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STATE REGENTS RESPOND ENTHUSIASTICALLY TO USAO PLAN

OKLAHOMA CITY – John Feaver received a positive response – and applause -- when he presented to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education his ambitious Mission Enhancement Plan on May 27. His plan seeks national prominence for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha, where he has served as president since 2000.

SCHOLARSHIPS STILL AVAILABLE FOR ARTSCOPE

Artscope – Chickasha’s creative summer camp unlike any other – is quickly approaching. Artscope is a summer arts day camp for children ages 8-12 and is scheduled on the USAO campus June 13-24. A limited number of spaces and scholarships are still available. All spaces and scholarships will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oklahoma Painting and Drawing Biennial Award-Winning Artists will Speak at an Artist Symposium

Join the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition and some of the Oklahoma Painting and Drawing Biennial award-winning artists, John Cox, F. Bradley Jessop and Sharon McCoy on June 7 at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha for an artist Symposium at 3:30pm. The event is free and open to the public.

Each artist will give a brief presentation about their work. The artists will also be available for questions from the audience. This is a great opportunity for all Oklahoma artists to hear and learn from other artists. It will be a forum for success!

USAO PRESENTS AMBITIOUS MISSION ENHANCEMENT PLAN

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Armed with a list of successes and positive trends in student achievement, private giving and national rankings, and carrying an enthusiastic endorsement from its own governing board in Chickasha, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Friday presented its ambitious Mission Enhancement Plan to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in Oklahoma City.

At USAO, Mission is to Focus on Education

CHICKASHA — The giant oval that shields the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma from the coarseness of the world is large enough to preserve the past and make room for the future.

But it is not merely an inviting expanse of grass, waiting for a Frisbee and a gentle gust of wind.

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