December 8, 2016 The first days of December marked Dr. Piper’s return to the University from a 6-month Sabbatical. In a note to the University’s Board, faculty, and staff, Dr. Piper extended a special thanks to the University for granting the … Continued
It’s here. That dreaded time of year that begins with peppermint mochas, cozy giant scarves, twinkling Christmas lights, holiday carols… …and finals week. In the interest of helping OKWU’s great students make it through these last days until the freedom … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan University is honored to engage in a new partnership with Tony Perkins and the Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington, D.C. FRC “seeks to advance faith, family, and freedom in public policy and the culture from a Christian … Continued
With new national recognitions, the addition of an executive-in-residence, and a prestigious corporate award, it has been an exciting few months for the School of Business.
The Oklahoma Wesleyan family was saddened to learn of Dr. Dick Daake’s passing this week.
Oklahoma Wesleyan welcomes two additional deans – Dr. Gentry Sutton and Dean Jessica Johnson – as the Fall 2015 semester begins.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University announced the appointment of Dr. Brian Epperson as Dean of the Chesapeake Energy School of Business.
From Papua New Guinea to Costa Rica, OKWU’s Spanish teacher, Kristina Arguello, knows God will use you wherever you are in life… Read more of her profile, written by student Arionna Harms here….
Two of Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s professors, Dr. Brian Turner and Dr. Darek Jarmola, were invited to travel to Japan with The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) for the 68th Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki’s bombing in August. This … Continued
Leading OKWU’s nursing program into its promising future is the school’s dean, Becky Le. Becky Le joined the faculty in 2006 when she was working on her masters. She took a brief break to work on her doctorate, and has returned to serve as dean. During her time serving as dean, the school of nursing has received the maximum amount of duration of approval from the Oklahoma Board of Nursing, and accreditation of the BSN degree from the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education.