The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning honored six faculty members April 15 at the fourth annual Faculty Award Luncheon.
Archives for April 2011
David Scott, marketing senior, might have made a difference in the community to help prepare the future leaders of our state.
University officials announced John R. Hillis as the new vice president of university advancement and external relations.
Senators approved three requests presented April 26 at their weekly meeting.
The Texas House of Representatives has passed a budget bill that would require all public universities in the state to create a center for “traditional values” if they already have a student center for “alternative” sexuality on campus, according to Inside Higher Ed.
U.K. company Advanced Plasma Power could power 60,000 homes from 50-year-old garbage, according to GOOD.
A look at March’s police blotter reveals a number of crimes occurring within the OCU Police Department’s jurisdiction.
Senators voted to approve Student Government Association’s appointments for the 2011-2012 academic year at their first meeting with the new senatorial board.
Tshakalisa Khupe, nursing senior, boarded his flight to America on Dec. 25, 2002. The round trip ticket he purchased would be of little use to him. He didn’t intend to use the return flight.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU’s Rich Hawkins was tapped by the Sooner Athletic Conference as pitcher of the week for April 11-17.
CLAREMORE, Okla. – Oklahoma City University built a four-shot lead through 18 holes of the Sooner Athletic Conference women’s golf championships April 18 at Heritage Hills Golf Course.
After a woman from Bridgeport, CT., enrolled her 6-year-old son in a Norwalk elementary school, she was charged with stealing $15,686 for the cost of her child’s public education, according to the Stamford Advocate.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU alumna Jane Jayroe Gamble, an author, speaker, former news anchor and former Miss America, has been named Mistress of Ceremonies for the Oklahoma Senior Follies.
The hit show Glee will be performing a recent viral song on one of the upcoming episodes.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU fell 8-1 to Columbia (Mo.) before knocking off Northwestern Oklahoma State 10-2 April 16 at Ann Lacy Stadium in the Domino’s Capital City Classic.
Just one week after President Robert Henry was installed as 17th president of OCU, a former university community member was installed at another university.
Administrators at LaSalle University ordered students of the LaSalle University Collegian to run a controversial story below the fold, even after other news outlets already reported it.
Angelina K. Barnes, a 20-year-old woman, was charged with animal cruelty by the Oklahoma county district, according to KFOR.
Sandra Day O’Conner, former Supreme Court Justice, spoke to students April 15 to promote her website, iCivics.org.
Emily Tobin has never been one to cry, but said she found herself tearing up Saturday after learning she contributed to winning two national championships for OCU.
Chicago elementary school, Little Village Academy, has banned lunches brought from home, according to the Chicago Tribune.
After concluding a week of inaugural festivities, OCU will take the plunge into another full week of events to celebrate the fight against societal violence.
Allison Gappa learned first-hand that a little determination can take her a long way, especially when it comes to landing an internship.
Delta Alpha Chi fraternity members are planning several important events for their annual campaign, Homeless Awareness Week.
From break dancing, to quotes from 80s songs, sweat bands, big hair, and acid washed denim jeans “The Wedding Singer” is full of ‘80s culture.
France became the first nation to ban burqas, veils sometimes worn by Muslim women, anywhere in public, according to the Huffington Post.