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OSUIT LEGO Robotics opens young minds to engineering

The children, ages nine to 12, worked in teams for three days building and programming their LEGO robots to complete tasks like picking up a ball or knocking one off of a tower. This was part of the first of two LEGO Robotics Camps offered this summer by OSU Institute of Technology.

#IheartOSUIT: Kelli Proctor

#IheartOSUIT series asks students, faculty and staff what they love about OSUIT and why.

Salsa business only the beginning for Culinary student

School of Culinary Arts student Catherine Churchill developed a cilantro-free salsa recipe when she was 16 years old. She now manufactures and sells three varieties.

The Center’s new director impressed by OSUIT’s breadth of talent

Now as the new director of OSUIT’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, David Files is once again taking on the role of educator, this time teaching instructors new pedagogical skills and assisting them with distance learning.

Visual Communications alumni, students win big at Graphex 47

This year, three students and 11 alumni were awarded Graphex prizes at the ceremony held May 26, 2016, at Fassler Hall in Tulsa.

OSUIT receives continued federal funding through the Carl D. Perkins Act

OSU Institute of Technology was once again selected to receive federal funding from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act. OSUIT was granted just under $142,000 for the 2015-16 fiscal year.

Visual Communications students express creativity for fundraiser

“Creativity in the Off Hours,” the current exhibit on display in the Conoco Gallery in the OSU Institute of Technology Student Union, are small figures each with its own unique look curtesy of several School of Visual Communications students.

OSUIT students first class of interns at Kimberly-Clark Jenks facility

This is the first time the manufacturing plant has offered internships to OSUIT students, and its employees and supervisors are seeing the benefits to the facility as well as the students.

School of Culinary Arts hosts dessert competition during Okmulgee Pecan Festival

After a decade-long hiatus, Okmulgee’s famed Pecan Festival is back this summer, and OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Culinary Arts is taking part in the festivities.

#IheartOSUIT: Sable Vasquez

#IheartOSUIT series asks students, faculty and staff what they love about OSUIT and why.

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