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  • Posted on: 05 November, 2012

    High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to learn what it’s like to be a college student at East Central University by participating in Tiger Connection on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

    Tiger Connection is designed for prospective students to visit campus and meet with students, faculty and staff as well as connect with other potential ECU Tigers.

  • Posted on: 05 November, 2012

    Eleven local and area teachers will be honored at a reception and Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year Elaine Hutchison will speak at the annual Marvin Stokes Endowed Lecture on Monday, Nov. 5, at East Central University.

    The eleven teachers will be honored with a reception at the Oklahoma Regents Room of the ECU Student Union from 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Immediately following the reception, Hutchison will deliver the Stokes Lecture in the Estep Auditorium of the Bill S. Cole University Center at 6:30 p.m.

  • Posted on: 02 November, 2012

    East Central University business professor Dr. Pat Fountain was recently named Community Engagement Professional of the Year, it was recently announced at the 2012 Heartland Conference in St. Louis, Mo.

    The award was presented by the Oklahoma Campus Compact organization.

    It recognizes one professional from a member campus in Oklahoma, who has worked toward the institutionalization of academic service-learning.

  • Posted on: 02 November, 2012

    Dr. Christine Pappas, associate professor of political science and legal studies at East Central University, has been elected to the National Pi Sigma Alpha Executive Council, it was recently announced.

    Pi Sigma Alpha is the National Political Science Honor Society and Pappas has served as ECU advisor since 2001. She is one of 12 members named to the executive council for 2012-2014.

  • Posted on: 01 November, 2012

    Three members of the string faculty from the University of Central Oklahoma, along with East Central University’s Starla Hibler, will perform a concert of Baroque chamber music on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ada Arts and Heritage Center, 14th and Rennie, in Ada.

    Hibler will be joined by UCO faculty members Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher, Dr. Ralph Morris and Theodora Morris.

    The concert is free and open to the public.

  • Posted on: 30 October, 2012

    East Central University faculty, staff and students, along with the Ada community, can learn about high performance computing as Dr. Henry Neeman, from the University of Oklahoma, will be speaking on the topic the ECU campus Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Estep Multimedia Room of the Bill S. Cole University Center.

    With the advent of multicore technology, it won’t be long before cell phones and all types of computers will contain supercomputer technology, according to Clay Carley, instructor of mathematics and computer science.

  • Posted on: 30 October, 2012

    Acclaimed Chautauqua historical interpreter Charles Everett Pace will portray American humorist and poet Langston Hughes as part of East Central University’s 17th Annual Literary Arts Festival on Nov. 8.

    Pace will be appearing in “On the Road with Langston Hughes” from noon to 1:15 p.m. at the Ataloa Theatre inside the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center on the ECU campus.

  • Posted on: 26 October, 2012

    oted Native American conceptual artist Edgar Heap of Birds just completed a two-week residency entitled ‘Hidden Histories’ at East Central University.

    Throughout the residency, Heap of Birds worked with students enrolled in the art department sculpture 2 class and students with the Native American Students Association (NASA). Work with the two groups took two different tracks.

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