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  • Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Area Health Education Center is taking applications for this summer’s Math and Science in Health Careers Camp. Two MASH Camps will be held at Oklahoma State University’s Health Sciences Center, with one scheduled for June 18-22 and the other scheduled June 25-29. The application deadline is May 4. Participants will be notified of their acceptance status by May 16. This is the third year for MASH Camp, which is a Summer Academy sponsored by...
    03/16/2012
  •   Patrick Graham received the Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Memorial Scholarship from Dr. James Mosley with the Jeltz Foundation on Feb. 29. The Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship Foundation was established by an endowment and is incorporated by the State of Oklahoma. The Jeltzes were African-American Oklahomans who devoted their lives to education, employment opportunities and community service until their deaths in 1975 and 1977, respectively. They were vitally interested in...
    03/14/2012
  • Would you like to plant a tree in your yard this spring? Or maybe learn how to grow your own veggies? This year’s Tulsa Community College EcoFest has everything you need to start spring on a green kick. EcoFest is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 31 on the TCC Northeast Campus. There will be live food presentations, camel rides for the kids, live music, demonstrations on composting with live worms and more. Music starts at noon. This year’s event also includes two days of pre-...
    03/14/2012
  • Nora Ledea, a Tulsa Community College student in the TRiO program, spoke on the House floor Feb. 22 on Oklahoma TRiO Day. Ledea spoke to a crowd of more than 800 people, including Gov. Mary Fallin, Chancellor Glen Johnson of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and numerous state representatives and college presidents. Ledea told the audience about TRiO’s influence on her college experience. She came to this country six years ago not knowing English, fleeing an abusive marital...
    03/12/2012
  •   Tulsa Community College’s first Mind Games team didn’t need to phone-a-friend in order to win two rounds in KSBI’s academic bowl competition. TCC students Catherine Burton, Allison Hogue, Michael Leibfried, Grant Brobson and Sepideh Darbandi won their first two Mind Games matches against Carl Albert (170-70) and Southern Nazarene University (190-150), and are now headed to game three on March 6. The game will be televised March 7 on Oklahoma City’s KSBI. Burton,...
    02/29/2012
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