September 2012

USAO to celebrate 40 years of Drover athletics

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09/18/2012
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CHICKASHA – It’s been 40 years of blood, sweat and tears. Forty years of struggles and forty years of success. Forty years of Shining Moments.

USAO will celebrate its 40th Anniversary of Drover Athletics in first weekend of November. Registration, which is just $65 for a weekend full of events, is open currently, but prices will increase in less than two weeks. The deadline for early bird registration is Sept. 30.

Voter registration this week!

Stop by the cafeteria during lunch time this week (9/17-9/21) to register to vote. SGA Senators will be handing out voter registration applications.

Meeting with Dr. John Johnson

Emerson Room

Date: 
09/29/2012 - 9:00am

World music ensemble kicks off performing arts series

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September-18-2012
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Dr. Amie Maciszewski (right) and her ensemble Sangeet Millennium are the first performers in the 12th season of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series. They are scheduled to perform beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium.

Campus and community audiences will have a rare opportunity to experience one of India’s finest musical treasures when world-music ensemble Sangeet Millennium kicks off the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series. The group, founded by Dr. Amie Maciszewski, is scheduled to perform beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the campus of the University of Science and Arts.

Men's soccer sweep SAC Player of the Week honors

Date Published: 
09/17/2012
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CHICKASHA – After two 4-0 shutouts this week, two of the No. 5 Drovers’ starters earned Sooner Athletic Conference Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week honors.
 

Drover men grab fourth shutout in a row

Date Published: 
09/14/2012
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CHICKASHA – The Drovers remain undefeated after a 4-0 shutout over Northwood University on Friday afternoon.

I took the Drovers a while to catch their stride in the home match. Despite outshooting the Knights 7-3 in the first half, the game went into halftime scoreless.

Finally, 65 minutes into the game junior Perry Sansford got things rolling with the first goal of the game off an assist by Liam Madden.

Strong second gives Drovers the win

Date Published: 
09/14/2012
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CHICKASHA – Appearing to have begun to turn the season around, the Drover women grabbed a third straight win thanks to a strong second half on Friday evening.

Taking on Northwood University, the Drovers got up early with a header from sophomore Megan Wilkerson off a corner kick by senior Taylor Fain just three minutes into the game.

It was nearly 20 minutes later when the Drovers gave up a goal to the Knights’ Laura Barba. The game went into halftime tied at one a piece.

USAO Regent Chris Mosley

Local insurance executive and former city councilman Chris Mosley was sworn in on Sept. 11, 2012 to the USAO Board of Regents. He will serve the remaining six years of a term left by Regent Teresa Adwan of Tulsa.

“I believe that higher education is a key to success in any community and the institution needs to be tightly connected to its community,” Mosley said.

USAO Regent Mo Anderson

Real estate titan Mo Anderson of Edmond was sworn in on Sept. 11, 2012, as the newest member of the USAO Board of Regents. She was appointed to the board by Gov. Mary Fallin to a seven-year term, replacing Oklahoma transportation leader Neal McCaleb.

Regents approve property purchase, meet new members

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September-14-2012
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Two new members were added to the USAO Board of Regents on Tuesday. From left are Mo Anderson of Edmond, president and vice chairman of Keller Williams International; USAO President John Feaver; and local businessman Chris Mosley, a vice president of Mosley Agency of Chickasha. Mosley replaces Regent Teresa Adwan and Anderson replaces Regent Neal McCaleb, whose term expired.

Reports on the full calendar of fall events, news in fund raising, a new campus alcohol policy, a real estate purchase and the introduction of two influential new members filled the agenda Tuesday when members of the University of Science and Arts' Board of Regents met in Chickasha.