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  • Posted on: 27 June, 2013
    A new hobby has consumed East Central University’s Dr. Mark Micozzi and it has led to an amazing and exciting discovery as he spends the summer in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
    Dabbling in paleontology for the first time in his life, Micozzi, a professor in ECU’s Department of Cartography and Geography, recently found a dinosaur tooth near Kenton, Okla., in the far northwestern corner of the panhandle.
  • Posted on: 20 June, 2013

    One-hundred percent of East Central University’s elementary education students had passing grades on the Oklahoma General Education Test and Oklahoma Reading Test, according to the Commission on Teacher Preparation’s 2011-12 Annual Report.

  • Posted on: 07 June, 2013

    East Central University received a $6,000 rebate check from CenterPoint Energy to go toward the purchase of boilers for the new Chickasaw Business and Conference Center. Pictured, with the giant-sized check inside the new Chickasaw Business and Conference Center, are: (from left) Joe Lambert, of Lambert Mechanical who installed the boilers; Darryl Overstreet, director of the ECU Physical Plant; Robin Slater, energy efficiency consultant for CenterPoint Energy; Jessica Boles, ECU Vice President for Finance; and ECU President John R. Hargrave.

  • Posted on: 04 June, 2013

    East Central University student Catherine Phipps, a junior biology major with a concentration in pre-med, is the 2013 Brad Henry International Scholarship recipient. Phipps, who also minors in Russian Studies and chemistry, will spend a semester studying at Swansea University in Swansea, Wales in the United Kingdom.  Recipients of the scholarship award are selected by virtue of their excellent academic qualifications, outstanding writing and communication skills, exemplary character, and demonstrated leadership qualities. She is a member of ECU’s honors program and Tigerland Band.

  • Posted on: 03 June, 2013
    Geography is a passion for Dr. Mark Micozzi. In fact it’s his life.
     
    The East Central University professor of cartography and geography will be honored for his lifelong passion on Aug. 3 in Denver, Colo., as he will be the 2013 recipient of the National Council for Geographic Education’s Distinguished Teaching Award.
                
  • Posted on: 31 May, 2013
    Wendell Godwin, dean of the East Central University School of Business, received the 2013 Ada Area Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year Award, it was recently announced.
                
    Godwin achieved the award by virtue of his outstanding contributions to the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce and City of Ada. He has chaired the Fire Station Committee, served on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and has volunteered to serve on the Leadership Committee for Career Discovery Day for Pontotoc County eighth graders.
                
  • Posted on: 30 May, 2013

    The McNair Scholars Program at East Central University is receiving funding for five more years, it was recently announced.

    The McNair Scholars Program, located on the ECU campus since 1991, prepares qualified undergraduates for entrance to doctoral degree programs in science and math. The goals of the program are to increase the number of first-generation, low-income and/or underrepresented students in doctoral degree programs, and ultimately, to diversify the faculty in colleges and universities across the country.

  • Posted on: 29 May, 2013

    Outstanding academic work during the 2013 spring semester has earned listings on the President’s Honor Roll and Dean’s Honor Roll for students at East Central University.

                The President’s Honor Roll is reserved for students who earned A's in all their courses for a perfect 4.0 grade point average. The Deans’ Honor Roll lists students who have at least a 3.33 grade point average with no grade lower than a C. At least 12 credit hours must be completed successfully during the semester to be included on either honor roll.

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