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  • Five Northwestern professors earn doctorates

    July 2, 2015--Northwestern Oklahoma State University recognizes five professors who completed their dissertations and earned their doctorates this academic year.

  • Northwestern, NWTC partner for MASH Camp

    June 18, 2015--Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Northwest Technology Center (NWTC) recently partnered to play host to the inaugural Medical Avenues in Service and Health (MASH) Camp, held on the two campuses in Alva on June 1-3, with support from the Wisdom Foundation.

  • Hannaford appointed to state educational commission

    May 4, 2015 -- Dr. Bo Hannaford, dean of the School of Professional Studies at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, has been appointed by Gov. Mary Fallin to serve on the Oklahoma Commission for Educational Quality and Accountability. Fallin’s appointment of Hannaford was confirmed by the Senate.

  • Oklahoma Teacher Certification tests now offered at NWOSU-Alva Campus

    March 26, 2015--Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Alva campus has been approved as a Pearson VUE Authorized Test Center for the Certification Exams for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) and will be listed on the CEOE registration web page beginning April 4.

  • Governor appoints Hannaford to Education Advisory Committee

    February 17, 2015--Dr. Bo Hannaford, dean of the School of Professional Studies at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, has been selected by Gov. Mary Fallin to serve on her Governor’s Education Advisory Committee.           

  • Hannaford comes 'home;' Settles in as dean

    August 27, 2012 -- After a career in coaching and teaching, Dr. Bo Hannaford, 1992 and 1996 alumnus, has returned to his hometown of Alva and his alma mater Northwestern Oklahoma State University where in his second year he’s leading the School of Professional Studies as dean.

  • Oklahoma Clinical Alliance meets at Northwestern

     June 7, 2012  -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s education faculty, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation (OCTP), played host this week to the first Oklahoma Clinical Alliance focus group. Purpose of the meeting was for administrators and educators from P-12 schools in northwest Oklahoma to meet with the Northwestern education faculty to determine how the university can better serve its school districts in a more collaborative way.