Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011
OSU in Tulsa receives StormReady certification Wednesday
The National Weather Service will recognize OSU Center for Health Sciences and OSU-Tulsa as StormReady campuses at a presentation ceremony on Wednesday. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the presentation at 3 p.m. in Founders Hall.
All are encouraged to wear orange to show their OSU Pride. StormReady certified campuses have implemented equipment and policies recommended by the NWS to receive advance warning of a hazardous weather situation such as a tornado, flash flood or ice storm. Officials then initiate safety procedures for the campus community.
For more information on severe weather procedures, including shelter information, visit the OSU-CHS website.
SAA clothing drive benefits Eugene Field Elementary School
A clothing drive for Eugene Field Elementary School is underway, sponsored by the OSU-CHS Student Associate Advocates organization. Eugene Field is the OSU-CHS Partners in Education Adopt-a-School. Amanda Lee, SAA president, said needs include new athletic-style shoes, socks and underwear for students from pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. The school’s dress code includes athletic-style shoes that can be worn for physical education and outside activities.
Place donations in marked boxes in the student lounge area and by the elevators (ground floor). Checks payable to Student Advocate Association can be mailed to Amanda Lee, SAA President, 2907 S. Boston Ct., Tulsa, OK 74114.
The drive ends Nov. 11 and donations will be presented to the school on Nov. 14. For more information, contact Lee at (580) 916-5158 or mailto:email@example.com.
BSGSA dog show proceeds assist projects
The OSU-CHS Biomedical Sciences Graduate Student Association has donated $150 to the Oklahoma Alliance for Animals from proceeds raised at the BSGSA second annual dog show at OSU-CHS. Summer Dodson, president, said BSGSA also purchased candy for Eugene Field trick-or-treaters, who will be on campus Oct. 28. The show drew 26 canine entries.
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Flu shots for CHS
CHS students and employees can get free flu shots at OSU Health Care Center Family Medicine from 1:30-3:30 p.m. each Friday from now through November. There is no charge (billed to insurance only if applicable). Contact scheduling at (918) 582-1980 for more information.
Rural Health is Oct. 25 Lunch-n-Learn topic
Bring your lunch and learn more about OSU Rural Health programs with Dr. William Pettit, associate dean, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in the Tulsa Room at OSU-Tulsa. Enroll at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Primary Care Update
The 28th annual Primary Care Update is Nov. 11-13 at the DoubleTree Hotel Downtown in Tulsa. Contact Cyndi Canning at (918) 561-1412. More
Submit photos to Rural Health photo contest
The OSU Center for Rural Health’s Rural wants your photos of rural Oklahoma for a photo contest that is part of the first annual National Rural Health Day Nov. 17. More
Energy education update
Keeping your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted can save up to 5 percent on heating costs. Get a professional furnace tune-up yearly to ensure safe and efficient operation. For more tips, click here.
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