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Fostering Success for Collegiate Athletes

Creating Camaraderie A team on the field needs to be a team off the field, too, so coaches and support staff work to ensure athletes have a sense of camaraderie ‘round the clock.  Don Tomkalski, University of Tulsa’s senior associate athletic director for communications, says that “it starts with recruiting good people and creating a family-type atmosphere within the team framework....

A Glimpse Ahead

Destiny ReyesUnion High School Attending: University of Oklahoma  Intended major: Psychology. For as long as I can remember, I have been captivated by the complexities of the human mind. I firmly believe that a great deal of healing can come about from understanding how and why the gears turn the way they do in one’s brain. Biggest influence: My mother. She immigrated...

Diving into Education

Safety and Security Safety in schools is an evergreen concern, and the first line of security is the campus police.  “Every university in Tulsa has its own police, security and forces, and we defer to them,” says Capt. Richard Meulenberg of the Tulsa Police Department. “We will respond to assist them, but they all have their own police force, including in...

Full STEM Ahead

Whether it’s the development of new medicines or the construction of cities – science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) shape the future, and the need for a STEM-ready workforce continues to grow.  To help fill this gap, the Central Oklahoma Regional STEM Alliance (COSTEMA) and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance (TRSA) work at the grass roots level to offer programming...

Water Safety 101

Many of us are starting to think about sunny days around the pool or lake. Before we reach these moments, it’s a good time to review some tips on water safety. “It takes between 10 and 20 seconds for a drowning to occur,” says Sarah Kinnison Clavin of Miller Swim School of Tulsa. “They are most often silent and do...

Private School Guide

Oklahoma Magazine presents a helpful breakdown of a variety of private educational opportunities for elementary, middle and high school in the annual Private School Guide. From tuition rates to foreign languages offered and student teacher ratios, this guide will assist you in making the tough decisions when it comes to education for your kids.

Ahead of the Curve

A deep dive into the higher education sphere explores popular elective classes, the ideal college application, sports and their positive impacts on campuses, and trends in and out of the classroom.

Exploring BlueSTEM

Not your average historic building, an 1876 commanding officer’s domicile is now home to BlueSTEM AgriLearning Center. Enhancing STEM curriculum, the center reimagines and tailors education for its students, partnering with schools and teachers alike. The nonprofit’s director, Ann Marshall, says pupils from Yukon, El Reno and Calumet currently take classes at BlueSTEM, but she hopes to expand into other...

Mautra Staley Jones

Mautra Staley Jones, M.B.A., Ed.D., is a lifelong educator and devoted academic diplomat, serving as Vice President of Institutional Advancement and External Affairs at Langston University, as well as the executive director of the Langston University Foundation. Additionally, Jones speaks on a variety of topics around Oklahoma and serves in leadership positions for numerous businesses and committees, including as...

On the Right Track

Teachers of English as a Second Language are all about helping students launch their futures, but it really helps to know where these students have come from, too. “You’ve got some kids who have had to walk through countries that would just as soon kill them as let them come to the United States,” says educator Cheril Scott, who will...