Students, staff and faculty at the University of Science and Arts come together to lose more than 400 pounds and add $4177.50 to the scholarship fund in the Make Marble Pay program. Student Taryn Mazur and staff member Cynthia Richardson posted the biggest losses, both winning a 42” flat screen television for their efforts.
Having accepted the challenge to lose weight in order to generate monies for the scholarship program, student Taryn Mazur and Sodexo manager, Cynthia Richardson each brought home the grand prize of a 42” flat screen television. They were competing against 54 students and staff in the Make Marble Pay program at the University of Science and Arts.
Alecia Gonzales pauses for a photo, while filming the companion video for her groundbreaking Kiowa language textbook.
Known for her lifelong devotion to teaching and preserving the Kiowa language, author and educator Alecia Keahbone Gonzales, a great friend and longtime employee of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, died on April 22.
<p>Dr. John Feaver speaks to the spring 2011 graduating class of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Friday evening in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on USAO’s campus.</p>
More than 1,500 people attended Friday night’s commencement in two ceremonies at the college – the fourth time a two-ceremony schedule has been used to alleviate overcrowding in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium.
Presiding over the ceremony was Dr. John Feaver, president of the college.