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Tulsa Tech Board of Education Members Are Honored for Dedication and Service

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

January was School Board Recognition Month, giving local schools and communities an opportunity to honor the more than 2,700 elected school board members for their untiring dedication to children and schools. Tulsa Tech faculty and staff celebrated and recognized Board of Education members during their monthly board meeting on Jan. 26.

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School Bond Vote: Feb. 10

On Feb. 10, residents in the Union school district will vote on a proposed $27 million bond issue.

A 60 percent supermajority is needed to pass. Passage will not increase taxes above traditional levels.

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Rejoice Builds $50 Million Campus


From its beginnings in 1992 as solely a preschool and kindergarten, Rejoice Christian Schools, now with students from three years old to 18, has seen more than a few changes.

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EMT Returns to Alma Mater as Instructor

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

After Joshua Krumm finished high school, his plan was simple: attend college, study education and become a teacher. However, the plan began to change once he found himself inside an ambulance.

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Individuals Honored as 2015 Icons for OSU in Tulsa

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences will honor four individuals who have had a major impact through service to others. The efforts of 2015 Icons for OSU in Tulsa have helped improve the lives of citizens in the community, throughout Oklahoma and across the nation.

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Former OSU-Tulsa President Trennepohl Retires

Dr. Gary Trennepohl, ONEOK chair in finance and regents service professor, retires at the end of 2014 following a 37-year academic career that includes a decade as Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s first president and appointments at five major universities in four states.

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OSU-Tulsa Brightens Skyline

Tulsa’s skyline became a little brighter Nov. 4 as Oklahoma State University-Tulsa hosted a dedication and lights-on ceremony for the new Signature Gateway, located on Standpipe Hill between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Detroit Avenue.

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Spartan Parent Company Invests $4 Million in Expansion

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology announced in October its acquisition of three new planes for its pilot training programs.

The new planes are the result of a $4 million investment in the pilot program by Spartan’s parent company, Sterling Partners. At the announcement, Spartan Chief Executive Officer Peter Harris and President Ryan Goertzen were joined by U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine to officially christen the planes in a ceremonial launch at Spartan’s campus at the Jones Riverside Airport.

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Former Tech Student Launches NASA Career

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Lucas Kinion began preparing for his successful launch back in middle school, when his eighth grade class attended a presentation about careers in engineering. He still credits that presentation for starting him on his path to a position with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), the United States government agency responsible for the space program as well as for aeronautics and aerospace research.

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Student Scores Perfect ACT

HIGH ACHIEVEMENT: Bishop Kelley High School senior Anna Roberts recently scored a perfect 36 on the American College Testing (ACT) examination, her first attempt at taking the test.

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OSUIT, TCC Partner for New Education Options

In October, officials from Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology signed an agreement to make it easier for Tulsa-area students to obtain an associate degree, move seamlessly into a bachelor’s degree and complete all the required classes on TCC’s Northeast Campus.

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TU Names Clancy Head of College of Health Sciences

Dr. Gerard P. “Gerry” Clancy has been selected as vice president for health affairs and dean of The University of Tulsa’s new College of Health Sciences, TU President Steadman Upham announced recently.

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Dressing Those Less Fortunate

STUDENT DRIVEN: Seventh graders at Thoreau Demonstration Academy make dresses for girls in Africa. Upon learning of countries such as Malawi, students decided to create a project that provides dresses for young girls living in countries of extreme poverty. Students and parents have donated supplies, with the project being funded completely by Thoreau parents and students. The goal is to send over 200 dresses this year and to make this an annual seventh-grade project at the school.

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Visit Through Tennessee a Highlight of Education Trip


Editor’s Note: This is the third article in a series about a family’s education venture from Tulsa to Washington, D.C. and places found in between.

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Foundation Gives Donation

The Masonic Fraternity of Oklahoma through its Masonic Charity Foundation recently donated $50,000 to the Corrections Education Program at Tulsa Community College. The program, called Second Chance, enables faculty to teach college courses to offenders who are incarcerated.

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