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Nick Hathaway

Executive Vice President and Vice President Strategic Planning, Administration and Finance

University of Oklahoma

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University of Oklahoma

780 Van Vleet Oval

Norman, Oklahoma,73019

United States

Company Description

Created in 1996 at The University of Oklahoma, NCLC was designed to meet the conference logistics needs for federal and state programs. In 1997, we extended our services to include conference, meeting, and event planning for associations and the private sector...more

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Employment History

Vice President

Exec. Aff.


Affiliations

Office of US Senator David L. Boren

Press Secretary


Education

MBA degree

business administration major


doctor's degree


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Nick Hathaway, with The University of Oklahoma, concurred that access to higher education and making college affordable to as many people as possible is strongly tied with economic development.
"Colleges and universities make a huge contribution to the American economy," Hathaway said, pointing out examples of growth in other markets. Oklahoma was ranked eighth in the nation in higher education efficiency by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Chamber Foundation.


OSRHE : Economic Development: Economic Development Council Contacts

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Mr. Nick HathawayVice President for Administrative and Executive AffairsUniversity of Oklahoma660 Parrington Oval, Room 110Norman, OK 73019-3073405.325.3916nhathaway@ou.edu


Welcome to NewsOK.com

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NORMAN -- Nick Hathaway, vice president for executive affairs at the University of Oklahoma's Norman campus, has been named to the new combined post of vice president for administrative and executive affairs, effective Thursday. As vice president for executive affairs, Hathaway has served as the president's liaison to faculty and staff senates and to the Norman community. Boren said that Hathaway "has proven himself as an extremely capable and effective administrator who has earned the trust of the university community." Hathaway succeeds Brian Maddy as vice president for administrative affairs.


National CrossTalk -- Vol. 13 / No. 1 -- Winter 2005

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"By far, the preeminent reason they've gone up is that we've tightened our admissions standards," said Nick Hathaway, OU's vice president for university and administrative affairs.


Seven "Breakthrough Solutions"

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However, Nicholas Hathaway, the university's vice president of executive affairs and administrative affairs, said the awards were marred by concerns that they did not consider the substance of the material taught by individual teachers, did not adjust for the relative popularity of electives compared to required courses, and could lead to grade inflation in the long term.
25 The program was eliminated after approximately three years without objection as part of campuswide budget cuts. The awards did not appear to affect classroom instruction in any discernible way, Hathaway said.


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