A total of 23 first-year students were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta March 27 at the University of Science and Arts. ALD is a national scholastic honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence among first year students. Initiates included, front row, from left: Kiefer Burkhard, Bailey Grogg, Ashlee Cox, Dian Sultzbach, Crista Mooney. Second row, from left: Zachary Quintero, Chelsea Butler, Kylie Clark, Courtney Killmer, Chastity McClintic, Vaunda Knapp. Back row, from left: Amanda Robinson, Chris Collins, Glen Straughn, Brandon Nalley, Krayton Rogers and Katie Sears. Not pictured is Linda Addo, William Benzel, Matthew Crow. Emily Harrison, Halie Morrison and Amber Trawick.
Exceptional first year students at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma were honored March 27 as they were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta -- a national honor society for college freshmen.
Five artists collaborate for the upcoming senior show, Spectrum. Pictured here (from left to right) are pieces by Bridgette Bullock, Lori Spray, Alyssa Pence, Sarah Yandle and Chelsea LaGace. The show begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday in the USAO Art Gallery.
Five senior art students are taking the last step toward graduation as they prepare the final exhibition of their work at the University of Science and Arts.
An opening reception is scheduled at 7 p.m. on March 31 in the USAO Art Gallery. The event is free, open to the public and refreshments will be provided.
Dr. Lee Hester, associate professor of American Indian studies at USAO, shared research on cultivating traditional corn stock recently as a featured guest on Native America Calling, a nationally syndicated call-in talk radio program.
Traditional corn growing techniques were the subject of discussion on the national radio program Native America Calling on February 28, spurred by research that originated at the University of Science and Arts.
David Forsythe (left), a senior business administration major from Sacramento, Calif., and Jeff Eike (right), a senior from Ames pursuing a double major in instrumental music and computer science, represent USAO’s Concert Wind Ensemble on a state level with their appointment to the Oklahoma All-Collegiate Band.
Two students at the University of Science and Arts were named to the 2012 Oklahoma All-Collegiate Band.
This drawing by Dalton Lather of Altus High School took home the Best of Show honors during the 2011 Montmartre Chalk Art Competition at USAO. The 2012 festival is being held, along with a statewide curriculum contest and the Droverstock all-day music festival on April 5.
Oklahoma artists are invited to participate in the annual Montmartre judged sidewalk chalk art festival on the campus of the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha on April 5.
Ninnekah native Steve Sanders returns to Oklahoma to play the role of Father Grenville for the Tulsa Opera’s staging of Dead Man Walking. Sanders graduated from USAO in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in music education.
USAO graduate and Distinguished Young Alumni award winner Steven Sanders will be returning to the state of Oklahoma to sing the role of Father Grenville in the opera Dead Man Walking for the Tulsa Opera on Feb. 25, March 4 and 5.
USAO announces its intention to comply fully with Gov. Mary Fallin’s executive order that bans tobacco on state property beginning July 6.
Citing health and financial concerns for all members of the campus community, leaders at the University of Science and Arts said Thursday the school will comply fully with Gov. Mary Fallin’s executive order that bans tobacco on state property beginning July 6.
Artist and educator Steve Brown joins an elite list of 100 printmakers whose work is being exhibited across the country as part of East/West: A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking. Brown’s print, titled “Skyline Park: Truman Presidential Library” is a digitally-manipulated photograph inspired by Oklahoma’s stormy weather.
A print created by Steve Brown, professor of art at the University of Science and Arts, has been included in a printmaking exhibit and portfolio traveling the United States.
This bronze seal stands as part of an unfolding initiative to make the University of Science and Arts more visible from Grand Avenue. Regular enrollment day at the University of Science and Arts is Jan. 6. Classes also start Jan. 6 at Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts university in Chickasha. The college offers more than 400 classes in 22 fields of study. A spring class schedule is available from the USAO Admissions Office, 574-1204, or on the Internet at usao.edu/usao-course-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 2012 trimester. Classes begin Friday at Oklahoma’s public liberal arts university in Chickasha. The first day of classes is also enrollment day at the college.