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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017

OSU-Tulsa graduate student designs, tests lithium batteries for NASA

Eric Drake

After earning a master’s degree in materials science and engineering at OSU-Tulsa, graduate research assistant Eric Drake headed to Johnson Space Center in Houston for a summer internship with NASA. Read more.

Environmental science is where the jobs are, OSU-Tulsa professor says

Carla Grogg, operations manager of Grogg’s Green Barn, describes how the organic nursery collects rainwater to use for irrigating plants during a winter intersession class three years ago.

Demand for environmental professionals with knowlege on regulation compliance, waste reduction and business sustainability is high and OSU-Tulsa's Professional Science Master's degree in Environmental Management boasts a 100 percent employment rate for new graduates. Read more.

One-credit-hour courses are fun, educational and convenient

Uncle Sam poster

Students looking for an extra credit hour class have some interesting and quirky options at OSU-Tulsa.

Explore American Art and Design Criticism on five consecutive Saturday mornings or learn about the history of beer or wine during one of these upcoming weekend courses.

Orange Pride: Travis McBride

Travis McBride

Events Manager Travis McBride manages OSU-Tulsa's Conference Center and is also responsible for making university events like graduation and A Stately Affair run smoothly. He is also the latest recipient of OSU-Tulsa's Orange Pride Award for Employee Excellence. Read more.

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