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August 16, 2011

The William Neill scholarship was founded in honor of Kay Neill Wint’s brother, a successful attorney who had to overcome considerable adversity in order to put himself through law school.

The William Neill scholarship was founded in honor of Kay Neill Wint’s brother, a successful attorney who had to overcome considerable adversity in order to put himself through law school.

“My brother is a perfect example of someone who had the potential to succeed but was also willing to work hard to overcome obstacles in order to achieve it,” Neill Wint said.

“After attending Stanford and Arizona State to get an accounting degree while working full time, Bill got turned down by the University of Southern California to study law.”

August 11, 2011

As if USAO’s deaf education program wasn’t already completely unique, a $1.2 million cash infusion will only strengthen and further distinguish the only public program of its kind in Oklahoma and the oldest similar degree program west of the Mississippi.

As if USAO’s deaf education program wasn’t already completely unique, a $1.2 million cash infusion will only strengthen and further distinguish the only public program of its kind in Oklahoma and the oldest similar degree program west of the Mississippi.

When deaf education moved into the wholly redesigned Canning Hall in 2009, USAO took another leap forward in the field, welcoming a satellite school from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf (OSD) and crafting a unique partnership to better serve the deaf and students in deaf education.

August 27, 2010

With too little money for a hotel room, he slept in his car out front of Canning Hall in the winter of 1959, crazy in love with her. She gathered blankets to keep the 20-degree weather from taking his life. And eventually he slipped an engagement ring on her finger while sitting in the Canning Hall parlor.  So began their 42-year love affair at the Oklahoma College for Women.

With too little money for a hotel room, he slept in his car out front of Canning Hall in the winter of 1959, crazy in love with her. She gathered blankets to keep the 20-degree weather from taking his life. And eventually he slipped an engagement ring on her finger while sitting in the Canning Hall parlor.  So began their 42-year love affair at the Oklahoma College for Women.

August 23, 2010

He helped build one of Oklahoma’s most successful global companies and now brings his energy and enthusiasm to the University of Science and Arts. Entrepreneur David McLaughlin, co-founder of Advance Food, was named by Gov. Brad Henry to the USAO Board of Regents in the spring – giving USAO an ever-widening breadth in leadership, boasts USAO President John Feaver.

He helped build one of Oklahoma’s most successful global companies and now brings his energy and enthusiasm to the University of Science and Arts. Entrepreneur David McLaughlin, co-founder of Advance Food, was named by Gov. Brad Henry to the USAO Board of Regents in the spring – giving USAO an ever-widening breadth in leadership, boasts USAO President John Feaver.