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					                        2009 Annual Conference: March 12-13, 2009
                                    Reed Conference Center, Midwest City
                                                 Program Book
                                                                                 Thursday, March 12
Pre-Conference
9:00 – 4:00             Registration
                        Location: Reed Conference Center Lobby

10:00 - 10:45           OACC Executive Committee & Delegates Meeting
                        Location: Joyner Room

10:00 – 11:20           ADN Deans and Directors Meeting
                        Facilitator: Deborah Buttrum
                        Location: Theater Room (1st Floor)

10:00 - 11:30           Council of Two Year College Presidents Meeting
                        Dr. Thomas McKeon – Chair, Council of Two Year College Presidents,
                               Tulsa Community College
                        Location: Rice Room

10:45 - 11:15           Global Education (OGEC) Organizational Meeting
                        Facilitator: Dr. Doug Price, Tulsa Community College
                        Location: Cain Room

Conference
11:30 - 1:30            OACC Opening General Session & Luncheon - open to all registrants
                        Trends, Technology, and Taking the Lead
                        Speaker: Scott Klososky, Edmond (see bio at end of document)
                         Location: Reed C & D
                         A fresh perspective on how organizations can best apply technology, future vision, and cultural
                changes in order to win. If “ideas are the currency of the 21st century,” then hearing Scott speak is a
                rich experience because he never fails to send audiences home with a new vocabulary, and perspectives
                on how leaders can create more positive impact. By using his background in the technology industry,
                and mixing in experiences working with clients across various markets, he is able to point out patterns
                and trends that are soon to make a real difference in the economy. The ultimate goal is to help you be
                able to take home at least three new ideas that can be applied right away in order to generate more
                velocity towards reaching your goals. Technology is just a tool, but in the hands of a leader that truly
                understands how it can be applied, it can appear to be almost magic…

                                Welcome
                                Dr. Thomas McKeon - Chair, Council of Two Year College Presidents,
                                         Tulsa Community College
                                All Oklahoma Academic Team Recognition
                                Moderator – Dr. Ric Baser – Vice President for Academic Affairs,
                                         Tulsa Community College
                                Institutional College Presidents Award Presentation
                                Rick Woodard - Student Leadership Awards Program Coordinator, Rose State College
                                OACC Scholarship Recipients Recognition
                                Donna Chambers - OACC Past President, Seminole State College


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                           1:30 – 2:00              Vendor Showcase/ Break

                          Great Ideas for Teaching (G.I.F.T.) Showcase

                                               2nd Floor Foyer



SESSIONS A:


2:00-3:00           Vendor Presentation - ACCUPLACER i3: Revealing Potential, Expanding Opportunity
                    Speaker: Chantel Reynolds, The College Board
                      Location: Rice Room
                      Moderator: Dale Fike, Redlands Community College
                      The College Board's ACCUPLACER program is an internet-based, computer adaptive assessment
            that provides immediate and accurate determination of student skills and specified developmental needs.
            The program provides users testing in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, ESL/ELL, and computer
            skills placement. In Spring 2009, the program is launching ACCUPLACER i3, the latest and most
            innovative internet-based placement assessment available. ACCUPLACER i3 will maintain the same
            general functionality of the current system, while offering more features and flexibility. In addition to a
            new platform, ACCUPLACER i3 will also offer updates to the WritePlacer and WritePlacer ESL essays,
            including new prompts and rubrics, integration of the Computer Skills Placement test, and delivery of our
            new diagnostics tests due in spring 2010.
                      Join us for a valuable discussion and extensive preview of this exciting new platform--the new
            ACCUPLACER i3! Current and potential users will learn specifics about the new features, including
            improved functionality, updates to the WritePlacer Plus and WritePlacer ESL, and the launch of our
            diagnostics pilot. This session is part of an outreach plan to reach users in each state and represents an
            opportunity to view i3, offer feedback, and benefit from group discussions.



                    The Digital Bridge Academy (DBA):                      **STEM Sponsored
                      Advancing Underprepared Students to College-Level Performance in One Semester
                    Speaker: Harry Ungar, Watsonville Digital Bridge Academy, Aptos, California
                     Location: Joyner Room
                     Moderator: Rex Ackerson, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa
                     The DBA “bridges” under prepared minority students into regular community college courses
            through participation in an intense, full-time transformative learning environment and a highly integrated
            academic program. The Academy accelerates students to successful college-level performance in one
            semester. It motivates and gives them the confidence to succeed academically. A second full-time
            semester focused on math and science content is being developed for Fall, 2009.
                      Initially working with predominately Latino youth in Watsonville, CA, the Digital Bridge Academy
            has demonstrated a high level of success at six other California Community Colleges, attracting and
            retaining youth from poverty backgrounds who have not succeeded in traditional education programs.
            Upon completion of the program, students find themselves well positioned to transition into educational
            programs in a variety of areas.




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SESSIONS A (cont.):


2:00-3:00           Campus Cruiser: The One Stop Shop
                    Speaker: Jill Ferrie, Christopher M. Ostwinkle, Sue Elwood, Patrick Sheridan,
                          & Lyle Luzum, Northeast Iowa Community College, Calmar, Iowa
                     Location: Reed A Room
                     Moderator: Tammy Kasterke, Seminole State College
                     The use of technology is second-nature to today‟s college students; they are demanding the use
            of technology in courses and desire the flexibility, social network, record keeping, and timeliness that
            online learning management systems can provide. Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) began
            offering online courses in 2000 via WebCT and is in the process of converting all courses to Campus
            Cruiser. The Campus Cruiser product, termed Xpress at NICC, along with Course Cruiser, provide an
            interactive environment for students who wish to complete coursework at a distance or for those classes
            that provide online content in addition to classroom instruction. The Campus Cruiser interface is such
            that, once the user learns how to navigate a class, club, or committee area, he or she has learned how to
            navigate the whole site. The ease of use has been one of the best features, based on student feedback.
            Students will also find many advantages with their ability to access course content, assignments,
            bookmarks, assessments, and grades. Additionally, the Campus Cruiser product has enhanced
            communication for the college as a whole as committees, clubs, announcements, profiles, and e-mail can
            easily be shared between and among the college‟s two campuses and seven centers. Through the use of
            Campus Cruiser, students – near and far – faculty, and staff feel they belong to one college, one voice;
            the fear of being lost or forgotten in cyberspace is minimized. The Campus Cruiser product has greatly
            changed the way courses utilizing technology are taught, and everyone benefits.



                    Hollywood/Bollywood: Where Dreams Come True
                    Speaker: Chris Myers-Baker, Tulsa Community College
                      Location: Reed B Room
                      Moderator: Dr. DeLisa Ging, Northern Oklahoma College-Enid
                      While the links between Hollywood film making and Bollywood cinema are unmistakable, there
            are still many cultural differences in the two cinemas. In this presentation, we will explore both the
            similarities and differences in these two movie-making traditions in terms of their mass appeal, their
            representation of society, and as an expression of cultural history and social values. To stimulate
            discussion and further understanding, the participants will view excerpts from some of the major
            Bollywood films.



                    Peer Coaching and Service Learning:
                           Speaking with One Voice to Enhance Community and Student Relations
                    Speaker: Kimberly Phillips & Janice Cowan, Connors State College
                     Location: Cain Room
                     Moderator: Dr. Ron Ramming, Connors State College
                     With the growing emphasis on service learning, it is imperative colleges foster positive relations
            with its community. Connors State College has flourished when it instituted a peer coaching program with
            service learning in early care and education. Come learn tips and techniques on how you can use learning
            opportunities to bring the community into the classroom and to take the classroom to the community
            through our new child care „adoption‟ initiative and our peer coaching program. Let us show you how to
            use one voice to cultivate the success of the students you serve and encourage partnerships between the
            campus and community.



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SESSIONS A (cont.):


2:00-3:00           Shedding Old Skins: The Transformation from Seated Instructor to Online Instructor
                    Speaker: Witt Salley, Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield, Missouri
                     Location: Theater Room (1st floor)
                     Moderator: Stacie Mayes, Rose State College
                     The transition from teaching traditional seated courses to teaching online requires instructors to
            undergo a paradigm shift in the way they view and facilitate teaching and learning. This transformational
            process is perhaps more akin to shedding an old skin and learning to become comfortable in a new one.
            This presentation will focus on two of the major shifts involved in taking teaching and learning online.
                     The first shift deals with the need to re-conceptualize the assessment of student learning for the
            online environment. The tendency for many new online instructors is to transfer their face-to-face
            courses (including their traditional assessments) to the online environment without making any of the
            evaluative modifications that must accompany new online curriculum. To develop sound online
            assessments, instructors must move from teacher-centric assessments to a multiplicity of learner-directed
            assessments. Some challenges surrounding online assessment that will be explored include a
            fundamental misunderstanding of assessment and its possibilities for e-learning, legitimate questions
            about evaluating collaborative learning, and a widespread fear of cheating in online courses.
                     The second, perhaps more uncomfortable shift deals with the assessment of online instruction.
            The technical ability to review, evaluate, and document instruction in online classes and the more active,
            ongoing feedback students provide in online classes (and quick responses they receive) provide an
            unprecedented opportunity for quality control of instruction that has never been present in seated
            instruction. This presentation will highlight ways to capitalize upon this newfound opportunity for
            instructional transparency, quality assurance, and improvement of teaching and learning.



                    Field Trips to Teach Science, Technology, Engineering & Math topics:
                            Examples from Biology and Geology                **STEM Sponsored
                    Speaker: Dr. Anthony Stancampiano & Gary Houlette,
                            Oklahoma City Community College
                    Location: Pung Room
                    Moderator: Dr. Molly Henderson, Oklahoma City Community College
                    Tony Stancampiano and Gary Houlette have been using field trips to generate interest and
            enthusiasm in science learning. Tony has taken students to study ecology on site in diverse parts of the
            southwest and Gary has Oklahoma geology field trips that are a favorite among faculty and students
            alike. Come hear about their initiatives and experiences.



                    Unplugging from the Commercial Software Grid Revisited: Google Apps for Education
                    Speaker: Kent Brooks, Western Oklahoma State College
                     Location: Reed E Room
                     Moderator: Dr. Phillip Birdine, Western Oklahoma State College
                     Western has made it a priority to identify technology tools which can service the campus
            community at no cost to low cost. We will review some of the open or free software tools that we use
            and then provide an overview of how Western implemented Google Apps for Education as part of their
            vision for providing technology services to our campus community. Discussion will provide an overview
            of how we feel these tools will allow our campus to share information and ideas more easily with Google
            Apps for Education Edition‟s free communication, collaboration, and publishing tools.


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SESSIONS A (cont.):


2:00-3:00              Engaging Community College Students in Undergraduate Research
                       Speaker: Dr. Penny Coggins, Amanda Evert, & Cynthia Hengge,
                             Redlands Community College
                       Location: Reed F Room
                       Moderator: Dr. Karen Harrison, Eastern Oklahoma State College
                       Redlands Community College is emerging as an undergraduate research institution. This
               workshop will present techniques to incorporate the undergraduate research experience into the
               classroom. Although research has not previously been in the community colleges mission, the model
               used at Redlands (Research as Teaching) fits that environment. Beginning at our Agriculture and Equine
               Center, we realized that research is relevant to a broader cross-section of interest. In our desire to be
               more diverse, instructors are successfully implementing research across the curriculum. In this
               workshop, learners will identify ways to incorporate research projects into their existing curriculum.


                       Grant Writing for Community College Faculty & Administrators
                       Speaker: Dr. Linda Mason, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
                         Location: Maynard Room
                         Moderator: Steven Rubert, OSU Institute of Technology
                         The session will be an overview of the benefits of grant funding for community colleges, a broad
               list of grant opportunities, a list of grant writing resources, a brief discussion of some current grant
               funded projects at Oklahoma community colleges, and a discussion of the ways to enhance community
               college grantsmanship. The session is appropriate for administrators who wish to enhance their college
               grantsmanship and for individual faculty members who wish to participate in grant seeking.


                       Ethics Awareness
                       Speaker: Dr. Andrew Urich, Oklahoma State University
                        Location: Exhibit Hall (1st Floor)
                        Moderator: Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink, Redlands Community College
                        This presentation focuses on ethics awareness. It addresses two principal issues. 1) How do I
               really know whether I am being ethical? and 2) How can I build management skills that have been
               proven to foster an ethical workplace? In addition to heightening awareness of ethical problems in
               business, we look at the main causes of unethical behavior and develop specific management practices to
               reduce or eliminate problems. This program relies on case problems and discussions to help achieve the
               objectives and reinforce the concepts. This program was developed in conjunction with a Fortune 500
               company. Professor Urich has presented it corporate wide to over 3000 employees.




                              3:00 – 3:15             Vendor Showcase / Break

            Book Signing: Dr. Stanley Rice, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

                             Great Ideas for Teaching (G.I.F.T.) Showcase

                                                  2nd Floor Foyer


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SESSIONS B:


3:15 – 4:15           Vendor Presentation:
                            The Fundamentals of Network Security in Healthcare and Education
                      Speaker: Michael S. Votaw, Corporate Solutions Engineering, Enterasys Networks
                      Location: Pung Room
                      Moderator: Liz Wallace, Western Oklahoma State College
                      Please join us for a valuable session showcasing Enterasys Networks. Enterasys is a company
              that has been providing secure networks for Oklahoman education and healthcare customers for over 15
              years. Enterasys Networks will present a session on: Gaining control of peer to peer student usage
              without comprising access; Dramatically increase visibility of computing resources; Provide guest user
              wireless network access quickly and easily; Employ network security without the hassles of using
              dedicated and expensive hardware; and Use network authentication so that users must identify
              themselves before gaining access to school‟s resources. This session will be conducted by one of
              Enterasys‟s most esteemed consulting engineers and includes a special gift for your time in attending.



                     Teachers' Retirement
                     Speaker: Dr. James R Wilbanks, Teachers' Retirement System of Oklahoma
                      Location: Joyner Room
                      Moderator: John Kahre, Tulsa Community College
                      A description of the five Teacher Retirement System retirement plans with explanations of the
              steps to retire will be the focal point of this presentation.



                      What DNA Tells Us about Evolution                     **STEM Sponsored
                      Speaker: Dr. Stanley Rice, Southeastern Oklahoma State University
                       Location: Reed A Room
                       Moderator: Diana Spencer, Tulsa Community College
                       Recent studies of DNA have revolutionized the science of evolution in two ways. First, we have
              learned whole new processes by which major genetic variation may be generated. Second, we have
              found evidence, primarily in the non-coding DNA, for evolution that occurred in the past. Also, we will
              briefly examine how this new information is used to completely revise the classification of all
              organisms. The session is aimed primarily at instructors who are not already specialists in DNA.



                      New Technologies in the Science Classroom               **STEM              Sponsored
                      Speaker: Dr. Sandra Porter, Geospiza, Seattle, Washington
                      Location: Reed B Room
                      Moderator: Rex Ackerson, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa
                      New web technologies are rapidly proliferating. We used to use Blackboard, e-mail, and
              PowerPoint; now we have Slideshare, YouTube, blogs, wikis, Twitter, RSS, Flickr, and Google Docs, to
              name just a few. How do you decide which technologies are worth the time and effort to use and
              integrate into your classroom? Sandra Porter has been trying several of these, both on the job and in the
              classroom. Experiences will be discussed about blogging, wikis, and the web 2.0 world.



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SESSIONS B (cont.):


3:15 – 4:15           SOIC-Regional Collaboration-Economic Development
                      Speaker: Marilyn Feavor, Southwest Oklahoma Impact Coalition
                            & Glenna Lunday, Western Oklahoma State College
                       Location: Cain Room
                       Moderator: Dr. Jo Ella Flinton, OSU-Oklahoma City
                       The Southwest Oklahoma Impact Coalition (SOIC) is a unique voluntary collaboration formed by
              the five universities and colleges in Southwest Oklahoma (Cameron University, Redlands Community
              College, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and
              Western Oklahoma State College) along with the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments
              and South Western Oklahoma Development Authority. Our mission is to reinforce and grow wealth in the
              Southwest Quadrant of Oklahoma by maximizing and coordinating workforce and economic development
              opportunities.
                       Working in conjunction with various state and federal agencies, public and private corporations,
              tribal governments, other educational institutions and local business and industry, the coalition functions
              as a resource tool for the residents and businesses in the region. SOIC can assist them in analyzing their
              needs, linking resources that match those needs and assist them in expanding their business operations
              by bringing together the various partners that can work with them to achieve increased production and
              services to their communities. SOIC online is an electronic tool provided to assist our partners through
              identifying services and resources which can assist them in their efforts to expand and be competitive in
              a global marketplace.


                      Vendor Presentation: Cargill & Associates
                      Speaker: Steve Cargill
                       Location: Rice Room
                       Moderator: Dale Fike, Redlands Community College
                       The state of the national economy has been a topic of major concern and discussion. All non-
              profit organizations, including higher education institutions, want to know how they can successfully raise
              funds in today‟s economy. This session will explore donor thinking – why donors continue to give or
              don‟t and discuss essential ingredients for effective „friend‟ raising and fundraising in tough economic
              times.


                      Transitions: Blackboard to My Cruiser in Less Than a Year
                      Speaker: Melissa Powers & Raul Fletes, Mid South Community College,
                             West Memphis, Arkansas
                       Location: Theater Room (1st floor)
                       Moderator: Kathy Blundell, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
                       Selecting a new learning management system can be challenging and migrating a complete
              library of course content can be even more challenging. Facilitating faculty adoption can be the most
              challenging aspect of changing learning management systems. In this session, we will discuss Mid-South
              Community College's selection of Timecruiser‟s Course Cruiser LMS to replace Blackboard and best
              practices for successful implementation and quick course conversion. We will also share our secrets for
              rapid adoption that have resulted in over 90 percent of the faculty usage for online course components of
              their courses, tracking attendance, and grading.




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SESSIONS B (cont.):


3:15 – 4:15           Western Oklahoma State College's China Connection
                      Speaker: Kent Brooks & John Phelan, Western Oklahoma State College
                        Location: Reed E Room
                        Moderator: Dr. Phillip Birdine, Western Oklahoma State College
                        For the past four (4) years Western Oklahoma State College has been involved with an
              educational exchange program with Chuxiong Normal University in Yunnan Province of China. This past
              June, 2008, a twelve (12) person team from Western spent 10 days in Chuxiong, China working with that
              institution to find ways to expand our cooperative experiences. This presentation provides an overview
              of this trip which included: 1) the signing of a cooperative agreement between institutions, 2) the testing
              of connectivity for potential interactive projects, and 3) the immersion of the team in Chinese history and
              culture.



                      Creating Unity by Appreciating Diversity
                      Speaker: Sherri Mussatto & Rick Woodard, Rose State College
                       Location: Reed F Room
                       Moderator: Lisa Kerr, Rose State College
                       This session will provide participants with practical ideas on how to celebrate diversity on your
              campus, both in the large group setting as well as in the classroom. One course that will be highlighted is
              the Diversity Comp. II course, but participants will be provided with ideas for several curricular areas.
              The session will end with a brainstorming session so participants can share their comments and ideas.
                       Rose State College, like many other colleges, understands the importance of recognizing and
              valuing diversity. In our ever-changing society, only by appreciating and accepting others will we be able
              to communicate effectively and work together peacefully. Our students are made up of various cultural,
              racial, socioeconomic, and religious backgrounds, and one of our goals is to educate them while providing
              opportunities to broaden their view of their society and to open their minds to new experiences. Our
              faculty and staff are committed to preparing students for a diverse world.



                      Panel Discussions on Undergraduate Student Research for Community Colleges
                      Speaker: Dr. Penny Coggins, Redlands Community College &
                             Dr. Linda Mason, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
                       Location: Maynard Room
                       Moderator: Debi Corrado, Connors State College
                       This discussion session is for those community college faculty and administrators who are
              interested in involving their students in research projects. The research may be part of the curriculum as
              a more effective way to engage students in the content. The discussion will cover current experiences in
              community colleges in Oklahoma, resources available for enhancing undergraduate research programs,
              grant opportunities available to support undergraduate research programs, and issues and barriers to
              using research as an excellent pedagogy. We anticipate persons from all community colleges to be
              involved in this discussion.




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SESSIONS B (cont.):

3:15 – 4:15            Campus Violence, A Preventable Tragedy
                             - Continues thru Friday, 10:15-11:15 a.m. Session
                       Speaker: Dr. John Nicoletti, Police Psychologist, Lakewood, Colorado
                        Location: Exhibit Hall (1st Floor)
                        Moderator: Stacie Mayes, Rose State College
                        Since the shootings at Virginia Tech, campuses across the country have been scrambling to
               develop programs for dealing with a violent incident. At this point in time, there have been enough
               incidents at campuses, schools and workplaces that a best practices approach can be developed. This
               training will be presented in two sessions over a two-day period. The first training session will focus on
               detection, risk assessment and reporting protocols. The second session will focus on interrupting and
               disrupting a violence progression from either an insider or outsider. This session will also focus on
               responding to and surviving a violent incident. In day one, some of the areas to be covered include
               identifying attack-related behaviors, broadcasting mechanisms and broadcasting sites. An emphasis will
               be placed on assessing student writings. On day two, specific areas to be covered will involve developing
               internal notifications systems and activation of delay systems. The final portion will discuss survival
               options. These workshops are designed for individuals who would be part of a threat assessment team or
               who would be responsible for monitoring concerning behaviors on campus.

4:30 – 5:30            Presidents’ Reception and Vendor Showcase (all registrants welcome!)



                       Location: 2nd Floor Foyer – Sponsored by: Enterasys

                           Welcome by OACC President, Katherine Benton, Seminole State College
                           Dr. Thomas McKeon – Chair, Council of Two Year College Presidents,
                               Tulsa Community College
                           Entertainment – The Brian Gorrell Trio, Edmond
                           Dr. Doug Price – Great Ideas for Teaching (G.I.F.T.) Chair,
                               Tulsa Community College, G.I.F.T. Judging



                                                                                        Friday, March 13
8:00 – 9:00            Continental Breakfast (while supplies last)
                       Location: 2nd Floor Foyer

8:00 - 11:00           Registration
                       Location: Reed Center Lobby

8:30-8:45              Welcome- OACC President, Katherine Benton, Seminole State College
                       G.I.F.T. (Great Ideas for Teaching) Awards Recognition
                       Dr. Doug Price, G.I.F.T. Chair, Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Reed C & D

8:45 – 9:00            OACC Proclamation Declaration
                       Lt. Governor Jari Askins

                       OACC Update
                       Dr. Thomas McKeon, Chair, Council of Two Year College Presidents,
                              Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Reed C & D

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9:00 – 10:00           Opening General Session: Diversity
                       Meet Generation NeXt
                       Speaker: Dr. Mark Taylor, Little Rock, Arkansas (see bio at end of document)
                        Location: Reed C & D
                        Today's traditionally aged college students have characteristics and expectations that present
               unique challenges to those of us charged with teaching, serving and supporting them through their
               educational experience. They were raised in very different social environments and have had very
               different formative experiences than any previous generation. Issues with academic preparation,
               responsibility and self-esteem, consumer expectations, use of technology and styles of interacting impact,
               and can interfere with, their learning, persistence and academic success. This program will help faculty,
               administration and staff better understand the generational traits they bring to college, the diversity
               among these students and traits, how these traits impact learning, persistence and success, and how we
               can best help our students reach their educational and personal goals.




                   10:00-10:15                  Vendor Showcase /Break, 2nd Floor Foyer




 SESSIONS C:

10:15-11:15            Eight Easy Steps to Writing an Effective Essay
                       Speaker: Lori Farr, Oklahoma City Community College
                       Location: Rice Room
                       Moderator: Dr. Virginia Bellows, Tulsa Community College
                       This session will provide faculty with a set of easy steps for writing an essay in any content area.
               The focus will be on using a template and sample essay to get students organized and writing. It comes
               with a basic composition rubric to assist in grading. This session will especially benefit teachers who
               work in developmental studies.


                       N-OADN: A National Voice for Associate Nursing Programs
                       Speaker: Ann B. Schlumberger, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
                        Location: Joyner Room
                        Moderator: Jamie Spence, Murray State College
                        The National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing serves as the "voice of associate degree
               nursing" nationwide. This presentation will include the steps for establishing a state chapter and will
               include information on upcoming N-OADN events as well as issues impacting associate degree nursing.

                       GIFT Presentations
                       Facilitator: Dr. Doug Price, G.I.F.T. Chair, Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Reed A Room
                       Hear award winning Oklahoma Community College faculty share their best practice ideas.
               Creative, useful, and insightful strategies for the classroom will be presented by the top three G.I.F.T
               award winners. Don‟t forget to check out the poster presentations from all the G.I.F.T. submissions in the
               pre-function area on the second floor. Consider submitting your “Great Idea” next year…maybe you
               could win $ too!



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SESSIONS C (cont.):

10:15-11:15           Classroom Strategies for Gender-Based Learning Differences
                      Speaker: Dr. Jane Varmecky, Chris Myers-Baker, and Tiffany Engel
                             Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Reed B Room
                       Moderator: Dr. Molly Henderson, Oklahoma City Community College
                       Be prepared to get out of your seat as this session explores the latest brain research on gender-
              based differences in learning and demonstrates strategies for the classroom that could be used to
              encourage the retention of young men at the college level. Males and females are equally intelligent, yet
              only about 40% of college graduates nationwide are males. This session will address recent research
              about the differences in brain development in boys and girls. It will also look at the brain during
              adolescence which extends far beyond the teenage years. These visions of how male and female brains
              differ will help us understand the reasons for adopting a variety of teaching strategies that enhance
              learning for both young men and young women in our classrooms.

                      Reading Strategies for Math Courses: Ideas from AMATYC
                      Speaker: Chris Oehrlein, Oklahoma City Community College
                            & Joyce Friske, Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Cain Room
                       Moderator: Tammy Kasterke, Seminole State College
                       Two members of the Oklahoma delegation to the AMATYC national conference in Washington
              D.C. will share ideas and techniques from sessions about improving and using reading and study skills in
              math courses. The primary focus of most of these sessions was developmental mathematics, but the
              concepts can be easily applied to any math course.

                      The Big V Ranch; Local History in the Classroom and Community
                      Speaker: Rex Ackerson, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa
                      Location: Pung Room
                      Moderator: Judy Colwell, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa
                      The Big V Ranch is an outstanding example of the history of the opening of the Cherokee Strip
              and the life and times of those early pioneers involved in the run. While the more famous ranch was the
              101 Ranch, the adjacent Big V was much more of an everyday functioning, farming and ranching
              operation and was a pioneer in such areas as mule training and sales, corn production, and electric
              fencing. This talk gives students a glimpse of what life was like in the early part of the 1900's.
              Descendents of Mr.Vanselous have remodeled the ranch house and barn, and rebuilt the early day
              commissary on the property and now have events at the site such as weddings and reunions. The
              program will involve a number of photographs illustrating the history of the ranch.

                      Developing and Sustaining an Effective Retention Team
                      Speaker: Christina Conner, South Plains College, Levelland, Texas
                       Location: Theater Room (1st Floor)
                       Moderator: Christian Morgan, Seminole State College
                       Does your campus have a unified voice that speaks for improving services for all? Learn how
              South Plains College developed a retention team that encompasses all departments at four campus
              locations. The college was awarded a Title V Grant in October, 2004, to improve course completion and
              semester-to-semester retention of students, and the Retention Team was formed to help foster
              development of activities related to the grant's objectives. Discover how the retention team developed
              goals to improve services for faculty, staff, and students by enhancing advising services, early alert, and
              student success plans. While developing a retention team is important, sustaining the team's efforts is
              vital, and South Plains College has been successful in ensuring that the team's projects have continued
              support from faculty and administration. Find out how South Plains College overcame a campus climate
              that feared "retention" activities to one that now embraces retention as the most important component of
              the institution's vision and values statement. South Plains College was a 2008 recipient of the Noel Levitz
              Retention Excellence Award.
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                                                                            Friday, March 13 (cont.)

SESSIONS C (cont.):


10:15-11:15           Teaming with Adjuncts
                      Speaker: Edmund Gert & Lori Morrow, Rose State College
                       Location: Reed E Room
                       Moderator: Lisa Kerr, Rose State College
                       Do you know who your adjunct professors are? Do you remember what it was like to be an
              adjunct professor? Do your adjuncts feel like they are part of a team, or do they feel like they are on
              their own? Adjunct can be defined as “attached to the staff…in a temporary or assistant capacity.”
              However, many adjunct faculty members often feel “detached” from full-time faculty and their college as
              a whole. In Oklahoma, 65% of community college faculty members are part-time. How can we make
              them feel like they are a vital part of the campus? This session will give practical and easy-to-implement
              ideas for creating programs to connect adjunct faculty to your college, division and/or department.
              Participants will understand the needs of this integral component of the community college from the
              perspective of two former adjuncts. The sharing of best practices will also be encouraged.


                      The Feminine Voice of Islam
                      Speaker: Dr. Najwa Raouda, Tulsa Community College
                       Location: Reed F Room
                       Moderator: Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink, Redlands Community College
                       Millions of Americans are Muslims. Some are first generation immigrants to the U.S. who
              considered America a land of opportunity and freedom, while others were born in the U.S. as second or
              third generation of immigrants and the latest estimate is between five to eight million Muslims who make
              America their home, making the U.S. the most ethnically diverse nation in the world. However, the
              American public knows little about how these immigrants live, think, and view women's rights: realities
              that usually marginalize Muslims/Arabs and isolate them in their Islamic communities rather than
              involving them in the mainstream of the nation. “The Feminine Voice of Islam” is a study of the
              experiences of Muslim women from different Muslim countries presented in their voices and from their
              stories. By giving voice to the "others," society provides a structure that allows them to speak for
              themselves and allows us to derive knowledge from their stories and consequently, get deeper
              identification with their struggles in a foreign environment.
                       The Muslim participants are from Turkey, India, Cyprus, Iran, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, and the
              United Arab Emirates and their voices echo their conflicts between traditionalism and feminism in liberal
              America: a nation my participants call home now.


                      Bioinformatics for Introductory Life Sciences       **STEM                     Sponsored
                      Speaker: Dr. John McMurray, Oklahoma City Community College
                        Location: Maynard Room
                        Moderator: Dr. Charlotte Mulvihill, Oklahoma City Community College
                        Over the last decade, molecular data, namely DNA and amino acid sequence data, and
              conclusions drawn from it have become an increasingly large component of course content presented to
              undergraduates. Often there is little discussion as to how all this data is collected or analyzed. The field
              of bioinformatics focuses on extracting biologically meaningful information from the raw data. This talk
              will introduce faculty to bioinformatics and provide tutorials that illustrate some of the methods employed
              in the field and the “portals” to the field. The tutorials are framed as research questions, and are meant
              to serve as a starting point that faculty can use in discussions about homology, evolutionary change, and
              the scientific process. Topics illustrated include searching and retrieving sequence data, performing
              sequence alignments, viewing protein structures, and generating evolutionary trees. Attendees will
              receive a CD of sample modules to implement with their classes.



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                                                                             Friday, March 13 (cont.)

SESSIONS C (cont.):

10:15-11:15             Campus Violence, A Preventable Tragedy
                              – Continued from Thursday, 3:15-4:15 p.m. Session
                        Speaker: Dr. John Nicoletti, Police Psychologist, Lakewood, Colorado
                         Location: Exhibit Hall (1st Floor)
                         Moderator: Stacie Mayes, Rose State College
                         Since the shootings at Virginia Tech, campuses across the country have been scrambling to
                develop programs for dealing with a violent incident. At this point in time, there have been enough
                incidents at campuses, schools and workplaces that a best practices approach can be developed. This
                training will be presented in two sessions over a two-day period. The first training session will focus on
                detection, risk assessment and reporting protocols. The second session will focus on interrupting and
                disrupting a violence progression from either an insider or outsider. This session will also focus on
                responding to and surviving a violent incident. In day one, some of the areas to be covered include
                identifying attack-related behaviors, broadcasting mechanisms and broadcasting sites. An emphasis will
                be placed on assessing student writings. On day two, specific areas to be covered will involve developing
                internal notifications systems and activation of delay systems. The final portion will discuss survival
                options. These workshops are designed for individuals who would be part of a threat assessment team or
                who would be responsible for monitoring concerning behaviors on campus.




                        11:15-11:30              Vendor Showcase/ Break, 2nd Floor Foyer




SESSIONS D:


11:30 – 12:30           Vendor Presentation - How Do You Spell "Budget Relief"? Software as a Service
                        Speaker: David Kraus, Vice President; Timecruiser Computing Corporation
                        Location: Rice Room
                        Moderator: Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink, Redlands Community College
                        Learning management systems is not new, but not having to "manage" LMS technology is a
                growing trend for colleges. Most LMS vendors offer some level of hosted solution, but this should not be
                confused with delivering Software as a Service (SaaS). What's the difference? Simple, centralized
                accountability on the part of the provider that makes true service a reality, at a fraction of the cost.
                Attend this session and you'll find out why there is a nationwide surge in SaaS Learning Management
                Systems at community colleges.


                        New Faculty Development and Orientation
                        Speaker: Ann B. Schlumberger, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
                        Location: Joyner Room
                        Moderator: Jamie Spence, Murray State College
                        The new 2008 NLNAC Standards and Criteria include a requirement for faculty orientation and
                mentoring. This requirement, coupled with the needs of new faculty, necessitates the development
                and/or refinement of the support provided to both full and part time faculty. This presentation will
                include an overview of college and department orientation and mentoring programs. Faculty
                development needs will also be discussed.
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                                                                              Friday, March 13 (cont.)

SESSIONS D (cont.):


11:30 – 12:30           Estate Planning 101: Understanding the Basics
                        Speaker: Dr. Shannon Ferrell, Oklahoma State University
                        Location: Reed A Room
                        Moderator: Steven Rubert, OSU Institute of Technology
                        In Estate Planning 101: Understanding the Basics, we'll discuss what your "estate" is, why you
                need an estate plan, and some of the tools that can be used to make sure your affairs are handled in the
                way you want them to be. We'll also discuss other important planning documents such as powers of
                attorney, living wills, and advance healthcare directives.


                        Technology Tips for Education Professionals
                        Speaker: Susan Hoggard & Melinda Smith, Tulsa Community College
                         Location: Reed B Room
                         Moderator: Stacie Mayes, Rose State College
                         One voice of community college education is often the focus upon the achievement of student
                success. Student success is the primary goal, yet educators often encounter a delicate balancing act
                when striving to obtain excellence in both their administrative responsibilities as well as their classroom
                responsibilities. The struggle of efficiency in the office vs. effectiveness in the classroom seems to be
                perpetual. This presentation will encompass uses of technology that can assist educators with time
                management needs and provide effective curriculum for the students.
                         This presentation is intended to expose the participants to a broad range of technology topics:
                integrating technology into your office workspace, integrating learning technologies into your classroom,
                and becoming aware of business ethics with respect to technology issues.
                         This session will provide the attendees with a variety of activities that can help to achieve
                efficiency and effectiveness in the office and classroom. At the end of the session, attendees will receive
                access to electronic copies of links/ideas presented and they will be asked to contribute additional ideas
                that can be shared with others.


                        Rewarding Vision and Synergy via Faculty Innovation Grants
                        Speaker: Jean Woody & Dr. Sharon Wright, Tulsa Community College
                         Location: Cain Room
                         Moderator: Chris Oehrlein, Oklahoma City Community College
                         In a physical environment that sprawls across four campuses, even faculty in the same discipline
                can easily become isolated and narrowly focused. To encourage a “One College” perspective, TCC uses
                internal Faculty Innovation Grants to facilitate both cross-campus and cross-disciplinary collaboration that
                address broad college academic priorities outlined annually by the President.


                        New Grant-funded Science Programs at Oklahoma Two Year Colleges
                        (Responding to the needs of the Clinical Research Community)
                        Speaker: Kim Kyker, Oklahoma City Community College; Karen Bottoms,
                              OSU Institute of Technology; and Andrew Snyder,
                              Redlands Community College                       **STEM Sponsored
                       Location: Pung Room
                       Moderator: Reonna Slagell-Gossen, Redlands Community College
                       Federal grant funds have been awarded for new science programs in Oklahoma two-year colleges
                - come hear about the Nanotechnology initiative at the OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee, the
                Enology program (winemaking) at Redlands Community College in El Reno and the Clinical Research
                Coordinator program at Oklahoma City Community College.


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                                                                               Friday, March 13 (cont.)

SESSIONS D (cont.):


11:30 – 12:30           Tips and Tricks for Teaching Online: How to Teach Like a Pro!
                        Speaker: Kaye Shelton, Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
                          Location: Theater Room (1st floor)
                          Moderator: Barbara Stadler, Northern Oklahoma College-Stillwater
                          This presentation assembles best ideas and practices from successful online instructors and
                recent literature and includes strategies for online class design, syllabus policy development, online class
                facilitation, and fun assessment ideas which provide successful tips for both new and experienced online
                instructors.


                        Effectively Using the Internet
                        Speaker: Thomas Luscomb, Rogers State University
                         Location: Reed E Room
                         Moderator: Kathy Blundell, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
                         The Internet is the world‟s largest network, created in response to the cold war to provide safe
                communications and means for cooperative scientific research. No single organization, country, or
                corporation owns it. The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers, servicing the
                needs of millions of users worldwide, and that number continues to grow. Countries around the world are
                linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions.
                         Individuals use the Internet for various reasons such as for finding information for usage in
                employment, and online shopping. Understanding the Internet by examining browsers, the usage of
                search directories, search engines and miscellaneous searches, search engine tips, the usage of query
                operators, discussion groups, privacy, and copyright issues will all effectively help us use the Internet.
                         Once we understand how to use the Internet, we can then more easily focus on locating
                important and useful web sites.


                        Three Easy Steps to a Superior Summary
                        Speaker: Lori Farr, Oklahoma City Community College
                         Location: Reed F Room
                         Moderator: Lisa Kerr, Rose State College
                         This session will provide faculty members with a set of easy steps to help students write a
                summary in any content area. The focus will be on using a template and sample summary to get
                students organized and writing. It comes with a summary rubric to assist in grading. All students will
                benefit from these easy steps, especially the developmental learners.


                        What does DNA have to contribute to Anthropology?        **STEM Sponsored
                        Speaker: Dr. Cecil Lewis, Jr., University of Oklahoma and Julian Hilliard,
                              Oklahoma City Community College
                       Location: Maynard Room
                       Moderator: Alexa Mashlan, Oklahoma City Community College
                       Anthropological Genetics is the study of the evolutionary links of humans and other primates
                through the lens of genetic data. Our studies, grounded in Anthropological Genetics, attempt to improve
                our understanding of the people of South America. To do this, we have collected and sequenced DNA
                from populations of widely dispersed geographic areas in the country of Peru.




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                                                                             Friday, March 13 (cont.)

SESSIONS D (cont.):


11:30 – 12:30           Ethical Online Environment: Is it Possible?
                        Speaker: Maribeth Moran & Dr. Francene Weatherby,
                                University of Oklahoma College of Nursing
                         Location: Exhibit Hall (1st Floor)
                         Moderator: Dr. Virginia Bellows, Tulsa Community College
                         Issues related to ethical behavior of students have plagued educators since schools were first
                established. The emergence of technology and development of virtual classrooms in education have
                added new and complex challenges to the age-old concerns of academic integrity and dishonesty. This
                presentation and discussion will examine how technology changes the academic environment and will
                offer strategies that promote student socialization and development of ethical values.




12:30 - 2:00            Closing Session and Luncheon           ***entrees available without meat***
                        Ready?: Dramatic Change and Transcendent Learning
                        Speaker: Dr. Mark David Milliron, Catalyze Learning International,
                              Newland, North Carolina (see bio at end of document)
                         Location: Reed C & D
                         Are we ready? Are they ready? How can we come together and get ready? The dramatic
                demographic, economic, educational, and technological change at hand begs all of these questions. In
                this presentation, we‟ll explore each question and have a dialogue about how educators, workforce
                developers, business leaders, community members, legislators, and even parents and grandparents
                prepare for the trying transformations in our midst. Next, we‟ll examine a set of transcendent learning
                outcomes--critical, creative, social, and courageous learning--aimed at preparing those we serve to live
                and learn well in these tumultuous times.


                        Introduction of 2009-2010 OACC Officers



2:00 - 4:00             Special Interest Groups (reserve a room for your group at the registration table)

2:00 - 2:45             OKMATYC Business Meeting
                        Moderator: Linda Tucker, OKMATYC President, Rose State College
                        Location: Cain Room

2:00 - 3:00             2009-2010 OACC Executive Committee Meeting
                        Location: Rice Room



               ** STEM Sponsored Workshop (supported by INBRE grant).
   These sessions are of special interest to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
              faculty. However, they are all open to all interested persons.




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                                             Scott Klososky
                                  “A Lifetime of Applying Over the Horizon Vision”



        Scott Klososky has started and been part of building numerous successful organizations,
including two that were sold for over $200 million in aggregate. His experience of building these
operations from the ground up as the CEO is now being applied as he advises organizations of
many different sizes in areas such as rehabilitating their overall strategies, implementing healthy
cultures, teamwork improvement, and growing the entrepreneurial spirit of team members. He is
also a professional speaker and is represented by The Speakers Office in San Diego. Scott is
currently building two young companies he was implemental in starting, Shryk, a kids online
banking solution, and Park Avenue Domains, a company that provides trademark cleared domain
names for organizations looking for a company or product name.
       As a former CEO of three successful startup companies, he is passionate about shaking up
the status quo around the way we build teams and set strategic directions. His programs are
known for delivering fresh observations, ideas, and practical steps that organizations can use to
restructure teams, create strategy that works, and apply technology in impactful ways. His
keynotes are riveting and his workshops instill new concepts that can be applied immediately to
maximize results.




Dr. Mark Taylor is a nationally recognized expert, consultant, and speaker who has helped many
schools and companies work more effectively with the generational groups, especially our young
people from Generation NeXt. Building on over 25 years of experience in higher education,
management and the helping professions, Dr. Taylor has worked with over 150 schools in 38
states, made presentations at state, regional, and national events, and offered programs to
business clients like 20th Century Fox, Wal-Mart, the University of Tennessee Hospital and the U.S.
Army. His pragmatic information, grounded in data, offers clear and immediately applicable
suggestions for improving academic persistence and success.



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                               Dr. Mark David Milliron is an award-winning leader, author, speaker,
and consultant best known for exploring leadership development, future trends, learning strategies,
and the human side of technology change. Mark works with universities, community colleges, K-12
schools, corporations, associations, and government agencies across the country and around the
world. He serves as Board Chair for the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in
Education and as a Trustee for Western Governors University. He is also the founder and CEO of
the private consulting and service group, Catalyze Learning International (CLI). In addition, he
serves on numerous corporate, nonprofit, and education boards and advisory groups; guest
lectures for educational institutions nationally and internationally; and authors and moderates the
Catalytic Conversations Blog.
        Mark brings to this work broad experience, having previously served as an Endowed Fellow,
Senior Lecturer, and Director of the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development in
the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin; Vice President for Education and
Medical Practice with SAS, the world's largest private software company; President and CEO of the
international education association the League for Innovation; and as Vice President for Academic
and Student Services at Maryland Community College (NC).
        While teaching at Arizona State, Mark received the International Communication
Association’s Teaching Excellence Award. More recently, the University of Texas at Austin’s College
of Education honored Mark as a Distinguished Graduate for his service to the education field. In
2005, PBS named Mark the recipient of its annual O'Banion Prize for transformational work in
support of teaching and learning. And in 2007, the American Association of Community Colleges
(AACC) presented Mark with its National Leadership Award for his outstanding accomplishments,
contributions, and leadership.
        Regardless of all of these activities and accomplishments, he will quickly tell you that the
most important job and the greatest blessing in his life is serving as Julia’s husband, and as father
to Alexandra, Richard and Marcus.




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      Carl Albert State                               Connors State College
          College                                        Dr. Donnie Nero
      Dr. Brandon Webb        Eastern Oklahoma
                                State College
                              Dr. Stephen E. Smith

Murray State College                                     Northeastern Oklahoma
  Dr. Nobel Jobe III                                         A&M College
                                                                Dr. Jeff Hale
                             Northern Oklahoma
                                  College
                                 Dr. Roger Stacy

      Oklahoma City                                     Oklahoma State
    Community College                                  University – OKC
       Dr. Paul Sechrist                                Dr. Jerry D. Carroll
                               Oklahoma State
                            University Institute of
                           Technology – Okmulgee
                             Dr. Robert E. Klabenes
Redlands Community                                         Rose State College
      College                                                 Dr. Terry Britton
 Dr. Larry F. Devane

                            Seminole State College
                               Dr. James Utterback
     Tulsa Community                                   Western Oklahoma
          College                                        State College
    Dr. Thomas K. McKeon                               Mr. Randy L. Cumby




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                                2008-2009
                              OACC Delegates

Carl Albert State College                  OSU Institute of Technology
Kendall Repass                             Dr. Maria Christian
Joe Westfall                               Steven Rubert

Connors State College                      Oklahoma City Community College
Dr. Ron Ramming                            Dr. Molly Henderson
Debi Corrado                               Chris Oehrlein

Eastern Oklahoma State College             Redlands Community College
Dr. Karen Harrison                         Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink
Katharyn Couch                             Reonna Slagell-Gossen
                                           Sandra Warren
Murray State College
Dr. Richard Braley                         Rose State College
Jamie Spence                               Stacie Mayes
                                           Lisa Kerr
NEO A & M State College
Kathy Blundell                             Seminole State College
TeNona Kuhn                                Christian Morgan
                                           Tammy Kasterke
Northern Oklahoma College Enid
Dr. Ed Vineyard                            Tulsa Community College
Dr. DeLisa Ging                            Dr. Joyce Friske
                                           Dr. Mark Ames
Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa          Dr. Susan Tillman
Judy Colwell                               Dr. Virginia Bellows
Rex Ackerson                               John Kahre

Northern Oklahoma College Stillwater       Western Oklahoma State College
Debbie Quirey                              Dr. Phil Birdine
Barbara Stadler                            Allan Meier

OSU/OKC
Dr. Jo Ella Flinton
Debbie Crow


             THANK YOU FOR SERVING YOUR
           OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGES!
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                                 ALL-OKLAHOMA ACADEMIC TEAM
 Bacone College, Muskogee                    Carl Albert State College, Poteau                 Carl Albert State College, Sallisaw
        Kenneth Glass                                   Jessica Lewis                               Angela Hada
       Wyandotte, OK                                    Stigler, OK                                 Sallisaw, OK
                                                       Hannah Stockton                              Rachel Irvin
                                                       Hugo, OK                                     Muldrow, OK

Eastern Oklahoma State College                     Murray State College                      Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
        Kaysie Fields                                  Jonathan Weiss                               Natalie Long
        Wetumka, OK                                    Macomb, OK                                   Neosho, MO
        Kayla Slaughter
        Tuskahoma, OK

        Northern Oklahoma College, Enid                                            Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa
                Megan Foster                                                                    Grady Conrad
                Goltry, OK                                                                      Blackwell, OK

                 Michael Harness                                                                 Kelsea Schultz
                 Broken Arrow, OK                                                                Pond Creek, OK

        Oklahoma City Community College                                   Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City
               Jenny Atteberry                                                           Heather Batson
                Norman, OK                                                               Oklahoma City, OK

                 Alexandra Wilkes
                 Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology                Redlands Community College              Rose State College
               Hali Anderson                                             Shelley Dickerson                 Jacob McGuinness
               Morris, OK                                                Yukon, OK                         Norman, OK
                 Crystal Robol                                            Katlynn Weathers                    Erik Camacho
                 Okmulgee, OK                                             Edmond, OK                          Midwest City, OK


Seminole State College                 Tulsa Community College, Metro                        Tulsa Community College, Southeast
        Cody Barlow                            Donna Elish                                            Mona Easterling
        Hartshorne, OK                          Broken Arrow, OK                                      Tulsa, OK
        Natasha Rodgers                            Phyllis McLemore                                   Kemper Tell
        Tecumseh, OK                               Muskogee, OK                                       Tulsa, OK

                 Tulsa Community College, West                                       Western Oklahoma State College
                         Juliet Davis                                                        Jordan Johns
                         Tulsa, OK                                                           Altus, OK

                          Joel Hoyt                                                          Sarah Bennight
                          Sand Springs, OK                                                   Frederick, OK

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                           OACC SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS



      Dallas Wiginton        Louma Sebaihi                 Sandy Bess
                                                                                         Maxx Goad
           Altus                Edmond            Leflore High School, Poteau
                                                                                Newkirk High School, Newkirk
  Western Oklahoma State   Rose State College      Carl Albert State College
                                                                                 Northern Oklahoma College
          College




 Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges Board of Directors
                                    Katherine Benton
                                         President
                                   Seminole State College

          Glenna Lunday                                          Donna Chambers
           President Elect                                         Past President
     Western Oklahoma State College                             Seminole State College

           Dr. Thomas K. McKeon                               Dr. Paul Sechrist
                     Chair                                         Vice Chair
         Two Year Council of Presidents                  Two Year Council of Presidents




Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges Executive Committee
           Fred Bunyan                                          Dr. Mark Ames
        Seminole State College                              Tulsa Community College

    Reonna Slagell-Gossen                                 Dr. Juanita Krittenbrink
   Redlands Community College                            Redlands Community College

           Dr. Doug Price                                         Rick Woodard
      Tulsa Community College                                    Rose State College

                                          Bill Day
                                  Carl Albert State College
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