St. Gregory’s University’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents Beginnings and Endings: Spring Dance Concert, which opens on Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m. in Sarkeys Performing Arts Center on the St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus.
St. Gregory’s University students Ruby McKinney and Emily Carpenter had the opportunity to attend the Avedis Foundation Speaker Series luncheon on Monday, February 22 at the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center in Shawnee, Okla.
Bill Millett, president of Scopeview Strategic Advantage, was the keynote speaker for the event. Millett’s speech was centered on the topic Our Future Starts Today: Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce.
The St. Gregory’s University Schola Cantorum will be the featured choir at a Sung Vespers service on Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at St. Thomas More University Parish, 100 East Stinson in Norman, Okla.
St. Thomas More hosts a yearly series of Sung Vespers on the first Thursday of each month from September through May. Choirs from the Oklahoma City metro are invited to provide the music for these services.
St. Gregory’s University student Ruby Arani attended the George and Donna Nigh Leadership Academy, which was held February 19-23 in Oklahoma City. Presidents of 32 of Oklahoma’s higher education institutions were able to send one student to represent their school.
“I had a blast at The Nigh Academy. I had the opportunity to broaden my knowledge about the Oklahoma government, and learn that there are countless opportunities here in Oklahoma for college students,” Arani, a junior from Midwest City, Okla., said.
St. Gregory’s University student Cindy McAtee was awarded the Catholic Business and Professional Women’s Scholarship by the Catholic Business and Professionals Women’s (CBPW) Club of Tulsa at its February meeting held on St. Gregory’s Tulsa campus.
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St. Gregory’s University senior Candace Bouska will open her senior art exhibition “Memege” on Friday, February 19 on St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus. The exhibition reception will take place from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Lounge, located in the Rockwood Center. The general public is invited to meet the artist and enjoy refreshments at this free event.
Bouska’s exhibit includes mixed media drawings, paintings, photographs, digital designs, sculptural assemblage and rosaries. “Memege” refers to the Potawatomi word for butterfly.
The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University announces its upcoming production of Wit by Margaret Edson. The first showing will take place on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. in the Sarkeys Performing Arts Center on St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus.
St. Gregory’s University, in partnership with the University of Notre Dame, will host the Hesburg Lecture series featuring Rev. Ronald Nuzzi, Ph.D. on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 3 p.m. in the Rockwood Center on St. Gregory’s Shawnee campus. Rev. Nuzzi will speak on Catholic Schools and the New Evangelization, focusing on the role of Catholic secondary schools in American history and the challenges they face in the next decade.
St. Gregory’s University has recently been accepted into the Registered Apprenticeship-College Consortium (RACC). St. Gregory’s is the first institution of higher education in Oklahoma to partner with the United States Department of Labor, Office of Employment and Training Administration and join the consortium.