June 2012

Nash Library 102 - In the Building

Troutt Hall, Room 318

Participants in this class will:

access the library catalog to locate books,
discuss e-books and where to 'find' them
locate books on the shelves,
use the e-reserve function on the library website,
learn about asking questions at the beginning of their research,
and discuss the research process.

Date: 
09/18/2012 - 11:00am

Nash Library 101 - Online Services

Troutt Hall, Room 318

Participants will:
learn how to log on to the library site remotely,
understand the difference between single- and multi- discipline databases,
explore full-text and interlibrary loan options for research,
define interlibrary loan and the ways to access the service,
discuss the concept of peer-review, understand abstracts and how to use them,
and locate citation information for articles in databases.

Date: 
09/13/2012 - 11:00am

Nash Library 101 - Online Services

Troutt Hall, Room 318

Participants will:
learn how to log on to the library site remotely,
understand the difference between single- and multi- discipline databases,
explore full-text and interlibrary loan options for research,
define interlibrary loan and the ways to access the service,
discuss the concept of peer-review, understand abstracts and how to use them,
and locate citation information for articles in databases.

Date: 
09/11/2012 - 11:00am

Nash Library 101 - Online Services

Troutt Hall, Room 318

Participants will:
learn how to log on to the library site remotely,
understand the difference between single- and multi- discipline databases,
explore full-text and interlibrary loan options for research,
define interlibrary loan and the ways to access the service,
discuss the concept of peer-review, understand abstracts and how to use them,
and locate citation information for articles in databases.

Date: 
09/06/2012 - 11:00am

Nash Library 101 - Online Services

Troutt Hall, Room 318

Participants will:
learn how to log on to the library site remotely,
understand the difference between single- and multi- discipline databases,
explore full-text and interlibrary loan options for research,
define interlibrary loan and the ways to access the service,
discuss the concept of peer-review, understand abstracts and how to use them,
and locate citation information for articles in databases.

Date: 
09/04/2012 - 11:00am

Nash Library 101 - Online Services

Trout Hall, Room 318

Participants will:
learn how to log on to the library site remotely,
understand the difference between single- and multi- discipline databases,
explore full-text and interlibrary loan options for research,
define interlibrary loan and the ways to access the service,
discuss the concept of peer-review, understand abstracts and how to use them,
and locate citation information for articles in databases.

Date: 
08/28/2012 - 11:00am

Eleven recognized as leaders with four-year scholarship at USAO

Published: 
June-19-2012
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The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma awards eleven Oklahoma students with the President’s Leadership scholarship.

Eleven students from across Oklahoma have been awarded the President’s Leadership Scholarship at the University of Science and Arts where they plan to attend this fall.

USAO grad joins Drover baseball staff

Date Published: 
06/15/2012
Sam Hayden

CHICKASHA – Just five years after he graduated from USAO, Sam Hayden is back as the assistant baseball coach and is eager to help the program continue to make a strong presence in one of the toughest conferences in the league.

“My goal at USAO is to help continue the winning tradition that we have and to help make the University of Science and Arts a premiere program in the Sooner Athletic Conference,” Hayden said.

Assistant Baseball Coach

Weight: 
-8
First Name: 
Sam
Last Name: 
Hayden
Sports Coach: 
Athlietic Staff: 
Yes
Professional Type: 
Staff
Photo: 
Education: 

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Phone Number: 
405-574-1345
Bio: 

Just five years after he graduated from USAO, Sam Hayden is back as the assistant baseball coach and is eager to help the program continue to make a strong presence in one of the toughest conferences in the league.

Not only did he earn his bachelor’s degree from USAO, but also USAO provided him with his first coaching opportunity — something he immediately fell in love with. Hayden was a student assistant for the Drover baseball team in 2007 while he was finishing up his degree.

Before that, he caught for two years at Wayland Baptist and two years at Vernon College.

Hayden joins the Drovers from Sul Ross State University, where he served as the assistant baseball coach for two years. Prior to that position, he was the baseball assistant at the University of the Southwest.

Hayden earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from USAO in 2007 and his master’s degree in health, physical education and recreation from Emporia State University in 2010.

Hayden is married to Jennifer Hayden, USAO’s head women’s basketball coach. Together, they have a daughter, Carlie.

Campus Building: 
Physical Education Building
Office Location: 
108

USAO Regents approve $12.3M budget, students to pay more as state budgets flat

Published: 
June-14-2012
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USAO President Dr. John Feaver (left) presents outgoing Chairwoman Molly Tolbert (right) with a gavel in honor for her leadership as chair of the USAO Board of Regents. Tolbert is succeeded by John Nelson (not pictured) of Chickasha.

Regents approved a new $12.3 million budget for the coming year at the University of Science and Arts that is virtually unchanged from last year’s budget. Approved by the State Regents in their June 21 meeting, the new USAO budget includes a 7.1 increase in student tuition and mandatory fees to cover mandatory cost increases, mostly in health insurance and utilities, of nearly $196,000.