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  • Northwestern history professor has article published

    May 2, 2014--Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, is the author of an article in a recent issue of “The Journal of the West.”      

  • Northwestern professor experiences history first-hand

    July 16, 2013 -- Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, presented his research paper, “African American Policemen on the Western Frontier,” at an academic conference in Budapest, Hungary. “Attending academic conferences like this one make me a better professor by exposing me to the research in which my colleagues all over the world are engaging.”

  • Hardaway presents at historical conference in Arkansas

    April 29, 2013 -- Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, recently presented a research paper at the annual Arkansas Historical Association conference in Helena, Ark.

  • Hardaway travels to Nova Scotia to present at conference

    August 10, 2012 -- Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, presented a research paper at an academic conference in July in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  • Civil War featured as summer workshop topic

    July 25, 2012 -- The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Department of Social Sciences and Institute for Citizenship Studies, in conjunction with a major grant from the Oklahoma Humanities Council, conducted a summer teachers’ workshop on the American Civil War. The workshop brought 17 teacher-participants from diverse backgrounds from all parts of the state of Oklahoma to Northwestern-Alva from June 11-14.

  • Hardaway presents paper in Finland

    May 24, 2012 -- Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, recently presented a research paper at an academic conference in Helsinki, Finland. Hardaway’s paper was titled “From Ranch Hands to Rodeo Stars: Cowboys of African Descent in the American West.” Hardaway has been researching black cowboys for several years, and has made other presentations and published scholarly articles on the subject.

  • Two students from Enid inducted into history honor society

    May 4, 2012 -- Two Northwestern Oklahoma State University students have been inducted into Phi Alpha Theta, the only honor society for history students in the United States. Both Tanner Schantz, junior, and Sarah Owens, senior, from Enid take history courses via ITV from Northwestern-Enid.

  • Hardaway's story on African-American rodeo performers published in Oklahoma journal

    February 17, 2012 -- Dr. Roger Hardaway Dr. Roger Hardaway, professor of history at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, is the author of an article in a recent issue of The Chronicles of Oklahoma, which is published by the Oklahoma Historical Society.