NAIA champion Aminat Olowora and head women’s cross country coach Matt Aguero took home U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association South Central regional honors Monday as voted on by the coaches.
Olowora, a junior from Lagos, Nigeria, was named the South Central regional women’s cross country runner of the year, while Aguero picked up regional coach of the year. http://ow.ly/CLP0306ATUM
The Education Department is hosting a presentation by alumna Alice Iddi-Gubbels at 3:30 p.m. Monday (Nov. 21) in Walker Center room 151. Iddi-Gubbels will talk about the school she started in Ghana that is based on Montessori principles of education.
For more information about the presentation, contact Oklahoma City University Montessori program Director Charlotte Wood-Wilson at email@example.com.
Dr. Erik Heine, professor of music theory at Bass School of Music - Oklahoma City University will participate in an ultramarathon on Oct. 22 to raise money for a new scholarship for music majors.
The Deb Heine Endowed Scholarship Endurance Challenge is named in honor of the support and encouragement Heine received from his mother during a pivotal time in his college career. https://youtu.be/DX_gMQnDd00
Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment alumni Alex John Johnson (BPA ’15), Mallory Davis (BPA ’13), Elise Kowalick (BPA ’15), Megan McLaughlin (BPA ’15), Alicia Newcom (BPA ’13) and Sara Fagan (BPA ’12) announced that they will be joining the 42nd Street Broadway Song and Dance Extravaganza national tour. Newcom and Fagan will be on the first leg.
Oklahoma City University hosted a Hall of Fame celebration this morning for one of Broadway's brightest stars, alumna Kelli O'Hara! Guests were treated to a performance of "I Could've Danced All Night" from the musical "My Fair Lady."
Red Earth MFA professor Quraysh Ali Lansana is participating in Savannah State University’s BreakBeat Poets workshop "New American Poetry in the age of Hip-Hop" this week in Georgia: http://www.breakbeatpoets.com/.
OCT 29, 2016 - A Jewish student group called the OCU Jewish Stars recently held an educational gathering and meal on the Oklahoma City University campus to share information about the Jewish festival of Sukkot.
OCU’s President’s Leadership Class joined President Robert Henry last week in welcoming Michelle Millben (BM ’05), who works in the White House as special assistant to President Barack Obama and House of legislative affairs liaison.
Scholars signed a book that Millben will deliver to Obama.
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