Tashina Ototivo (extreme upper right), a senior music major from Walters, enjoys a playful moment between events with new freshmen during USAO’s Freshmen Orientation week. Classes begin Aug. 27 with enrollment continuing through Aug. 31.
After another summer of soaring temperatures, students will be greeted by unseasonably cool weather as they return for the fall trimester at the University of Science and Arts. Classes begin Aug. 27 with enrollment continuing through Aug. 31.
Kate Sekula is currently a graduate student at the University of Connecticut and is pursuing a Ph.D. in music theory and history. Her proposed dissertation topic is: “Utilizing Computer Programming to Analyze Post-tonal Music: Segmentation and Contour Analysis of Twentieth-Century Post-Tonal Music for Solo Flute.” Kate holds a B.S. in music education and a B.A. in flute performance from Lebanon Valley College and a M.M. in flute performance from George Mason University where she studied with Ms. Judith Lapple. Recently, she has presented papers for the New York Chapter of the American Musicological Association (in joint with the North American British Music Association) and for the International Network of Alternative Academia’s symposium entitled: “Awe, Wonder and Passion: Music and the Creation of Meaning.”
Kate has studied flute with Barbara Divine (formerly of the United States Coast Guard Band), Dr. Theresa Bowers (Gettysburg University) and the late Judith Lapple (formerly of the United States Army Band and Orchestra).
2013: As a sophomore, Owusu saw time in every game of the season, knocking in seven goals and assisting three others for the year. He scored two goals each in a win against Southwestern Christian and in the SAC tournament against Northwood. He recorded the game-winning goal in both of those games and in a late-season game against Oklahoma City. He earned All-Conference Second Team honors. In the summer of 2014, he played in the National Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
Dr. Chris Walker, chair of the division of Social Sciences and Business and associate professor of psychology, speaks to a group of new students during Orientation Week at the University of Science and Arts at Oklahoma. Though many incoming students are already on campus, enrollment will continue, culminating with walk-through enrollment on Friday. Classes begin Monday, Aug. 27.
Classes at the University of Science and Arts begin Monday, Aug. 27 with walk-through enrollment scheduled for Friday.