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State Regents Continue Making College Courses Easier to Transfer March 28, 2014

Applications Now Accepted for Free Summer Academies on College Campuses March 27, 2014

Exceptional Undergraduate Research Recognized at Research Day at the Capitol March 26, 2014

State Regents Recognize Institution, Business Partnerships March 13, 2014

State Regents to Recognize Higher Education, Business Partnerships March 10, 2014

Announcement of Special Meetings of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education March 4, 2014


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Joseph L. Parker Jr.
Ronald H. White, M.D.

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