August 2013

Jennings Clarke

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01
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Class: 
Senior
Hometown: 
Norman, Okla.
Previous School: 
Midwestern State University
Height: 
6-0
Position: 
RS GK

2012: Clarke earned All-Conference honors as a goalkeeper at Midwestern State.

2011: Clarke spent a semester each at Northern Oklahoma College and Oklahoma City Community College.

2010: Out of Norman High School, Clarke attended the University of Tulsa.

High School: Clarke was named All-Conference and All-City three times and earned All-State honors as team captain.

Major: Physical Education

Interesting Fact: Will eat almost anything.

Travis Clolinger

Players Number: 
01
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Class: 
Freshman
Hometown: 
Ripon, England
Previous School: 
Ripon Grammar School
Height: 
5-11
Position: 
GK

High School: Clolinger earned honors such as Managers’ Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season while playing soccer in his native England.

Major: Chemistry

Interesting Fact: Has one thumb longer than the other.

Director of John Morris Speech & Language Clinic & Instructor in Speech Language Pathology

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First Name: 
Karen
Last Name: 
Karner
Professional Type: 
Faculty
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Education: 
• M.S., Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas, 1984
 
• B.A., Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas, 1983
 
• Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, 1979-1981, 1982
 
• Presently ABD at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone Number: 
405-574-1274
Bio: 

Karen Karner joined the faculty of USAO in Fall, 2013, as Clinic Director of the John A. Morris Speech and Language Clinic and an instructor of speech-language pathology. Her clinical background in speech- language pathology includes work in the public schools of Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma, and private practice in both Texas and Oklahoma where her caseloads included early intervention, autism spectrum disorders, adult intellectual disability, and school-age speech and language disorders. She has additional training and experience in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

She has been a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in good standing since 1985. She has earned the Award for Continuing Education (ACE) three times. She presently serves as Vice President-Elect of the Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association. At USAO, she serves on the Superior Teaching and Scholarly Activity Committee.

Karner is a Ph.D. candidate in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where her dissertation research focuses on the social use of language of adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. A fellow of the Leadership in Education and Neurodevelopmental and Other Related Disabilities (LEND) program, Karner brings to her position an understanding of family-centered and culturally competent services that place the patient and the family at the forefront of decision making in the treatment process.

Campus Building: 
Gary Hall
Office Location: 
116a
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Assistant Professor of Economics

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First Name: 
Christopher
Last Name: 
Martin
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Phone Number: 
405-574-1269
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Campus Building: 
Troutt Hall
Office Location: 
312
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Assistant Professor of Art

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First Name: 
Jordan
Last Name: 
Vinyard
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Phone Number: 
405-574-1301
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Campus Building: 
Davis Hall
Office Location: 
305

Assistant Professor of Art

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First Name: 
Blake
Last Name: 
Morgan
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Phone Number: 
405-574-1303
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Campus Building: 
Davis Hall
Office Location: 
311

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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First Name: 
David
Last Name: 
Zoetewey
Professional Type: 
Faculty
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Education: 

Point Loma Nazarene University (1997-2001) BA Biology/Chemistry

University of Colorado Denver (2001-2008) PhD Biophysical Chemistry

Auburn University (2009-2010) Postdoctoral Fellowship

 

Phone Number: 
405-574-1313
Bio: 

I grew up in Denver, Colorado (Go Broncos!) and am the middle of three children.  My research interests include protein structure and folding as well as the reaction pathways of chlorinated organic materials during the water treatment process by chloramines.  I met my wife Corrie while working on my Post-doc at Auburn University (War Eagle!) and we have a beautiful new daughter Emma.  In my spare time I enjoy singing anything from Barbershop quartets to choral music and musical theater.  

Campus Building: 
Austin Hall
Office Location: 
110A
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Instructor of Deaf Education

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First Name: 
Yunjae
Last Name: 
Hwang
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Phone Number: 
405-574-1241
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Campus Building: 
Canning Hall
Office Location: 
210
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Homecoming 2013 Silent Auction

The Homecoming Committee is hosting a silent auction to support the Alumni Association Annual Scholarship Fund. The auction will conclude during Alumni Homecoming in November with select items being presented during a live auction.

Dragon acrobats, talented performers fill upcoming Davis-Waldorf season

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August-21-2013
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Four outstanding performances continue the legacy of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma as its thirteenth season opens this fall. Performances scheduled for the series include The Golden Dragon Acrobats (left), Two Part Invention (top right), Ryan and Ryan (middle right) and Ain’t I a Woman? (bottom right). Season tickets for the series can be purchased online at usao.edu/dwpas or through the USAO business office, 405-574-1213.

The electrifying Golden Dragon Acrobats make a triumphal return to Chickasha this fall as part of the thirteenth season of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Coming off of a stellar season that featured a sitarist, a tap-dance troupe, a world-renowned boys choir and a ground-breaking string quartet, Dr. Ken Bohannon, coordinator for the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series (DWPAS), knew he had his work cut out for him.