Thursday, March 26, 2015

Students chew the fat, figuratively, during ‘Dining with the Dean’ event




Students had the opportunity to engage with OU-C Dean Martin Tuck during the recent “Dining with the Dean” event. This informal gathering allows for students to have a candid conversation with the dean.

“This event has been planned each semester since the winter of 2011 and is mutually beneficial to both the dean and to the students,” Coordinator of Student Activities Ashlee Digges said. “The dean has the opportunity to ask some important questions of the students to determine what we as an institution are doing well and where we could improve; the students have the opportunity to ask questions, express concerns and simply engage with our campus leader.

“I’m always happy to host this event, especially since it’s really a great opportunity for student to interact with our Dean that students on larger campuses do not have.  This shows the value we place in our student/faculty/staff relationships at OU-C,” Digges said.

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