Dr. Ken Bohannon, associate professor of music at the University of Science and Arts, enjoys a moment at the Great Wall while on a recent visit to China. Bohannon will draw upon the training he received at the EF Tours conference in Beijing when he takes a group of travelers to Europe later this year.
Dr. Ken Bohannon spent a week in China earlier this month as part of his preparation to lead a group of travelers on a European expedition later this year.
Chris Basco, director of health services at USAO, shares nutrition tips with Jessica Jackson, sports information coordinator. Basco is overseeing the Make Marble Pay program that swaps pounds lost for dollars into the scholarship fund, made possible by the generosity of Dr. Dex Marble, vice-president of academic affairs.
“Breakfast. It’s a no brainer.”
That’s the first piece of advice that Chris Basco, director of health services, offers to anyone interested in losing weight and seeking a healthier lifestyle.
Dion Jordan offers students strategies on how to become the leaders of tomorrow. He is the keynote speaker at the 1st Annual USAO Student Leadership Conference, scheduled for Feb. 8 beginning at 6 p.m. in the ballroom of the Student Center.
Students at the University of Science and Arts will be challenged to reach their highest leadership potential when motivational speaker Dion Jordan comes to campus as part of the 1st annual USAO Student Leadership Conference on Feb. 8.
This portrait of an African man hangs in the USAO art gallery as part of a new exhibition entitled Faces. The drawing was done by Derald Swineford, longtime OCW/OCLA/USAO art instructor, while he was stationed in North Africa during the Second World War. Faces, a collection of portraits drawn from the USAO permanent collection, is set to run until Feb. 4.
The art gallery at the University of Science and Arts is opening the Spring 2011 trimester with a unique exhibition entitled Faces. The exhibit is drawn from the university’s private collection of art and showcases the rich legacy of history it represents.
Dancers from Perpetual Motion show the style and athleticism that characterize their modern/aerial dance routines. Perpetual Motion is scheduled to perform on Jan. 25 in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Science and Arts.
Armed with a desire to educate and enrapture its audience, modern dance company Perpetual Motion is scheduled to perform in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Science and Arts.
Rachael Brown enjoys a moment in the sun on the Alumni Chapel bridge on the campus of the University of Science and Arts. She was named a Brad Henry International Scholar and will spend five months this Spring studying in Wales, UK, at Swansea University.
At the beginning of the Fall 2010 trimester, Rachael Brown was faced with a dilemma.
Regular enrollment day at the University of Science and Arts is Jan. 7. Classes also start Jan. 7 at Oklahoma’s public liberal arts university in Chickasha. The college offers more than 400 classes in 23 fields of study. A spring class schedule is available from the USAO Admissions Office, 574-1204, or on the Internet at www.usao.edu/schedules.
Though the clocks won’t spring forward until March, the University of Science and Arts is getting its traditional jump on things with the launch of the Spring 2011 trimester. Classes begin Jan. 7 at Oklahoma’s public liberal arts university in Chickasha. Jan. 7 also is enrollment day at the college.
Future Chickasha High School graduates are getting help to attend the University of Science and Arts, thanks to a new $20,000 endowment. From left are Chickasha Superintendent Jim Glaze, CPSF Finance Chairwoman Joyce Black and USAO President John Feaver, who met this week to announce CPSF’s intent to find matching donors.
The Chickasha Public School Foundation is seeking to partner with donors from the community to match two $10,000 endowed scholarships for local students to attend the University of Science and Arts.
Representatives for the USAO Ambassadors deliver food and other goods to Southern Oaks Church of Christ foodbank. They are (from left to right) Alicia Spain, Holly Howard, Kellee "Glittery Heels" Johnson, Marcie Price and Jillian Caldwell. The first annual Turkey Classic basketball game raised more than $1,400 and collected nearly 1,000 non-perishable items for donation to local food banks.
The USAO Fieldhouse was recently the site of an epic generational struggle as two basketball teams took to the court to raise money and donations for local food banks and charities. The first annual Turkey Classic pitted university faculty and staff against students to answer the classic question of whether experience or youth would prevail.