It has been said that too many cooks can spoil a stew but attendees can anticipate a fine dish for the ears and eyes when Dr. Stephen Weber and Rhenada Finch collaborate in an upcoming piano recital emphasizing pieces written for four or more hands.
The performance is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Alumni Chapel at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
There is an epic battle between good and evil brewing this Halloween and the prize is the soul of Mankind.
John Paul Cook is not your typical mathematician.
Cook earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Oklahoma in 2012 but he describes himself as a “hybrid” because his research primarily has been aimed at undergraduate math education.
Now an assistant professor of mathematics at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Cook’s research, re-thinking the way certain higher-level mathematics courses are taught, is starting to turn heads nationally.
Traditional wisdom suggests that trends develop on America’s East and West coasts and slowly make their way to the Oklahoma heartland. However, the urge to reexamine the relationship between the land, the food produced from it and the people who eat it has found fertile soil in Oklahoma at a speed that defies expectation.
Three national publications, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, US News and World Report’s America’s Best Colleges and Washington Monthly, rank the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma as among the nation’s leaders in serving high performing students from low to middle income families.