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4 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

Family, friends use "selfie" to remember lost loved one, support others battling cancer

Last year, the University of Oklahoma lost a staff member to esophageal cancer and now, family and friends are turning to the power of the 'selfie' to help others battling the same disease.


Related Topix: Esophageal Cancer, Health

9 hrs ago | Texomaland

Austin College Hosts Asia Week Speaker

Our clients continue to give great reviews of our staff, their expertise and efficiency.


Related Topix: Austin College, Sherman, TX, Ma Ying-jeou, Southern Methodist University

13 hrs ago | MediaShift

#EdShift Chat: How to Hack Your Curriculum

On Friday, April 18, our bi-weekly #EdShift chat will focus on helping educators "hack the curriculum" with experiments.


Related Topix: Texas State University, Florida International University

Mon Apr 14, 2014

Friends, family mourn former Oklahoma physician killed in suburban Kansas City shooting

Family and friends are mourning the death of a doctor with deep Oklahoma roots who was shot and killed Sunday near Kansas City, Kan.


Related Topix: Oklahoma, Bray, OK, Marlow, OK

Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc.

Delta Epsilon Chapter Rechartered

Location: University of Oklahoma - Norman, OK Designation: Delta Epsilon Re-Chartering Date: April 12, 2014 Installed by: Regent Charlie Eitel Campus Snapshot: The University of Oklahoma campus is located in Norman, Okla., just south of the state capitol of Oklahoma City.


Related Topix: Norman, OK, Sigma Nu, Student Society, Fraternities

Sun Apr 13, 2014

University of Oklahoma's energy-focused MBA program offers global perspective

After beginning his career as a petroleum engineer, John Argo quickly has climbed to general manager of resource engineering at Oklahoma City-based HighMount Exploration and Production LLC. While the engineering background prepared him for finding the best way to recover oil and natural gas from rock deep underground, Argo's current position ... (more)


Related Topix: Oklahoma City, OK, Norman, OK

Washington Times

UAFS professor prepares students for life

For Melissa Whiting , teaching is about challenging students, encouraging them to take risks and preparing them for their post-academic lives.


Related Topix: University of Arkansas, Fort Smith, AR, University of Southern Mississippi, University of Tulsa, Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens

Sat Apr 12, 2014

Western Heritage Awards presented in Oklahoma City

Western Heritage Award winners wrangled top honors in Oklahoma City Saturday at the 53rd anniversary celebration.


Related Topix: Oklahoma City, OK, Arts, Literature, Photography

The Capital-Journal

DOD interrogator to talk about Saddam Hussein's capture

Eric Maddox, an interrogator for the U.S. Department of Defense, will present "Finding Saddam" at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Lied Center, 1600 Stewart Drive.


Related Topix: Department of Defense, US News, Iraq, World News,

Lamar Daily News

2014 Colorado Book Awards finalists named

Deeper in the Heart of the Rockies is nominated for a 2014 Colorado Book Award in the creative nonfiction category.


Related Topix: Colorado, Nonfiction, Arts, Folk, Telluride, CO

Fri Apr 11, 2014


OU History of Science department receives Sloan Foundation grant

The University of Oklahoma History of Science Department has received a $350,000 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in support of a project to build an innovative tool for collaborative research centered on the 100-year-old Isis Bibliography of the History of Science.


Oklahoma City Friday

40 Years of Friday: Where are they now?

Dax went from 'down on the farm' to land man Dax Strickland made one of his first appearances in OKC FRIDAY on May 18, 1984 as a young student at Heritage Hall.


Related Topix: Oklahoma City University

Thu Apr 10, 2014

Gilmer Mirror

TMA Unveils Williford Collection's Mediterranea April 13

The enduring fascination with the landscapes, seascapes and culture of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa among American artists - and an East Texas collector - is the focus of the Tyler Museum of Art's next exhibition, Mediterranea: American Art from the Graham D. Williford Collection.


Related Topix: Travel, Africa, Nigeria Travel, South Africa Travel, Nigeria Travel, Africa, South Africa Travel, Africa, Mali Travel, Africa Travel, Mali Travel, Fairfield, TX

Alabama Live

Blood alcohol test wasn't done in Gulf Shores spring break crash

A man charged in a March 21 crash that killed a college student admitted to drinking and failed field sobriety tests, but police did not get a court order to make him submit to a blood alcohol test, an officer testified Thursday.


Related Topix: Gulf Shores, AL, Foley, AL


Anita on the Hill

Anita Hill is currently making the publicity rounds to talk up "Anita", a documentary about her 1991 confrontation at a Senate confirmation hearing with Clarence Thomas over the Supreme court nominee's "unwanted sexual advances".


Related Topix: Brandeis University, Sex Scandal, Oklahoma, US Politics, US News, Joe Biden

The Norman Transcript

OU college of fine arts to premier Franz Joseph Haydn's 'The Seasons' on campus

Explore the many stages of life during the University of Oklahoma's Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts presentation of Franz Joseph Haydn's "The Seasons" during two performances - 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday - at the Reynolds ...


Wed Apr 09, 2014

Oklahoma City metro-area achievers

Parker is chairman of the Department of Accounting, Computer Science and Entrepreneurship.


Related Topix: Oklahoma City, OK, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Midwest City, OK

KTEN-TV Denison

Bridenstine to host energy town hall in Tulsa

U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine is scheduled to be joined by the ambassador from Azerbaijan for a town hall in Tulsa that is expected to focus on energy security and political stability.


Related Topix: Republican, US House of Representatives, Representative Jim Bridenstine, US Politics, US News

Tracking MIAs among areas cited in new report on federal duplication

In a report released Tuesday, the GAO - the auditing arm of Congress - found 11 more examples of overlap, duplication and fragmentation that could be wasting money.


Related Topix: Department of Defense, US News

Tue Apr 08, 2014

Colorado Springs Business Journal

Wallace leads medical campus growth and future

Erik Wallace, M.D., is one of the newest staff members at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.


Related Topix: Colorado Springs, CO, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Medicine, Internal Medicine, University of Alabama