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Oklahoma Higher Education's Campus E-Clips Newsletter - October 2005 http://www.okhighered.org/newsletter/Archives/index-101905.html[8/20/2013 3:45:54 PM] IN OTHER NEWS OCTOBER 19, 2005 EVENTS Enrollment continues near record levels Monetary gift will help build nursing lab at NWOSU-Enid TCC honors early childhood education leaders UCO officials meet to discuss severe weather preparedness Redlands golf team wins Division I tournament New information portal will save students time, money Oklahoma higher education is one step closer in creating a free student information Web site that will serve as a one-stop shop for college planning and preparation. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recently authorized California-based Xap, Inc. to design, develop and implement a student information portal, which is expected to be fully operational by late 2006. Read more. Queen for a day: 71-year-old grandmother captures NSU homecoming crown Muriel Saunders has accomplished much in her 71 years and her latest feat has drawn national attention. Saunders made a splash in the headlines when she was recently crowned Northeastern State University's 2005 Homecoming Queen. An advocate for the elderly, she has since made appearances on national radio and television programs and is also being considered for an international television appearance as well. Saunders is working on her master’s degree in speech communication at NSU. She graduated from Northeastern in May 2005 with a bachelor’ degree in speech communication. Retired from a career in human resources, the 40-year cancer survivor is the mother of three and has two grandchildren. Read more. Rose State College partners with Langston grad students for GEAR UP program The Rose State College GEAR UP Program has initiated an agreement with Langston University graduate students to participate in an internship program that provides college preparatory services to Oklahoma City Public School System high school seniors. Interns are contracted for the fall 2005 and spring 2006 semesters and are required to work approximately 13 hours per week as private guidance counselors to high school seniors and their parents. Read more. Redlands prepares high school students for careers in health care with Club Scrub Redlands Community College believes in and is dedicated to preparing students for the future. It is this dedication that led to the development of RCC’s Club Scrub three years ago. Club Scrub is an organization designed for El Reno High School and Union City High School students who are seriously interested in pursuing a career in the health care arena. Approximately 40 students are selected for membership each year through an application process. Read more. Oct. 28 - USAO Outdoor Concert Nov. 10 - Cleo Parker Dance Ensemble at Rose State Nov. 10-11 - SEOSU Native American Symposium RSC Scandinavian Art Exhibit 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's Well! Gitty up!
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Regents for Higher Education, Oklahoma State
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|Title||Campus e-clips, 10/19/2005|
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Communicators Council.
|Purpose||New information portal will save students time, money; Queen for a day: 71-year-old grandmother captures NSU homecoming crown; Rose State College partners with Langston grad students for GEAR UP program; Redlands prepares high school students for careers in health care with Club Scrub;|
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