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OSU-Tulsa News

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011

Free flu vaccination clinics offered for OSU-Tulsa students, faculty and staff

The OSU-Tulsa Health ClinicOSU-Tulsa Student Health Services and the OSU Health Care Center Family Medicine staff will offer free vaccination clinics for OSU-Tulsa students and employees next month.

The clinics will take place from 2:30-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8 and Thursday, Nov. 10 in North Hall 265. All vaccinations will be administered by injection and will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment is necessary.

Students, faculty and staff are asked to come prepared with their OSU identification card, a completed and signed LAIV influenza consent form and a completed and signed patient information form. Faculty and staff should also bring their health insurance identification card. Participants are encouraged to download and review the influenza vaccine information sheet.

To learn more, visit OSU-Tulsa Student Services in North Hall 130 or contact 918-594-8355 or tulsa.wellness@okstate.edu.

OSU in Tulsa surpasses United Way campaign goal

Balloons at the United Way wrap-up cookoffAs this year's Tulsa Area United Way fundraising campaign draws to a close, the OSU in Tulsa campuses have surpassed their joint fundraising goal of $52,011. Together, OSU-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences raised $53,289.78 for the Tulsa Area United Way.

The campaign concluded with a raffle for a downtown entertainment package that was won by Cindy Clark. A final contest announced in the OSU in Tulsa United Way Campaign newsletter to "guess the singer" saw Linda Kincaid submit the first correct guess to win a prize as well. Faculty and staff who have won prizes may pick them up in the Human Resources office in Main Hall 1405 on the OSU-Tulsa campus.

View a short video message from campaign co-chairs Larry Cochran and Ryan Miller thanking the OSU in Tulsa community for their generosity.

Grant-writing services now available from OSU in Tulsa Office of Research

The OSU in Tulsa Office of Research has hired Proposal Development Coordinator Cindie Lamon to provide a wide range of pre-award services for researchers in any college or academic unit at OSU’s Tulsa campuses. Lamon will assist researchers seeking funding in identifying federal, state and local grant sources, both governmental and private. She has served as a grants manager and writer in several public health areas and has experience with coordinating collaborative grant ventures.

Faculty and staff interested in grant research or writing services may contact Cindie Lamon at cynthia.lamon@okstate.edu or 918-561-5783.

Graduate Student Appreciation Week offers a chance to connect

OSU-Tulsa's Graduate Student Services Center has designated Nov. 7-11 as Graduate Student Appreciation Week offering daily receptions for graduate students, faculty and administrators.

Designated reception days for each college are:

  • Monday: College of Human Sciences and School of International Studies.
  • Tuesday: College of Arts and Sciences
  • Wednesday: College of Education
  • Thursday: Spears School of Business
  • Friday: College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology

The receptions will take place from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in Main Hall 1101. Refreshments will be served. For more information visit the GSSC in Main Hall 1101 or call 918-594-8445.

OSU-Tulsa is one of the nation's best college values

A best value collegeAt OSU-Tulsa, you get a high-quality, internationally recognized degree at an affordable price. In fact, OSU was recognized as a 2010 Princeton Review Best Value College. An OSU degree is an investment in your future that will help provide better career opportunities, earnings, benefi ts and job security. That’s value that lasts a lifetime.