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January 2011

Tulsa Higher Ed Partners to Promote Engineering Grads

TCC Engineering GradsLeaders from six Tulsa educational institutions gathered Nov. 19 to address the pressing need to increase the number of engineering graduates for Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma over the next decade.


OSU Veterinary Soldier Prepares for Deployment

OSU Veterinary SoldierAs the fall semester came to a close, Dr. Tamara Gull, assistant professor in the department of veterinary pathobiology, prepared for more than the holiday break.


Cameron Professor Selected for Exhibition at Capitol

CU TerrafirmaArtwork by Cameron University professor of art Katherine Liontas-Warren will be on display at the Oklahoma State Capitol through Feb. 20. “A Time of Protection: Drawings and Lithographs by Katherine Liontas-Warren,” is currently on exhibit in the North Gallery of the capitol building.


NEO Named One of the Fastest-Growing Colleges

NEO Growing Fast Community College Week magazine recently named Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, (NEO) number 38 of the 50 fastest-growing community colleges in the nation.


Reach Higher Now Offers Associate Degree Option

Adults wanting to complete an associate degree now have a personalized, affordable and flexible option through the expansion of Reach Higher, Oklahoma’s degree completion program.

Brad Henry International Scholars Named

Six students from Oklahoma’s regional universities have been named Brad Henry International Scholars and will spend the spring 2011 semester participating in an international study and internship program at Swansea University in Wales.

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