Posted March 7, 2014
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Equalizers No More (The Chronicle of Higher Education) (log-in required) (external link)
The realm of higher education has changed, but is political involvement to blame?
Plans for New SAT Spark Mixed Reviews (The Chronicle of Higher Education) (log-in required) (external link)
Changes to the popular college-entrance exam have sparked discussion on its accuracy and viability.
Cash Is Still King (Inside Higher Education) (external link)
An increasing number of students are basing their choice of which college or university to attend on price and offered financial aid.
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Oklahoma Program Helps Veterans Start and Grow Businesses (The Oklahoman) (external link)
The Veterans Entrepreneurship Program at Oklahoma State University is focusing on expanding in order to assist more veterans in realizing their dreams of owning a business.
Department C: for Completion (Archives)
Many Baby Boomers Returning to College (Tulsa World) (external link) (originally posted: Feb. 21, 2014, edition)
An increasing number of adults in the "baby boomer" generation are either entering higher education or returning to finish degrees they started many years ago.
Is Faster Always Better? (The Chronicle of Higher Education) (log-in required) (external link) (originally posted: Feb. 21, 2014, edition)
Are dual-credit courses actually hurting younger students in the long run?
Department E: for Electronic (Archives)
Seeking Answers on 'Competency' (Inside Higher Education) (external link) (originally posted: Jan. 31, 2014, edition)
Will MOOCs and competency-based education alter traditional higher education?
AAUW Presents Tech Trek
This STEM-geared camp sparks female students' interest.
Oklahoma Department of Commerce – STEM Fields
Meet Mick, Tori and Nar and see them discover that they love STEM... they just don't know it.