Education

Morrows named recipients of Outstanding Tiger Alumni Award

Arkansas City residents Otis and Terri Morrow recently were named recipients of the Outstanding Tiger Alumni Award by the Cowley College Foundation for having brought recognition and pride to the Cowley College community through their achievements in their chosen profession and in their service to the community. “Terri and Otis […]

Cowley College students display work at event

A large crowd turned out to view the work of Cowley College photography and writing students during the “Life: Through Word and Lens” event May 5 in the Brown Center’s Earle N. Wright Community Room. Cowley writers from journal writing/storytelling, fiction writing, and focused seminar presented writing portfolios and final […]

Cowley College students complete research project

Seven Cowley College students recently completed a semester-long research project that examined the effects of mixtures of sunscreen active ingredients or ultraviolet (UV) filters on Daphnia magna as part of a research methods class. Previous studies had identified environmental levels of UV filters in Oklahoma lakes and their individual toxicity […]

Cowley students take part in Chamber Coffee

A group of Cowley College writers entertained Arkansas City Chamber of Commerce members during their May 5 coffee. The coffee was hosted at Farm Bureau Financial Services in downtown Arkansas City. Lilia Bowman-Bekemeyer, Tim Hardman, Nancy Lartey and Lucia Morales each read works written this academic year. Morales and Bowman-Bekemeyer […]

Cowley College announces new fire science program

Cowley College has teamed with area fire departments to offer a fire science certificate program beginning in June. The program will help meet the employment needs of local fire departments and consists of hazardous materials operations, firefighter I, firefighter II and firefighter safety and survival classes as well as EMT […]

Cowley College conducts commencement

Cowley College held its 93rd annual commencement exercises May 7 at W.S. Scott Auditorium. A total of 327 students participated in the event. Linda Fund, executive director of the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees, served as the featured speaker and conferred degrees. Student Senate president D’Abreian Bush, Student Senate […]

Onelio tapped for Adams Elementary Principal

Arkansas City High School (ACHS) Assistant Principal Robert Onelio was recently selected as the next Principal of Adams Elementary. The USD 470 Board of Education approved the transfer during their April 25 meeting. This change is due to the fact that the current principal, Nancy Haas, is set to retire […]

Cowley instructor has article published

Cowley College Natural Science Department Instructor Scott Layton recently had an article published by The American Biology Teacher which is a journal published by the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT). The paper was written as part of his doctoral work at Oklahoma State University. Layton was the lead author […]

Fourth-grade projects presented

USD 470 Board of Education members heard about Roosevelt Elementary School student projects from fourth-grade teacher Randi Whalen during their May 9 meeting. Students at Roosevelt created presentations that covered aspects of the American Revolution. They worked in small groups to create learning modules for their peers. During the course […]