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Making Place Matter

Making Place Matter is a project of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities to support public higher education institutions in regional stewardship. Publicly engaged institutions are fully committed to direct, two-way interaction with communities and their external constituencies through the development, exchange and application of knowledge, information and expertise for mutual benefits.

2011 Making Place Matter Conference, June 14
Conference Agenda (PDF, 319k)
Southwest Oklahoma Impact Coalition (PPT, 1.1m)
Innovative Economy: i2e (PPT, 13.2m)
Innovative Economy: Chesapeake (PPT, 198k)
Innovative Economy: Oklahoma Hospital Association (PPT, 765k)
Livable Communities: Arts District of Ada (PPT, 11.4m)


Making Place Matter, Organizational Meeting Presentation, Doug Henton, Collaborative Economics, June 17, 2009 (PPT, 380k)

Stepping Forward as Stewards of Place, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, May 2002 (external PDF file)

Tools and Insights for Universities Called to Regional Stewardship, Alliance for Regional Stewardship, American Association of State Colleges and Universities and National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, January 2006 (external PDF file)

National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) Oklahoma Regional Demographic Profiles

Powerpoint Presentations From the Oct. 29, 2009, Making Place Matter Seminar

For additional information, contact Dr. Debra Stuart at 405.225.9168 or dstuart@osrhe.edu.


National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) Oklahoma Regional Demographic Profiles
Statewide Data With Oklahoma City Metro Highlights (PPT, 2m)
Northwest/Panhandle Region (PPT, 2.6m)
Southwest Region (PPT, 2.5m)
South Central/Lawton Region (PPT, 2.5m)
El Reno/Chickasha Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Enid/Ponca City Region (PPT, 2.4m)
Oklahoma City Metro Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Guthrie/Shawnee Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Norman/Moore Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Southern Region (PPT, 2.6m)
Osage/Stillwater/Seminole Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Tulsa County Region (PPT, 2.4m)
Rogers/Wagoner Region (PPT, 2.3m)
Northeast Region (PPT, 2.4m)
Eastern Region (PPT, 2.5m)
Southeast Region (PPT, 2.4m)

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Powerpoint Presentations From the Oct. 29, 2009, Making Place Matter Seminar

Opening Presentation by Chancellor Glen D. Johnson (PPT, 3.8m)
Regional Stewardship Overview by Collaborative Economics (PPT, 380k)
NCHEMS Presentation by Patrick Kelly (PPT, 1.5m)
Keynote Presentation by CSU Fresno President John Welty (PPT, 621k)

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