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August 2013

SWOSU Student Serves Summer Internship at White House

SWOSU student Blaine Boyd.Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Blaine Boyd enjoyed a unique and prestigious opportunity this summer as the Weatherford senior was one of four interns in the first lady’s correspondence office at the White House in Washington, D.C.


UCO Recognized as One of the Nation's "Great Colleges to Work For"

The Chronicle of Higher Education named the University of Central Oklahoma as one of the “2013 Great Colleges to Work For.” Central is the only higher education institution in the state recognized on the list.

Local Seventh- and Eighth-Grade Students Learn to GO BIG During EOSC’s GEAR UP Summer Leadership Camps

Four hundred sixty–five local seventh- and eighth-grade students learned how to “GO BIG with GEAR UP” during Eastern Oklahoma State College’s GEAR UP summer camps.

ECU’s Micozzi Makes Exciting Find in First Paleontological Experience

A model of how the UAV from OSU works.A new hobby has consumed East Central University’s Dr. Mark Micozzi, and it has led to an amazing and exciting discovery as he spends the summer in the Oklahoma panhandle.



Federal Grant Brings High-Speed Broadband to Rural Oklahoma

Project partners announced recently the completion of the Oklahoma Community Anchor Network (OCAN). OCAN is a partnership among the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE), the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

UCO paralympic gold medalist.
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