We are looking for students who are great team workers, who are passionate and committed to the creative process, who will be dependable and see the project through to completion, who love our school, who love the interdisciplinary studies curriculum.
Staff member Kellie Driscoll is awarded the Regents Staff Achievement Award/Employee of the Year by Regent Neal McCaleb. Driscoll, who joined the staff in 2007, is one of four individuals recognized at USAO this year through this Regents program to honor dedicated staffers. Driscoll is administrative assistant in the media and community relations office.
Regents approved a new budget of $12.4 million on Tuesday for the University of Science and Arts that is 5.46 percent lower than last year because it reflects a hefty 5.03 percent cut in state allocations.
More than 235 students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or greater during the spring 2010 semester and were named to the university’s honor rolls, USAO records officials have announced.
The public is invited to join USAO faculty, staff and students for a 10-day tour of Switzerland, Italy and France May 17-27, 2011. An informational meeting is scheduled June 22 at 7 p.m. at Eduardo's South of the Border Cafe -- 1304 Highway 81 North in Chickasha. Free appetizers and soft drinks are included in the planning meeting.
For 10 days in May 2011, the University of Science and Arts is offering a tour of Switzerland, Italy and France. College faculty, staff, students and the public are invited to be a part of this tour.
Every time I think of the terrible mess caused by the recent oil spills and the depressing state of the economy, I think it's a good time to be be immersed in beautifully mysterious and interwoven fantasy worlds. I definitely recommend the book Johnathan Strange and Mr. Norell by Susanna Clarke. Some patience is required to get into it. However, I was eventually taken completely in by the depth and credibility of the universe she created.
Hi, I'm Shayna Woidke from the Media and Community Relations Office and I hope I will get to know some really talented students through this project. It's known as Shayna's Crazy Animation Thingy around the office. It is really crazy and ambitious to think that we can get all the approvals, find the right students, agree on a concept, make original artwork, write a script, compose music, and have a compelling final product all by November. It's just crazy! The final goal is to give students a real life production experience.
Katie Davis, an assistant professor of drama, is once again a part of Artscope at USAO beginning June 14. Artscope is a two-week summer camp that engages children in theatre, dance, visual arts and music.
Seventy-nine 8-12 year-old students will occupy the campus of the University of Science and Arts beginning June 14 as part of Artscope -- a two-week summer camp that engages children in theatre, dance, visual arts and music.