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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

November 1, 2017

Center for Poets and Writers to host poet, literary activist on Nov. 9

Dr. Karine Shreffler and student

Allison Hedge Coke, an award-winning poet and literary activist, will give a special reading as a guest of the Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa on Nov. 9 at Greenwood Cultural Center. Read more.

OSU-Tulsa provides 'home base' for graduate assistants

Minding the Silence flyer

Graduate assistants now have a place to use for research or study in Main Hall. The secure space was renovated specifically to meet the needs of faculty and their graduate assistants. Read more.

Prepare for winter weather ahead

Ashley Lorenz

As temperatures in the Tulsa area begin to dip lower, OSU-Tulsa asks that students, faculty and staff become familiar with the university's severe weather policies. OSU-Tulsa rarely closes, but classes may be cancelled in the case of extreme weather conditions or emergency situations. Read more.

Tulsa Citywide Research Day open to students, faculty

Minding the Silence flyer

OSU-Tulsa students and faculty are invited to submit posters and papers for the fifth Citywide Research Day on Nov. 10 at University of Oklahoma-Tulsa's Schusterman Learning Center. The free event is sponsored by Tulsa Research Partners, a collaboration of OSU-Tulsa, the OSU Center for Health Sciences, the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, the University of Tulsa, Tulsa Community College and the Oklahoma Innovation Institute. Read more.

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