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February 2011

OU Makes State History in Receiving Carnegie Foundation's Very High Research Classification

University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren announced that OU has achieved the Carnegie Foundation’s highest tier of research activity classification, the first time a public institution in Oklahoma has received this outstanding recognition.

Recent LU Alumnus Receives Top Honors for Diabetes Presentation

CU TerrafirmaAs incoming freshmen, students can easily be overwhelmed by the new sense of responsibility and decisions they must make that can affect the rest of their lives. For Brittanie Atkinson, the decision to participate in the Langston Integrated Network College (LINC) program made all the difference in the world.

ECU Accounting Students Providing Free Tax Return Assistance

OSU Veterinary SoldierStudents in East Central University’s School of Business are providing free tax assistance again this year to individuals with basic tax returns, particularly those with low and fixed incomes.

OSU Researcher Plays Role in Innovative Bridge Construction

CU TerrafirmaAn OSU researcher is among those credited with the development and testing of new design and construction concepts for bridges that will soon be applied on a major rebuilding project in Fort Worth, TX.

goSWOSU Mobile Phone App Launched

OSU Veterinary SoldierSouthwestern Oklahoma State University has launched its official smart phone mobile application. The free mobile link to the SWOSU community — goSWOSU — will provide access to on-campus technology services as well as weather and news, maps, library services and more.

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