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Women in Technology to feature female panelists from the energy industry

OSU Institute of Technology will host the annual Women in Technology conference Friday, Nov. 7, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the OSUIT campus, 1801 E. 4th St., in Okmulgee.

TCC, OSUIT brings technology degree programs to Tulsa

Tulsa Community College and the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in Okmulgee signed an agreement Monday that will allow students to earn a bachelor of technology degree at TCC’s Northeast Campus.

Career fairs create opportunities for students, employers

At OSU Institute of Technology, career placement after graduation is a high priority, and our partnerships with industry provide essential connections for students and employers. Career fairs on campus have proven to be a great opportunity to bring the two parties together and are held several times throughout the year for various divisions and programs.

Annual tradition Carnifall brings community to campus

Carnifall, a tradition at OSU Institute of Technology for more than two decades, offers the Okmulgee community a safe and fun event for families and children right on the university campus.

Future of photography up in the air as popularity of drones grows

Drones are the latest technological tool being used by photographers and filmmakers to get those bird’s eye view shots that used to be too hard, or too expensive to capture.

Student goes from LEGOs to Google thanks to OSUIT-MAIP

Treyce Epps was first introduced to OSUIT-MAIP when he attended a LEGO Robotics Camp in elementary school. Now he's studying Electrical and Electronics at the OSUIT MidAmerica Advanced Training Center while also working as an intern at Google.

Alcohol Awareness Week at OSUIT is all about education

For more than a decade, OSU Institute of Technology has hosted events on campus coinciding with Alcohol Awareness Week, a national initiative that aims to educate and raise awareness of the consequences of substance abuse among college students.

OSUIT to join national student mental and physical health initiative

OSU Institute of Technology has announced that it is joining The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program in support of student well-being and mental health. The program is designed to help schools prevent the two leading causes of death in young adults according to the Center for Disease Control— unintentional injuries, including those caused by prescription drug overdoses or alcohol poisoning, and suicide.

Conference gives Natural Gas Compression students opportunity to learn, network

Natural Gas Compression students Ronnie Cheshier, Jonah Hulbutta and T.J. Potter recently had the opportunity to learn more about the energy industry at a gas compressor conference thanks to scholarships from the Engineering and Geosciences program at the University of Oklahoma.

Career Encounters showcases OSUIT’s hands-on programs

More than 1,500 high school and CareerTech students, as well as parents, instructors and adult learners, were on OSU Institute of Technology’s campus Tuesday for Career Encounters, a one-day open house where potential students can get a hands-on experience of the technical programs offered at the university.

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