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  • Posted on: 29 March, 2012
    Ghanaian sculpture El Anatsui works on one of his pieces.

    A sneak preview of the sixth season of “Art in the Twenty-First Century,” the only primetime national television series focused exclusively on contemporary art, will be offered April 3 and 4 [TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY] and April 11 and 12 [WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY] at East Central University in Ada.

    ECU’s Art Department will screen the programs in partnership with Art21 as part of its Access ’12 initiative.

  • Posted on: 29 March, 2012

    Students who plan to transfer to East Central University can see what ECU has to offer and enroll for the summer and fall semesters during Transfer Enrollment Day on April 11 [WEDNESDAY].

    New students will meet with the Transfer Enrollment Center staff, become familiar with campus policies and enrollment procedures, meet with their faculty advisers and enroll for summer and fall classes. They also will be offered tours of the campus and will be able to purchase textbooks and acquire their student ID cards.

  • Posted on: 28 March, 2012

    A representative from East Central University’s Transfer Enrollment Center will visit Seminole State College April 4 [WEDNESDAY] to talk with students thinking about transferring to ECU to complete a bachelor’s degree.

    Kyle W. Gardner, ECU’s transfer enrollment manager, will be in Tanner Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students can talk with him about signing up to enroll for the summer and fall semesters during ECU’s Transfer Enrollment Day on April 11.

  • Posted on: 28 March, 2012
    Photo of Dr. Diana Watson-Maile with her award.

    Dr. Diana Watson-Maile, chair of the Family and Consumer Sciences Department at East Central University, holds the award she received at the Oklahoma Association of Family and Consumer Sciences State Conference. She was presented the Lea O’Toole Research and Innovation Award for excellence in research and development of the FCS profession.

  • Posted on: 27 March, 2012
    Governor Anoatubby

    A presentation at the state Capitol recently showed legislators how the six universities that make up the Regional University System of Oklahoma, including East Central University, are working together to let the people of Oklahoma know how they are being served by the sister universities.

    The presentation on Higher Education Day featured a prominent alum from ECU, Northeastern State University, the University of Central Oklahoma and Northwestern, Southwestern and Southeastern Oklahoma State Universities.

  • Posted on: 26 March, 2012

    East Central University’s Russian Studies Program and Music Department will present “From the Land of the Firebird,” an evening of Russian poetry and song, at 7:30 p.m. March 27 [TUESDAY] in the Regents Room in Knight Hall. Admission is free.

    A silent auction will offer donated Russian items and the Russian Club will sell Russian chocolates to raise money for the Study Abroad Program.

    Performers will include ECU students and faculty. Musicians are faculty members Rudy Lupinski and Melody Baggech and students Sheena Stallings, Aaron Steinman and Jacob Stevens.

  • Posted on: 26 March, 2012

    A representative from East Central University’s Transfer Enrollment Center will visit Murray State College March 28 [WEDNESDAY] to talk with students thinking about transferring to ECU to complete a bachelor’s degree.

    &Kyle W. Gardner, ECU’s transfer enrollment manager, will be outside the cafeteria from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students can talk with him about signing up to enroll at ECU on Transfer Enrollment Day on April 11.

  • Posted on: 16 March, 2012
    Photo of Nikki Dicerkson

    A high school student who at first “rebelled” against enrolling at East Central University now says coming to ECU was the right decision, after all.

    Nikki Dickerson, an ECU senior from Mustang, was one of three college students selected to speak during Higher Education Day activities recently at the state Capitol. She and Redlands Community College student Angie Bright and University of Oklahoma student Alyssa Loveless told several legislators, the presidents of about 10 colleges and universities and other college students what higher education meant to them.

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