Oklahoma Higher Education's Campus E-Clips: February 2016
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February 2016

Oklahoma Panhandle State University President Announces Retirement

After serving 13 years as president of Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Dr. David A. Bryant announced his plans to retire at the end of the spring 2016 semester.

Rose State College President Receives Visionary Leader AwardRose State College President Jeanie Webb receiving Visionary Leader Award.

Rose State President Jeanie Webb recently received the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce Visionary Leader Award at its annual chamber banquet.


UCO, Swansea University Celebrate First Doctorate Awarded Through PartnershipUCO grad Rose Neal.

For nearly two decades, former Deer Creek High School teacher and University of Central Oklahoma adjunct professor of English Rose Neal has been urging her students to chase their dreams — and Neal, 53, hopes that her latest accomplishment will show her students that it’s never too late to do just that.

SWOSU Foundation Launches SHINE

Amidst a tightening state budget and difficult economic circumstances, alumni and friends of Southwestern Oklahoma State University now have an immediate
opportunity to help SWOSU students continue investing in their education.

Oklahoma Joins Mathematics Pathways to Completion Project

Leaders and policymakers in five states, including Oklahoma, will develop state mathematics task forces and work to improve college student success through a new initiative from The University of Texas at Austin’s Charles A. Dana Center.

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