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High-level liberal arts education in the heart of Oklahoma City.
High-level liberal arts education in the heart of Oklahoma City.

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Tickets are ON SALE NOW for the American Spirit Dance Company's Broadway Revue, March 8-10!

Get yours for only $21.85 at okcu.edu/tickets!

More info at: https://www.okcu.edu/dance/performance/springshow
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Our Gold Star Ambassadors share their picks for their favorite places to eat near campus! okcu.edu/restaurants
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Oklahoma City University’s regional premiere of the American opera “Dark Sisters” won first place in the 2017-2018 National Opera Association Production Competition. This latest honor brings the Bass School of Music’s total National Association awards to six in the past five years.

The Nico Muhly opera, presented in the Kirkpatrick Auditorium Feb. 17-19, 2017, was directed by David Herendeen, head of OKCU’s Oklahoma Opera and Music Theatre Company, with Matthew Mailman as musical director.

“We are thrilled that the continued standard of excellence from our students, faculty and staff has been recognized with these national honors,” said Mark Parker, dean of the Bass School. “Our storied opera tradition continues to grow, and we are grateful to be counted among the nation’s best.”
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Some Oklahoma City University programs were ranked in the top 15 percent in the country by College Factual, an online service that helps prospective students find colleges that best fit their needs.

The Bass School of Music was named one of the top 50 programs overall and one of the top 60 programs for veterans; the Kramer School of Nursing has one of the top 60 programs; and the Petree College of Arts and Sciences has one of the top 60 programs nationwide for liberal arts general studies.
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Representative Jason Dunnington will be on campus Tuesday, January 23, to give an update on the state of our state, followed by a Q&A session in Walker Hall, Room 202!
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Social justice professor Rev. Dr. Robin Meyers will have a new book released next year by Penguin/Random House publishers titled “Falling Off the Ceiling: The Death of Michelangelo’s God and the Rebirth of Wonder.”

The release is set for the fall of 2019.

The book will explore new ways to think about God in non-theistic terms, based on the displacement of the “Heavenly Patriarch” depicted by Michelangelo on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by the rise of science - especially Quantum Physics - and the acute God-crisis in organized religion.
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"Employers are recognizing employee development as an innovative way to attract and retain quality talent and overcome skill gaps. They have also noticed the impact this investment can have on a business’ bottom line."

Find out how the Executive and Professional Education Center in the Meinders School of Business at Oklahoma City University provides top-notch development opportunities!

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Music education junior David Samuel Hall was appointed to the State Advisory Board for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) by Gov. Mary Fallin.

In his role, Hall will help ensure that the state maintains compliance with the core requirements of the JJDP Act. The board oversees and disperses nearly $1 million in federal money each year to fund programs around the state through grants to non-profit agencies.

The board reviews proposals and hears presentations from the agencies to determine funding. They also may decide priorities for funding or stipulations of grants for specific, evidence-based programs to meet an identified need in the state.
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The Oklahoman featured our upcoming production of "Lord of the Flies," featuring an all-female cast. Photo gallery here: http://newsok.com/gallery/6037432/pictures/4905390
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Political science professor and Chairman Dr. Richard Johnson was interviewed for an OETA Oklahoma News Report story about the state legislature’s special session.

The story is scheduled to air first at 7 p.m. Friday and repeats throughout the weekend: http://videos.oeta.tv/show/onr/
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