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OSUIT Marketing team, alumnus bring home hardware from annual conference

OSU Institute of Technology was recognized with eight awards at the 23rd Oklahoma Colleges Public Relations Association Annual Conference earlier this month.

Alumnus finds support, dream job through ACR program

Pippins wanted to continue his education at OSUIT's Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology program and was able to with help from the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services.

School of Culinary Arts instructor, alums selected to take part in annual Odyssey de Culinaire fundraiser

Chef Bill Leib selected to participate in Odyssey de Culinaire, a dinner benefit to raise money and awareness for the Oklahoma Hospitality Foundation’s ProStart program, which introduces high school students to careers in the food service industry.

More than blocks: OSUIT-MAIP hosts 13th annual LEGO Robotics Camp

This year's three-day camp had 11 students ages 9 to 11 work in teams to construct a motorized robot from LEGOs, complete with light, sound, touch and ultrasonic sensors, and then program that robot to complete a series of tasks and challenges.

Civil Engineering Technology students receive AGC of Oklahoma scholarships

Mary Kate Rowe and Suzie Gill, both students in OSUIT's Civil Engineering Technology program, recently received $1,000 scholarships from the Association of General Contractors of Oklahoma.

Literacy program at OSUIT receives $10,000 grant

The Workforce Development program housed at OSU Institute of Technology recently received an Adult Literacy Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. The program at OSUIT, which covers Okmulgee, Hughes and Seminole counties, received a $10,000 grant from the foundation.

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OSUIT launches new School of Energy Technologies

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

Regents approve architects, construction for OSU Institute of Technology housing project

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

The OSU-A&M Board of Regents on June 19 selected architects and construction management firms for the next phase of OSU Institute of Technology’s student housing project in downtown Okmulgee.

Regents approve architects, construction for OSUIT housing

The OSU/A&M Board of Regents selected architects and construction management firms for the next phase of OSU Institute of Technology’s student housing project in downtown Okmulgee.

Outstanding Faculty, Staff members recognized at Employee Banquet

At this year's Annual Employee Banquet, Arts & Sciences instructor Thomas Holman was named Outstanding Faculty Member and Nate Todd, director of Prospective Student Services, and Pat Singleton, Student Life staff assistant, were named Outstanding Staff Members in the exempt and non-exempt categories.

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