Application of skills and concepts studied in SOC 4783 that are directly relevant to initiating and completing survey research studies. The student will develop skills in data collection, analysis, interpretation, report writing, and presentation using multivariate statistical methods applicable to survey data.
This course focuses on the cultural, religious, and political development of the Mediterranean World from the reign of the Emperor Constantine to the Crusades by examining the development of the three greatMediterranean Civilizations (Byzantine, Islamic, and Western) that formed during this period and the interactions among these civilizations.
This course surveys the development of U.S. Indian Law and policy from the founding of the United States to present, paying particular attention to fundamental laws and cases that govern the Federal-Indian relationship to this day.
Ted Diaconoff, age 84 of Chickasha, was born the son of Andre Diaconoff and Evelyn Hotson Diaconoff on Oct. 7, 1928, in Akron, Ohio. He died on May 19, 2013 in Chickasha. After receiving his masters degree, Ted continued his education and received his Phd at UCLA. He also attended the Juilliard School of Music in New York City where he studied piano and composition and was a faculty assistant. He later held teaching positions at universities in Michigan, Kentucky, then at USAO in Chickasha where he was a professor of music. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Betty.
Gwendolyn Sue (Rowe) Kragh, 72, of Norman, passed away Friday, May 24, 2013, at the Norman Regional Hospital in Norman. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Bethel Baptist Church in Norman. Interment will follow at Newcastle Memorial Gardens in Newcastle. Gwendolyn was born Oct. 16, 1940, in Pampa, Texas to the late N.W. and Juanita (Long) Rowe. She grew up in Center, graduating from Vaness High School in 1959. Gwendolyn married the love of her life Jim Kragh on Aug. 31, 1963, in Center, and to this union Jeff, Amber and Crystal were born.