OU is one of the few public universities in the nation to cap the class
size of first-year English composition courses at no more than 19
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Regent Clark was appointed by Governor Frank Keating in March 2001 for a seven-year term and was reappointed by Governor Brad Henry in March 2008. Mr. Clark graduated from Tulsa's Edison High School in 1959 and from The University of Oklahoma in 1963 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. After serving as a flight instructor in the Air Force, he joined the family business, Tulsair, in 1968, and, in 1986 he became the sole owner and President and Chief Executive. The company has three Aircraft Sales and Maintenance facilities covering a six-state region. In addition to serving the Tulsa community as President of the Tulsa Boy's Home, a Board member of the The Salvation Army and as a patron of numerous civic and charitable events, Regent Clark helps shape the aviation industry through several committees. He currently serves on the Oklahoma Film Commission, is a member of the Oklahoma Business Roundtable and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Tulsa Aerospace Alliance. Mr. Clark is a strong supporter of the University, and is a member of the Athletic Department Executive Advisory Committee. He and his wife, Hilary, reside in Tulsa. He has one daughter and three grandchildren.