Mike Fowler, a member of OC’s Science Hall of Fame, is returning to teach in the College of Natural and Health Sciences. CNHS also celebrates with Eric Phelps as he takes on a full-time research role at a local pharmaceutical firm while continuing to teach part-time at OC.
OC student chosen among thousands of applicants.
Jun 07, 2017 | ocblog
Dr. Harold Fletcher, a legendary professor of music and philosophy at Oklahoma Christian University, died May 27, 2017. A true intellectual and an extraordinary teacher, he was revered and loved by students – from his first day in 1950 until his last class in December 2014 – 64 years...
Jun 05, 2017 | ocblog
OC launched a fast, transparent campaign called Thrive in June 2014 with the goal of raising $30 million in three years for projects that would enhance OC students’ experience. More than 9,300 donors helped OC meet the goal ahead of schedule, with $33,940,222 raised or pledged, and...
Oklahoma Christian University honored Dr. Kerianne Roper with the Faculty Leadership Award, Pat Smith with the Gaylord Chair of Distinguished Teaching, and Bill Arbuckle as Staff Employee of the Year.
Alumni from Oklahoma Christian University won three awards at the annual Aesculapian Awards Banquet for the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.
May 01, 2017 | ocnews
A team of OC engineering students beat out 29 other teams from around the world this spring.
Apr 25, 2017 | ocblog
Former OC board chair Don Millican will deliver the commencement address at the university’s spring graduation. The commencement ceremonies also will feature the 2,000th graduate from OC’s Master of Business Administration program and the first two graduates from OC’s new combination...
Apr 19, 2017 | ocblog
A team of OC students developed an eye-tracking system with text-to-speech functionality that gives people with ALS a voice again.
Apr 12, 2017 | ocnews
A mechanical engineering major’s wind energy research gave Oklahoma Christian University its first Barry Goldwater Scholar. A student in OC’s Honors Program, Parker LaMascus, was one of just two students selected from Oklahoma and among just 240 sophomores and juniors honored nationwide...
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