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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

monday, july 10, 2017

In service to community, OSU-Tulsa police officer helps lost elderly man find his way

OSU-Tulsa Police Officer Jack Robison patrols campus and the surrounding community.

A disoriented 83-year-old man in a car flagged down OSU-Tulsa police officer Jack Robison on campus one rainy day this spring.

“He asked for directions and I asked him where he was going. He said he didn’t know. I asked him where he was coming from and he didn’t know that either,” Robison said. "I knew the gentleman needed help."

With the assistance of Robison and OSU-Tulsa Police Chief Melvin Murdock, the man found his way to his son's home in Florida. Read more.

Oklahoma inventors offered free professional advice at OSU-Tulsa event

OSU-Tulsa faculty show Mitsubishi company officials a composite pressure vessel fuel tank developed and produced at the Helmerich Research Center in partnership with a local startup business. Mitsubishi executives visited the HRC in April 2015.

Oklahoma inventors are invited to show off their product ideas and get professional development advice at the Helmerich Research Center during Show N’ Go from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on July 18.

Hosted by the OSU New Product Development Center, the event will provide 30-minute time slots for individuals to present their inventions to a panel of experienced business and engineering professionals. Registration is free. Read more.

Join Pistol Pete during Faculty and Staff Appreciation Lunch

Executive assistant Karen Castle, left, Pistol Pete and executive assistant Annette Morey greet Pistol Pete during last year's faculty and staff lunch.

Enjoy lunch with Pistol Pete during the Faculty and Staff Appreciation Lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. tomorrow in Main Hall Commons.

OSU in Tulsa Human Resources is hosting the 'Pistol Pete Goes to the Beach' event. For questions, email Human Resources.

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