Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and for those looking to do something extra special for their loved ones this year, Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Music Program has you covered. OKWU’s music students will deliver “Singing Valentines” both on OKWU’s campus and … Continued
The Oklahoma Wesleyan University campus is excited to host our annual Josh McDowell Institute Collision Conference on Friday, January 25th, 2019. This day-long conference, attended by the entire traditional student body, is also free and open to the community. This … Continued
OKWU was saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Thomas Phillippe, Sr., 89, on December 22nd, but is also celebrating the life and impact of this dedicated Christ follower.
The arrival of the holiday season always gives us a moment to reflect on the past semester for the OKWU Community. This year, we’re especially reflecting (and maybe confessing a bit of pride) about the ways OKWU students have given … Continued
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, October 9, at 7 pm, the Oklahoma Wesleyan University Music Program will present its Fall Concert open to the community. The concert will feature the OKWU Chorale, OKWU Relentless, and OKWU Jazz Ensemble. A variety of musical styles … Continued
At the 2018 Foster Bonanza, Oklahoma Wesleyan University is honoring two “Pioneers in Free Enterprise Fellows” who will be inducted into the Keating Center Pioneers Hall of Fame on October 11th. This year, OKWU has chosen to honor both a … Continued
With this year’s Foster Bonanza, on October 11th, Oklahoma Wesleyan University is again honoring two “Pioneers in Free Enterprise Fellows” who will be inducted into the Keating Center Pioneers Hall of Fame. This year, OKWU has chosen to honor both … Continued
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The Orange Movement Leadership team, comprised of OKWU’s First Lady, Marci Piper, and University Relations’ Assistant Director, Heather Utzman, will relay-run their way from New York City to Washington, D.C., ending at the IJM Headquarters.
Originally aired on July 27, 2018, on the Pat Campbell podcast. Dr. Piper joins radio talk show host Pat Campbell to discuss current events and societal “buzz words,” such as transgender issues, conservatives, and the recent “misunderstanding of a racist … Continued
Athletes work hard and play hard, and this makes them susceptible to injury. In fact, each year more than 10 million sports injuries occur. Common injuries in athletes range from broken bones to torn tendons and strained muscles. Athletes are … Continued