North Hall cooling tower upgrades begin Monday
As part of the continuing energy conservation project underway at OSU-Tulsa, crews will begin installing a new energy efficient cooling tower in North Hall on Monday. During this upgrade, those in North Hall, Administration Hall and the OSU-Tulsa Auditorium may notice temperatures that are warmer than usual.
The OSU-Tulsa Physical Plant expects the project to be completed by Jan. 7. The upgrade was scheduled to begin after finals week to cause the least amount of disruption to students.
Plans are also underway for additional energy upgrades at OSU-Tulsa, including the installation of two energy efficient chillers and air handlers in Main Hall. OSU-Tulsa has contracted with Johnson Controls of Tulsa to complete work on the project, which began in November with upgrades to restrooms on campus, and is scheduled to be finished in April.
Career Services at OSU-Tulsa: Ready to assist students and alumni in their job search
Make plans now to attend free events and workshops hosted by Career Services at OSU-Tulsa.
From Jan. 29 to Feb. 28 there are events set to help prepare students to meet their career goals. The winter calendar of events will conclude with the OSU-Tulsa Career Fair on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 2-4 p.m. in the Main Hall Commons.
Workshops will focus on topics such as job search strategies, the legal aspects of job interviews and business etiquette. Participants can also attend résumé critique sessions and mock interviews to improve their skills.
For a complete list of scheduled events, visit the Career Services website or call 918-594-8404.
Be Prepared for Winter Weather
With winter approaching, OSU in Tulsa Safety Manager Matt Sharpe is encouraging everyone to prepare their vehicles in the event of inclement weather. Sharpe recommends following these tips from the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management to keep you safe on campus and on the road this winter.
Winter Weather Awareness Tips
- Have your car winterized before winter storm season.
- Make a kit for your car with a windshield scraper, de-icer, snow shovel and small broom for ice and snow removal.
- Pack several blankets or sleeping bags.
- Keep a bag of sand or cat litter to use for traction in case your car gets stuck.
Check local media stations for weather-related closing information or check the OSU-Tulsa homepage for the latest information on campus closing. Information will also be posted to OSU-Tulsa's Facebook and Twitter with a recording on the main campus number at 918-594-8000.