Making a Difference - Oklahomans Who Changed the Nation

Making a positive difference in the world can take many shapes. Here are a few examples of Oklahomans who changed the nation.

A Learning Process - A Talk With Bob Ingersoll

We spoke with Bob Ingersoll, a local chimpanzee rescuer and animal rights activist, to gain insight about what inspired him toward active citizenship.

Finding the Teacher Within - Jahruba Lambeth

Jahruba Lambeth, a uniquely inspiring Norman musician, goes beyond following his passion by giving back through teaching.

Using DNA to Save a Life

Senior Master Sergeant Paul Duit, CLS graduate, recently donated bone marrow in the Salute to Life program to save someone on the other side of the world.

Saving Animals in Need With Pet Fostering

A student and avid animal lover joined the ranks of animal rescuers when she became a pet foster with the Bella Foundation SPCA.

Volunteers Making a Difference in the Lives of Seniors

Student Marilyn Popkess is dedicated to making a difference in her community as a volunteer for Broken Arrow Seniors, Inc. (BASI).

A Talk with Outstanding Senior Kimberly Mahoney

Kimberly Mahoney, the College of Liberal Studies Outstanding Senior for 2015, proves hard work and community involvement pays off.

Faculty and Staff Stay Sweet for School Supplies: A Staff Member's Perspective

This year, when it came to helping others in need, especially our own, the employees of this organization know no bounds.

What does the CLS difference mean for professional success?

Pamela Ballard discusses what the CLS difference means for professional success and explains why her degrees offer constant inspiration.

Children's Book to Benefit Special Olympics Oklahoma

CLS graduate and Oklahoma City resident Steve Kime published his first children’s book to help raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Oklahoma.