Free reading tutors are available this summer from the University of Science and Arts for kids who have competed kindergarten through seventh grade. The service is managed by students and faculty in the USAO Division of Education and Speech Language Pathology.
Comparing shared life stories and giving meaningful definition to “place,” Dr. Vicki Ferguson encouraged graduates that they are starting on a good foundation with a liberal arts degree during the spring commencement ceremony at the University of Science and Arts.
A $2,500 grant to support student programs and scholarships at USAO has been announced by local Arvest Bank officials. The gift comes from the Walton Family Foundation through a grant proposal submitted by local Arvest officials.
Services for Dr. Elsie Null, 93, of Chickasha are scheduled Thursday (May 6) at 1:30 p.m. at Ferguson Funeral Home. Dr. Null taught for more than 38 years at this institution, spanning all three legacies -- from the World War II days at the Oklahoma College for Women, through the Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts period, and into the modern University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma era.
As an education faculty member for most of 28 years, Dr. Vicki Ferguson has spoken into the lives of countless students at the University of Science and Arts, but students in other majors may never have met her. On April 23, Ferguson will address 132 graduating seniors and families during dual spring commencement ceremonies at the college.
Summer in Chickasha means one thing for local children -- Artscope. Chickasha’s premier arts camp is gearing up for a fun two weeks by offering scholarships to the community. In its 12th year, Artscope is scheduled June 14-25 on the campus of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Enrollment for the camp is now open to the public.