By: Jack Money
Greater Oklahoma City Chamber members were urged Wednesday by the ranking military leader in Oklahoma and by an executive with Northrop Grumman to grow the state's pool of high-tech graduates.
By: Kathryn McNutt
Hands-on experience outside the classroom is guaranteeing many Southwestern Oklahoma State University students job offers upon graduation.
By: Paighten Harkins
A recent study found Oklahoma has slashed more higher education funding over the last five fiscal years than any other state in the nation.
Between FY 2012 and FY 2017, state appropriations for education decreased from $1,042,529,350 to $857,022,108, amounting to a 17.8 percent decrease, according to the Illinois State University study.