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  • Northwestern professor, president of NOCA, excited for upcoming seminar

    November 8, 2013--The Northwest Oklahoma Counseling Association (NOCA) is offering a continuing education (CE) seminar Monday, Dec. 2 from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. at High Plains Technology Center in Woodward.

  • Master of Counseling Psychology students to present at annual conference

    January 30, 2013 -- Four graduate students in the Master of Counseling Psychology program at Northwestern Oklahoma State University have been selected to present at the 2013 Mid-Winter Oklahoma Counseling Association (OCA) Conference.  

  • Northwestern holds science academy for high school students

    July 3, 2012 -- Twenty-four high school students recently participated in a new summer science academy held at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva. Titled “Exploring the Benefits of Human-Animal Interaction,” the academy was offered free due to a two-year grant from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

  • Northwestern students present at Oklahoma Counseling Association Conference

    April 4, 2012 -- Graduate students and one senior from Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently assisted with the Oklahoma Counseling Association mid-winter conference and presented two topics titled “Hardiness” and “Drug Education and Recognition.”

  • New Summer Science Academy at Northwestern to explore benefits of human-animal interaction

    January 30, 2012 -- Oklahoma students who will be in the 9th or 10th grades in the fall of 2012 are encouraged to apply by April 13 for a new science academy that will take place this summer at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva. Up to 30 students will be selected to attend “Exploring the Benefits of Human-Animal Interaction” June 10-16 on the Alva campus for free thanks to a two-year grant recently approved by the Oklahoma State Board of Regents.

  • Northwestern psychology students attend Daniel Goleman seminar

    October 13, 2011 - Earlier this month, several Northwestern Oklahoma State University psychology students accompanied Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology, to the Daniel Goleman Seminar held at the University of Central Oklahoma.

  • Northwestern students, faculty recreate 'Ugly Bugs' by Dale Brown

    When Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, first moved to Alva she was told that the statue sitting in front of the Runnymede Hotel was Dale Brown, the late wife of Dr. Ken Brown, local Alva resident and former chemistry professor at Northwestern.

  • Linstrum presents at counselor's conference

    Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, recently presented at the Texas School Counselor’s Association Annual Conference held at the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, Texas.

  • Northwestern psychology professor article accepted for publication

    One of Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s newest psychology faculty members, Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology, is the senior researcher and author of an article recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Intercultural Disciplines.

  • Human connections is topic of upcoming psychology seminar

    Any Northwestern Oklahoma State University student, employee or any area community members who are interested in counseling and mental health should consider attending “Human Connections: Animal-Assisted Therapy & Drumming Therapy,” a seminar put on by the Northwestern Psychology Club. The seminar will be held on Thursday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to noon, in the Student Center Ranger Room.

  • Linstrum receives Distinguished Service Award

    Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology, presented at the Texas Counseling Association (TCA) Annual Growth Conference. The TCA conference was held in November. Linstrum’s presentation, titled “Self-esteem and Reading to Animals,” was selected via peer review committee for the conference. She also was awarded a Distinguished Service Award for her previous work within the TCA.