August 2001 News Articles

Trio Opens OBU Recital Season

August 27, 2001—August 27, 2001 Oklahoma Baptist University's Warren M. Angell College of Fine Arts will begin its fall season with a piano, cello, and clarinet trio Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 7:30 p.m in the university's Yarborough Auditorium. OBU associate professor of music and clarinetist Dr. Christopher Bade,…

Bison Prepare to Sweep Shawnee During Welcome Week

August 15, 2001—August 15, 2001 Six hundred Oklahoma Baptist University students are planning to leave campus on Monday afternoon, hit the streets of Shawnee, and do a little cleaning up.The Sweep Shawnee beautification project is part of OBU's Welcome Week program. The orientation week is designed to…

New Faculty Added This Fall

August 15, 2001—August 15, 2001 Eight new instructors will join Oklahoma Baptist University's nationally recognized faculty for the 2001-02 year.A former Oklahoma high school and college theatre director, Dr. Joyce Aldridge has been named assistant professor of theatre.As assistant professor of theatre at…

OBU To Start Global Commerce Grad Program

August 4, 2001—August 4, 2001 Building on a reputation for global involvement, OBU plans to launch an innovative master's degree program in 2002.According to Dr. Dan Reeder, dean of the Paul Dickinson School of Business, and Dr. John Cragin, professor of business, the intensive master's degree in global…

OBU Trustees Hear of Record-Setting Campaign

August 1, 2001—August 1, 2001 A report on the success of a record-setting $25 million capital campaign highlighted the summer meeting for trustees of Oklahoma Baptist University on Friday.OBU President Mark Brister announced that the campaign has surpassed the $25 million victory goal. As of June 30, 2001,…