Guardians of the Grid: Young linemen find ‘life on the lines’ to be challenging and rewarding.

By Mary Logan-Wolf | Originally published in Oklahoma Living

Like a lot of kids fresh out of high school, Arlan Penrice graduated with a question mark over his future. After some pondering, he thought he’d study to become an electrician at the OSU Institute of Technology (OSUIT) in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, a move that would provide useful trade skills plus an associate degree. He mentioned his plan to his neighbor, and as Penrice recalled, the man didn’t mince words.

Ginnie Graham: Combat veteran paints to help fellow graphic design students

By Ginnie Graham | Originally published in Tulsa World

Sgt. Legrand Strickland felt a calling for a couple of things: design and combat.

Speaking about his contribution to Friday’s ArtPlus exhibit and art sale to benefit students in the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology’s School of Visual Communication, he speaks softly but passionately about both.

Is The "T" In STEM Supposed To Be Silent?

By Dr. Bill R. Path | Originally published in Forbes

One thing is certain, in higher education, we love a good acronym. Our college campuses are absolutely littered with them. It seems like the name of every department, degree, course, and building are shortened to a convenient set of letters—making up a secret code students must learn to decipher. So, it is not strange at all that the STEM acronym was so easily incorporated into the educational environment of truncated vernacular.

Cooking advice from OSUIT chef instructors makes Thanksgiving simple

By Jessica Rodrigo | Originally published in Tulsa World

Thanksgiving meals prepared by trained chefs and home cooks aren’t that different. There are side dishes, desserts and, of course, a turkey.

Apple, Google, and OSU?

OSU only educational organization named as one of four Green Power Partners of the Year

Originally published in The Oklahoman Online Dec. 9, 2014


OSUIT Pipeline Program Meets Industry Needs

OSUIT, TCC Partner for New Education Options

Career showcase Tuesday night at Choctaw Business Park in McAlester

High Voltage Program

Originally published in the Bartlesvill Examiner, Nov. 20. 2014

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OSUIT Pipeline Program Meets Industry Needs

By Staff Reports | Originally published in GTR News

Representatives from the Gas Processors Association (GPA) and Gas Processors Suppliers Association (GPSA) visited the OSU Institute of Technology (OSUIT) campus in September for a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony of the newly-renovated GPA/GPSA Midcontinent Chapter Classroom in the school’s new Pipeline Integrity Technology program.