OSU-CHS Office of Institutional Advancement
The Office of Institutional Advancement works to improve public understanding and recognition of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and to develop support for the university. Responsibilities include a wide-range of activities that provide the framework for building strong support and lasting relationships with a variety of constituencies including alumni, community members and lawmakers.
Regina Lewis, D.O., director of the OSU Women's Health Center, Sunny Abbot, Allison Johnston and OSU-CHS President Kayse Shrum promote women's health and the inaugural Susan G. Komen Tulsa Pink Stiletto Soiree. OSU-CHS and Lewis are sponsors of the event, which raises money to support breast cancer research.
Institutional Advancement for OSU-CHS is composed of these areas:
- Alumni Affairs
Provides alumni with connections through continuing medical education programs, career opportunities, convention participation, student scholarships and awards, class reunions, tours, open houses and news, achievements, honors and activity announcements through our publication, COMmunicator.
- Community Engagement
Coordinates and manages events and programs to increase the university's presence throughout the Tulsa area.
- Corporate Sponsorships
Works with the executive team to determine corporate sponsorships of community events.
- Event Management
Coordinates and assists with campus-wide, public or community events that help with bringing the university's mission to the public. Our staff manages events that aid in building relationships with the community, elected officials, alumni or other stakeholders.