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September 2014

Southeastern’s Accreditation Status Continued By Higher Learning Commission

The academic year is off to a great start at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.ce again from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

Turpen Delivers Wit, Wisdom, Humor, Energy in ECU Book Review

Mike Turpen brought wit, wisdom, humor and energy to East Central University on Sept. 11 with a book review, attended by nearly 200 people.

 

Rogers State Brings Military Instruction Back to Campus After 40-Year Hiatus

After a more than 40-year absence, Rogers State University has brought military instruction back to campus when the Oklahoma Army National Guard brought its Guard Officer Leadership Development (GOLD) program to campus this fall.

OSU-CHS Launches Effort to Recruit American Indian Students to Medicine, Science Careers

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences is launching an effort to recruit more American Indian high school and college students into medicine and science careers.

Kaiser Foundation Grants Scholarships to NSU’s College of Education

The George Kaiser Family Foundation awarded Northeastern State University’s College of Education a $50,000 grant for their Education Professionally Immersed Co-Teaching Program, more commonly referred to as EPIC.

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