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  • Posted on: 01 July, 2009

  • Posted on: 01 July, 2009

    The chair of East Central University's Department of Nursing has retired after 28 years of teaching, publishing eight books and about 100 journal and Internet articles and writing or co-writing grants which have brought more than $4 million to the university.

  • Posted on: 01 July, 2009

    Students in the counseling, criminal justice and social work programs at East Central University have received awards and scholarships during a centennial awards and recognitions program hosted by the Human Resources Department.

  • Posted on: 29 June, 2009

    The Horace Mann Training School once operated by East Central University seems to have a special place in the hearts of its former students.

    For 40 years, the combined elementary, junior high and high school had a twofold mission: educating its younger students in a regular school setting while serving as a "laboratory" for ECU students studying to become teachers themselves.

  • Posted on: 24 June, 2009

    Outstanding graduates were announced and scholarships were presented to students at the East Central University School of Business Awards Banquet, "A Night to Shine."

  • Posted on: 23 June, 2009

    School is out and summer has begun. Too often this means parents are left wondering what to do for their children for the summer months. The Child Care Resource & Referral Agency at East Central University would like to recommend parents use the following steps to choosing summer child care:

  • Posted on: 23 June, 2009

    An informational meeting for persons interested in pursuing the bachelor of social work degree from East Central University is set for July 7 [TUESDAY] at 5:30 p.m. at the Eastern Oklahoma State College McAlester campus. The program offers special opportunities for students interested in working in child welfare or with older adults.

  • Posted on: 23 June, 2009

    A $55.6 million budget has been approved for East Central University for the 2009-10 academic year that begins July 1.

    Dr. Duane C. Anderson, the university's interim president, said the budget includes $36,417,170 for general academic and administration activities and a projected grants and contracts budget of $19,137,466.

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