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    NOC Students Attend Career Fair

    Over 75 Northern Oklahoma College students attended a College and Career Day Wednesday at the Cultural Engagement Center April 3.Twenty exhibitors attended the event, said NANTI Project Director Rae Ann Kruse.The participants included Blackwell Police, Continental Carbon, Johnson Controls, Kaw Nation Domestic Violence, Kay County Sheriff’s Office, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, OG&E, Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma State University, Ponca City Police Department, Seven Clans Cas...  Read More...

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    Smalling Artwork Exhibit

    Native American Artist D.G. Smalling is hosting an art exhibit in the Cultural Engagement Center at Northern Oklahoma College during April.An artist’s reception for Smalling will be held April 30 at 12:30 p.m.Smalling’s work reflects his Choctaw heritage.“My Choctaw heritage is a vital facet of my life,” he said. “The Choctaw culture embraces minimalism in its traditional forms and lifestyles.   Read More...

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    NOC Mentoring Program Connects Native American Students with Professionals

    Sasha Gibson and Charlene Le have never met, but they have a close relationship.Le mentors Gibson, an Osage student at Northern Oklahoma College. The mentorship program is part of NOC’s Native American Serving, Non-Tribal Institution grant.The mentorship program was developed to connect Native American students with Native professionals who have been successful in college. The mentors have been trained in culturally-responsive strategies to engage Native American students.   Read More...

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    Ted Moore Art and Osage Language Exhibit

    The Cultural Engagement Center (CEC) at Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa is hosting an artist reception for Ted Moore on Feb. 14.The reception will showcase Moore’s artwork depicting Native American imagery in acrylic paint.The reception is in the CEC on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 12:30 p.m.   Read More...

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    NOC Students Attend Ponca Tribal Access Site

    Three Northern Oklahoma College students are attending class via interactive television (ITV) at the Ponca Tribal Access Center. The Ponca tribal members are Reagan Cole, Megan Merritt, and William Rhodd.Reagan Cole works for the Ponca Tribe Education and Training Department and is completing her Associate Degree in Education. After graduation, she plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in secondary education.Cole is taking one ITV course and four online courses.   Read More...

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