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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

wednesday, may 31, 2017


OSU-Tulsa's Smay research leads to 3-D glass printing discovery


Jim Smay, Ph.D., associate professor of materials science and engineering, was part of a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory research team that discovered a 3-D printing technique that improves transparency during the fabrication of glass structures. Read more.

Summer a great time to get needed course credits, explore offbeat topics       

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If you are looking to get ahead in your degree program or to explore specialized topics, there is still time to enroll for the summer semester at OSU-Tulsa. Classes begin June 12. Read more.

Cowboy Aphasia Camp to be ‘testing ground’ for special T-shirts


OSU-Tulsa’s Cowboy Aphasia Camp participants will be testing special T-shirts emblazoned with an array of picture icons to see if they can help people with aphasia communicate with others. The camp begins Monday and goes through June 9. Read more.

Faculty workshop to provide tips on transitioning to online teaching

The OSU Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence will offer a one-day workshop on June 6 in North Hall 250 to provide faculty practical, hands-on solutions to make the transition from face-to-face teaching to online or hybrid instruction. To register, visit the workshop website.

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