OSUIT in the News

OSUIT Repeats as Lowest Debt in 15-State Region

By Kathryn McNutt | Originally published in The Oklahoman

Four Oklahoma schools are ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the category of Best Regional Colleges in the magazine's 2017 report released last week.

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Scotfest celebrates heritage with expanded festival

By Jerry Wofford | Originally published in Tulsa World

Expanded Highland Games, more fun events and raucous music will bring a bigger dose of Scotland to Tulsa this weekend with the 37th annual Scotfest.

Franklin Electric Offering Employment Through College Sponsorship

By Staff Reports | Originally published in Latimer County News-Tribune

Franklin Electric’s plant in Wilburton is facing the same challenge that many other manufacturers across the country are battling— hiring employees with proper training or experience in modern manufacturing.

Oklahoma community college students make all-academic team

By Kathryn McNutt | Originally published in The Oklahoman

The Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges recognized 35 outstanding two-year college students Monday at the state Capitol.

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Line Crew Provides Crucial Assistance At Accident Scene; Tulsa City Council To Commend Action

By Staff Reports | Originally published in PSO Newsletter

Never underestimate the importance of a simple hand tool, like a hammer. In certain circumstances, it can help save someone’s life. That’s exactly the case last Friday morning, when Dean Franklin and his line crew showed up at the right place and time and with the right tool – a hammer – to assist with a motorist’s medical emergency in Tulsa.

MOTORTECH Donates $50,000 In Training Equipment To OSUIT

By TB&LN staff | Originally published in Tulsa Business & Legal News

OSU Institute of Technology’s Natural Gas Compression program got an early Christmas present in December with a donation of almost $50,000 in new trainers.

CEO Gives OSUIT Commencement Speech

By Staff Reports | Originally published in GTR Newspapers

LIVE THE DREAM: On Dec. 11, Founder and CEO of Express Employment Professionals Robert Funk served as commencement speaker on the campus of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology at the graduation ceremony of OSUIT’s 202nd graduating class.

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HGTV star encourages students at OSUIT event to enter construction, trades

By Samuel Hardiman | Originally published in Tulsa World

Amy Matthews wants to inspire women to seek careers in the trades...

Trouble Attracting Qualified O&M Personnel?

By Staff Reports | Originally published in Excerpt from Combined Cycle Journal

OSUIT launched its two-year Power Plant Technology Program in 2007. Instructor Terry Hanzel, who has powerplant and oil-and-gas industry experience, told the editors that about 15 students are accepted into the program annually; typically a dozen will graduate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree.

OSUIT Launches New School of Energy Technologies

By Lesa Jones | Originally published in Tulsa Business & Legal News

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in Okmulgee launched a new School of Energy Technologies that is expected to better position the university to prepare a sustainable workforce for the region’s oil and gas industries.

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