A Passion for Preparation
Darla Eshelman is passionate about her students. "One of my favorite things is when I see my student teachers in a classroom and watch them teach for the first time," said Dr. Eshelman who has been an OBU faculty member since 1995. "All of
Making Safer Skies
"Basically this is a research lab for the FAA," Williams explained. "We look at issues related to human factors or the interface between humans and machines." Williams' section of the lab is the Flight Deck, which is concerned with aircraft
Clement Young has a long commute to work. While he lives in Plano, Texas, his home office is in Hong Kong, where he is supervisor of the Pui Ching Middle and Primary Schools and the Pui Ching Education Center. The Pui Ching Middle and
"David Mair is one of the dynamic voices in risk management today," said Feliz Kloman of Risk Management Reports. That statement says a lot about the 1980 graduate who used to use his dynamic voice as public address announcer at OBU basketball
A Second Chance
Things were falling into place. Last year, Dusty Higgins, a 2002 Oklahoma Baptist University music education graduate, completed his master's degree at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. His future plans included being a member of an
Bisonmobile Hits The Road
The Bisonmobile hit the road in late October. The truck literally offers a new view of OBU. The green and gold 2006 Nissan Titan King Cab is covered in a wrapping which features OBU's Bison athletic logo and the website www.bisonmobile.com.
Inspired to Inspire
Many of the best teachers are inspired by other strong teachers. That's Sandra Malin Mayfield's story. Dr. Mayfield, professor of English at the University of Central Oklahoma, grew up in the home of an educator. "My mother was a teacher and
Winter Graduates Reminded To Live "In The Moment"
December 15, 2006 Surrounded by Christmas greenery, family, friends and classmates, Oklahoma Baptist University's 42 winter 2006 graduates were reminded of the importance of living "in the moment" during OBU's graduation exercises Friday
Trustees Approve New Nursing Graduate Program
The state's first university to offer a bachelor's degree program in nursing is entering graduate level nursing education, as Oklahoma Baptist University's board of trustees approved a new master of science in nursing degree program Friday.