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  • Blood drive to be held March 6-7 at Northwestern-Woodward

    March 4, 2013 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Woodward campus is partnering with Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) to ask all area residents to give blood on Wednesday, March 6, and Thursday, March 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at a blood drive that will occur at 2007 34th Street in Woodward.

  • 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.

  • Northwestern Alumni Association to host pregame reception

    Nov. 10, 2011 - The Northwestern Oklahoma State University men’s basketball team is headed to Woodward Wednesday, Nov. 16, for the Ranger Roundball Classic, and Northwestern alumni and friends are invited to a pregame reception in the Woodward High School Media Center.

  • Native American speaker comes to Northwestern-Woodward Nov. 9

    November 3, 2011 - As part of Native American Month, Mimona Littlehawk-Sills will talk about honoring her ancestors during a program at Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Woodward on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. This free event will be broadcast via ITV to Northwestern-Alva, Education Center, room 108; Northwestern-Enid, room 210; and Ponca City, room 127.

  • 'Red Tie Affair' for alumni, friends to feature university choral groups March 8, Woodward

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University alumni and friends are invited to wear school colors to A Red Tie Affair on the campus of Northwestern Woodward Tuesday, March 8. The Greater Woodward Northwestern Oklahoma State University Alumni Task Force will host a reception for alumni and friends in the LaVern Phillips Executive Conference Room at 6:45 p.m. before attendees enjoy a special 7:30 p.m. performance by the University Singers and University Chorale.

  • Northwestern blood drives hope to decrease blood shortage

    With the decline in donations due to recent winter weather, the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) has declared a blood emergency with less than a one-day supply. Northwestern Oklahoma State University wants to help OBI with the blood shortage and encourages all healthy donors to give blood at Northwestern-Woodward on Wednesday, Feb. 9, and Thursday, Feb.10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Nursing students receive electric beds from Woodward Regional Hospital

      Nursing students at Northwestern Oklahoma State University would like to thank the Woodward Regional Hospital for donating three electric beds and for providing continued support to the Northwestern-Woodward skills lab.  There are approximately 48 pre-nursing and nursing students at the Woodward campus.  Students will gain hand-on experience with these new beds.  
  • Northwestern invites historian for National Hispanic Month

    In celebrating National Hispanic Month, Northwestern Oklahoma State University welcomes the public to a presentation by Rodger Harris, folklife historian and storyteller from the Oklahoma State Historical Society.

  • Forum on children's Internet safety to be held Sunday

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Social Work Department and Social Worker’s Association of Tomorrow (SWAT) are playing host to a community forum regarding keeping children safe on the Internet and from trafficking, on Sunday, Sept. 26, from 4-6:30 p.m. in the Northwestern-Woodward Commons Area.

  • Northwestern to honor Phillips for contributions to Woodward campus

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University will honor longtime civic leader and Woodward Industrial Foundation president LaVern Phillips for his contributions to the success of its Woodward Campus during a public reception there on Wednesday, July 21 at 5:30 p.m.

  • Enrollment in summer courses increases 4.2 percent

    More students are enrolling in summer semester courses at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

  • Ellis family endows second scholarship, shares hopes for Northwestern-Woodward

    Huge potential is what the James Ellis family sees in Northwestern’s campus in Woodward. This vision led Ellis, who has been contributing to Northwestern for several years, to endow a second scholarship—the James C. Ellis Woodward Psychology Scholarship.

  • Fisher named Woodward Citizen of the Year

    Dr. Deena Fisher, dean of Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Woodward, was named the Woodward Citizen of the Year by the Woodward Chamber of Commerce last week.
  • Fisher appointed to state commission for women

    Dr. Deena Fisher, Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Woodward dean, has been appointed to serve on the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. She will attend her first meeting as commissioner last Thursday at the capitol.