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In Other News November 18, 2009 Events

Chancellor Speaks at WOSC Higher Learning Center DedicationPhoto of WOSC President Randy Cumby, Chancellor Glen Johnson and other dignitaries at WOSC's Higher Learning  Center dedication.

Western Oklahoma State College hosted a dedication ceremony Friday, Oct. 30 at 11 a.m. for the new Cooperative Higher Education and Training Center. Read more.

 

Cameron Dedicates New Business Building

Cameron University mascot Ole Kim, clad in a business suit, carrying a briefcase, and accompanied by the tune “Takin’ Care of Business,” welcomed CU students, faculty, staff and the community to the university’s new Business Building as part of the official campus dedication on Nov. 4. Read more.

Photo of USAO student soccer player Mark Thompson.For the Love of Soccer and the Will to Live

He expected to battle college midterms and even opponents on the soccer field, but Mark Thompson never thought he’d have to tackle life-threatening brain cysts during his freshman year in college. Read more.


 

Rose State College Expands Free Tuition Program Photo of RSC President presenting a ticket to Rose to Choctaw school superintendent and principal.

Hundreds more high school students will be able to attend classes tuition-free at Rose State College due to the expansion of a popular benefit. Read more.

 

Regional Economic Summit at NSU Concludes With Summary of Outcomes

After two days of speakers, workshops and breakfasts, Northeastern State University's regional economic summit, "Giving Voice to our Region: Leaders Crossing Borders to Build the Economy and our Communities" concluded with a summary of outcomes. Read more.

Photo of Tulsa dignitaries at TCC's Center for Creativity Open House.Nearly 100 Tour Center for Creativity at Open House

Dozens of key business and higher education leaders gathered Oct. 21 to tour Tulsa Community College’s Center for Creativity at the TCC Metro Campus. Read more.


State Regents Seek Increase in Funding

To continue providing an affordable, high-quality education for Oklahomans, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted recently to request $27.5 million in new state appropriations during the upcoming legislative session. Read more.

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