Business School - Moving Ahead

Posted by cservaes on March 12, 2012 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, "business degree", "business school", "Current Students", Events, "School of Business", "The College", Uncategorized

The Angell Snyder School of Business continues to lead the University in enrollments and is being bolstered by a number of initiatives. “Guided by principles of continuous improvement and reinvention, The Angell Snyder School of Business is progressing on multiple fronts,” says Dean...

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Celebrate OU Charter Day Around the World - April 21

Posted by Paula Paine on March 13, 2013 in Alumni, "Charter Day", Community, Events, Faculty/Staff, Indiana, "Kansas City", "Other News", "The College", "Upcoming Events", Wisconsin

Ottawa University’s roots and traditions can be traced back to the work of Baptist missionaries Jotham and Eleanor Meeker, who labored ceaselessly to improve the lives of the Ottawa Indian Tribe in Kansas. They served as ministers, nurse and doctor, business agents, marriage counselors...

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Celebrate Soccer

Posted by cservaes on September 17, 2012 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, Athletics

We invite you to pay tribute to two Ottawa University soccer legends on October 24 and 25 during two events at this year’s Homecoming. Coach Bob Schoonover (’65-’71) and the late Coach Tony Van Leiden (’65-’82) will be honored at halftime of the “Legends of...

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The Chemistry of a Good Life

Posted by cservaes on March 12, 2013 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

Check the label of the average household product under your sink or in your cabinet and you will observe that the solution is usually a mixture of two or more chemicals properly combined for accomplishing the product’s purpose. Whether hairsprays, degreasers, rug cleaners, or air fresheners...

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Classroom Veterans - Privileged to Serve

Posted by Paula Paine on May 25, 2011 in Alumni, Arizona, Online, "School of Business"

Soldiers and Students “At Camp Cook in Iraq, we were bombed three times a day. They do have a couple of bomb shelters, but I didn’t always use them. There were times where I slept through the bombing.

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Commencement 2011

Posted by cservaes on September 19, 2011 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, Arizona, Athletics, Community, "Current Students", Events, Faculty/Staff, Indiana, "Kansyas City", Online, "The College", Wisconsin

View a slideshow of commencement photos.

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Covenant of Care

Posted by Paula Paine on October 6, 2013 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, "Kansas City", "School of Business", "Your OU"

Imagine your mother or father, elderly, ill, dying – living homeless and hopeless on the street. There are no nursing homes or assisted living facilities, and even if there were, there is no money to access them. There is no Medicare, no social security, no universal health care. Your...

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Cultivating Minds in the Field of Education

Posted by cservaes on June 19, 2012 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, education, "Kansas State Department of Education", "Ottawa Middle School", "School of Education", "The College"

Brian Hutton and a fellow teacher at Ottawa Middle School wanted to come up with a creative way to get their 7th graders to read. What they decided on was a friendly competition in which each student was rewarded for every 100 pages they read. “They would receive a paper snowball to build a...

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Degree of Difficulty

Posted by cservaes on September 17, 2012 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, Athletics, "Current Students", Faculty/Staff, "The College"

Stephone Cotton would be lying if he said it was easy. Cotton, a 2012 graduate of The College, said he had to overcome a number of obstacles in order to earn his business administration degree. “There were a billion things,” said Cotton, who is originally from St. Louis, Missouri...

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Distance Between

Posted by Paula Paine on March 13, 2013 in Alumni, Athletics, "Current Students", games, "Jeff Stamp", livestreaming, parents, "The College"

Jeff Stamp’s parents don’t watch every one of his football games from the bleachers of People’s Bank Field. But they do watch every game. Stamp’s parents attend two or three of his games a year in person, and the rest they watch from the comfort of their home in Diamond...

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