Watchmaking students presented with hard-earned certificates, SAWTA watches

Five School of Watchmaking students who graduate on Dec. 11 were recently presented with certificates and unique SAWTA watches for completing a rigorous training program.

School of Watchmaking students attend national conference, network with industry professionals

All 13 students in the program as well as its three instructors attended the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute annual conference held in Kansas City, Mo., in early October.

Their time has come: Graduates praise OSU School of Watchmaking

By Ray Tuttle | Originally published in The Journal Record

The School of Watchmaking at the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology exceeded the expectations of two recent graduates.

Watchmaking Still A Viable Industry

Originally published in The Oklahoman Online on Dec. 27, 2014

The School of Watchmaking at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology graduated six students Dec. 12. Program Chairman Jason Champion said the OSUIT watchmaking programs is one of only seven in the country.

Watchmaking graduates find challenges, fulfillment in unique OSUIT program

The School of Watchmaking, one of the oldest and most unique programs at OSU Institute of Technology, will graduate six students at the 199th commencement ceremony Friday, Dec. 12.

The Wonderful, Wind Up World of Watch Repair

What is as effective as a Swiss clock, but takes years to be born? It’s a watchmaker. This may be a bit of timely watch repair humor, but in all earnestness, people have a multitude of questions related to watchmakers and watch repair.

Grads celebrate, begin new chapter

Nearly 200 OSU Institute of Technology students are now alumni after participating in the 196th commencement ceremony Friday in Covelle Hall on the OSUIT campus.

Alum, student ready for graduation stage

Alumna Laurie Lunow and soon-to-be graduate Lorena Wilkinson are ready to take the podium as the speakers at this semester’s graduation ceremony.

Cowboy Clock Work

OSU Institute of Technology’s world-class Watchmaking and Microtechnology program was featured in the May issue of Oklahoma Magazine, detailing its history, rigorous curriculum and outstanding career placement.