From drone piloting to drilling wells, university ‘microcredential’ programs offer variety of options

By Tim StanleyTulsa World4/18/2023Read the Article → Going into her first visit to campus, Alyssa Allen already had her mind made up. “My plan at the time was to major in psychology,” she said. “I thought I wanted to be a therapist or community counselor.” But that all changed, she added, when she saw the…

Column: Partnerships provide greater access to education

By John McArthurThe Lawton Constitution4/3/2023Read the Article → How can educational institutions work together to help students complete degrees, diplomas and other credentials? How can we more completely recognize the student effort and learning that happens along the way? If we are to help students make the most efficient use of their scarce time and…

Garrett: Reach Higher benefits adult learners, businesses

More than 400,000 Oklahomans have earned some college credit, but haven’t completed a degree. Engaging these students to return to higher education is an important strategy to increase Oklahoma’s educational attainment. Read the full article →

Cyber Skills Center poised to make Tulsa model for new tech training hub

The Cyber Skills Center — a project of Tulsa Community College, Tulsa Innovation Labs and other partners — will be a free training course for workers with at least five years’ experience in any field. Read the full article →

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