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April 2012

OU, OSU Find Cost Savings in Shared Technology Services

To contain costs through collaboration, University of Oklahoma President David Boren and Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis have signed an agreement for shared technology services between the two universities.

"Rebellious" Teen Changes Her Mind, Enrolls at ECU After All

ECU student Nikki Dickerson and family.A high school student who at first “rebelled” against enrolling at East Central University now says coming to ECU was the right
decision, after all.

Southeastern Collaborates on Choctaw University

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Learning & Development Department in partnership with Southeastern Oklahoma State University is proud to announce the launch of its newest endeavor, Choctaw University.

NSU Optometry Students to Make Mission Trip to Honduras

Cataract surgery has become commonplace in the United States. However, cataracts are a leading cause of blindness in areas like Honduras.

OSU-OKC Offers Free Tuition to Students Pursuing Science, Engineering

OSU-Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation are offering a unique opportunity to 10 high school students through the Technical Associate Program (TAP) that includes free tuition, fees and books at the university. The TAP Scholarship committee will select 10 high school students that plan on pursuing construction technology, construction management or surveying technology to win the award.

Thousands of Oklahomans Receiving College Degrees This Spring

Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities have produced thousands of college graduates ready to enter the workforce this spring.

Artist Brown's lithograph.
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