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OSU-Tulsa News

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013

Explore career opportunities at OSU-Tulsa Career Fair

Participants at the OSU-Tulsa Career FairStudents and recent alumni will have the opportunity to connect with area employers at the OSU-Tulsa Career Fair on Feb. 28 from 2-4 p.m. in the Main Hall Commons.

The Career Fair offers opportunities for students in all majors. Participants should come professionally dressed, bring résumés and be prepared to meet potential employers. Participants can also have a free digital photo taken for use on professional websites, blogs and social networking sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

View a complete list of employers and graduate schools attending the career fair and the degrees they are seeking at hireosugrads.com.

Donate used books to OSU in Tulsa Staff Advisory Council

R.D. Bell of the Staff Advisory CouncilThe OSU in Tulsa Staff Advisory Council is collecting donations for the Spring Used Book Sale. OSU in Tulsa SAC is collecting children's books, and adult fiction and non-fiction in paperback and hardcover.

The OSU in Tulsa Spring Used Book Sale is set for Wednesday, March 13 in Founders Hall at OSU-CHS and Thursday, March 14 in the Main Hall Commons at OSU-Tulsa.

Proceeds from the sale will benefit Staff Scholarships. For more information, to donate books or to volunteer for the sale, contact R.D. Bell at 918-594-8136 or rd.bell@okstate.edu.

OSU-Tulsa to provide shuttle parking for Bassmaster Classic

OSU-Tulsa will provide parking for those attending the Bassmaster Classic weigh-in at the BOK Center this Friday. The Bassmaster Classic, considered to be the Super Bowl of fishing, brings 53 of the world's top fisherman to Oklahoma to compete for the title of best bass fisherman.

Fans of the Bassmaster Classic can park for free at OSU-Tulsa (Lot A) and ride a shuttle to the BOK Center for the weigh-in. The shuttle will be available from OSU-Tulsa only on Friday from 10 a.m. to midnight. For information about shuttle routes and parking for the rest of the weekend, visit the BOK Center website.

Taking the next step

Aaron T. ChristensenAccording to U.S. News & World Report, a master's degree could help you earn on average 30 percent more annually than a bachelor's degree. Oklahoma State University in Tulsa offers master's, doctoral and certificate programs in a variety of fields, including education, business, engineering and human services. A graduate degree from OSU-Tulsa can help you advance your career and have a better quality of life. You can get there, from here.

Watch a video of Aaron T. Christensen, graduate student services manager, discussing what stands out most to him about OSU-Tulsa.