Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will host the 3rd Annual "Women in Technology" event on Friday, Nov. 11 from 10am to 2pm on the OSUIT campus. The event will expose participants to the excellent career opportunities for talented women interested in high-paying, technology-driven fields.
Prospective students will engage in activities and demonstrations to better understand the academic and skill requirements for career opportunities available through OSUIT. In addition, various industry representatives will be in attendance -- the same people who hire OSUIT graduates.
Those who attend will select a "career track" which will pair up academic areas based on the similar skill sets and abilities required to succeed. This method will allow participants to be introduced to high-paying, stable careers that a female student might not typically explore.
Pre-registration is required and can be found at osuit.edu/wit. If you would like more information, please contact the special events office at OSUIT at 918-293-5220 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Live It Up. Local residents affected by Parkinson's disease will have the opportunity to learn from leading national and local experts about the latest research, exercise and other ways to live well with Parkinson's disease at the Davis Phinney Foundation's "The Victory Summit" to be held on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 9am to 3:30 pm, at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center. There is no charge to attend.
The Victory Summit is a national series of symposia created by the Davis Phinney Foundation to provide information and inspiration for people affected by Parkinson's disease. The event is being conducted by the Davis Phinney Foundation in collaboration with the Tulsa area American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) Information & Referral Center and Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma. Content at The Victory Summit will include: The PD You Don't See: Cognitive and Non-Motor Symptoms; Exercise to Optimize Brain Function; What the Latest Research Means to You; Tools for the Caregiver; Panel discussions on deep brain stimulation therapy and young-onset Parkinson's; Speech therapy; Clinical trials; and Movement breaks throughout the day, including t'ai chi and music therapy.
The Victory Summit also will feature a "Local Hero" Award presentation honoring Dale and Glenda Alexander of Oklahoma City, Okla., for their outstanding leadership in the Parkinson's community.
Additional information and registration information for the Victory Summit is available online at davisphinneyfoundation.org.
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