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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

WEdnesday, March 29, 2017

Blum to share experience creating a college course through community partnerships

Denni Blum, associate professor of social foundations and qualitative inquiry, standing right, speaks during the first meeting of the Child Sex Trafficking course at OSU-Tulsa last spring.
Denni Blum, associate professor of social foundations and qualitative inquiry, standing right, speaks during the first meeting of the Child Sex Trafficking and Schools course at OSU-Tulsa last spring.

Dr. Denni Blum, associate professor of social foundations and qualitative inquiry, will share her experience creating and facilitating a child sex trafficking awareness course at noon on April 13 in North Hall 150.

“Child Sex Trafficking and Schools: A University Course Response to a Community Need” is part of the OSU-Tulsa Library Faculty Lecture Series and targets faculty, students and educators. The presentation is free and open to the public. To RSVP, go to the OSU-Tulsa Library website. The first 20 people to RSVP will receive a free lunch. Read more.

Former OSU-Tulsa Trustee named to Oklahoma Women's Hall of Fame

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Glenda Love, longtime director of the Ronald McDonald House in Tulsa and former OSU-Tulsa Trustee, has been named to the Oklahoma Women's Hall of Fame.

She was a member of the UCT Authority Board from July 2000-June 2015 and the OSU-Tulsa Board of Trustees from July 2005-March 2015. Read more.

OSU-Tulsa to host Heels for Words Walk

Walk in high heels during the 2017 Heels for Words Walk on Saturday, April 15 at OSU-Tulsa to raise money to provide treatment for people with aphasia.

The event begins at 9 a.m. in Lot A. Registration starts at 8 a.m.. Aphasia affects the ability to use and understand words after a stroke, brain tumor or other head injury. For more information, visit Heels for Words.

Prepare for severe weather

Spring in Oklahoma often brings storms and and severe weather. For shelter locations and severe weather safety information, visit the OSU-Tulsa weather website.

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