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  • Northwestern alumnus presents president with Woodward campus photograph

    March 16, 2012 -- Paul Lord, a 1972 Northwestern Oklahoma State University alumnus, recently presented his uniquely-designed graphic art photography of Northwestern-Woodward to Dr. Janet Cunningham, president.  It currently is displayed in the business office at the Woodward campus.

  • Regents approve Northwestern budget for fiscal year 2012

    Dealing with a 5.8 percent cut in state funding was the paramount challenge for administrators at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in preparing its budget for the 2012 fiscal year that began July 1.

  • Cunningham, Fisher selected as Oklahoma's leading women

    The Journal Record has selected two prominent women of Northwestern Oklahoma State University as recipients of the “50 Making a Difference” award for the state of Oklahoma. Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president, and Dr. Deena Fisher, Northwestern-Woodward dean, formally will be recognized at a gala event in October in Oklahoma City.

  • Regents approve Northwestern budget for fiscal year 2011

    A nominal increase in tuition and a final allocation of federal stimulus funds will allow Northwestern Oklahoma State University to help offset a decrease in state appropriations for the 2011 fiscal year that begins July 1.

  • Fifteen selected for President's Leadership Class

    Fifteen outstanding high school seniors from Oklahoma and Kansas have been selected to participate in the President’s Leadership Class (PLC) during their freshman year at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

  • Cunningham signs domestic violence proclamation

    Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president, signs a proclamation at the Domestic Violence Awareness Month tree dedication ceremony at Northwestern Oklahoma State University last month. Joining Cunningham is Sandra Harmon, violence prevention coordinator. The tree, donated by the Northwest Domestic Violence Center, was planted in remembrance of the past survivors, and honors the individuals who died in acts of domestic violence.
  • Wisdom Family Foundation funds endowed chair in art

    Grace Wisdom’s love of art and the family’s strong belief in education has led the Wisdom Family Foundation, Inc., to present a gift of $250,000 to endow a faculty chair position in art at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, giving new life to an academic program that was eliminated more than 20 years ago.
  • Northwestern signs exchange agreement with Sias University

    Administrators from Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently enjoyed an eight day excursion to China for the signing of an educational exchange agreement with SIAS International University in Xinzheng City, Henan.