Career day for students set Oct. 10
An innovative program designed to give junior high school students a jump on what they will face when they eventually enter the job market enters its second phase Wednesday, Oct. 10, at various venues in town.
Ramadans give $250K for ECU research and learning facility
A $250,000 gift from the Dr. Raniyah Ramadan Foundation in Oklahoma City will help fulfill one of East Central University’s longtime goals — providing a state-of-the-art research facility and program for undergraduate students.
Chickasaw historian headed to OSU
Dr. Amanda Cobb-Greetham is making a transition from her work as administrator of the Chickasaw Nation Division of History and Culture back to life as a university professor. Cobb-Greetham has begun serving as a tenured associate professor of English at Oklahoma State University, specializing in Native American studies.
Marching bands compete in Tigerpalooza
The third annual Bron Warren Tigerpalooza Marching Band contest will host 19 bands Saturday.
Global education program at ECU is a two-way street
Being involved in East Central University’s Global Education Program is a two-way street for students Elsa Mouly, Natalia Kulinichenko and Olga Prudka.
Free class on building thermography set at East Central University
Free class in building thermography will be held soon on the East Central University campus.
Library conducts annual book sale
Books are up for grabs at the Ada Public Library. The sale begins Wednesday, Oct. 3 and ends Saturday, Oct. 6. The sale runs from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
OSU campus turns green during 91st Oklahoma 4-H Roundup
When nearly 1,000 4-H’ers and Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service educators converge on the Oklahoma State University campus, you definitely see more green than the traditional black and orange.
NASA fellowships awarded to 12 ECU students
Twelve East Central University students were awarded funding under the NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program for the 2012-2013 academic year.
In U.S., college less likely for children of less-schooled parents
The United States has long touted its record of sending disadvantaged children to college. That pride is misplaced, a study now finds.
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