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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

thursday, sept. 14, 2017


Career Services offers events to assist with employment preparation

Career Events logo

OSU-Tulsa Career Services has planned events throughout the fall semester to provide students information on writing resumes, negotiating salaries and networking with potential employers. Read more.

‘Google and Beyond’ workshops help students dig deeper in research

Woman studying in the OSU-Tulsa Library

Students can gain valuable strategies to produce more relevant search results and write better research papers during OSU-Tulsa Library workshops in September and October. Read more.

Free suicide prevention training open to students, faculty and staff

Dr. Valerie McGaha

Dr. Valerie McGaha, associate professor of applied health and educational psychology, will lead a suicide prevention training session for students, faculty and staff from noon-1 p.m. on Sept. 28. in North Hall 150. Read more.

OSU-Tulsa Cineculture Club presents ‘All the Difference’ film today

All the Difference film poster

OSU-Tulsa's Cineculture Club will present a screening of the documentary All the Difference at 5:30 p.m. in North Hall 150 on Sept. 14. Local attorney and legislative liaison Damario Solomon Simmons will lead a discussion about the film after the screening. Read more.

Creative writing contest open for entries

Pen on orange

Students are invited to submit poetry and short stories for the 11th annual OSU-Tulsa Creative Writing Contest. The deadline for submission is Nov. 17. Winners will be announced on Dec. 1. Read more.

Class rings available for order Sept. 18

Dr. Valerie McGaha

Class ring representatives will be in the North Hall Lobby from 3-7 p.m. to answer questions, size rings and take orders. To learn more about the rings and their significance, visit the Orange Connection website.

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