January 2013

ASL Club meeting

Canning Hall Room 214

Date: 
02/14/2013 - 11:15am - 12:15pm

ASL Club meeting

Canning Hall Room 214

Date: 
01/10/2013 - 11:15am - 12:15pm

Nominations Needed for Alumni Awards

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Who will receive next year's Young Alumni Award? Who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame? That depends on who you nominate. Nomination deadline is May 31.
Nominate someone for Young Alumni
Nominate someone for Hall of Fame

Kiplinger 2013

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Parkinson earns fourth national award

Date Published: 
01/02/2013
Scott Parkinson

CHICKASHA – Already a double All-America First Team player, junior Scott Parkinson can add a second national scholar-athlete award to his trophy case.

Parkinson, a junior defender for the Drovers, recently was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America 2012 Scholar All-America First Team recipient for his performances in the classroom and on the field.

Intermediate Micro syllabus

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0782 ECON 3113 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Spring 2013
9:05-10:05 MWF
Troutt 303

 

Jennifer Long, Ph.D.
Office: Troutt 317
Phone: 574-1217
Email: jlong@usao.edu
Office Hours: MWF 11-12 and 1-2:30; TTh 8:30-9:30; and by appointment and/or luck

 

Regents accept clean audit, set calendars

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January-02-2013
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Members of the USAO Board of Regents met in December before the holidays. From left are Hilary Kitz of Tulsa, Molly Tolbert of Oklahoma City, Mo Anderson of Edmond, Leslie Hudson and David McLaughlin, both of Oklahoma City; President John Feaver, and Chris Mosley of Chickasha.

A new student constitution and a clean external financial audit were approved in December when the University of Science and Arts Board of Regents met for the last time in 2012.  Regents also approved an academic calendar for 2013-14 and their own schedule of meetings for 2013.

Political Economy of Debt

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The Political Economy of Debt
0797 ECON 4883 / 2429 PSCI 4883
Spring 2013
T/Th 1:30-2:55
Troutt 303

Course Description

This course will explore the history and meaning of debt, from personal debt to national and international debt. We will spend the term reading, writing, and discussing the idea of debt as well as its political and economic consequences and meanings.