CHICKASHA – Award-winning students were given their moment in the spotlight recently when the University of Science and Arts held an awards convocation on April 13. Three new awards in research, creative expression and leadership were presented for the first time.
CHICKASHA – Four students at the University of Science and Arts beat out nearly 100 students for top winnings at a recent psychology research conference, earning three of six awards given for research projects across the state.
CHICKASHA – A record-breaking crowd gathered April 20 at the University of Science and Arts for the college’s first split-venue, live simulcast of commencement. Nearly 2,000 guests, students, faculty and staff members filled the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium and the USAO Field House in what may be the largest commencement ceremony ever held at USAO.
Anyone who’s been to a commencement ceremony at the University of Science and Arts knows the routine: come early because the 850-seat auditorium won’t hold the usual 1,500+ guests.