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OSU-Tulsa News


OSU-Tulsa kicks off “Twelve Days of Enrollment”

A Partridge in a Pear TreeThe end of the semester and holiday break are almost here. Now is the time for students to meet with advisors and enroll in spring classes.

OSU-Tulsa has launched “The Twelve Days of Enrollment,” a countdown of the final 12 days for advising appointments and enrollment before the holiday break Dec. 24-Jan. 2.

Students can schedule an advising appointment in the North Hall Lobby from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. or call 594-8271. All undergraduate students must meet with their advisor to enroll.

Visit OSU-Tulsa’s website to view “12 Reasons to Enroll Early” and learn how you can enter a drawing to win a pair of OSU basketball tickets for the OU and Texas games in Stillwater

Research opportunities available for OSU-Tulsa students

OSU-Tulsa students will have two opportunities to showcase their research next semester.

The inaugural OSU in Tulsa Research Day is scheduled during Research Week on Feb. 25 at OSU’s Center for Health Sciences. Undergraduate and graduate students from any academic area can register for poster and oral presentations. The submission deadline is Jan. 21 and students can register online.   

OSU will launch the first volume of the “OSU Journal of Undergraduate Research” next year. OSU undergraduate students can submit research papers until March 25 for consideration. Papers from all academic disciplines will be accepted. Submission packets are available online.

OSU wins four awards at Statewide Distance Learning Conference

ODLA LogoOSU won four awards during the recent annual conference for the Oklahoma Distance Learning Association, an organization dedicated to developing techniques and technologies that eliminate the barrier of time and place in delivering quality education and training.

Charles Gray, lecturer of management science and information systems, received the Best Practices Award for Distance Learning Teaching. Dr. Hong Lin, manager of faculty development in OSU’s Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, received the Best Practices Award for Online Programming. 

The Outstanding Development and Application of Technology award was presented to Elaine Johns, teleconferencing manager. Finally, the award for Innovative Use of New Technology and/or Delivery System was presented to Dr. Steve Marks for his work on the OSU/NASA Inspire Project.