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November-December - Photo Gallery

SWOSU freshman class. Rose State College drone. TCC student Rachel Hay helps with Seedling Symphony.

Environmentally Conscious

SWOSU freshman class.

Eric Hemphill, the University of Central Oklahoma’s assistant director for sustainability, will lead UCO’s efforts and involvement with a cohort for sustainability, sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) and the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund, which includes 11 other institutions and focuses on reducing paper waste on college campuses.

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Up, Up and Away

Rose State College drone.

Rose State College and the University of Oklahoma have been awarded an $800,000 Advanced Technological Education grant from the National Science Foundation for the development of Unmanned Aerial Systems curriculum. Through this collaboration, the two institutions will work to develop an experiential learning based educational program at Rose State College that will train future workforce employees in the design, maintenance and use of UAS, more commonly known as “drones.”

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Seedling Symphony

Rachel Hay, Signature Symphony Quarter member, helps a young child at the Seedling Symphony Open House in October held on the Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education. Seedling Symphony is part of the music and outreach education program tied to Signature Symphony at TCC, a professional orchestra-in-residence at the college.

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