Volunteer with OSU in Tulsa for the United Way Day of Caring
OSU Center for Health Sciences and OSU-Tulsa are seeking volunteers to assist the Eugene Field neighborhood as part of the United Way Day of Caring on Friday, Sept. 6. Volunteers will receive a free breakfast at the West Mabee Boys and Girls Club and Salvation Army at 7 a.m. before heading out to work on projects.
OSU in Tulsa volunteers will be working with Community Action Project in the Brightwaters Apartments on landscaping, maintenance, painting and other tasks to help spruce up the complex.
Landscaping volunteers should contact Betty Jo Westerfield at 918-561-8264 or email@example.com. Maintenance and painting volunteers should contact Bria Taylor at 918-561-1219 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers needed for the OMM Tuesday Noon Clinic
| Nancy Van Winkle, Ph.D., volunteers as a patient model at an OMM Tuesday Noon Clinic in January.
The Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department is seeking volunteers to act as patient models for the Tuesday Noon Clinic, which begins Aug. 27. The weekly sessions run from 12:10 – 12:50 p.m. in the OMM Lab.
The practice sessions enable first- and second-year students to broaden their osteopathic manipulative medicine experience with patients under the direction of Kelley Joy, D.O. These sessions are not intended to replace OMM treatment provided by a licensed practitioner.
There are 10 slots with two alternatives available each week. To sign up, visit the Tuesday Noon Clinic Sign-up page.
Get your cowboy gear ready for College Colors Day Aug. 30
Cowboy fans at OSU-CHS are encouraged to wear their orange and black OSU apparel on College Colors Day on Friday, Aug. 30. Fans across America participate in this annual celebration dedicated to promoting the traditions and school spirit that make the college experience great.
Show your OSU Cowboy spirit and wear your favorite orange apparel in the classroom or at work. OSU-CHS fans can show their spirit on social media during College Colors Day by posting pictures on the OSU-CHS Facebook page or tagging photos @OSUCHS on Twitter and using the hashtag #CollegeColors.