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  • Posted on: 08 June, 2012

    The Ramadan family of Ada meets with East Central University student Tobey Hatton (front row, far right) and his family to announce Hatton as the first recipient of the Dr. Raniyah Ramadan Scholarship. The family established the scholarship through the ECU Foundation Inc. in memory of their daughter, Raniyah, who was a research scientist in neuro-opthalmology when she died in July 2011 at age 34. The new scholarship will aid ECU juniors or seniors who plan a career in research or the medical profession. Hatton, of Pauls Valley, is majoring in biology/pre-dentistry.

  • Posted on: 08 June, 2012

    A book by Bradley R. Clampitt, assistant professor of history and Native American studies at East Central University, was one of two finalists for the 2011 Jefferson Davis Award sponsored by the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Va.

    Clampitt is the author of “The Confederate Heartland: Military and Civilian Morale in the Western Confederacy,” published by the Louisiana State University Press.

  • Posted on: 05 June, 2012

    Dr. Katricia Pierson, assistant vice president for academic affairs at East Central University, has been accepted as a reviewer in the Peer Corps of the Higher Learning Commission. The HLC, which is based in Chicago, accredits more than 1,000 colleges and universities in 19 states, including Oklahoma. Pierson will complete her training this fall and participate in follow-up webinars and annual training. Each year she will visit one or two universities that are similar to ECU.

  • Posted on: 05 June, 2012

    East Central University cheerleaders pose at the recent National Cheerleader Association Collegiate Nationals competition in Daytona Beach, Fla. The squad advanced from the first round straight to finals, with a final ninth place standing in its division.

  • Posted on: 05 June, 2012

    It’s been a year since East Central University began its own Native American Academic Services program to ensure that Native American students stay in school and complete their degrees. So far, the results have been encouraging, but its director wants more students and families to be aware that that ECU has an on-campus liaison for students.

  • Posted on: 04 June, 2012

    Students from Willard Grade Center line up earlier this spring to sign their names on a beam that will be installed in East Central University’s new business school and conference center which can be seen in the background. Wendell Godwin (back left), dean of ECU’s School of Business, and ECU President John Hargrave are shown with Jarred Bailey (from left), Emily Ford, Veronica Phillips, Kortni McNutt, Rhyle Sutton, Presley Hayes, Kendal Nickerson, Mitchell Galbreaith, Trayron Miller, Braden Henderson and Rylee Gray.

  • Posted on: 01 June, 2012

    Joe Trail (left) and Connor Alford (right), members of East Central University’s chapter of Alpha Chi national honor society, present children’s books collected for the Ada Boys and Girls Club to the club’s education director, Chelsea Stoinski (second from right). Club member Cheyenne Hudsen looks over some of the 327 books that were donated to the Alpha Chi book drive.

  • Posted on: 01 June, 2012

    A public viewing of the transit of Venus, the rare occasion when Venus passes between the earth and sun, will be held Tuesday [JUNE 5] at East Central University’s observatory just north of the ECU Physical Plant parking lot, northeast of the football stadium.

    The viewing will be from 5:15 p.m. until sunset, about 8:30 p.m., if the skies are clear and the sun is visible. Venus will appear as a small black dot in front of the sun.

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