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August 2014 - Photo Gallery

SWOSU student Michael Morrison, interning at Dept. of Homeland Security. NSU summer camp participants.

Call Me

SWOSU student Michael Morrison, interning at the Dept. of Homeland Security.

SWOSU student Michael Morrison of Weatherford participated in a summer internship with the Department of Homeland Security in Washington, D.C. Morrison worked under the direction of a mentor to extract data from phones that can be used in a court of law when prosecuting an individual accused of a crime. One of his tasks was sorting phones (pictured) which are being held as evidence.

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Teach The Children Well

NSU summer camp participants.

Northeastern State University’s College of Extended Learning offered 39 summer camps through its department of continuing education. These camps ranged in age for young children to young adults and in duration from one to four days. The curriculum for the camps was created by a plethora of entities: NSU’s College of Liberal Arts, College of Education, continuing education, Tulsa Public Schools, Broken Arrow Public Schools, Cherokee Nation: Cherokee Arts Center and All About Learning. Camps included four general areas of interest: arts and crafts, science and engineering, music and athletics.

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Let Freedom Ring

OSU-OKC grads.


Fireworks illuminate the sky above the University of Central Oklahoma’s Old North, one of Oklahoma’s oldest higher education buildings, on July 4, 2014, during Edmond’s annual LibertyFest celebration. CNN and USA Today call LibertyFest one of top 10 places to be on July 4 in the U.S.

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