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Oklahoma Higher Education's Campus E-Clips Newsletter http://www.okhighered.org/newsletter/Archives/index-031303.html[8/21/2013 4:18:54 PM] IN OTHER NEWS MARCH 13, 2003 EVENTS TCC, OU-Tulsa Celebrate National Recognition of Model Pharmacy Program RSC Physics Department Nationally Recognized, Preparing for Site Visit UCO Psychology Student Wins National Honors SSC Receives $250,000 in Federal Money NOC Music Intern Program Helps Tonkawa School A Man On A Mission: OPSU President Bryant Panhandle State’s Dr. David Bryant, not even one month into his position as president, has hit the ground running. He is already very active in all phases of day-to-day management in the academic side of things as well as the business and public relations aspects. Accompanied by his two young grandsons, he is also a fixture at Aggie athletic events. Read more on President Bryant. State Regents Discuss Process Designed to Increase Oklahoma’s Economic Prosperity In response to Gov. Brad Henry’s challenge in his state-of-the-state address that Oklahoma higher education harness the energies of its faculty and students as a force for economic development in the state, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education announced Oklahoma’s plan for economic prosperity. Read more on increasing Oklahoma's economic prosperity. Hollywood Filmmaker Offers Series at USAO After a long and successful career making movies in Hollywood with names like Coppola, Eastwood, Brando and Redford, filmmaker Gray Frederickson has returned to Oklahoma to raise a family. And while he's still making movies -- the latest is "My Five Wives" featuring Rodney Dangerfield -- Frederickson enjoys helping young Oklahoma filmmakers get started, and sharing his colorful career in films. Read more on Gray Frederickson. African American Author Awarded NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature Mildred D. Taylor, one of the foremost writers for young people in the United States for nearly three decades, has been named laureate of the inaugural $25,000 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature, awarded by the University of Oklahoma and its international quarterly, World Literature Today. Read more on Mildred D. Taylor. Pickens Record Gift Takes OSU to Next Level Oklahoma State University alumnus Boone Pickens announced a $70 million commitment to his alma mater on March 6th -- the largest single gift ever to OSU. Pickens' total support of the university now approaches $75 million, making the 1951 March 13-15: OCCC to Host NCAA Diving Championships March 24-April 28: OSU Mini-Medical School March 26-29: OSU Hosting Big XII Native American Student Leadership Conference April 4: Redbud Jazz Festival April 15: Oklahoma Guitarist Returns for Performance April 16-18: NSU Symposium on the American Indian CAMPUS NEWS LINKS* PHOTO GALLERY Ardmore H.E.C. Cameron* Carl Albert * Connors Duncan H.E.C. East Central * Eastern Oklahoma Langston McCurtain County H.E.C. Murray NEO A&M Northeastern* Northern* Northwestern* OCCC* Panhandle* OU* OSRHE* OSU* OSU-OKC* OSU-OKMULGEE* OSU-CHS* OSU-Tulsa* OUHSC* Redlands Rogers* Rose State * Seminole Southeastern* Southwestern* TCC* UCO USAO* NASA astronaut, Cmdr. John Herrington Bryan McLaughlin OSU senior Bryan McLaughlin was named to the USA-Today All-USA College Academic Team.
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|Title||Campus e-clips, 03/13/2003|
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Communicators Council.
|Purpose||A Man On A Mission: OPSU President Bryant; State Regents Discuss Process Designed to Increase Oklahoma's Economic Prosperity; Hollywood Filmmaker Offers Series at USAO; African American Author Awarded NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature; Pickens Record Gifts Takes OSU to Next level;|
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