Exactly 20 years after earning his bachelor’s degree from the University of Science and Arts, writer and new media specialist Eric Feuerborn has accepted a new challenge – to become director of alumni development at USAO.
Fiddle sensation Kyle Dillingham is bring his Horseshoe Road Band to Chickasha Sept. 25. The band kicks off the 2010-2011 Davis-Waldorf season at 7:30 p.m. in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the USAO campus. Tickets are available at the USAO Business Office, 1727 W. Alabama, or by calling 405-574-1213.
With an eclectic musical style ranging from blues to bluegrass and gypsy jazz to western swing, the Horseshoe Road Band kicks off the 10th season of the Davis Waldorf Performing Arts Series Sept. 25.
"Fork Flake," along with other works by USAO graduate Helen Shafer, will be on display at the college during "Helen's Show" Sept. 10-Oct 1. The exhibition will be open daily during normal business hours in the Davis Hall Third Floor Art Gallery on the USAO campus. The show is free and open to the public.
A showing of whimsical metal work and jewelry is scheduled to be on display at the University of Science and Arts during Helen's Show Sept. 10-Oct 1.
The work of artist John Kingerlee is schedule to hang in the USAO Art Gallery Sept. 3-Oct. 1. An opening reception is scheduled Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. The USAO Art Gallery is located on the first floor of Davis Hall on the USAO campus. Davis Hall is on the oval at South 17th Street between Grand Avenue and Alabama Streets in Chickasha.
The work of Anglo-Irish artist John Kingerlee has traveled to a dozen states since 2006. The exhibit makes two stops in Oklahoma -- one of those stops is in the Art Gallery at the University of Science and Arts. Kingerlee's work is schedule to hang in Chickasha Sept. 3-Oct. 1.
Sandwiched between Harvard and Yale in a feature segment on NBC’s Today Show Tuesday morning, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will – for the ninth year in a row – be listed by U.S. News and World Report as the highest ranked Oklahoma public school in any category when the annual college guide hits newsstands on Friday.
USAO has been a top-ranked school for years in U.S. News, but a salute for quality on The Today Show was a first.