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OSU-Tulsa News

THURSDAY, September 16, 2010

OSU-Tulsa plans fall workshops for graduate students

Graduate Student WorkshopsThe Graduate Student Services Center will offer a variety of workshops and presentations this fall to give graduate students the resources they need to successfully earn their degree.

The workshops begin Tuesday and continue through Nov. 2. Sessions are designed to assist students with each stage of their graduate career, from entrance exams and funding opportunities to research basics and thesis reviews.

All events are free and open to new and current graduate students, as well as those considering graduate school. For a complete list of scheduled events, visit the GSSC website or call 918-594-8445.

Adventure film tour stops at OSU-Tulsa today

Experience an evening of adventure, excitement and the exhilarating beauty of mountain landscapes as the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour stops at OSU-Tulsa today.

The international film festival features a collection of the most inspiring and action-packed, environmental and adventure mountain films. The tour, which includes stops in 30 countries, is produced by The Banff Centre in Calgary, Ontario, Canada, in cooperation with National Geographic.

Oklahoma’s only showing is tonight at 7 p.m. in the OSU-Tulsa Auditorium. Tickets are $15 and are available for purchase at Sun and Ski Sports at 6808 South Memorial Drive. For more information, call 918-378-1010

Bedlam Run to affect entrances to OSU-Tulsa Saturday morning

Bedlam RunAccess to OSU-Tulsa from the Greenwood Avenue entrances will be closed Saturday from approximately 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. for the Bedlam Run in Tulsa’s Blue Dome District.

The event includes a 5k race that will go through the OSU-Tulsa campus, beginning at Archer Street and continuing north on Greenwood Avenue to King Street.

Students, faculty and staff and are encouraged to enter campus using the main entrance at Detroit Avenue and John Hope Franklin Boulevard. Drivers may experience some traffic delays.