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  • Posted on: 02 June, 2014

    ADA – Two East Central University professors – Dr. Christine Pappas and W.T. Skye Garcia – were recently recognized with DaVinci Fellow Awards, which honor higher education faculty whose accomplishments reflect creative and innovative approaches that have made a significant contribution to their academic discipline.

    Pappas is professor and coordinator for the ECU Department of Political Science and Legal Studies, and Garcia is an instructor of music.

    Pappas has a mission to rectify the problem of voter apathy by increasing civic engagement.

  • Posted on: 30 May, 2014

    An internationally renowned Native American artist, a noted historical performer, an award-winning Choctaw musician and the 2008 Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation will visit East Central University Monday through Thursday [APRIL 7-10] for the annual campus series "On Oklahoma Ground: A Celebration of Native American History."

  • Posted on: 30 May, 2014
    Nero and Hargrave Photo

    ADA – East Central University President John R. Hargrave was named to the board of directors for the Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame.

    The Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame was founded by Distinguished ECU Alum and current OAAEHOF President Dr. Donnie Nero in 2010. The first induction class for the hall of fame was held in 2011.

  • Posted on: 30 May, 2014

    ADA – When Dr. Kurt Edwards, an East Central University assistant professor of performance studies, arrived in Ada a couple of years ago he had a vision to host a theatre production in the picturesque Wintersmith Park Amphitheatre.

    He is happy to announce that dream is now becoming a reality.

    ECU and the community of Ada will come together to stage Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream on June 5-7 at 7:30 each night.

    The production is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted.

  • Posted on: 29 May, 2014

    ADA – East Central University is offering a Reading Program for children, entering the first through sixth grades, including those repeating kindergarten, for the 2014-15 school year.

    “Only 40 students will be accepted for this program,” said Dr. Regina Smith ECU’s early childhood education program director and interim director of the graduate reading program. “We will focus on an intensive reading program and work with students in small groups. The tutors will create a positive learning environment which helps students succeed.”

  • Posted on: 14 May, 2014
    East Central University student Linzi Thompson poses with a young girl in Cambodia during her trip in December.

    ADA – Linzi Thompson is not the kind of person who kicks back with rest and relaxation during her breaks from pursuing an East Central University degree.

    Her passion for environmental health science leads to very little idle time for the junior from Sulphur.

  • Posted on: 13 May, 2014

    WHAT: Emergency Response Exercises

    WHEN: May 20-21 (setup is on May 19)

    WHERE: East Central University’s Sports Complex (mainly Norris Field)

    WHO: ECU, ECU Police Department, Oklahoma National Guard, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma Incident Management Team, Ada Police Department, Lighthorse Police Department, Ada Fire Department, Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department, Pontotoc County Emergency Manager, Mercy Emergency Management Services

  • Posted on: 13 May, 2014

    ADA – East Central University’s Veterans Upward Bound Program, through the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and the state of Oklahoma, received free laptop computers for use with veterans and military-related individuals.

    A distribution ceremony was held on April 30 at the State Capitol with Maj. Gen. Rita Aragon as the keynote speaker.

    The Christina Foundation donated the computers to the state of Oklahoma, according to Amy Ewing-Holmstrom, CareerTech military transition coordinator.

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