Visual Communications

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.

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.

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.

#IheartOSUIT: Abby Hogle

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

Third Annual ART Plus art show and sale to raise money for Visual Communications scholarships

ART Plus is April 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., at Fly Loft, 117 N. Boston Ave., #201, in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District. Proceeds from the sale go to the Visual Communications Student Scholarship Fund. In its first two years, the event had raised more than $20,000 for scholarships aimed at second-year students so they can continue their education.

Combined career fair offers students, companies opportunity to network

The fair was aimed at students in the schools of Construction Technologies, Energy Technologies, Engineering Technologies, Information Technologies and Visual Communications.

#IheartOSUIT: Mayra Ruiz-Valtierra

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

Four from OSUIT recognized with NISOD Excellence Awards

OSU Institute of Technology is recognizing several faculty and staff as winners of the 2016 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Excellence Awards.

Visual Communications alum honored for his Tulsa International Mayfest designs

Bryan Cooper, OSU Institute of Technology School of Visual Communications alumnus, has once again been recognized for his design work for arts and music festival Tulsa International Mayfest.

Team from OSUIT takes top prize at Main Street 48 Hour Film Festival

Two OSU Institute of Technology students took the first place prize for their six-minute thriller “Move On.” Marlie Sawyer and Ricky Cuellar are both photography students in the School of Visual Communications.

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