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Oklahoma Higher Education's Campus E-Clips Newsletter - March 2007 http://www.okhighered.org/newsletter/Archives/index-032807.html[8/19/2013 4:41:11 PM] IN OTHER NEWS MARCH 28, 2007 EVENTS OSU-Tulsa moves toward smoke-free campus OU receives award for campus internationalization Students help students at OPSU State's most advanced telescope added to OSU EOSC campus honor club wins top award for third straight year ECU first in state, few in nation to embed service learning in curriculum Next fall, East Central University will become the only university in Oklahoma and one of the few in the country where service-learning will be embedded into the academic curriculum. All beginning freshmen will be included in the new 30-hour requirement which can be met by taking two regular courses with a service-learning designation. Read more. SWOSU student surprised with car Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Lisa Grossenbacher of Weatherford has some new wheels. Thanks to the efforts of the SWOSU Social Work Association, the junior special needs student now has a car that will get her around the Weatherford area. The presentation of a 2000 silver Plymouth Neon was made at a heart-touching ceremony recently on the SWOSU campus. Read more. CU scholarship to promote America's Army Cameron University President Cindy Ross announced the establishment of the Lawton-Fort Sill Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Scholarship recently during a formal signing held at the Center for Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies (CETES) on CU's main campus. Read more. USAO alum's 'Bluesman' may see silver screen In a time when comic book superheroes of every form and fashion are hitting movie theatres across the country, Hollywood's newest antidote may come in the form of "Bluesman," a gritty, southern guitarist with a song to sing and a story to tell. If writer Rob Vollmar has anything to do with it, his graphic novel's character will make it all the way to the big screen. Read more. NSU Oklahoma Center for Rural Development launches web site Community, county and state statistics on topics from workplace employment to available properties are the cornerstones of a new Web site launched by the Oklahoma Center for Rural Development at Northeastern State University. Read more. Now-April 6 - "We Are Who We Were" at OSU-OKC April 6 - Country hall of famer Harold Bradley at USAO April 12 - Eighth annual SWOSUpalooza April 18-21 - American Indian Symposium at NSU April 30 - State bar association president at RSC CAMPUS NEWS LINKS* PHOTO GALLERY Ardmore H.E.C.* Cameron* Carl Albert Connors East Central* Eastern Oklahoma Langston Murray NEO A&M Northeastern* Northern Northwestern* OCCC* OPSU* OSRHE* OSU* OSU-CHS* OSUIT, Okmulgee* OSU-OKC* OSU-Tulsa* OU* OUHSC* Redlands Rogers* Rose State* Seminole Southeastern* SWOSU* TCC* UCO USAO* Western All that jazz Ropin' in the awards Hi to "The Science Guy"
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|Title||Campus e-clips, 03/28/2007|
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Communicators Council.
|Purpose||ECU first in state, few in nation to embed service learning in curriculum; SWOSU student surprised with car; CU scholarship to promote America's Army; USAO alum's 'Bluesman' may see silver screen; NSU Oklahoma Center for Rural Development launches web site;|
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