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  • Posted on: 30 March, 2011

    NOTE:  The AHEC special meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 31, to discuss the proposed branch campus has been cancelled. ECU has received tentative assurance from the authors of HB 1227 that East Central University’s programming will be protected. ECU still opposes HB 1227.

  • Posted on: 23 March, 2011

    The annual Scissortail Creative Writing Festival is back for its sixth year and bigger than ever with four featured authors, including “Where the Heart Is” author Billie Letts. In addition, more than 50 regional, published and emerging authors will make presentations during the three-day festival March 31 – April 2 on the campus of East Central University in Ada. All sessions are free and open to the public.

  • Posted on: 23 March, 2011

    Nine music students from East Central University were selected for the 2011 Oklahoma Intercollegiate Honor Band which performed as part of the Oklahoma Music Educators Association convention recently in Tulsa.

  • Posted on: 23 March, 2011

    Eight students from Ada, Byng and Latta will be among the 81 junior high and high school students from across the state presenting research papers today [THURSDAY] at the state meet of the Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science. The OJAS meet and the Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair are held annually at East Central University.

    Student research papers were certified earlier at regional meets throughout Oklahoma.

  • Posted on: 22 March, 2011

    An Instrumental Ensembles Concert with the East Central University Flute, Clarinet and Brass Ensembles will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday [MARCH 24] in the Ataloa Theatre in ECU’s Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center. The concert is free and open to the public.
               

  • Posted on: 21 March, 2011

    Senior students from East Central University’s Upward Bound Program pause in the state Capitol during TRIO Day. TRIO is a family of federal grant programs dedicated to helping students who meet certain income guidelines or would be first-generation college students to achieve their dream of obtaining a college education. TRIO students from across Oklahoma heard elected officials talk about the importance of earning a college degree.</body></html>

  • Posted on: 21 March, 2011

    Dale Boatwright, president of Landmark Bank, presents a $500 check to Phyllis Kunze, executive director of the ECU Foundation Inc. The funds will be used for general operations and scholarships for deserving ECU students. Landmark Bank has been a longtime supporter of ECU by establishing scholarships and helping with operational expenses. Boatwright also serves as a trustee of the ECU Foundation

  • Posted on: 21 March, 2011

    Oklahoma City –

    An upcoming forum will provide artists from Ada and southeast Oklahoma resources for getting work through services offered by the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.

    The free forum, centered on the theme “Knowledge is Power,” will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. March 31 [THURSDAY] at the East Central University Arts Incubator at 808 E. Main, Suite C, in Ada.

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