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  • Posted on: 11 April, 2017

    A screening of the film “The Unforeseen” and a panel discussion will be the focus as East Central University’s Oka’ Institute kicks off Water Week 2017 with an event called “Let’s Talk About Water,” on Monday, April 17, in ECU Foundation Hall of the Chickasaw Business and Conference Center.

    The event is a free and open to the public and the first 30 arrivals will receive a free Oka’ Institute water cup. Free snacks will be served at 5 p.m. with the screening to start at 5:30 p.m. The panel discussion will begin, immediately following the film.

  • Posted on: 11 April, 2017

    Amy Ward, social program director at East Central University, has developed an innovative method of enhancing social work students’ learning experiences as well as bring together several departments across campus into a collaborative academic setting.

    Ward’s project, entitled “Implementing Simulation Labs: A Creative Approach in Social Work,” has led to her being named a 2017 winner of the prestigious DaVinci Fellow Award.

  • Posted on: 11 April, 2017

    The generous gifts of East Central University alumnae and the late Hallie Brown Ford have impacted several institutions of higher learning.

    ECU and the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon, are two of those, which are halfway across the country from each other.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2017

    ADA – Americana and Indie sounds will fill East Central University’s Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center, Wednesday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. as Colorado-based band Songs of the Fall along with The Baptist Generals from Denton Texas will take the stage.
    Part of ECU’s Fine Arts Season, Songs of the Fall features five-time Grammy nominee Cia Cherryholmes on banjo and vocals and Stetson Adkisson on guitar and vocals. They have been described as a meeting of celtic, delta blues and bluegrass and referred to as the American version of the Swell Season.

  • Posted on: 06 April, 2017

    East Central University’s African-Caribbean Student Association is holding its annual “Fusion Night” celebration on Thursday, April 13, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Stanley Wagner Ballroom of the Memorial Student Union Complex. The program includes cultural music and dance performances, a fashion show and an African and Caribbean food buffet. Tickets are $10 for individuals and $15 for couples. For additional information, contact Dr. Patrick Bohan, advisor to the African-Caribbean Student Association, at 580-559-5658.

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  • Posted on: 06 April, 2017

    Dr. Dwight L. Myers, professor and co-chair of East Central University’s Chemistry Department, received statewide recognition for his undergraduate STEM research work with students during the 62nd Annual Oklahoma Pentasectional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) on March 25 at Cameron University in Lawton.

    Myers, concerned about shaping the minds of undergraduate research students, was awarded the 2017 Oklahoma Chemist Award. He describes research at ECU as rewarding and an asset to undergraduate students.

  • Posted on: 06 April, 2017

    Ninety middle school students from across the state experienced fun and absorbed STEM principles during the 2017 NASA Challenge Showcase on March 29 at East Central University.

    Through a partnership between NASA and the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) program, middle school students participated in activities such as launching pencil rockets and learning robotic activities as well as making video presentations about space suit designs.

  • Posted on: 06 April, 2017

    “Operation Mozart,” an unprecedented collaboration of ECU’s Departments of Music and English and Languages, will take the stage in the Raymond J. Estep Multimedia Center of the Bill S. Cole University Center on Thursday, April 13, beginning at 4 p.m.

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