Riata Entrepreneurial Internship Program now accepting applications
The Riata Center for Entrepreneurship in the OSU Spears School of Business is now accepting applications for the fall Entrepreneurial Internship program. The program is open to OSU undergraduate and graduate students.
Students will work with an entrepreneur, president or senior executive in a company located in the Stillwater, Tulsa or Oklahoma City metropolitan areas. Students will also enroll in independent study to earn course credit for their internship.
To apply online or to learn more, visit the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship's website or email Nola Miyasaki.
Partnership leads to national award
SourceLink Tulsa, powered by the Tulsa Metro Chamber, was recently awarded the Partnership Award at the U.S. SourceLink National Conference sponsored by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The award recognized the partnership between Dr. Margaret A. White, professor of management at OSU-Tulsa, and Chamber staff members Kinnee Tilly, vice president of business retention, expansion and small business, and Warren Unsicker, former small business programs manager. Together, the team explored opportunities for using SourceLink data to better understand services needed by entrepreneurs and how to attract new businesses to the Tulsa region.
USSourceLink is an integrated economic development system that connects aspiring, emerging and established small business owners to a wide network of business-building resource organizations. Dr. White played an integral role in launching SourceLink Tulsa.
Graduation photos available
Congratulations again to the OSU-Tulsa Class of 2011! Photos from the ceremony are available for purchase from Ervin Photography. Visit Ervin’s website to view proofs and place an order. Candid photos from the ceremony are also available on OSU-Tulsa’s Flickr page.
A Stately Affair in Tulsa
Some people spend a lifetime giving to others. At "A Stately Affair in Tulsa" on May 23, OSU will recognize the inaugural Icons for OSU in Tulsa and honor their significant contributions to the community and state.
The 2011 Icons for OSU in Tulsa are Robert McCullough II, D.O., Tulsa business executive Michael P. Johnson, Ebb Reeves, D.O. and the H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust.
Proceeds from the event will fund scholarships for students who plan to attend the OSU Center for Health Sciences or OSU-Tulsa.