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The Current: OSU-Tulsa News

wednesday, Oct. 25


OSU-Tulsa professor seeks to reduce high teen pregnancy rates

Dr. Karine Shreffler and student

In a state with one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the nation, Dr. Karina Shreffler, professor of human development and family science, is leading a National Institutes of Health research project to find out the best way to reduce it. She is the recipient of the 2017 OSU-Tulsa President's Fellows Faculty Research Award. Read more.

Veteran Success Center grand opening set for Nov. 7

Minding the Silence flyer

OSU-Tulsa will open its Veteran Success Center at 4 p.m. on Nov. 7 as part of a week-long observance of Veterans Day. The university also will plant 1,700 American flags on Nov. 6 to honor those who lost their lives in the global war on terrorism. Read more.

Learn how an MBA adds value to your career during Nov. 2 session

Ashley Lorenz

Kenneth Kern, OSU assistant director of business graduate programs, will discuss how earning an MBA provides advantages for your career during an information session at noon in North Hall 140 on Nov. 2. Dr. Raj Basu, special project advisor, will be available for the question-and-answer session. To learn more about the program, visit the OSU-Tulsa Master of Administration website. Read more.

Associate professor to lead seminar Friday on Tulsa health disparities

Minding the Silence flyer

The Center for Family Resilience will host a seminar by Dr. Mike Stout, George Kaiser Family Foundation Endowed Chair in Family and Community Policy at OSU-Tulsa, about efforts to reduce Tulsa health disparities on Friday at 12:15 p.m. in Main Hall 2227. The presentation is free and open to the public. A light lunch will be provided at noon. Read more.

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