University Presidents

Posted by Janette on 06/30/2013

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Robert J. Kibbee, former Chancellor of City University of New York, said, “The quality of a university is measured more by the kind of student it turns out than the kind it takes in.”

A college education is defined very differently now than it was a generation ago. Students have access to a multitude of information via the Internet and the role of social media has dramatically changed communication – in ways unimaginable just a few short years ago.

On our program for June, three presidents from three Oklahoma universities discuss higher education and its challenges and changes: Don Betz of the University of Central Oklahoma, Burns Hargis of Oklahoma State University, and Robert Henry of Oklahoma City University. 
Gerry Bonds, Don Betz, Burns Hargis and Robert HenryDon Betz, Burns Hargis and Robert Henry






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Support for the LIVING ROOM with Gerry Bonds is provided by Devon Energy, committed to higher education in Oklahoma. Devon has invested more than 20 million dollars at OU’s Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering, as well as contributing to the construction of Devon Energy Hall on the OU campus. Devon Energy: commitment runs deep.

-Debra Martin, Producer- 

University Presidents (June 2013 - Program 210)
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