CHICKASHA – After shining on the court and in the classroom, USAO alumna Stephanie Liebl Huber continues to shine professionally.
Huber, a 1998 business graduate, played for the Drovers’ women’s basketball team from 1994 to 1998 and has gone to develop a successful law career.
Huber is one of nine former athletes to be honored at the 40th Anniversary of Athletics, scheduled on USAO’s campus Nov. 1-3. The weekend full of events is open to all former students, athletes, coaches and fans.
Arun Gandhi speaks at the Martin Luther King Memorial in Washington, D.C. on the 44th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination in 2012. Gandhi will deliver the keynote address for the 5th annual Giles Symposium for Citizenship and Public Service beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 25 in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the campus of the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha.
Arun Gandhi spent two years during his teens living with his grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi, learning firsthand about the challenges and triumphs of advocating for non-violent change.
These beliefs were directly challenged on January 30, 1948 when an assassin took his grandfather’s life but, from that day forward, Arun Gandhi dedicated his life and passion to ending senseless violence throughout the world.
Gandhi is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the fifth annual Ray and Mary Giles Symposium for Citizenship and Public Service at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
Accomplished entirely with private gifts, the spacious new Nobbs Wellness Center for students, faculty and staff opened on Thursday at USAO. Demonstrating the treadmills for USAO President John Feaver and First Lady Marilyn Feaver is Freshman President Deborah Park of China. The center is open long hours to encourage healthier lifestyles for all members of the campus community. The center is named for the late Vestal Litton “Pat” Nobbs, an alumna of the Oklahoma College for Women, who made a successful career in health and fashion and built the international health and fitness company, Jeunique International Inc. in the City of Industry, Calif.
Students and faculty turned out in droves this week to enjoy a new campus wellness center named for the late Pat Nobbs, a visionary health entrepreneur and 1930s alumna.
Dr. Aleisha Karjala, associate professor of political science, talks with members of the Campaigns and Elections class as they prepare to host Just the Facts: Election 2012. The event is a public forum designed to fact check various claims made by the opposing campaigns for the presidency. It is free and open to the public.
Political science students will fact-check issues surrounding the upcoming presidential election in a public forum scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 23 in the USAO Ballroom.
CHICKASHA – With less than a season under its belt, the USAO men’s cross country team is finding its stride, said junior runner Kieran Brennan.
“It’s been a progressive season. We started off OK, continuously throughout every race and every practice, we have been getting better and better,” he said. “It’s been a good season. It’s been difficult because it is new to a lot of us.”
Ray Giles dedicated his life to public service and to the state of Oklahoma. During a four-year stint in the U.S. Air Force during World War II, Giles was awarded three Battle Stars, the Purple Heart, and the Air Medal for his service in Europe.