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  • Posted on: 08 April, 2008

    Canadian flutist Dr. Conor Nelson will perform and teach a master class for flute majors Monday [APRIL 14] at East Central University The performance is open to the public and will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the ECU band room in the Instrumental Music Building.

    The short performance will include Sigfried Karg-Elert's "Sonata Appassionata" and Shulamit Ran's "East Wind for Solo Flute."

  • Posted on: 08 April, 2008

    Four artists will give demonstrations on various media and processes in a 4 in 4 Workshop April 19 [SATURDAY] in East Central University's Art Department.

    Featured artists Gail Ayers, Mark Etier, Wayneath Weddle and Aaron Hauck will give participants an opportunity to share knowledge and gain exposure to unusual techniques or methods.

  • Posted on: 07 April, 2008

    Her reputation is just a bit tarnished - she's called Miss Hot Tamale, after all - but Carnelle Scott has a plan to win the admiration of the townsfolk in her small Mississippi community.

  • Posted on: 04 April, 2008

    Night-time and early morning astronomy viewings have been scheduled Thursday [APRIL 10] and April 30 by East Central University's Astronomy Club.

    Thursday's viewing of the moon and Saturn will be from 9 to 9:30 p.m. at the ECU Observatory adjacent to the Physical Plant Building northeast of the football stadium. The April 30 viewing of Jupiter and the moon will be early, from 5 to 5:30 a.m. at the observatory.

  • Posted on: 03 April, 2008

    Students from Moore High School and the Owasso 8th Grade Center won the top awards Saturday [MARCH 29] at the Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair held annually at East Central University. Approximately 240 projects were vying for cash prizes and other awards.

    The $500 Best of Fair Award in the senior high school division went to Ethan Guinn, a senior at Moore High School, for his research project, "Video Games: The Next Generation's Addiction."

  • Posted on: 03 April, 2008

    The first exchange students to come to East Central University from Ukraine will arrive April 7 for a month-long stay under ECU's new Study Abroad exchange program with sister universities in Kiev and Moscow.

  • Posted on: 01 April, 2008

    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: 01 April, 2008

    College students planning to transfer to East Central University can attend Transfer Enrollment Day April 9 [WEDNESDAY] to get a head start on their summer or fall classes.

    To attend Transfer Enrollment Day, students must pre-register and submit an application for admission to ECU. Both forms are available online at www.ecok.edu by clicking on Prospective Tigers and then the link to Transfer Enrollment Day.

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