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Culinary students volunteer at Oklahoma Sugar Art Show

Every year, students from OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Culinary Arts volunteer their time during the two day event to help out with everything from loading and unloading cakes, running errands for organizers and cake artists, assisting during cooking demos, and monitoring the cakes while on display to the public.

Career Encounters to showcase OSUIT's hands-on programs

High school seniors, CareerTech students and adult learners are encouraged to attend Career Encounters to get an up-close, first-hand look at the is wide range of programs OSUIT has to offer on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

OSUIT Assessment Center receives national recognition

OSU Institute of Technology Assessment Center has achieved national status as a leader in excellent testing practices through its test certification from the National College Testing Association (NCTA).


Two OSUIT grads experience culture and culinary arts in Germany

Donetta Sessions and Rebecca Smay, who both just graduated from the School of Culinary Arts in August, spent their last semester abroad completing their internships in Germany.

Patterson first student in M-Power program to graduate from OSUIT

In the case of student Danielle Patterson, the M-Power program really lived up to its name. Patterson started in the workforce training program to help her better improve her life skills and job skills.

New outdoor lab provides Pipeline Integrity students real world experience

From a layman’s perspective, the Phillips 66 Pipeline Integrity Outdoor Lab is relatively nondescript, save for a few large pipes on the ground.

British baking challenge set as fundraiser for study abroad scholarship

What better way to raise money for OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Arts & Sciences Study Abroad Scholarship than to exploit someone’s sweet tooth— and competitive nature?

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.


OSUIT ranked No. 1 in region, No. 3 in nation for graduates with the least amount of debt

For the second consecutive year, OSU Institute of Technology was ranked first for students to graduate with the least amount of debt in the West region in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 list of Best Colleges released Wednesday. The lowest debt load distinction places OSUIT third among all regional colleges in the nation.

Chef Gene Leiterman brings love of teaching, passion for cooking to role as new School of Culinary Arts dean

He is now serving as dean of OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Culinary Arts, but his journey from cooking in his kitchen to overseeing a culinary school had several twists and turns.