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THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2010

Grand Marshals Selected for OSU-Tulsa Graduation

Singh, McGaha-GarnettDr. Valerie McGaha-Garnett and Dr. Raman Singh have been selected as grand marshals for OSU-Tulsa’s 2010 Graduation Ceremony on May 10. The honored faculty members will lead the procession during Monday’s ceremony.

McGaha-Garnett is an assistant professor of applied health and educational psychology and a licensed professional counselor. Her research interests include multicultural counseling, psychosocial adolescent development, mental and addictive disorders, at-risk adolescents and court-mandated interventions.

Singh, associate professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, is the director of the Mechanics of Advanced Materials Lab in at the Helmerich Research Center. His team investigates modern engineered materials and property-structure-processing relationships.

OSU-Tulsa’s graduation ceremony begins at 7 p.m. in The Pavilion at Expo Square. City of Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett, Jr. will serve as the keynote speaker.

Discounted OSU Alumni Membership and Gift Offered to New Grads

The OSU Alumni Association is offering a discounted annual membership to the Class of 2010. A first-year membership is available to new graduates for $15, a savings of $30. Members enjoy many benefits, including OSU merchandise and other merchant discounts, a subscription to STATE Magazine and membership in the Legacy Program.   For more information or to join, visit the OSU Alumni Association website.

New graduates can also receive a free glass tumbler from the Alumni Association. Stop by OSU-Tulsa’s Career Services in North Hall 130 and complete a brief survey before May 31 to receive your gift.

Where will an OSU degree take you?

2010 GraduatesMore than 500 OSU-Tulsa students will graduate this spring, impacting our state’s economy and strengthening our community. Equipped with a high-quality education and an internationally recognized OSU degree, they’ll dream bigger, reach higher and succeed beyond anything they ever dreamed possible. Congratulations, Class of 2010. Check out what advice OSU-Tulsa students have to anyone considering college.

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