Middle school students to tour OSU-Tulsa engineering facilities
A group of Tulsa seventh and eighth graders will wrap up a week-long Tulsa Alliance for Engineering summer camp on June 22 with a tour of OSU-Tulsa and construction sites in downtown Tulsa.
During the camp, students will visit all six of the educational intuitions that make up the alliance – Tulsa Tech, Tulsa Community College, OSU-Tulsa, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, Oral Roberts University and University of Tulsa.
Participants will visit OSU-Tulsa on June 22 to learn about engineering programs and complete a paper airplane experiment. Wallace Engineering is partnering with OSU-Tulsa for the event and will provide tours of their construction sites in the Brady District for the students. The goal of the Alliance is to increase the number of engineering graduates for Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Juneteenth celebration to honor history of Greenwood district
Tulsa’s Juneteenth celebration will come to OSU-Tulsa tonight at 7 p.m. in the auditorium as Oklahoma Rep. Jamar Shumate speaks. The event will also feature several young entrepreneurs, and Mario Williams with members of the nonprofit group Living Above Many Expectations.
Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, is a holiday that commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the United States.
OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting today and tomorrow in Tulsa
The OSU/A&M Board of Regents will conduct their June meeting today and tomorrow in Tulsa.
The Planning and Budgets Committee and the Branch Presidents Meeting are scheduled this afternoon at the Downtown DoubleTree. The Fiscal Affairs Committee and Academic Affairs, Policy and Personnel Committee will meet Friday morning before the general meeting at 10 a.m. at OSU-Tulsa.
The OSU/A&M Board of Regents is the governing board for OSU, OSU-Tulsa, OSU Center for Health Sciences, OSU Institute of Technology, OSU-Oklahoma City, Connors State College, Langston University, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and Oklahoma Panhandle State University.
OSU Energy Education
When going on vacation for a few days, turn the thermostat on the A/C to 78-85 degrees and Auto if the area will be unoccupied. This will help you save money because the unit will only come on if the area gets that warm. When you return, reset the thermostat to 74-78 degrees for summer energy savings. A lower temperature setpoint will not cool the space any faster.