OU, OSU Find Cost Savings in Shared Technology Services; "Rebellious" Teen Changes Her Mind, Enrolls at ECU After All; Southeastern Collaborates on Choctaw University; NSU Optometry Students to Make Mission Trip to Honduras; OSU-OKC Offers Free...
Indians of North America--Mental health services.; Systems of care for children's mental health--United States.; Indian children--Mental health services--United States--Evaluation.; Child mental health services--United States--Evaluation.;...
The purpose of the exploratory study, conducted between July 2007 and January 2008, was to examine the unique financing opportunities and challenges of Tribal systems of care in relation to program sustainability. The overall goal of collecting...
Reparation (Criminal justice)--Oklahoma.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Legal status, laws, etc.;
Is is the intention of the Crime Victims Compensation Board and staff to be sensitive to the traditional needs of victims in Oklahoma, and specifically our large American Indian population. We want to honor other cultures by addressing and...
Oklahoma. Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development--Periodicals.; Manpower policy--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;
Since 2004, the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development has been working to develop creative solutions that expand and improve Oklahoma’s workforce, promote a stronger economy, and make the state more competitive globally.
Child mental health services--Oklahoma.; Youth--Mental health services--Oklahoma.;
This Toolkit is intended to be used as a guide for development of new SOC communities as well as for existing sites as a reference guide.; Systems of Care (SOC) is an organized group of state and local level partners who come together to ensure...
Climate changes--Oklahoma.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma.
The Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU), in collaboration with the Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) and Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), hosted a meeting on climate...
Inside Corrections is an Oklahoma Department of Corrections monthly publication distributed to employees, retirees and friends of criminal justice, to enhance communications and provide information on the development and achievements of this agency.
NSU Hosts Educational Forums Leading to Presidential Inauguration; NSUBA Regents' Conference Room Dedicated in Honor of Gordons [Jan gordon, David Gordon]; Mankiller, Sullivan To Speak At Spring '09 Commencement Ceremonies; Oklahoma Higher...
O2k0lah1om0a Book Awards
Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
AWA R D
Photographs on the program cover are by David Fitzgerald. Front cover: trees in the water,
Mountain Fork River in Beavers Bend State Park, late fall. Back...
Coming soon: 9th Annual Oklahoma Transition Institute (OTI); Sooner SUCCESS; OU Zarrow Center; Summer Camp; More Summer Camps...; Special Olympics Oklahoma 45th Annual Summer Games; The 6th annual Virgil Taylor and Dr. Netie Fischer Memorial Golf...
OHP vital presence in tornado aftermath; Annual Law Enforcement Memorial services; Weilert, Brown save puppy; DL Services division welcomes new examiners; Fisher carries torch final leg for opening ceremonies; eViews [Jason Richardson, Tracy Brown,...
Weekly Email Newsletter; Keep up to date with events, news and developments at the Oklahoma Historical Society with our weekly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox.; Produced by the Membership and Development Office of the Oklahoma...
Oklahoma Book Awards
20th Celebration of
Welcome to the
AWA R D
The Oklahoma Heritage Association
Pioneer Library System/Red Dirt Book...
Million Dollar Gift 'Raises the Roof' for NSU's College of Education; Northeastern, Connors combine forces at Muskogee campus; Cherry to retire at fall semester's end [Kim Cherry]; Centurion nomination forms available online; Graduates are 'vital...
Indians of North America--Sports--Juvenile literature.; Indians of North America--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Oklahoma.; Indians of North America--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
In Brief: Explore the Native American connections to many of today's popular sports. Full Description: Brought to you by the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum and the Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations, this edition of the Native American...
Betz: Working Together, NSU Will Chart Second Century; TCC, NSU Partner To Help Students Earn Degrees; "Study Abroad" In Cherokee Nation Comes To Campus; Mankiller To NSU Graduates: Optimism Key to Successful Future; No Tuition Increases For...
Mineral industries--United States--Periodicals.; Interstate Mining Compact Commission--Periodicals.
representatives of the states in which surface mining takes place in exploring the possible role of interstate action, through Compact and otherwise, in this field; The Mining Compact is designed to be advisory, not regulatory in nature, and its...
Books and Authors
March 9, 1996
to the Seventh Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center
John Hope Franklin
recipient of the
1996 Arrell Gibson...
Older people--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Southern Oklahoma Development Authority. Area Agency on Aging--Periodicals.
Assistance. Advocacy. Answers on Aging.; SODA Area Agency on Aging provides the services of Family Care giving, Legal Aid, Nutrition, and Transportation Services through local grantees to persons 60 years and older.
Oklahoma Book Awards Books and Authors
to the Tenth Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
March 13, 1999
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
and Western Heritage Center
Unlike monograph and serials holdings, it has historically been difficult to gauge oral history holdings in Oklahoma libraries. It appears many libraries do not publicize or catalog their oral history collections and no known effort has been made,...
UCO President Webb testifies at Senate hearing on "Security on College Campuses"; New Web site helps students get ready for college; President Johnson-Sirleaf speaks at Langston University; Eastern breaks ground on first new building in almost 40...