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OSUIT Master Plan to Bring New Facilities

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology recently rolled out a 25-year master plan for the 160-acre campus in Okmulgee, taking Oklahoma’s only university of applied technology into the next quarter century.

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Cascia Hall Maintains Mission

With so many educational options for young ones, many parents often wonder which school is right for their child.

Since 1926, Cascia Hall, a Catholic college preparatory school for students of all faiths grades 6-12, has held on to its mission to offer a supportive, Christian community as it prepares students for college and life.

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Students Contribute to Community Project

By DR. STEVE TIGER

Although Chelsea Bagwell may resemble the fictional character from the classic fairy tale, her story is quite real, and so are the bears. A couple of years ago this compassionate 7th grader wanted to start a 4-H project, something that would help children who had been in an accident, a natural disaster or foster care. That’s when she came up with the idea of “Stitches of Friendship,” a community service project that wasn’t too small, or too big, but just the right size.

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OSUIT Master Plan to Bring New Facilities

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology recently rolled out a 25-year master plan for the 160-acre campus in Okmulgee, taking Oklahoma’s only university of applied technology into the next quarter century.

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TCC Hosts Theatre Audition Day

Tulsa Community College is hosting the first Oklahoma Theatre Audition Day at TCC Southeast Campus on Feb. 28.

The event gives high school seniors from across Northeastern Oklahoma and transfer students the opportunity to audition for nearly 20 colleges in a single day without having to travel to multiple campuses. In addition, students can learn more about scholarships that are available.

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RSU in Pryor Opens

On Jan. 7, RSU President Dr. Larry Rice and other Rogers State University and MidAmerica Industrial Park officials, pictured at top, celebrated, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, the opening of the new RSU-Pryor campus, 2155 Hwy 69A, located at the industrial park.

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AT&T Offers Job Experience

On Jan. 22, area high school students, AT&T employees and Junior Achievement (JA) officials visited AT&T, 15901 E. Skelly Dr., for a job-mentoring experience called Aspire Mentoring Academy. The program is a part of AT&T Aspire, the company’s five-year $350 million investment in education and has impacted more than one million students since its launch in 2008.

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The Bulletproof Mind: Surviving Violence

Tulsa Community College Campus Police will host one of the nation’s leading law enforcement trainers, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, for a special presentation called The Bulletproof Mind. Grossman is an internationally recognized scholar, author, soldier, and speaker who educates individuals how to survive crisis situations and the danger signs for potentially violent people.

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Bixby Superintendent Discusses School’s Future

By EMILY RAMSEY

Bixby Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kyle Wood spoke recently with Bixby Chamber of Commerce members about the current and future state of the city’s school system.

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Rotary Club of Tulsa Contest Draws Top Student Speakers

By TIM COLWELL

For many years, the Rotary Club of Tulsa has challenged area high school students to model moral and ethical behavior through participation in the Rotary’s Four-Way Test Speech Contest. On Jan. 15, six outstanding speakers competed from area high schools.

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Union Welcomes Chef Michael Fusco

By EMILY RAMSEY

It’s not every day that a professional chef is sighted on a school campus. Yet, that’s exactly what’s happening at Union Public Schools.

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Union Achieves 100 Percent Graduation

By EMILY RAMSEY

As Union Public Schools begins 2014, administrators and staff are already halfway through their first school year with a revised strategic plan and mission statement: to graduate 100 percent of students, college and/or career ready.

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Tulsa Newcomers Burgess and Carter Begin Classes

University of Tulsa Head Football Coach Bill Blankenship announced today that two recent high school graduates, Jabe Burgess of Greenwood (Ark.) High School and Nigel Carter of Tulsa’s McLain High School, began classes today.

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GEB America and ORU Win National Media Award

GEB America was announced as the winner of a Media Award for Best TV Public Service Announcement by National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). The award was designed to recognize the best in technical quality and creativity, while presenting a compelling message about a public service.

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Conference Highlights Technology’s Role in Education

By DR. STEVE TIGER

In December, career and technical education professionals from across the country gathered in Las Vegas, Nev., Dec. 4-7 for the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) national conference, VISION 2013.

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