Music Technology Draws Doctoral Student to OU

Posted by cservaes on July 19, 2013 in "Academic Programs", "Current Students", Music, "School of Arts and Sciences"

Heather Nelson is a doctoral student at the University of Kansas, but KU did not offer the facilities she needed to conduct a large portion of her research. She was more than a little shocked, and thrilled, to learn that Ottawa University did.

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37 Years of Service

Posted by Paula Paine on March 13, 2013 in faculty, Faculty/Staff, "Kansas City", "Karen Mitchell", "Other News", professor, retirement, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

Following a rich background in the Peace Corps, as a probation officer with the State of New Jersey, and an activist for women’s issues and human rights, Dr. Karen L. Mitchell began her career with Ottawa University as a "grader" (teaching assistant) when OU-Kansas City was...

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A Rewarding Recipe

Posted by cservaes on March 12, 2012 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, Indiana, "Jeffersonville Campus", psychology, "School of Arts and Sciences"

Like many growing boys, Scott Turner grew up raiding the kitchen at every opportunity, especially when his parents were away. But unlike his peers, Scott wasn’t looking for pizza and chips; he was looking for flour and sugar. And eggs and butter and chocolate and vanilla. Several hours...

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A Transformational Event

Posted by Paula Paine on May 23, 2011 in "adventures in faith", Alumni, College, Events, "School of Arts and Sciences"

The 12th annual Adventures in Faith event was combined in March with the inaugural event of the Fredrikson Center for Faith and Church Vitality – a conference on The Church as “Transformational” Community. It turned out to be a heavenly union. Originally scheduled for February 1...

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Bachelor of Music Added to Degree Offerings

Posted by cservaes on July 23, 2013 in "Academic Programs", "Current Students", Faculty/Staff, Music, "School of Arts and Sciences"

As part of the ongoing revitalization of its music programming, Ottawa University has added a Bachelor of Music degree to be offered the fall semester of 2013 at The College. This highly regarded degree program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue various music professions or go on to...

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Be of Good Cheer

Posted by Paula Paine on November 4, 2013 in Athletics, "Current Students", "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College", "Your OU"

When Bethany Cobbs was eight, she stumbled across a University of Kansas (KU) cheer clinic. It was a turning point. After a little begging, her parents allowed her to enroll in classes, which gave Cobbs a physical outlet for the life quality she already possessed. As an encourager and motivator...

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The Chemistry of a Good Life

Posted by cservaes on March 12, 2013 in "Academic Programs", Alumni, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

Check the label of the average household product under your sink or in your cabinet and you will observe that the solution is usually a mixture of two or more chemicals properly combined for accomplishing the product’s purpose. Whether hairsprays, degreasers, rug cleaners, or air fresheners...

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"Clue: The Musical"

Posted by cservaes on March 13, 2013 in "Academic Programs", Community, "Current Students", Events, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

The Ottawa University Theatre Department presented "Clue: The Musical" as its fall music production. One of the highlights of the production was the audience participation in a "who dunnit" game while watching the show. The cast included students Matt Merrill, Rebecca Campbell...

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Posted by Paula Paine on May 23, 2011 in "Current Students", Events, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

Ottawa University alumni (from left to right) Alan Cunningham ’80, David Glavin ’06 and Beth McCluney ’10 rehearse a musical number for Escape, a weekend spiritual retreat for OU™ students. The annual event was held over the first weekend in March and featured small group...

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Forensics Awards

Posted by Paula Paine on May 20, 2011 in "Current Students", Events, "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College"

In March, nine forensics students traveled to Portland, Oregon, for the Pi Kappa Delta Biennial Tournament and Convention. It was the largest tournament in recent history, with 1400 entries, and OU Forensics took away its best ranking in University history under the direction of Instructor of...

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