Posted on: 18 July, 2011
Five awards were presented to members of East Central University’s Communications and Marketing Department July 11 at the state conference of the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association.
ECU won the first-place Grand Award in the Video Spot category with “ECU TV: Find Your Direction at ECU,” one of three ECU television commercials now airing throughout the state. It was developed by Amy Ford, director of Communications and Marketing, and ECU students Jacob Sircy of Goodwell and Jomain McKenzie of Clarendon, Jamaica.
Posted on: 06 July, 2011
Posted on: 22 June, 2011
From the time she was a 15-year-old candy striper at Weatherford Regional Hospital, Rita J. Baumgartner, the daughter of Bob and Jo Ramsey of Weatherford, knew she wanted to work in the health care environment. Over the years she continued to work in hospitals in various capacities.“When I considered advancing my education,” she said, “I felt I had waited too long. However, my biggest advocate, (husband) Richard, advised me that whether I went to college or not, life would continue to pass by.”
Posted on: 22 June, 2011
An award-winning East Central University graduate who has worked in the field of human resources and deafness for more than 25 years has been named the 2011 recipient of the Distinguished Alumna Award in Human Services Counseling by ECU’s Human Resources Department.
R. René Ryan of Tulsa received the award at the department’s awards and recognition program this spring in Ada. She has been the executive director of TSHA (Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access) in Tulsa for 18 years.
Posted on: 17 June, 2011
Posted on: 08 June, 2011
Susan Ingram of Ada has been awarded the first Dr. Marvin Kroeker Annual Best Historical Research Paper Award at East Central University.
Kroeker, a retired ECU professor of history, established the $300 cash award last year to be presented annually to the ECU student who prepares the best paper in history and/or Native American studies.
Posted on: 06 June, 2011
Posted on: 03 June, 2011
Persons interested in earning a bachelor of social work degree from East Central University can attend an informational meeting at 6 p.m. June 21 [Tuesday] in Room 111 at the Eastern Oklahoma State College campus in McAlester.
The social work program offers opportunities for students interested in working in child welfare and those who wish to work with older adults.
ECU professors will teach three beginning-level courses for the BSW degree this fall at McAlester.