Events

Upcoming Community

10:00am Apr 25, 2014
In Front of Troutt Hall

President John Feaver, US Congressman Tom Cole and Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby preside over the official dedication ceremony of the statue of Te Ata Fisher beginning at 10 a.m. on April 25 in the Oval on the campus of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

The event is free and all members of the public are invited.

Feaver, Cole and Anoatubby will be in attendance as renowned actor Tana Takes Horse reprises her role as Te Ata from Judy Lee Oliva's play that debuted at USAO in 2006.

(All day), (All day) Jun, Jun 02, 23, 2014, 2014
Fieldhouse

USAO will host the 2014 Vinson Metcalf Basketball Camp, a skills and fundamentals camp for athletes of nearly all ages, during two week-long periods in June.

BRAIN WAVES: An interdisciplinary Science and Arts camp for gifted elementary students

(All day), (All day) Jun, Jun 16, 23, 2014, 2014
Campus Classrooms

An Interdisciplinary Science and Arts Camp for Gifted Students

The four-day camp for elementary school students will emphasize USAO’s commitment to interdisciplinary education and will feature sessions from the sciences including wildlife, math, geology, food science, environmental science, physics, chemistry and computers, as well as sessions from the arts including writing, music and art. Sessions will be taught by University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma summer faculty.

8:45am Jun 20, 2014
Campuswide

Explore all areas of the arts: music, theatre, dance, and visual arts. Open to students 8-12. Artscope is a summer arts day camp made possible through the USAO Foundation, Oklahoma Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

BRAIN WAVES: An interdisciplinary Science and Arts camp for gifted elementary students

(All day), (All day) Jun, Jun 16, 23, 2014, 2014
Campus Classrooms

An Interdisciplinary Science and Arts Camp for Gifted Students

The four-day camp for elementary school students will emphasize USAO’s commitment to interdisciplinary education and will feature sessions from the sciences including wildlife, math, geology, food science, environmental science, physics, chemistry and computers, as well as sessions from the arts including writing, music and art. Sessions will be taught by University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma summer faculty.