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OSUIT graduation speakers grateful for education, prepared for future

Gratitude was a theme expressed repeatedly throughout the two commencement ceremonies held Friday, Aug. 26, in Covelle Hall on the OSU Institute of Technology campus.

Franklin Electric Offering Employment Through College Sponsorship

By Staff Reports | Originally published in Latimer County News-Tribune

Franklin Electric’s plant in Wilburton is facing the same challenge that many other manufacturers across the country are battling— hiring employees with proper training or experience in modern manufacturing.

OSUIT-MAIP students utilize assistance to go back to school, change their future

Several former TMK IPSCO employees found OSUIT’s Advanced Training Center at MidAmerica Industrial Park in Pryor through their local Workforce Oklahoma office and are now pursuing an Associate in Applied Science in Manufacturing Technologies.

ACR instructor to retire after 43 years at OSUIT

Bob Walker started teaching at OSUIT in 1973. Now 43 years later he is retiring to focus on his family's farm outside of Okmulgee and turning his classes over to the other instructors in the ACR program who all had Walker as a teacher.


Information Technology alums present at 2016 Tulsa TechFest

For Jessica Hollis and Joel Sallee, the chance to present at the 2016 Tulsa TechFest was an opportunity to share the experience and knowledge they’ve gained on the job and during their time as students at OSU Institute of Technology.

Submar president, OSUIT alum to deliver commencement address at two graduation ceremonies

Nearly 300 students will become OSU Institute of Technology’s newest alumni following two graduation ceremonies Friday, Aug. 26, in Covelle Hall on the Okmulgee campus.

#IheartOSUIT: Sommer Farrimond

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

School of Culinary Arts dean to retire after 30 years at OSUIT

There will be a retirement reception on Aug. 18 from 2 to 4 p.m., in the Reynolds Building Pavilion for Chef Rene Jungo, dean of the School of Culinary Arts.

OSUIT awarded second phase of DoD grant to provide diversification services to aerospace and defense contractors in Oklahoma

The second phase of a Department of Defense grant was recently awarded to OSUIT’s Workforce and Economic Development division to help Oklahoma-based companies with DoD contracts diversify their business to help offset cuts in defense spending and improve sustainability.

Chefs learn new techniques, tips at Modern Cuisine workshop

The School of Culinary Arts at OSU Institute of Technology offered two workshops this summer to chefs and professional cooks in the region.