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Tulsa World:  Red Fork film festival set for this weekend

The Red Fork Native American Film Festival, hosted by Tulsa Community College, will showcase American Indian films and artworks Friday and Saturday. more...

Journal Record:  Putting lessons into practice: TCC to add physical therapy clinic, education center

TULSA – Tulsa Community College will add a nearly 9,000-square-foot physical therapy clinic and education center just east of its downtown Tulsa campus. more...

Tulsa World:  TCC breaks ground on Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic

Tulsa Community College honored the memory of a former student and advocate for people with disabilities Wednesday as officials broke ground on a physical therapy clinic bearing his name. more...

Fox23TCC breaks ground on Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic

Tulsa Community College began construction on the Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic at the TCC Metro Campus in downtown Tulsa. more...

KWGS:  Work Begins on a New Downtown Physical Therapy Clinic for TCC

Tulsa Community College breaks ground on a new Physical Therapy Clinic named after disabled activist Nate Waters. The dirt is turned for the Clinic just across the street from TCC’s Metro Campus. more...

KOTV:  TCC Breaks Ground For Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic

TULSA, Oklahoma - The dream of a Tulsa native who dedicated his life to making his hometown a better place came true Wednesday. more...

Tulsa World:  Groundbreaking held for new Nate Waters clinic at TCC

Tulsa Community College hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for its Nate Waters Physical Therapy Clinic. more...

Urban Tulsa:  From Flicks to Falsettos - A film festival and French farce for you

Entry into nearly any store at this time guarantees the public will be bombarded by seasonal merchandise from the upcoming holidays -- skeleton masks, pilgrim hats, and reindeer, oh my! It really seems as though there's nationalistic festivities for nearly everyone -- excluding the original Americans, the Native Americans. One of Tulsa's best kept secrets at Tulsa Community College's West Campus seeks to change that. 

Tulsa Business and Legal News:  Red Fork Native American Film Festival marks 10 years at TCC

Tulsa Community College will host the annual Red Fork Native American Film Festival on Friday, Oct. 18 and Saturday, Oct. 19.  This year’s event marks the 10th anniversary of the festival at TCC West Campus, 7505 W 41st Street South.  The event is presented each year in association with the TCC Native American Studies Program. more...

Tulsa World:  Editorial: McKeon to leave Tulsa Community College and Tulsa stronger: McKeon to end TCC presidency

Tom McKeon worked his way from the ground level to the president's office at Tulsa Community College. more...

KWGSTCC Leader Retiring

There will be changes ahead at Tulsa Community College. Thomas K. McKeon, Ed.D, only the third president in the history of Tulsa Community College, announced today he will retire effective July 1, 2014. more...

Fox23TCC president to retire

Thomas K. McKeon, Ed.D, the president of Tulsa Community College, announced he will retire effective July 1, 2014.  McKeon was named President in July 2004 and will have served as President 10 years upon his effective retirement as a 33-year employee of Tulsa Community College. more...

Tulsa WorldTCC president announces his retirement

Tulsa Community College President Tom McKeon stunned TCC faculty, staff and students on Thursday by announcing during a regents meeting that he is retiring July 1, after 10 years on the job and a total of 33 years at the school. more...

Journal RecordTCC President to Retire

TULSA – Thomas K. McKeon will retire effective July 1 from the Tulsa Community College presidency.  McKeon became just the third president in TCC history in July 2004, replacing Dean P. VanTrease. Through a decade atop the college, McKeon saw TCC grow to 28,000 students, with more online degrees and concurrent students than any other higher-education institution in Oklahoma. more...

Tulsa Business and Legal News:  Tulsa colleges proactive in enrollment and graduation

Every year new and returning students choose Tulsa colleges as their vehicles for reaching their educational and career goals. Colleges are focusing greatly on enrolling, retaining and graduating more students every year. more...

Tulsa World:  Women in Transition program pushes return to college

Standing outside the doors of the Women in Transition workshop, Starr Mayo stared at the $5 in her hand and debated.  She could go to the workshop as planned, sure. That’s why a friend had loaned her the money. But she could also use it to buy food. more...

News OK:  BIO Matters: It's share and share alike for Tulsa Biotech Consortium members

Jim Stafford: Groups work together through biotech partnership in Tulsa.

TULSA — Ken Miller and Diana Spencer told me the same story one day this summer about a Ph.D. student, although neither was aware the other was sharing it. The two college professors were 13 miles apart on separate campuses. more...

Urban Tulsa Weekly:  Theatrical Literature: And symphonies galore this weekend

Easy To Love: This is Dr. Barry Epperley's last season with the Signature Symphony. While the Classics portion of the season kicked off in September, Epperley and company launch the Pops part of the season with Easy to Love, a collection of popular music from a wide variety of composers -- and that's a change from the way they've done this sort of thing in the past.

A Deficit of Attention: Better take your meds for this one.  Feeling distracted by all the gadgets in your life? If so, the TCC Theater Department has the play for you. 

Fox23:  Great Day Green Country - Giving Back: Life-Changing Workshop

Starr Mayo shares her story about going to college and how attending the Women in Transition workshop changed her life. more...

Tulsa WorldTCC rides free: program benefits students, faculty TCC-Tulsa Transit program helps students, faculty/staff get to campus

Charles Smith remembers well the day he first heard of the TCC Rides Free program. It was this summer, and the Air Force veteran was at home, living on a fixed income with no car.  "When I heard it on the news that morning, I immediately came up and got my stamp so I could be one of the first ones to get one," said Smith, 53. more...

Fox23:  Great Day Green Country

Live interview segment What’s Happening in GC: Tulsa Mini Makers Faire

Maker Faire – Xan Black and Tommy Henderson more...

Fox23:  Great Day Green Country

Live interview segment  For Your Education: Banned Books Week.

TCC Librarian Adam Brennan talks about Banned Books Week and shows a number of classic books that have been challenged or banned.  He also mentions a lunch and learn on the issue of censorship hosted at TCC Metro Library on Wednesday, Sept. 25. more...

KTUL:  Good Day Tulsa

Live interview segment TCC Librarian Adam Brennan talks about Banned Books Week

Adam Brennan shows a number of classic books that have been challenged or banned at some point including Catcher in The Rye which was challenged in Tulsa in 1960.  He also mentions a lunch and learn on the issue of censorship hosted at TCC Metro Library on Wednesday, Sept. 25. more...

Tulsa World:  Editorial: TCC Second Chance program inmates, saves money

Tulsa Community College is pushing a plan to educate prison inmates so they will have marketable skills when they are released - and save the state money in the process.  The school started its Second Chance program in 2007. It takes TCC professors into Conner Correctional Center in Hominy and Turley Correctional Center in Tulsa County to teach courses in business computer use, hotel management, restaurant management and horticulture. more...

Fox23:  Great Day Green Country

Live interview segment What’s Happening in GC: Signature Symphony at TCC more...

KTUL:  Good Day Tulsa

Live interview segment with Barry Epperley, Jim Fellows and Christy Andrews about season opener for Signature Symphony at TCC more...

Tulsa World:  Startup Cup narrows field to six new companies

The TCC Startup Cup’s search for entrepreneurial excellence narrowed its scope to six finalists Tuesday.  The seven-month competition, sponsored by Tulsa Community College and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, picked the top six after hearing 12 semifinalists make pitches last week. more...

Tulsa World:  Pianist to use only one hand for recital Saturday in Tulsa with Signature Symphony

Thomas Lanners first became acquainted with the music he will play Saturday night in Tulsa via a TV show.  "I remember as a kid watching this episode of 'M*A*S*H,' " said Lanners, a professor of piano at Oklahoma State University. "One of the casualties is a guy who was a concert pianist as a civilian and he loses the use of his right hand because of his wounds." more...

Tulsa Business and Legal News:  Don Walker honored at Tulsa Community College Foundation’s 14th Annual Vision Dinner

The Tulsa Community College Foundation honored Don Walker, President and CEO of Arvest Bank Tulsa, for his contributions to the greater Tulsa area through his community involvement and his quiet, selfless and effective leadership. He was presented with the 2013 Vision in Education Leadership Award during a dinner on Sept. 10 at the Cox Business Center. more...

Tulsa WorldTCC StartUp Cup semifinalists pitch business plans to competition's judges

Imagine camping in the middle of a hot Oklahoma summer or attending an outdoor sports event with a cooler that serves as a portable air conditioner.  That's the cool idea behind the potentially hot market for a product called IcyBreeze. more...

Oklahoma Magazine: The Digital Classroom: As more higher education programs move online, classroom doors are opening for students of all stripes.

For decades, the intersection of achieving a college education and taking care of other priorities was murky at best. Young undergraduates who attended college full-time were expected to devote the majority of their waking hours to pursuing their degrees and were lucky to find part-time work that also would fit schedules for lectures and accompanying class work. more...

KTULTCC Metro Back in Business

Tulsa Community College's Metro Campus is back in business Monday after an electrical fire over the summer.  TCC hosted a "Keep Calm and Power On" pizza party Monday as faculty, staff and students return to normal operations. more...

KOTV: TCC Downtown Campus Back In Business After June Fire

TULSA, Oklahoma - An electrical fire back in June interrupted summer classes at Tulsa Community College's downtown campus. more...

Tulsa World: TCC Metro Campus reopens after June electrical fire

For David Johnson, Tulsa Community College Metro Campus's supervisor of career services, the facility's reopening on Monday after a June 17 electrical fire marked a welcome return to routine after a stressful summer of transition. more...

KJRH: Tulsa Community College Metro campus to reopen Monday more than month after electrical fire

TULSA - The Tulsa Community College Metro Campus reopens Monday more than a month after an electrical fire shut down campus. more...

KWGSTCC Metro Campus to Reopen on Monday

Tulsa Community College Metro Campus is hosting a 'Keep Calm and Power On' party as it reopens and returns to normal operation on Monday, August 5 following an electrical fire.  The celebration begins Monday on Metro Campus with pizza and soft drinks from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the first floor lobby. more...

Tulsa World: Student loan bill passes; students call it good news but are concerned about future rates

WASHINGTON - A bipartisan bill that would reduce the costs of borrowing for millions of students passed the House on Wednesday and was heading to President Barack Obama for his signature. more...

KTULCollege for Kids – Video Game Design

Charles Ely visits College for Kids and the advanced video game design class.  He talked with a student, the instructor and TCC’s Candice Stine about the class, what it allows the students to do and why it is important to be held on a college campus. more...

Greater Tulsa Reporter: 12 Semi-Finalists Named by TCC StartUp Cup

Tulsa Community College names the 12 semi-finalists in its 2013 TCC StartUp Cup business model competition. The competition is powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation with the first place winner receiving $30,000, second place, $5,000, and third place, $2,500. more...

The Oklahoman: Bio Matters: Biotech program at Tulsa Community College opens doors for student

TULSA — At age 48, Armond Swift has sampled many professions with a jack-of-all-trades assortment of jobs through the years. Phone help in a call center. Watchmaker. Veterinarian's assistant. The oil field. more...

Tulsa World: Tulsa Community College program gives prisoners a Second Chance

HOMINY - After he graduated from Collinsville High School, Trymaine White planned to take a year off before attending college to become a pediatrician. A felony conviction derailed that plan. more...

Tulsa Business and Legal News: Manufacturing sector is key front in global job war

The manufacturing sector has an image problem in the U.S., which puts us at a disadvantage in the expected global “jobs wars.” more... 

KJRH: Cops find alligator in car at Tulsa Community College; TCC thinks student had it for show-and-tell

A Tulsa college student found with marijuana, prescription pills and a live alligator inside his campus-parked vehicle was arrested Wednesday. more...

Tulsa World: Dress to impress at job interviews despite growing casual nature of workplaces

As much as some might not want to believe it, looks matter. And that couldn't be more true than when interviewing for a job. more...

Tulsa World: Animal House: Vet and comedian to perform Tuesday at VanTrease PACE (blog)

Kevin Fitzgerald, best known as one of the veterinarians featured on Animal Planet’s "Emergency Vets," brings his humorous "Wild Life" act to Tulsa. more...

Tulsa World: Let the games begin: StartUp Cup 2013 officially kicks off

The eight-month entrepreneurial event that is the TCC StartUp Cup business model competition officially began this week with a kickoff at the Tulsa Community College's downtown Center for Creativity. more...

Tulsa Business and Legal News: Tulsa’s APSCO Joins with TCC to offer quality management courses

Tulsa’s Air Power Systems Company, APSCO Inc., a global manufacturer of pneumatic cylinders, valves and control solutions, is joining with Tulsa Community College to offer a series of TCC quality management courses for the public beginning Tuesday at its manufacturing facility, 8178 E. 44th St. more...

KTUL Good Day Tulsa: Poem in your Pocket Day for Poetry Month

TCC’s Librarian Adam Brennan talks about events at TCC related to Poem in your Pocket Day and Poetry Month. more...

Tulsa World: StartUp Cup competition kicks off in Tulsa with event Tuesday at TCC

Entrepreneurs of all kinds will have the chance to compete for a $30,000 grand prize in the seventh annual TCC StartUp Cup competition, which is sponsored by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. more...

Tulsa Business and Legal News: TCC StartUp Cup to kickoff next week

TCC will host a kickoff event for the 2013 StartUp Cup competition next Tuesday.  There is more than $30,000 in prize money on the line for the winners of the business model competition: 1st place winner gets $30,000, 2nd place wins $5,000 and 3rd place wins $2,500. more...

Tulsa World: Ground broken on new Fire Safety Training Center in Tulsa.
 
After decades of planning and work, Tulsa firefighters soon will have a new facility offering new ways to learn to battle a blaze. more...
 
KOTV: Tulsa Fire Begins Construction On New Training Academy
 
TULSA, Oklahoma - The City of Tulsa broke ground Friday on a $13 million fire training academy. It's the start of a campus to teach skills that firefighters say will make you safer. more...
KTUL: New Fire Training Center Will Help Save Lives
 
Firefighters will soon be better equipped to fight fires in your home or business and possibly save lives. The City of Tulsa is partnering with Tulsa Community College and is building the new center on the Northeast Campus. more...
 
Fox23: TCC,TFD break ground on training center.
 
The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Community College broke ground on a new fire department safety training center. more...
 
KWGS: Ground Broken for New Tulsa Fire Training Center.
 
Ground is broken today for a new state-of-the-art fire training center in Tulsa. It’s a joint project of the city and Tulsa Community College. Chief Ray Driskell says it will be regional facility for firefighters from Tulsa and other communities. more...

Tulsa World: $13.2 million fire training center breaks ground.

Officials broke ground Friday on a multimillion-dollar Fire Safety Training Center that will replace the Tulsa Fire Department's aging facility. more...

KTUL: No Cost College Courses Prove Successful (two stories on same page)
 
High school seniors will graduate soon and many of them will attend Tulsa Community College. The idea of free college courses seems to be catching on with the program, Tulsa Achieves. more...
KOTV: Tulsa Achieves Program Celebrates 5th Anniversary.
 
TULSA, Oklahoma - An organization that provides high school students with free access to higher education celebrated a milestone Thursday. more...
Tulsa World: Small business spotlight: 4DSales of Tulsa reinvents the sales call
"Rewarding."
 
In a word, that is how the three creators and owners of 4DSales describe their entrepreneurial journey.  Last year, Brian Carpenter, Mike Ishmael and Doug Tatum won second place in Tulsa Community College's StartUp Cup entrepreneurial competition, sponsored by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. more...
KTUL: Dental Hygienists Versus Dental Assistants: Know The Difference
 
The dental clinic at Tulsa Community College is a very extensive program to train dental hygienists. more...
Tulsa World: State enrollment for college remedial courses high among freshmen.
 
Almost four out of 10 Oklahoma high school alumni who enroll in the state's higher education system the fall after graduation take at least one developmental course as college freshmen, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education data show. more...
Tulsa World:  TCC sets symposium on China religion, politics.
 
Tulsa Community College will present a symposium on religion, politics and society in contemporary China from Thursday through April 6. more...
Greater Tulsa Reporter: Barry Epperley’s Final Season Includes Special Guests.
 
SAYING GOODBYE: Signature Symphony’s Artistic Director and Conductor Barry Epperley will step down after the 2013-14 season. Epperley, therefore, designed a final season to challenge and thrill audience members. “I treat the season and individual concerts like a good meal,” he says. more...
 

Tulsa World: Regional Transition Fair helps disabled students plan future.

James Holder, 22, has been working and volunteering at St. John Medical Center and the Bernsen Rehabilitation Center for three years, even before he graduated from Jenks High School in 2010. more...

 

KTUL: Regional Transition Fair helps families address transition issues.

Moving from high school to college can be a difficult transition for any student after graduation.  Now, add in a disability and that transition can be discouraging and frightening. more...

 
KJRH: Tulsa Community College hosts fair to offer students with disabilities options after graduation.
 
Tulsa Community College, in partnership with Jenks and Broken Arrow Public Schools, is giving students with disabilities options after high school graduation through the Regional Transition Fair, March 26. more...
Tulsa World: Symphony director plans for his final season.
 
When Barry Epperley was considering the music he wanted to perform as part of his final season as artistic director of the Signature Symphony, he thought big.  As in the "Symphony of a Thousand" - Mahler's massive Eighth Symphony. more...
KTULBarry Epperley announces 2013-2014 Signature Symphony at TCC season announcement and discusses the season on Good Day Tulsa during interview segment. more...

Tulsa World: Signature Symphony's 'Innocent Man' strikes Billy Joel hits.

The organization known as Jeans 'n' Classics - which presents shows combining classic rock music with symphony orchestras - was founded on a lie.  "I had been working in music for a few decades - as a band member, and also in the studio, doing a lot of vocal arrangements," said Peter Brennan. more...

Tulsa World: TCC language courses meet varied needs.

Nursing student Sara Darby is learning Spanish at Tulsa Community College because she wants to work in a clinic that helps Hispanic patients. Leah Marshall is taking the class so she can become a courtroom interpreter.  Meredith Siegfried, CEO of NORDAM, is learning Spanish to better her business skills. more...

Greater Tulsa Reporter: TPS Expands College High.

Tulsa Public Schools and Tulsa Community College recently announced plans for a $250,000 renovation at Will Rogers College High that will convert the second floor of a two-story classroom annex into a small TCC campus, with lecture halls and common study areas. more...

KTUL: TCC’s production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum”- interview and performance segment. more...

 

KSBI: Mind Games- TCC students compete against Redlands Community College. more...

Tulsa World: Now's the time for students to apply for federal aid.

The deadline is looming for high school seniors and current college students to maximize the amount of student aid they can receive by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  The application must be filed to receive any federal or state grants, loans or work-study opportunities to help fund tuition to colleges or universities. more...

KTUL: Rogers College High School.

Will Rogers will offer college classes to students through partnership with TCC. more...

Tulsa World: TCC and TPS Will Rogers College High tour.

Students at Rogers College Junior High and High School will soon get their first taste of college life without ever leaving their own campus. At a news conference Friday, officials announced that a $250,000 renovation will soon begin to convert a two-story classroom annex at Rogers into a mini Tulsa Community College campus, complete with lecture halls and common study areas. more...

 

KOTV: TCC, TPS plan to build upon concurrent college enrollment program.

(TULSA, Oklahoma) - Tulsa Public Schools plans to add college offerings at several high schools over the next few years. more...

KTUL: TCC/NAACP Youth Helping Youth Conference.

Tulsa Community College hosts the 10thannual Youth Helping Youth Conference in partnership with the NAACP. The one-day event combines a celebration of African-American history and education to help prepare students for college. more...

KTUL: Bass Techniques workshop begins at TCC.

Tommy Biffle, a professional angler from Wagoner, is interviewed.  He is one of the presenters for Bass Techniques: The Cutting Edge offered through TCC’s Continuing Education. more...

Tulsa World: Tulsa crime forum broadcast produced at TCC’s Center for Creativity.

Mayor Dewey Bartlett's recent televised forum on the quadruple homicides at 61st and Peoria is now being shown on several media outlets, the city of Tulsa announced Friday. The panel discussion included Bartlett, Deputy Tulsa Police Chief Dennis Larsen, Marshall Elementary Principal Kayla Robinson and Lanny Endicott, an Oral Roberts University professor and resident of the neighborhood. more...

Journal Record: Pro fishermen to offer tips and tricks for TCC class.

For nearly three decades, Tommy Biffle has earned a good living and built a reputation catching fish.  Biffle, who as a child lived in Muskogee, has earned nearly $2 million winning Bassmaster elite pro tournaments from New York to Alabama to his current home at Fort Gibson. more...

Tulsa World: Signature Symphony at TCC - 100 years of Oklahoma Music.

Seven years ago as Oklahoma was gearing up to celebrate its centennial as a state, the Signature Symphony debuted a special salute to the music and musicians of Oklahoma. more...

 

Tulsa World: Tulsa native and State Department employee talks to students about career in foreign service.

Getting to meet actors such as Martin Sheen and Reese Witherspoon and four-star generals such as Wes Clark, or getting to sit in on meetings with the secretary of state doesn't happen every day. more...

Tulsa World: Signature Symphony at TCC and Classical Mystery Tour.

Classical Mystery Tour, the Beatles tribute show that combines the music by the Fab Four with a full symphony orchestra, will return to Tulsa on Saturday for a special fundraising concert for the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College. more...

KTUL: Good Day Tulsa Live interview segment with Dr. Barry Epperley and Jennifer Palmer talking about Classical Mystery Tour- fundraiser dinner, concert and silent auction on Feb. 2. more...

Tulsa World: Signature Symphony at TCC and “In the Land of Chopin” review.

The Signature Symphony may have only spent one half of Saturday evening's concert "In the Land of Chopin," but taken as a whole, this concert was one of the orchestra's most successful of the season. more...

Tulsa World: Signature Symphony at TCC and “In the Land of Chopin” preview.

The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College will venture "In the Land of Chopin" this weekend, with a concert devoted to music by Polish composers. Piotr Sulkowski, the orchestra's principal guest conductor, will lead the orchestra. more...

 

Tulsa World: When interior designer Jennifer McMahon decided to paint her office a dark charcoal gray, everyone thought she was crazy, she said with a touch of laughter.  But she brought in white furniture - the awful, brown metal desk would not work - and with the help of her interior design students at Tulsa Community College, she added accents rich in color. The result: McMahon's office is fun and energetic, and "everything looks so much brighter." more...

Journal Record: A unique confluence of events brought Tulsa Community College into one of its area’s fastest-growing suburbs.  When a retail study of Glenpool’s demographics uncovered that residents had a lower percentage of college credits than the state average, city leaders decided to approach TCC about expanding into their south Tulsa community. more...

Tulsa World: G. Barry Epperley, who has led the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College for the past 33 years, will step down as the orchestra's artistic director at the end of the 2013-14 season. more...

 

Tulsa World: OSU-Tulsa names President Tom McKeon as a 2013 Icon.

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa will honor four men as 2013 Icon Award winners during a ceremony this spring. The honorees will be presented with their Icon awards on May 20 at the A Stately Affair event at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa. more...

Tulsa World: Bass Techniques workshops at TCC.

School for bass anglers is back in session.  After a seven-year hiatus, Bass Techniques founder and former Bassmaster University director Gary White has resurrected a basic idea from the 1970s that blossomed into a course taught as a continuing education course at more than 130 United States colleges over the course of 30 years. more...

KTUL: Underwater robot challenge for SeaPerch/TCC and Tulsa Alliance for Engineering.

Tulsa students are competing with remote-controlled underwater robots. more...

KOTV: Underwater robot challenge for SeaPerch/TCC and Tulsa Alliance for Engineering.

A group of Green Country students are putting their math and science skills to the test underwater. more...

Tulsa World: Outdoor Brief.

Tulsa Community College will offer a Bass Techniques course as a part of its continuing education schedule this year. The course is four classes, held Feb. 13, 20, 26 and March 4, 7:30-9:30 p.m. more...

 

Tulsa World: Design trends for 2013.

Conservation, convenience and cost efficiency will still be priorities for homeowners in 2013. But those factors won't come at the expense of comfort and style, experts say.  Tulsa Community College associate professor of interior design Jennifer McMahon is seeing more and more people reusing what they already have in their homes. more...

 

Oklahoma Magazine: TCC President Tom McKeon named one of the Oklahomans of 2012.  The words “chief executive” and “horticulture” are not words often found in close association.  On the surface, the terms couldn’t be further apart in terms of practicality.  Unless, that is, you happen to be Tom McKeonmore...

USA Today: Medical interpreters help patients, doctors communicate.

The demand for trained interpreters to help doctors and patients communicate is growing.  Going to the doctor can be an uncomfortable and intimidating experience. more...

 

 KRMG:  Tulsa vet helps other vets navigate higher education maze.

Jeff Gruszeczki has been to Hell and back.  He was in Afghanistan with the 45th Infantry Brigade. more...

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