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Power Plant Technologies student helps save a life while on internship

Ryan Majors is completing his internship at Siemens Chouteau Power Plant at MidAmerica Industrial Park. On July 21, he and a coworker he was paired with were alone in the breakroom during lunch when his coworker suffered a massive heart attack.

High Voltage alum helps restore more than power after 2015 storm

Kendall Kihega along with five other linemen and two foremen spent an afternoon removing damaged wooden lighting structures and installing new ones at baseball fields in Sand Springs.

Cafeteria kitchen renovation project underway, dining services move to State Room

Lunch and dinner meals are being served to students, faculty and staff in the Tech Room and State Room and dining services staff are utilizing kitchen space and computer lab space in the School of Culinary Arts.

Academy offers hands-on experiences at OSUIT for middle, high school students

The week-long academy, funded by the Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education, shows eighth through 10th graders how math and science are immersed into all types of careers.

#IheartOSUIT: Jason Champion

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

Storm recovery, outages part of the job for high voltage linemen

Students and instructors in OSU Institute of Technology’s High Voltage Lineman program who have worked during storm recovery and major outages say the experience is exciting and exhausting, dangerous and fulfilling.

OSUIT Awarded Gene Haas Foundation Manufacturing Grant

OSU Institute of Technology was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation to provide scholarships to students pursuing a career in the manufacturing industry.

Pokémon GO Inspires OSUIT Students To Get Moving, Get Creative

If you thought people walked around distracted by their phones before, just you wait. Pokémon GO, the newest game craze made for mobile devices just launched.

School of Culinary Arts again offers continuing education on Modern Cuisine

Chefs and cooks can brush up on new cooking techniques and use the latest culinary tools during one of OSU Institute of Technology School of Culinary Arts’ Modern Cuisine workshops.

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.

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