Bookstore manager Dana Poag already has a stellar reputation on the campus of the University of Science and Arts, but thanks to a recent award, that reputation is known throughout five adjoining states as well.
Now in her third year as USAO Bookstore manager, Poag has been named Store Manager of the Year by Texas Book Company (TBC) for her attitude, leadership and dedication.
CHICKASHA – For Rex Moore, research subjects come in small packages … with wings.
An award-winning biology senior at the University of Science and Arts, Moore is grabbing the attention of the scientific community. So far, he has discovered 36 new species of moths in Oklahoma. He has collected nearly 3,000 moths in the past two years. And he is the first person in the state to focus on new moth species in 80 years.
More than 200 students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma achieved grade point averages of 3.5 or above during the Spring 2006 semester and were named to the university’s honor rolls, USAO admissions officials have announced.
University records show that 157 students were named to the USAO Honor Roll and 78 students were named to the Regents Honor Roll.
Children who need academic or athletic challenges this summer can find them at the University of Science and Arts. Among the summer activities being offered on campus are sports camps, Artscope, a reading program and swimming lessons.
CHICKASHA – One of America’s most beloved Native storytellers comes to life Aug. 5-13 in a unique theatrical production designed to challenge and inspire through the life story of an amazing Oklahoman. Tickets are on sale now for this joint production featuring nationally known actors.
Chickasaw storyteller Te Ata Fisher (1895-1995) is one of Oklahoma’s most recognized historic figures. Her story is one of perseverance, deliverance and poetic resolve, says playwright JudyLee Oliva of Albuquerque.
CHICKASHA – Performing and visual arts fans from across the nation gathered in Chickasha last weekend for one of Oklahoma’s first official centennial events. More than 1,500 spectators from 30 states attended Saturday and Sunday’s performances of the “Te Ata” world premiere and its accompanying Native American Women art exhibit at the University of Science and Arts.DeLanna Studi as Te Ata