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August 2012

OPSU and OSU-OKC Renew Upward Bound Program

OSU-OKC Upward Bound participants.Teri Mora, the Upward Bound Director at Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ., spent countless hours crafting, researching, and writing a new grant for the program and recently found out that the effort paid off and the important, year-round program will continue.
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Rogers State Becomes GRDA Partner in Conservation and Restoration

Rogers State University is now a Grand River Dam Authority Partner in Conservation and Restoration, which will provide research and learning opportunities for RSU faculty, staff and students.

Rose State College to Begin Energy Management Study ProgramRose State College's Energy Management facility.

Rose State College will propose training in Energy Management under a program established through the National Science Foundation, according to Stan Greil, the college’s vice president for Workforce Development.

UCO Design Students Win Six National Addy Awards - More Than Any Other Design Program in the Country

The University of Central Oklahoma Department of Design recently won six national Student ADDY Awards, more than any design program in the nation and besting their total number of awards from last year.

OSU Center for Health Sciences Ranked No. 1 Most Popular Medical School by U.S. News & World Report

OSU's Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa.The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences was named the most popular medical school in the country in a new ranking from U.S. News & World Report.

State Regents Continue to Keep Tuition Affordable

Students attending one of Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities will continue to benefit from tuition and fee costs that remain among the lowest in the United States. They will pay an average of $7 per credit hour more annually for tuition and mandatory fees next academic year.

SWOSU's James Necessary.
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