President Shrum, two medical students featured in OSU marketing campaign
|Kayse Shrum, left, Jake Whitener and Mercedez Bernard are featured in OSU’s new Are You a Cowboy? campaign.
OSU Center for Health Sciences President Kayse Shrum, D.O., along with fourth-year medical students Mercedez Bernard and Jake Whitener are featured in Oklahoma State University’s new marketing campaign, Are You a Cowboy?
The campaign features The Cowboy Code video and highlights the values that OSU works to instill in students. The video showcases several of the top programs offered in the OSU system, including osteopathic medicine. The footage featuring OSU Medicine was recorded in July, with assistance from OSU in Tulsa Marketing and Communications Services.
The commercial was first broadcast national on ABC on Saturday during the Oklahoma State football game against Florida State. Are you a Cowboy? Visit www.AreYouACowboy.com to take the quiz.
Photo contest celebrates rural Oklahoma life
|Beautiful Oklahoma Sunset was submitted in a previous contest by Mary Skaggs.
Celebrate National Rural Health Day on Nov. 20 with the OSU Center for Rural Health by participating in the Rural Oklahoma Photo Contest. Submit photos that display rural scenes, including landscapes, buildings, community events, health fairs or neighbors.
This year, there will be a special category just for OSU Center for Health Sciences students. Photographers who submit the winning image in each category will win a variety of OSU-CHS themed items.
Submit photos by posting entries to the OSU Center for Rural Health Facebook Page with "Photo Contest: (photo title)" in the caption with the eligibility category (OSU-CHS student or public) or email photos to OSU Center for Rural Health and they will be posted. Location of the photo should also be included.
The contest winner will be notified and announced via Facebook or email. The OSU Center for Rural Health will select its favorite submission from each category and display them on the Rural Health Blog and will be featured in The Center. The deadline for photo submissions is Nov. 13.
Learn about community service opportunities at Volunteer Day
Students, faculty and staff are invited to learn more about volunteer opportunities at local nonprofit agencies, schools and organizations during a special event on Wednesday, Sept. 17.
Volunteer Day, part of the Cowboys Care initiative, will begin at noon with a free lunch presentation in D007. Participants will learn about the many local organizations needing assistance in Tulsa and ways to serve the community.
Representatives from participating organizations will be available in Founders Hall from 1-4 p.m. Participating organizations include American Therapeutic Riding Center, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma, Catholic Charities, The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, Community Action Project, Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Communities in Schools – Eugene Field, Global Gardens, Habitat for Humanity – Tulsa, Hospitality House of Tulsa, Junior Achievement, LIFE Senior Services, Little Light House, Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa, New Hope Oklahoma, OSU Medical Center, Reading Partners, Red Cross of Eastern Oklahoma, River Parks Authority, Special Olympics Oklahoma, Tulsa Regional Chamber, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, Tulsa SPCA and YWCA.
The lunch presentation is free and no RSVP is required. For more information about Volunteer Day, email the Office of Outreach and Special Events.