CHICKASHA -- Three graduating art students will exhibit their work in a spring senior bachelor of fine arts show titled Flux.
An opening reception is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on March 29 in the Nesbitt Gallery in Davis Hall.
The event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Ingrid Shafer, professor emerita of philosophy and religion at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, died March 5 in her son’s home, surrounded by family after a short illness.
She was 74.
USAO President John Feaver described Shafer as “a close personal friend.”
“Ingrid was really married to this college -- by her love for the institution and its mission and for what she did here,” Feaver said. “I’m sorry in her passing but I don’t feel sorry for her. She lived an extraordinarily full and productive life, dedicating herself to teaching and scholarship.”
A memorial service in Shafer’s honor is scheduled for 3 p.m. on September 6 in the Alumni Chapel.
A special scholarship fund has been established in her name through the USAO Foundation.
A record-breaking number of 220 members of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma community (students, faculty and staff) as well as visitors from Madonna University in Livonia, Mich., spread out across Chickasha on March 7 volunteering on a variety of projects.
Topping a national list for “Best College Values Under $30,000” published last week by an influential financial institution is the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
The community of alumni, faculty, administrators, staff and students from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is saddened almost beyond expression by the loss of our dear friend, mentor and inspiration, Dr. Ingrid Shafer, emerita professor of philosophy and religion. We’ve set up this page for everyone to share memories and tributes to Ingrid who gave so much to so many.