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Vice President Michael Nealeigh shaking hands with donors to the university's campaign.

Industry leaders, foundations invest in USAO STEM programs

Local business leaders and statewide foundations alike have made substantial contributions to the science and mathematics programs at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma as part of the Ready, Set, NOW comprehensive campaign.

Recent gifts to the Austin Hall renovation project, one of four major goals of the campaign, include $25,000 from the Kirkpatrick Foundation; $15,000 from HSI Sensing; and a leadership gift from Larry and Diana Brown.

USAO Child Development Center taking applications Feb. 2

The Child Development Center at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will begin receiving and processing applications for Fall 2015 enrollment beginning Feb. 2.

Application forms may be obtained at the USAO Child Development Center in Gary Hall 101 A. Gary Hall is located at the corner of 17th Street and Alabama.

The Child Development Center is open from 9-11:45 a.m. Monday through Friday during the fall and spring trimesters.

Enrollment for the fall trimester begins Feb. 2 and ends March 30. Fees are $500 per child, per trimester.

Syrian peace activist delivers religious reconciliation lecture Jan. 26

Hind Kabawat will deliver the keynote address for the Ableson Religious Reconciliation Lecture, which is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Jan. 26 in the Ballroom.

The event is free and open to the public.

Kabawat’s lecture is titled, “The Tragedy of the Syrian People: Is There Hope for Reconciliation?”

University weight-loss initiative launches Jan. 20

A scholarship drive designed to promote healthy eating and wellness called “Make Marble Pay” launches its fifth year with a kick-off celebration, beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 20 in the Ballroom in the Student Center at the University of Science and Arts.

pictures of John Feaver and Dex Marble

USAO celebrates MLK Day with special presentation

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Jan. 19 by providing an opportunity for students and the community to learn more about the significance of the holiday and why it is celebrated.