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September 2011

Investiture of NOC President Cheryl Evans Set for Sept. 29

NOC celebrates the inaguration of  Dr. Cheryl EvansAn inaugural celebration for Northern Oklahoma College President Cheryl Evans will be held at 2 p.m., Sept. 29 in the Foster-Piper Fieldhouse on the Tonkawa campus, followed by a reception in the lobby of the Renfro Center.



LU Alum to Take Over as Acting President

LU welcomes Dr. Ponder as acting presidentA former president of three institutions of higher learning, Dr. Henry Ponder, will take over as acting president at his alma mater after outgoing LU President JoAnn W. Haysbert named him as her temporary successor.

 

UCO Unofficially Clenches World Record for Largest Game of Duck, Duck, Goose

UCO students play duck duck  goose to set world recordThe University of Central Oklahoma attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the largest game of “Duck, Duck, Goose” during its annual back-to-school celebration, “Stampede Week.”

 

OSU Program Reaches $1 Billion Milestone

An Oklahoma State University program that supplies engineering expertise has contributed more than $1 billion in total services and economic impact value to rural manufacturers in Oklahoma, according to program coordinators.

Southeastern Business Professor Serves as Prestigious Fulbright Scholar

Dr. G. Stevenson Smith recently completed a historic “first” for Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Oklahoma Sees Gains in ACT English, Reading Scores

Oklahoma high school seniors who took the ACT test last spring showed modest gains in English and reading over their 2010 state counterparts, a new report shows.

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