When Kryistal Sanders first saw the photos of Northeastern State University Hall of Fame winners posted on the walls in the University Center as a freshman in 2005, she knew those students were being honored for outstanding accomplishments.
When the Barthelmes Conservatory Music School graduates its first students this month, two will be looking forward to college careers that might not otherwise have been possible if the fledgling program had not opened its doors five years ago.
The Oklahoma Military Academy was founded in 1919. The institution quickly became recognized as the top military academy in the United States. In 1971, in response to the growing educational needs of the community, Rogers State University replaced the institution.
The Missouri Military Academy is one of the very few all-male college preparatory military boarding schools in the nation. Located in Mexico, Mo., this 120-year old private school bases it?s strengths on traditions and values. Leadership is the key to creating strong academic achievements. Cadets (students) learn through a structured, traditional learning environment that includes self-discipline, teamwork, motivation and the ability to learn how to lead as well as follow.
Tulsa Public Schools is seeking community input as the district prepares for meaningful change in the coming school year. is in the process of transforming schools in the city?s most economically depressed areas in a number of innovative ways. A community forum is planned for Tuesday, June 16 to discuss effective school leadership and other initiatives that impact especially high-poverty schools.
TULSA – “Lincoln’s Legacy of Equality: Voices on the Fringe??? is the theme for the 2009 Oklahoma Chautauqua June 2-6 at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa. The 18th annual event is presented by the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa.
The Investiture of Dr. Larry Rice as the 14th president of Rogers State University was a part of the Baccalaureate Commencement Ceremony Saturday, May 9.
Tulsa Community College Continuing Education recently made a name change to one of the divisions at the education center to focus more on family programming as well as academic and youth enrichment.
Long-time advertising executive and 15-year University of Tulsa adjunct professor of advertising, Bill Hinkle, was awarded “Advertising Educator of the Year??? by the 10th District of the American Advertising Federation, covering the four states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. The award was presented at the annual 10th District Convention, this year held in Houston, Texas, April 24-26.
Sparkle, the Tooth Fairy awards Riverfield Country Day School’s kindergarten and first graders with glittery fairy dust after they learned the importance of oral hygiene and pediatric dental care.
Everyone seems to be watching the financial market these days, including Angel Arrazola, a Union high school senior currently enrolled in Tulsa Tech’s Accounting II class. Earlier this year, Angel was honored as the state winner of the Invest Ed Students Tracking and Researching the Stock Market (STARS) investment education project, and received a $1,000 prize during an awards ceremony at the University of Oklahoma.
During the month of April, Huntington Learning Center, along with colleges and universities, student groups, and other related associations and groups across the nation, are supporting and celebrating Mathematics Awareness Month. The program began in 1986 and aims to increase public understanding and appreciation for mathematics as a field of study.
The Corporation for National and Community Service honored Community Care College and Clary Sage College recently with a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts and service to America’s communities.
Friends and family of Jan Gordon and the late David Gordon joined Northeastern State University administrators, faculty and staff April 10 on the Broken Arrow campus to dedicate the David and Jan Gordon Conference Room in honor of the couple’s years of service to the Regional University System of Oklahoma and NSU.
Like many high school students, Evan Pratt enjoys listening to rock music. However, this Broken Arrow high school junior not only enjoys listening to various metal and alternative rock bands, but also enjoys playing guitars that he has designed and constructed himself.