The Norman Transcript
NORMAN — Platt College in Moore, a post-secondary education provider in Oklahoma, has been recognized as a school of excellence by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
In his letter notifying the campus of the honor, ACCSC Executive Director Michale McComis said Platt College-Moore Campus was selected as a recipient of the 2012-2013 School of Excellence Award for its “commitment to the expectations and rigors of ACCSC accreditation, as well as efforts in maintaining high levels of achievement among students.”
To be eligible for the award, a school must meet all criteria for the Commission’s School of Distinction Award and a majority of its graduation and employment rates must meet or exceed ACCSC average graduation and employment rates.
“Together, our instructors, staff and students make this campus what it is. As the Moore family, we are proud that our hard work has been recognized outside our community with a School of Excellence Award,” Campus Director Laura Grisso said. “More than ever, we are committed to providing a strong learning experience to students from the community we serve.”
As a School of Excellence, Platt College-Moore Campus will be honored during the 2013 ACCSC Professional Development Conference in Washington, D.C., Sept. 11-13.
OU announces new assistant professor
The University of Oklahoma School of Art and Art History is pleased to welcome multi-media artist Cathleen Faubert to the faculty as assistant professor of Art, Technology and Culture.
Cathleen Faubert earned her MFA from Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and has taught at the university level for the last seven years. She works with photography, video and installation to highlight ideas of self-empowerment, unseen forces and human constraint.
Faubert was awarded an ART365 Project Grant from the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition in 2013. She has exhibited nationally including: Dangerous Women, DFN Gallery, Chelsea, NY; Nascent, New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University, Boston, MA; Islands of Isolation, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This summer, she completed an Artist Residency in Tyrol, Austria, and will exhibit her research and work in September 2013 at the Mehlerhaus, a cultural museum and historical landmark in the Austrian Alps.
— Transcript Staff