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The Nightly News, Show and Tell, and Julianne Garey's Too Bright to Hear Too Loud to See by Nick Abrahamson

It is often difficult for me to read fiction in a vacuum; undistracted by the implications of the outside world and current events, focusing solely on the text as simply an authorial work.  Academics would couch my baggage, bringing outside contexts that have seemingly little to do with the actual work, as a post-structuralist symptom.  That is the inability of authors to separate themselves from the social structures of their daily lives; thus fiction is neither solely imaginative nor autobiographical but a byproduct of everything we’re exposed to and internalize.  Very highfalutin, I kno

Can The Library Help Me File My Taxes?

Well, the short answer is no, the library does not assist with tax preparation or offer tax advice. However, we do have some resources that may make tax season a little more bearable for you.

FREE SEMINAR: Grow Your Annual Fund Through Major Gifts

March 14, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Rejoice Christian School
13413 E 106th St N
Owasso, OK 74055

This free seminar will provide instruction on increasing operational revenue without increasing fundraising expenses. Topics include:

• Evaluating the effectiveness of your development operation
• Beginning or strengthening a major gifts effort
• Segmenting your donor base
• Identifying and structuring separate and appropriate strategies for donors of all levels

Sponsored by Mission Advancement.

i2E seeks applicants for 2013 summer fellows program

Business incubator i2E (Innovation to Enterprise) is offering a paid 10-week fellowship this summer at an entrepreneurial company in Tulsa or Oklahoma City.

Applications for the 2013 i2E Fellows program are being accepted through March 15. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible.

Fellows will earn $6,000 while working full-time on projects designed specifically for their skill sets at i2E client companies or at i2E's offices in either city. The Fellowships begin June 3.

State of the Nation's Nonprofit Sector

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Tim Delaney, President and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, presents national policy issues surrounding nonprofit organizations, including charitable giving tax incentives, sequestration and the overall health and movement of the sector. 

Hosted by Howard Barnett, President of OSU-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences, and the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.

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