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August 2015

Dr. Shannon Cunningham Named NOC Stillwater Vice PresidentNOC's Dr. Shannon Cunningham.

Dr. Shannon Cunningham, former assistant vice president for academic affairs and director for Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) Grove, has been named vice president for the NOC Stillwater campus replacing Debbie Quirey, who is retiring after serving 37 years in higher education. She assumed her new duties July 1.


SWOSU President Receives Electric Guitar Made by Student
SWOSU president Randy Beutler, student Augstin Wilson and Dr. James South.

A special guitar fabricated by a Southwestern Oklahoma State University student is currently on display in the President’s Office on the Weatherford campus.


OPSU Game Design Team Wins Best in Show

The OPSU Game Design Team participated in the Heartland Gaming Exposition in Tulsa, Okla., on April 10-12.

Tandy Foundation Pledges $8 Million to Name New OSU-CHS Medical Academic BuildingRendering of new Tandy OSU-CHS medical academic building.

The A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Foundation is helping transform medical education through an $8 million donation to support the construction of a new medical academic building at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. The announcement was made recently at a special ceremony at the academic health center campus in Tulsa.

Oklahoma Students Selected to Attend the First Lady’s Beating the Odds Summit

Oklahoma GEAR UP students Averie Hinchey of Guymon and Viktoria Smith of Ardmore were selected to attend first lady Michelle Obama’s Beating the Odds Summit at the White House on July 23.

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