Presentations & Exhibitions

Poetry reading, open mic night

Dr. Sarah Webb, regional published poet and professor emerita in English, will present her poetry in an upcoming reading scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 in Room 124 of Davis Hall at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. An open mic will follow the reading.

The event is free and open to the public.

Discussing American Race Relations

In light of the national dialogue regarding race issues within the United States, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, is hosting an event to discuss the different factors that have impacted current race relations.

The event will begin with a screening of the documentary film, "Ferguson: a Report from Occupied Territory." followed by a panel discussion.

The event will be moderated by Dr. Raushan Alexander-Ashanti, Chickasha City Council and president of Chickasha's NAACP.


Coming Together -- Tribute to Jesús Moroles

Ken Fergeson and John and Marilyn Feaver invite you to this tribute to Jesús Moroles. Event tickets may be purchased for $75 per person by calling Joyce Sanders at (405) 574-1349 or at the door. Proceeds to benefit student scholarships and the Coming Together Park at USAO - a permanent memorial to the work of Jesús Moroles. Hors D’oeuvres, wine and beer provided by Venue 104 Bistro - Derek Nettle, Caterer.

Make Marble Pay: Eating Disorders

Len Lacefield from Southern Plains Medical Center will be on hand to give the first workshop and seminar in the Make Marble Pay lecture series. The presentation will cover proper nutrition with an emphasis on eating disorders.

Make Marble Pay is in its 5th and final year. You can still weigh in at the Nobbs Wellness Center with Chris Basco, associate dean of students, to participate. $10 for each pound lost will go to student scholarships.

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