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OSU-Tulsa Grad Chats Webinars


Apr 2, 2019 to Apr 30, 2019
12:00 PM until 01:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Tuesday.


Join us each Tuesday in April to learn what you need to know about Graduate School from the faculty and staff who know in these live, interactive webinars. Over the span of a lunch hour, you can learn about the grad school topics that interest you most. Each week features a panel of guests centered around a graduate school topic. April is Graduate Education Month, so there's no better time to have your questions about grad school answered.


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Intro to Grad School
Tuesday, April 2, Noon-1 p.m.


Dr. Sheryl Tucker, dean of the OSU Graduate College joins us to discuss why graduate school is a good investment and what you can expect from your grad program. We'll also share tips for paying for grad school and how graduate school can help your career.


This week's guests:


  • Dr. Sheryl Tucker, dean of the OSU Graduate College
  • Ashley Lorenz, OSU-Tulsa scholarships and financial aid coordinator



Graduate Certificates
Tuesday, April 9, Noon-1 p.m.


Graduate certificates are convenient graduate credentials in a specific topic area. Many of OSU's graduate certificates can be completed in about one year, and financial aid is available. We'll be joined by several OSU Spears School of Business faculty to talk about some of the most popular graduate certificates we offer.


This week's guests:


  • Dr. Evan Davis and Dr. Jim Pappas: Human Resource Management
  • Jason Aamodt: Non-profit Management and Business Sustainability



Graduate Programs for Industry Careers
Tuesday, April 16, Noon-1 p.m.


A master's degree can help you advance into management positions in a number of industries. Join OSU-Tulsa faculty as they describe how grad school can help you succeed in their industries.


This week's guests:


  • Dr. Mallory Casebolt and Dr. Timm Bliss: Aviation
  • Dr. Raman Singh: Materials Science and Engineering
  • Dr. Ken Ede: Professional Science Masters in Environmental Science



Graduate Programs in Behavioral and Community Health
Tuesday, April 23, Noon-1 p.m.


Many careers in behavioral and community health fields require a master's degree or higher. This week, we will explore diverse grad school opportunities for those in the helping professions.


This week's guests:


  • Dr. Jean Van Delinder and Dr. Randy Hubach: Master of Public Health
  • Dr. Karina Shreffler: Human Development and Family Science
  • Dr. Tonya Hammer: Counseling



Graduate Programs in Education
Tuesday, April 30, Noon-1 p.m.


A master's degree or graduate certificate can lead to higher salaries and more opportunities for teachers and school leaders. Join us this week as OSU College of Education, Health and Aviation faculty explore grad school options for teachers and help you choose the right degree or certificate for you.


This week's guests:


  • Dr. Ed Harris: School Administration
  • Dr. Donita Shaw: Teaching, Learning and Leadership
  • Dr. Hongyu Wang: College Teaching



For more information about Grad Chats, contact OSU-Tulsa Graduate Student Services at or 918-594-8445.



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