The Informational Staff Association (ISA), an organization of employees of the
University of Oklahoma in job families professional (06); computer (07); academic/student (08); marketing/public relations (05); and media (04), has been formed for
the following purposes:
l) to act as a liaison between these member employees and the University community;
2) to foster communication and the exchange of ideas among these employees;
3) to encourage greater participation by these employees in the University community;
4) to function as a consultative organization for University administrative officials and any University committees on policies, problems, affairs, or any matter related to or having an effect on these employees;
5) to initiate studies and make recommendations for consideration by proper University officials; and
6) to provide a forum for the continuing review of University policies.
The ISA meets the first Wednesday of each month, September through June, at 3:30 p.m. All members are welcome to the meetings. Feel free to bring a friend to these meetings. We have lively discussions, for those who want to know more about Staff Senate and its member groups. For more information, contact Debbie at Debbie Copp.
Most of our meetings are held in Conference Room, 1012, 4 Partners Place
Date: October 1, 2014
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Art School Building (FJC), Room 203
Event: Intro to Art presentation
by Victor Youritzin
Note: No business meeting
In a high-paced, slide-illustrated lecture--showing paintings by famous artists (e.g. Degas, Manet, de Chirico, Seurat, Matisse, Picasso, et al.), Professor Youritzin will discuss various aspects that constitute successful art and will try to help sharpen your critical abilities. He has delivered versions of this lecture at the Pentagon, at the OKC combined Harvard-MIT clubs, to many university groups, and on television. He is a David Ross Boyd professor who has taught on the OU faculty since 1972 and is a widely sought-after public speaker, having lectured at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and at numerous other major institutions, here and abroad, as well as having been a guest lecturer for Cunard Lines. Before joining the OU faculty, he taught at Vanderbilt and Tulane and was a Ford Fellow at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, for which he was, in 1991, the principal co-author of American Watercolors from The Metropolitan Museum of Art (a Book-of-the-Month Club Selection). He is listed in Marquis Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World. After analyzing numerous works of art, at the end of his lecture he will pose a question: of two projected drawings, which is the real Van Gogh, and which is the forgery, and why?
Wednesday, November 5
Location: Conference Room, 1012, 4 Partners Place