Recent News

  • Posted on: 05 October, 2007

    The Center for Advancement of American History at East Central University is opening its Fall Preservice Colloquium to the public Oct. 12-13 [FRIDAY-SATURDAY] to celebrate Oklahoma's Centennial.

    The center and its Teaching American History Grant projects will present the colloquium on "Celebrating Oklahoma/Teaching American History: Infusing Oklahoma History and Culture into the Classroom."

  • Posted on: 04 October, 2007

    Dr. Keith Gaddie will deliver the annual Lou Watkins Endowed Lectureship at 7 p.m. Tuesday [OCT. 9] at East Central University. The free lecture will be held in the Estep Multimedia Center in the University Center and is open to the public.

  • Posted on: 03 October, 2007

    Dr. David La Vere, an award-winning author and professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, will discuss "Looting Spiro Mounds: An American King Tut's Tomb" in a public lecture Monday [OCT. 8] at East Central University.

    He will speak at 7 p.m. in the Estep Multimedia Center in the University Center. The lecture is sponsored by ECU's Hayes Native American Studies Center. 

  • Posted on: 03 October, 2007

    A two-day grant-writing workshop will be held Oct. 9-10 [TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY] at East Central University to teach participants everything from how to identify research avenues and needs to developing goals and writing an abstract and cover letter for a proposal.

  • Posted on: 02 October, 2007

    The Human Resources Club at East Central University will have a Bingo Night Monday [OCT. 8] at the American Legion Hall in Ada to raise funds for the club's Annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Games will begin at 6 p.m.

  • Posted on: 02 October, 2007

    Togas are out, and metal detectors are in for East Central University's first theatre production of the year, "Julius Caesar," which will be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday [OCT. 3-6] in the Dorothy Summers Theatre.

  • Posted on: 01 October, 2007

    The works of two emerging artists from Oklahoma City are on exhibit through Oct. 26 in the East Central University Art Gallery.

    Dylan Bradway, a 24-year-old artist and graphic designer, and his wife, Amanda Weathers-Bradway, a 24-year-old self-taught artist, live in their studio in the historic Plaza District in Oklahoma City.

  • Posted on: 27 September, 2007

    The new Institute of Environmental Science Education and Research at East Central University will kick off its efforts to develop partnerships between the university and business and industry in a forum Oct. 8 [MONDAY] at ECU. 

    The IESER Science and Technology Forum will host representatives from three of Oklahoma's premier science and technology development agencies from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Estep Multimedia Center on the first floor of the University Center.


Subscribe to Recent News