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  • Greater Woodward Northwestern Alumni to host Red Tie Jazz

    January 18, 2017 – Northwestern Oklahoma State University alumni and friends are invited to an evening of live music in celebration of the Woodward campus’s 20-year anniversary on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the Woodward Conference Center.

  • Fishers establish scholarship to benefit Northwestern education students

    October 19, 2016 – While some things may change, education remains a constant theme in the lives of Dr. Deena Fisher, Dean for Northwestern’s Woodward campus, and Tom Fisher, former Assistant Superintendent of Woodward Public Schools. The passion the couple has for their profession has led them to establish the Dr. Deena and Tom Fisher Scholarship at Northwestern Oklahoma State University to support students pursuing a degree in education.

  • Northwestern to play host to chili fundraiser for United Fund in Woodward

    October 10, 2014 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Woodward campus will play host to the annual United Fund Frito Chili Pie Fundraiser on Oct. 14-15 from 4-7:30 p.m. in the Campus Commons Area.

  • AAUW winners recognized at annual ceremony

    Monica Schmidt, 1984 Northwestern Oklahoma State University alumna and Woods County assessor, was named the 2011 Woman of the Year by the American Association of University Women during its annual recognition ceremony March 24. Valarie Case, university relations specialist and 1985 alumna, received the Cultural Development Award. Dr. Deena Fisher, Northwestern-Woodward dean, was presented the Educational Development Award and Karen Armbruster, extension educator, was honored with the Community Development Award.

  • Two Northwestern women recognized for contributions to northwest Oklahoma

    Three women, including two employees of Northwestern Oklahoma State University, will be honored for their community contributions during the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) Annual Recognition Ceremony and Dinner on Thursday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.

  • '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.

  • Evans, Fisher, Pecha serve in leadership roles outside of Northwestern

    Three employees at Northwestern Oklahoma State University not only serve in different leadership capacities on campus, but they also are serving in their community Chambers of Commerce. Dr. Cheryl Evans, Northwestern-Enid dean, serves as the Enid Chamber of Commerce chair; Dr. Deena Fisher, Northwestern-Woodward dean, currently is the vice president of the Woodward Chamber of Commerce; and David Pecha, vice president for administration, is the president of the Alva Chamber of Commerce.

  • 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.

  • 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.