November 25, 2019 Dr. Donald D. Calhoun, longtime member of Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Board of Trustees, passed away peacefully on November 12, 2019. He was 93 years old. All told, Calhoun served the OKWU community for 57 years, including 13 years … Continued
November 22, 2019 Professor Rosa Ketchum wouldn’t have imagined being on the path she’s currently walking, but maybe that’s for the best – after all, she’s thriving where she is. Ketchum received notice Monday, November 11, that her Direct Practice … Continued
November 13, 2019 – Bartlesville, Oklahoma Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) is proud to announce that Dr. Kevin D. Osborn has accepted the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management. Kevin, his wife Michelle, and their four children have lived in … Continued
This post originally appeared October 22, 2019 on joshuamcnall.com. Written by Dr. Josh McNall, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology One of the biblical descriptions of Satan is that “He is filled with fury, because he knows his time is … Continued
October 16, 2019 Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Digital Cinema Class was honored on October 7th for its excellence in filmmaking, bringing home the award for Best Inspirational/Christian Film at the CV Indie Film Awards in Los Angeles, California. The film is … Continued
This fall, Oklahoma Wesleyan University announced the official opening of the Academic Center for Excellence, known as ACE around campus. After a smaller version of ACE was launched in 2018 and the impact on student success became clear, ACE was … Continued
John Wesley’s aim was to revitalize dead religion. That’s also the driving passion of the New Room Conference, a gathering of over 2,300 Christian leaders from various Wesleyan denominations in Nashville, TN. Nineteen ministry majors and two faculty sponsors from … Continued
“Jesus saves” might be the most basic claim of Christianity. But how exactly does salvation work? A new book by OKWU professor, Joshua McNall, explores how the logic of redemption functions—both in Scripture and our lived experience. The Mosaic of … Continued
The data was gathered and analyzed from the United States Department of Education’s College Scorecard by Zippia, and shows which colleges have the highest employment rates, ten years post-enrollment.
Dr. Weeter, Dr. Weaver, and Dr. Van Kuiken take on new leadership roles as the semester’s end nears.
At the Oklahoma Wesleyan University autumn Board of Trustees meeting, OKWU President, Dr. Everett Piper, shared his plans with OKWU leadership for his June 2020 retirement from the University.
Oklahoma Wesleyan is grieving this week as we mourn the loss of Patricia “Trish” Leggett, Dean of Faculty Relations and Development.
On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, OKWU Campus Nurse, Deb Cook, was honored at the annual Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce Gala with the Jim Gillie Outstanding Citizen Award.
In an interview for WORLD News Magazine in March 2018, Dr. Piper talks about how culture screams for “safe spaces,” but college is a place to be challenged.