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Is Cuba Finally Opening Up?

Posted on Monday, September 21, 2015

Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies Speaker Series Pouya Jahanshahi “The Visual Language of Iranian Graphic Design”

Posted on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Study Abroad Day

Posted on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Iran and the US: Beyond the Nuclear Deal

Posted on Monday, August 31, 2015

Iran and the US - Ambassador Hossein

Paralegal fall classes available through OSU Correspondence Education

Posted on Tuesday, August 18, 2015

STILLWATER, Okla. –– Graduates of the Paralegal Course are singing high praise for the program offered by Oklahoma State University’s Correspondence Education (CE) and the Center for Legal Studies. Online classes begin August 24, 2015, and registration is now open at www.legalstudies.com.

“Students mention being surprised by how the internet class offers a feeling of closeness and attention that a LIVE course can provide,” said Evelyn Ferchau, OSU Correspondence Education manager. “Awarded top honors, the user-friendly structure also allows Pre-Paras the study-freedom they need to pair their already busy lifestyles with their continuing education goals.”

Other positives mentioned were: the knowledgeable instructors, the efficiency of the course and the tuition price.

Students who have become certified through the CLS programs have job offers in a variety of fields, Ferchau said.

These include in real estate; in judicial roles working directly for judges and public defenders; in government agencies—such as Obamacare and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), even in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); and in the nursing field—focusing on medical insurance, medical practices and hospital procedures. Students also find jobs in thousands of large corporations as well as in the ever-growing home health care industry.

“Students are working for non-profits, international law firms, small businesses and boutique law firms. NGO’s (non-government organizations) such as The Red Cross, Save the Children and other environmental and educational causes find CLS graduates especially useful,” she said. “Graduates are making a median of 46K/annual salary. Their career experiences encompass being a strong supportive figure—maintaining files, preparing affidavits, creating documents, writing contracts, assisting with depositions and interviews while offering a variety of legal assistance in specified fields.”

To learn more, go to: www.legalstudies.com and click on the state of Oklahoma, or call 1-800-522-7737.

To see a full list of classes offered through OSU Correspondence Education visit the website http://ce.okstate.edu.

Coffee with a Diplomat

Posted on Monday, July 20, 2015

Outreach Programs Summer 2015

Posted on Tuesday, July 7, 2015

TEC de Monterrey
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TEC de Monterrey

Allegro to Perform April 17

Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015

STILLWATER, Okla. – The Division of International Studies and Outreach at Oklahoma State University is excited to announce Allegro will be performing April 17 at 7 p.m. in the Seretean Center.

Allegro is a group of musicians from Tecnologico de Monterrey made up of high school, undergraduate and graduate students. This will be the groups fifth year to perform at OSU.

“The Division of International Studies and Outreach is honored to host them once again and to build university relations with Technologico de Monterrey through dance and music,” said David Henneberry, associate vice president for the DISO.

This event is free to the public and all community members are invited to attend as well as students, faculty and staff.


Allegro 2015 “Music City”

Posted on Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Patricia A. Moore speaks on “AGEing: The Challenge of the Lifespan

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Moore is an internationally renowned gerontologist and designer, serving as a leading authority on consumer lifespan behaviors and requirements. Beginning at the age of 26, for a period of three years, in an exceptional and daring sociological experiment, Moore traveled throughout the United States and Canada disguised as women more than eighty years of age of varying socio-economic status. With her body altered to simulate the normal sensory changes associated with aging, she was able to respond to people, products and environments as an elder.

Since 1990, Moore has designed more than 200 Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Environments for acute and sub-acute healthcare facilities throughout North America, Europe and Japan. She is a frequent lecturer, media guest, author of a number of articles and three books. She is the co-author of the American National Standards Committee on Anthropometry and is considered a pioneer of universal design.

Moore holds undergraduate degrees in industrial and environmental and communication design from the Rochester Institute of Technology, graduate degrees in psychology and counseling and in human development from Columbia University and has completed advanced studies in biomechanics at New York University’s medical school and Rusk Institute.

She has received numerous awards for her achievements including being named by ID Magazine as one of The 40 Most Socially Conscious Designers in the world. In 2000, a consortium of news editors and organizations named her as one of The 100 Most Important Women in America.

Established in 1995, The Dean Lela O’Toole International Speaker Series in the College of Human Sciences focuses on timely and relevant topics related to public policy, ethics, and international issues in the scholastic areas of the college. Lela O’Toole served as dean of the College of Human Sciences from 1951-1975. She believed universities have an important role in the conduct of international and world affairs. Dean O’Toole’s interest in the world community led the college and Oklahoma State University to a position of international leadership during the mid-twentieth century.

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