Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is marking a major milestone this spring, celebrating 15 years of providing quality higher education in downtown Tulsa and making a degree from a comprehensive research university more accessible to thousands of graduates.
East Central University’s Dr. Carl Rutledge, a physics professor, received the 2013 David and Molly Boren Mentor Award on Jan. 16 at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City.
A $3 million gift from the Price Family Foundation to the University of Oklahoma and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University will create the first-ever anaerobic structural biology program in the United States.
As the only college in Oklahoma to offer an associate degree in computer forensics/e-Discovery, OSU-Oklahoma City has taken the responsibility of training its students to a new level.
Northern Oklahoma College is developing plans for a new residential housing project to create improved housing options for student populations on the Tonkawa and Enid campuses.
Rogers State University celebrated on Jan. 7 the opening of a new Pryor campus at MidAmerica Industrial Park that will bolster educational opportunity and support workforce development in northeastern Oklahoma.
The 17th annual Women in Science Conference will be held Tuesday, March 4, at the Spirit Bank Event Center in Tulsa. More than 840 teachers and students from 61 schools across Oklahoma have registered to attend.