Tickets on sale for An Evening with Bill Bryson
The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa in partnership with Tulsa Town Hall will present “An Evening with Bill Bryson” on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at Cain’s Ballroom.
Bryson is the author of several bestselling travel books, including The Lost Continent, A Walk in the Woods and Notes from a Small Island. His acclaimed book on the history of science, A Short History of Nearly Everything, won the Royal Society’s Aventis Prize as well as the Descartes Prize, the European Union’s highest literary award. His latest book, One Summer: America 1927, chronicles a forgotten summer when America came of age.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at myticketoffice.com or by calling 918-596-7111. Discounts are available for teachers, students and Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers members. For more information, contact Teresa Miller at 918-594-8215.
Workshop outlines steps to achieving a graduate degree
|Graduate Student Services Center Manager Aaron T. Christenson discusses the value of a graduate degree at a previous workshop.
The OSU-Tulsa Graduate Student Services Center will host Graduate Education: The Next Step on Thursday, Oct. 9 at 5:30 p.m. in North Hall 150. The workshop presents an overview of the Graduate College application process, admissions and enrollment for OSU-Tulsa’s master’s, doctoral and certificate programs.
The free workshop will provide information about applications, including timelines, fees, transcript requirements and letters of recommendation. GSSC staff will share tips on how to prepare for entrance exams and ways to fund your graduate degree.
To learn more about the workshop, contact the Graduate Student Services Center at 918-594-8445, email@example.com or visit the GSSC website.
OSU-Tulsa to host Brown Bag Lunch Series on infant and child development
The Department of Human Development and Family Sciences will begin a Brown Bag Lunch Series on infant and child development at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17 in Main Hall 2220.
The series will include discussion on research related to infant and early childhood mental health. The first discussion will focus on shared meaning between infants and caregivers with future topics including the benefits of child-directed play strategies on Oct. 15 and executive functioning in infants and young children on Nov. 19.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to bring a lunch and attend the free series, which is a partnership between OSU-Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma. For more information about the brown bag series, contact Amy Huffer.
Students, faculty and staff invited to Unity Mixer tomorrow
OSU-Tulsa will host a Unity Mixer tomorrow from 6-8 p.m. in the Tulsa Room, next to the OSU-Tulsa Bookstore.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend, make new connections, play games and enjoy music and refreshments.
When William Sutherland felt he had plateaued in his career, he knew a degree from Oklahoma State University in Tulsa could create new opportunities. The skills he learned while pursuing his bachelor’s degree gave him a broad foundation in business that helped him land a new job. OSU-Tulsa can open the door to more opportunities for you, too. Whether your goal is a Big 12 degree, increased earning power or a more secure future, OSU-Tulsa can help you get there from here.
Hear more about William's story at the OSU-Tulsa website.
Going Green for a Brighter Orange
Everyone’s efforts are what have made our energy conservation program so successful. One person doesn’t make a behavior-based energy program successful. It takes all of us being energy users and savers. The OSU in Tulsa Energy Conservation Program has saved more than $3 million - one decision and one cowboy at a time. Thank you for being part of that success!