For the influence she exerted on thousands of students’ lives, Dr. Dorothy (Dot) Marotte will be honored this year as one of the inductees into the USAO Alumni Hall of Fame.
Just 12 years after graduating from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Dr. Angus Lamar’s resume reads like someone with many more years of experience.
In November, he will receive the USAO Alumni Association’s Young Alumni Award as part of the Alumni Homecoming festivities.
He was once the “voice of the Drovers” – serving as announcer at USAO Basketball games. Today, you can call him “college president” and this year Dr. Ric Baser will be inducted into the USAO Alumni Hall of Fame.
Baser, a 1979 drama graduate from USAO, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame during Alumni Homecoming Nov. 10.
While she was at the USAO campus, Jessica (Hatlestad) Mollica spent a lot of time in community service work. That didn’t change after she graduated and is one of the reasons why she is receiving the USAO Alumni Association’s Young Alumni Award this year.
Mollica will be recognized as part of Alumni Homecoming festivities, which are scheduled for Nov. 7-9.
Ashley Donald, Student Services administrative assistant, was awarded the Regents Staff Achievement Award Employee of the Year just a month after earning the award for the fourth quarter.