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.
For working professionals looking to accelerate their career by earning a Master of Business Administration degree, the process of choosing a program can be overwhelming. With hectic schedules and demands from both work and family, it’s important to ask the right questions as you’re exploring MBA program options.
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.
Austin Stone, a junior at St. Gregory’s University majoring in Philosophy and Psychology, took second place and won $100 in the 2015 Year of Mercy Contest. The contest was hosted by the Aquinas Center for Theological Renewal at Ava Maria University and was created to encourage recognition of Pope Francis’s declaration of an extraordinary jubilee Year of Mercy, which began on December 8, 2015 and welcomed entries from students in their junior and senior years of college.
The Early Childhood Education (ECE) program at St. Gregory’s University prepares future educators to mold young minds in classrooms across Oklahoma and beyond. But what separates the St. Gregory’s approach from other four-year education programs? Dr. Jessica L. Stubblefield, Program Chair and Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at St. Gregory’s, shares what differentiates this university’s approach in preparing students to become educators of the next generation.
On Wednesday, Jan. 20, 21 students and four staff members from St. Gregory’s University started their 20 hour journey from Shawnee, Okla. to Washington D.C. to participate in the 2016 March for Life on Friday, Jan. 22.
"I'm really excited to go on the March for Life again," said sophomore Sarah Mohr. "I think it's a wonderful event that both educates the participants and brings the world's attention to this important pro-life issue."
St. Gregory’s University has signed on as an official partner of the Partners In Education (PIE) program. PIE began as the Adopt-A-School program in 1983. It launched as an effort to bring the business and education communities together to help meet the educational needs of students within the Tulsa Public Schools district.