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Dr. Meg Myers Morgan and Dr. Ken Randall, are co-directors for the newly established Office of Community Engagement.  This office will support and advance OU-Tulsa’s efforts to address real-world problems and seek out opportunities for developing new community collaborations. Dr. Morgan and Dr. Randall presented their vision for the new office as well as facilitated a conversation with faculty and students at OU Tulsa campus.  The room was full of enthusiastic faculty, staff and students ready to continue the great work of community building.  

For more information about OU Tulsa and how you can get involved with these projects, click here.

For more information, contact:

Dr. Linda Wilson, Director of Community Engagement for the Center for Learning and Leadership,
Director of Special Projects for the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Faculty Development, Clinical Professor in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
405-271-6824 x 45176

OUHSC Community Engagement: Research Spotlight

The Community Engagement Core focuses on enhancing relationships and communication between researchers and clinicians, policy makers, and communities; developing a primary health care extension system through which innovations can be more effectively disseminated and implemented; strengthening practice- and community-based research; encouraging translation of potentially impactful discoveries into useful innovations; and helping other IDeA states develop similar programs and approaches..

The Community Engagement Core will also establish a Translational Think Tanks (T3) Program that brings together teams of researchers and, when appropropriate, clinicians, policy makers and community members to take promising discoveries and attempt to translate them into useful clinical innovations.