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  • Northwestern students to lecture on evolution Sunday

    September 20, 2012 -- As a requirement for Dr. Aaron Place’s Biological Evolution course at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, students are giving lectures on the topic of evolution on Sunday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. in the Science Amphitheatre.

  • Place organizes symposium on science, religion

    April 26, 2012 -- Dr. Aaron Place, associate professor of biology at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, recently organized a symposium for a professional forum on science and religion in Tulsa.  

  • Science and Religion Forum to take place Feb. 12-13

    The Natural Science Department at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will play host to a Science and Religion Forum in the Science Amphitheater on the Northwestern-Alva Campus on Saturday, Feb. 12, and on the Northwestern-Enid campus on Sunday, Feb. 13, at 2 p.m.

  • Josh Rich, Coleman Teel attend Research Day at the capitol

    Josh Rich, Fairview sophomore, and Coleman Teel, Harper (Kan.) senior, represented Northwestern Oklahoma State University during Research Day at the State Capitol and presented their research project titled “Predator Odors as a Potential Repellant for Snakes.” The purpose of the project was to test the efficacy of the odor of a known snake predator as a repellent.

  • Northwestern wildlife biology student explores urban pigeons in Alva

    Chris Cole, a Granby, Mo., senior majoring in wildlife biology at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, has been completing research on his independent study project titled “Spacio-temperal analysis of the Urban Pigeon.” This project focuses on the flying range and habitat of three pigeons located in downtown Alva.

  • Science department to play host to Science and Religion Forum

    A lively discussion about the nature of science and religion, focusing on the science of evolution, will be held at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva on Feb. 13, in the Science Amphitheatre, and at Northwestern-Enid on Feb. 14, in the Commons Area. Both programs will take place from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
  • Students, faculty attend Oklahoma Research Day

    Students and faculty members of the biology and chemistry departments at Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently attended Oklahoma Research Day held at Northeastern State University.
  • Archeologist to present on ancient Wichita village

    Archeologist Dr. Richard Drass will present at Northwestern Oklahoma State University about the archeology at a 1700s fortified Wichita village in northern Oklahoma. The presentation will be on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 6 p.m., in the Science Amphitheatre.