TULSA (AP) -- A $3 million infusion could help higher education in Tulsa stem the outward flow of new high-tech jobs to other cities.
Fred Harburg, a vice president and chief of learning at Williams Communications, told higher education regents Tuesday that the company pledged a $1 million matching grant to bolster high-tech education.
"We have the money to match you," state regents Chairman Leonard Eaton said.
Regents set aside $1 million earlier contingent on a private match and plan to use the money, said Maryanne Maletz, vice chancellor for budget and finance.
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa also outlined its plan Tuesday for an additional …