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OSU-Tulsa News

Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014

Learn how to get involved at Student Organization Fair

Representatives meets with potential recruits during the 2013 Student Organization Fair.
Representatives meet with potential recruits during the 2013 Student Organization Fair.

Students can learn about ways to be involved on campus during the Student Organization Fair hosted by Campus Life. The fair is Monday through Aug. 28 from 3-5 p.m. in the North Hall Lobby.

Representatives from OSU-Tulsa’s student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions and provide information about goals, volunteer opportunities, meeting times and membership. There are 16 student organizations at OSU-Tulsa.

Josh's Sno Shack will be serving free snow cones each day while supplies last. For more information, visit the Campus Life website or call 918-594-8450.

Events, workshops planned to aid students with job search

Students visit the Career Center during Welcome Week.
Students visit the Career Center during Welcome Week.

OSU-Tulsa Career Services is hosting several free events and workshops during Career month to assist students and alumni with their employment search. The fall career events calendar culminates with the OSU-Tulsa Career Fair on Thursday, Oct. 9 from 3-5 p.m. in the Main Hall Commons.

Workshops cover a variety of topics like employment background checks and career pitfalls to avoid. Career Services will also host several résumé critiques and career fair success sessions, as well as a mock interview day to help participants practice responses to common employer questions.

For a complete list of scheduled events, visit the Career Services website or call 918-594-8404.

Start the year off right with OSU-Tulsa’s energy conservation program

Going Green

Oklahoma State University in Tulsa has saved $3 million through the university’s energy conservation program. Energy Education Manager Angelyn Holmes credits students, faculty and staff with the program’s success.

Holmes says there are simple and easy things you can do to help:

  • Shut down computers and electronic devices when not in use.
  • Report water leaks and dripping sinks to the Tulsa Helpdesk.
  • Turn off lights when leaving an empty office or classroom.

To learn more about OSU in Tulsa’s efforts and discover things you can do at home to join the effort, visit the Energy Conservation website.

Show your Cowboy pride on College Colors Day

College Colors Day Logo

Wear your orange apparel and show your OSU pride for College Colors Day on Friday, Aug. 29. The annual tradition encourages college students, alumni, faculty and staff to show their support for their university on the final Friday in August.

OSU-Tulsa fans can show their spirit on social media by posting pictures on the OSU-Tulsa Facebook page or tagging @OSUTulsa on Twitter or @OKStateTulsa on Instagram and using the hashtag #CollegeColors.