker Encourages Graduates
Pushing yourself and rising to your potential was a theme expressed throughout the two commencement ceremonies held Friday, Aug. 25, in Covelle Hall on the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology campus in Okmulgee.
TCC Vision Dinner Sets Fundraising Record
The 2017 Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner set a fundraising record as the evening honored Alison Anthony, the newly named chief operating officer of the Tulsa Area United Way. In addition to honoring Anthony, the event also marked the 10th anniversary of Tulsa Achieves, a program that serves as a nationwide model for public higher education.
Dr. Gerard Clancy Continues TU’s Leadership Legacy
Editor’s Note: University of Tulsa President Dr. Gerard Clancy is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue. was the first news group in Greater Tulsa to introduce “10 People to Watch,” which launched in January 2009.
Tulsa Tech Recognizes Student Scholarship Winners
The Tulsa Tech Education Foundation recently awarded eight $500-$1,000 scholarships to adult students, through the Foundation of Excellence Scholarship program. Rocky DeCamp, Kirk George, Trisha Ann Locke, Hayden McAbee, Arysson Stolicny, Leticia Stone, Dalton Wilson, and Derek Zyburt were all awarded scholarships based upon merit and performance in the classroom. The individual recipients were honored with a check presentation and award earlier this summer at Tulsa Tech’s Skyline administration campus.
Vatterott Celebrates 20 Years
CAREER TRAINING: In August, Vatterott College celebrated 20 years of career education in Tulsa. From left are Dave Lopez, Oklahoma secretary of state; Cheryl Beese, Vatterott vice president of operations; and Rene Crosswhite, president of Vatterott Educational Centers, Inc.
Spartan Announces Pilot Recruitment Partner
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology and Envoy Air, Inc., (formerly American Eagle Airlines) announced in August their partnership in Envoy’s Cadet Program to recruit and train pilots eligible for hire upon degree and training completion.
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