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  • Posted on: 25 August, 2010

    Christina Isom of Lehigh, a senior at East Central University in Ada, is one of six students from Oklahoma's regional universities who have been named Brad Henry International Scholars and will spend the fall semester at Swansea University in Wales.

  • Posted on: 24 August, 2010

    Faculty Showcase, a concert featuring members of East Central University's Music Department, will open the season at 7:30 p.m. Monday [AUG. 30] at the Arts and Heritage Center, 14th and Rennie. Admission is free.

    Performers include Mark Hollingsworth, Starla Hibler, Alan Marshall, Melody Baggech, Juliana Overmier, Ben Finley, Mike Whitmore, Skye Garcia and Susanne Woolley. The concert will feature works by Liszt, Tailleferre, Thomas, Hogan and other composers.

  • Posted on: 23 August, 2010

    Dr. Karin M. Perry, the former library media specialist at Whittier Middle School in Norman, has been named project administrator of the Westward Expansion Grant at East Central University in Ada.

    Photo of Karin Perry

  • Posted on: 20 August, 2010

    New faculty members with a wide range of expertise have begun teaching this fall at East Central University. Classes began Monday [AUG. 16].

  • Posted on: 15 August, 2010

    The first business in the new East Main Enterprise and Incubator will open Monday [AUG. 16] at 808 E. Main in the Arts District of Ada.

    Red Earth Art Supply, the only local retailer of fine art supplies, will be ready for art students' first day of classes at East Central University as well as supply artists in the area, said owner Erin Wetherill.

  • Posted on: 04 August, 2010

    East Central University's Ada Area Alumni Reunion will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 13 [FRIDAY] at Vintage 22, 800 E. Main St.

    Register online at until Aug. 13 or call the Alumni Office at 580-559-5651. Donations will be accepted at the door for the Alumni Association Scholarship.

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  • Posted on: 03 August, 2010

    Sometimes it takes a less-than-desirable job to spur someone to consider going to college.

    That's what happened to Steven Fisher, an Air Force veteran who wanted a career, not just a job, but didn't know how to get started until he heard about the Veterans Upward Bound Program at East Central University.

  • Posted on: 29 July, 2010

    Thirty-five youngsters from Seminole and Hughes Counties, all members of the Seminole Nation, learned about diabetes prevention and overall healthy living at a camp July 19-23 at East Central University.


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