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In Other News JUNE 9, 2004 Events

Modest budget increases will bring improvement to higher education

$34 million in new state funding will allow Oklahoma’s higher education system to continue to provide quality instruction for the growing number of college students, increase scholarships and financial aid and enhance access to college across the state. Read more

Fossil gives insight in southwest Oklahoma's early history

The recent discovery of a fossilized plant dating back more than a quarter-million years could provide new insight into Southwest Oklahoma’s prehistory, as well as create opportunities for paleontology research by local college students.

The fossil, discovered on property belonging to the City of Lawton last winter, was first speculated to be part of a dinosaur. Read more

State lawmakers recognize OSU COM's national ranking

OSU medical students were recently recognized at the State Capitol for being ranked among the nation's top medical schools by U.S. News & World Report. The OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa is ranked 13th in rural medicine and 17th in family medicine.


Pennington selected as MSC's 18th president

At a recent press conference, the Murray State College Board of Regents announced that Dr. William D. Pennington had been selected as the 18th president of MSC. Read more

Oklahoma's college graduation rate continues to improve

Oklahoma higher education is making steady progress improving the percentage of residents with a bachelor’s or more advanced degree. Read more

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