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Art Plus to showcase alumni's work, raise funds for scholarships

For the second year, OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Visual Communications is hosting Art Plus, an art show and auction featuring work done by alumni that benefits a student scholarship fund.

OSUIT announces 2015 Hall of Fame inductees, awards reception slated for April 10

Induction into the Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by OSUIT. It recognizes alumni and former students with outstanding achievements in both civic duty and professional life.

OSUIT Orangefest Welcomes Craig Wayne Boyd

OrangeFest, an Okmulgee festival formerly known as Super Saturday, is set for April 10-11, expanding into a two-day event with activities in downtown Okmulgee and on the OSU Institute of Technology campus. Admission and parking are free.

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OrangeFest welcomes Voice winner Craig Wayne Boyd

OrangeFest, an Okmulgee festival formerly known as Super Saturday, is set for April 10-11, expanding into a two-day event with activities downtown around the square and on the OSU Institute of Technology campus. Admission and parking are free.

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Graphic design students compete in Okmulgee Rising logo contest

Okmulgee Rising, the downtown revitalization movement that has gained momentum over the last year, now has its own brand thanks to OSU Institute of Technology graphic design students.

Women Breaking the Mold: Power Plant Technology

Initially Cole Douglas thought she was going to go into the engineering field, but after looking at several programs at OSUIT, she was drawn to Power Plant Technology.

Two OSUIT students selected for All Oklahoma/USA Academic Team

Two OSU Institute of Technology students were recently selected to the All Oklahoma/All USA Academic Team. Martin McCurdy is working on his Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance and Park Davis will graduate with an Associate in Applied Science in Construction Management.

Enrollment open for OSUIT's summer STEM camp

OSU Institute of Technology is offering eighth through 10th-graders an opportunity to experience a slice of college life and learn more about careers in math and science at the Emerging and Converging Technologies Camp May 31 through June 5.

Voices of Okmulgee to showcase local musicians

The Voices of Okmulgee competition on March 28 ties into this year’s OrangeFest headliner, and “The Voice” winner, Craig Wayne Boyd, who will perform on the OSU Institute of Technology campus.

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Women Breaking the Mold: Pipeline Integrity Technology

Being in OSU Institute of Technology’s Pipeline Integrity Technology program is really a family matter for Kalea Arguello and Fernanda Solis, the first females to enroll in the program.

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