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October 2011

Governor Fallin, Higher Education Officials Unveil College Degree Completion Plan

Governor Mary Fallin and higher education officials today announced a new higher education initiative to increase the number of Oklahomans who have college degrees. Currently, state colleges and universities annually award 30,500 degrees. The initiative aims to increase that number 67 percent so that by 2023 Oklahoma colleges and universities will annually award 50,900 college degrees.

OSU Mobile Cardiology to Roll into Rural and Underserved Oklahoma

OSU Mobile CardiologyOklahoma State University Medical Center and OSU Center for Health Sciences are teaming up to hit the road this fall in a giant orange-colored mobile unit with one mission -- improve the heart health of underserved and rural areas of Oklahoma.

SWOSU to Honor Ryan Brothers and National Championship Basketball Team

SWOSU Ryan BrothersTwo of the most famous personalities from SWOSU's rich and storied athletic history and a basketball team that captured the imagination of thousands will be honored as part of the 2012 SWOSU Athletic Hall of Fame ceremonies.

USAO Finds News Peers in U.S. News

OSU Mobile CardiologyA quiet change happened in the national rankings this year, a change that could easily go unnoticed since Oklahoma’s usually highest ranked public university has disappeared from its familiar spot on the “Baccalaureate Colleges” list in U.S.News & World Report.

Alternative Transportation Use Spikes Among UCO Community

As the first month of school wraps up at the University of Central Oklahoma, more students, faculty and staff members than ever are choosing alternative transportation – about 50 percent more of them than at this time last year.

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