March 2013

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USAO sweeps the Patriots

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03/16/2013
Josh Goodman

CHICKASHA – Winning two games on Saturday and grabbing the sweep, the Drovers at 24-3 are off to the best start in school history.

After a 20-2 win against Arlington Baptist on Friday, the Drovers slowed it down on Saturday. They took game one 4-2 and won the second game with a walk-off run in the bottom of the eighth inning 4-3.

In the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, the Drovers got on board quickly when the Drovers’ third hitter, Heath Wilda, sent a home run over the left field fence to score himself and Jared Coon.

Drovers dominate Arlington Baptist

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03/15/2013
Blake Pruett

CHICKASHA – The Drovers scored in every inning in a 20-2 crush of the Arlington Baptist Patriots on Friday afternoon at Bill Smith Ballpark.

The Drovers (22-3) seemed unstoppable in the game, which only went seven of the nine innings, ending early because of the mercy rule.

Campus Mourns Death of Regent Ed Hicks

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March-15-2013

Chickasha restaurateur Ed Hicks, a former member of the USAO Board of Regents, died early Friday. Appointed by Gov. Frank Keating, Hicks served on USAO’s governing board from 1999-2006.

Services are scheduled March 20 at 2 p.m. in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the campus of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha.

New scholarship opportunities for overseas study

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USAO students can take advantage of a new scholarship for overseas travel by applying before April 1.

Students interested in studying abroad have a new opportunity in a one-time scholarship recently announced at the University of Science and Arts.

Vasquez presents mathematics research

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March-14-2013
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USAO Math, Technology and Science Club sponsors and members attend the Texas Oklahoma Regional Undergraduate Symposium last month. Pictured (left to right) are Dr. Quan Tran, Preston Vasquez, Dao Thong Lim, Dustin Grider and Dr. J.C. Sanders. Vasquez presented a paper on easing the transition from algebra to geometry to open the conference.

Hoping to ease the transition from algebra to geometry for high school students, an undergraduate mathematician from the University of Science and Arts delivered a presentation on his research at a conference in Texas last month.

Preston Vasquez, a senior mathematics major from Bridge Creek, opened the 8th Annual Texas Oklahoma Regional Undergraduate Symposium (TORUS) by presenting a paper titled Motion Without Movement.