She Never Went to Space, but OU Flight Instructor Had the Right Stuff

Gene Nora Jessen was an OU flight instructor in the 1960s. She joined a program testing women to become astronauts, but she never made it to space.

Wilson Credits Degrees for Successful Businesses, Political Career

Sereta Wilson is known by many names: mom, wife, farmer, councilwoman, Norman, OK business owner—and Extended Campus grad.

HR Graduate Hopes Personal Transformation Will Inspire Others

During her second year in the human relations program, Noel Niccum realized the foundation of human relations is knowing we’re all human and that we all deserve to be treated with tolerance and respect.

Student Overcomes Challenges, Hopes Degree Will Open Door to New Career

Like many nontraditional students, Jennifer Porter returned to college decades after finishing high school—four decades to be exact.

Toston Gets Special Gift on Graduation Day

Chelsea Toston didn’t think much could top getting her Administrative Leadership degree, but her boyfriend had another surprise for her after Convocation.

OU Senior Named American Airlines Distinguished Cadet

Dan Hall's dedication as both a student and flight instructor recently earned him recognition as an American Airlines Distinguished Cadet.

Women in Aviation Scholarship to Help Student Achieve Her Dreams

An American Airlines $5,000 Educational Scholarship from Women in Aviation International will help Sadaf Imani continue her education.

Graduate School Keeps Mom Moving Forward Following Son’s Death

Following the death of her son in 2014, Jamie Foster-Hale found purpose in finishing her education.