EOSC administrators visit with student leaders in Idabel
IDABEL, OK (Dec. 7, 2017) – Eastern Oklahoma State College administrators recently met with a group of student leaders attending EOSC classes on the Southeastern McCurtain County Campus in Idabel to discuss their experiences and plans for the future.
Eastern President Dr. Stephen E. Smith, Site Coordinator Preston Wheeler, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Robin Nevling and Vice President of Student and External Affairs Trish McBeath hosted the luncheon to recognize each student’s academic and leadership success. Attending the event were students Synthia Gauldin, a child development major from Broken Bow; Carrie Huff, a business administration major from Broken Bow; Cheri Palmer, a criminal justice major from Broken Bow; David Garrett, a nursing major from Broken Bow; Kelsey Thompson, a nursing major from Idabel; Kayli Clift, a general studies major from Valliant; and Kyla Rolen, a business administration major from Valliant.
All of the students are Eastern Ambassadors, a group of student leaders who advance and promote the college by serving as a face of the student body. The Ambassadors help organize and participate in all student activities, provide campus tours and promote Eastern in the community and at events such as career and college fairs. Eastern Ambassadors are selected by recommendation of faculty members.
Eastern President Dr. Stephen E. Smith (far right) gathers with students and college administrators during a recent luncheon in Idabel. Pictured (left to right) are David Garrett, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Robin Nevling, Kyla Rolen, Kelsey Thompson, Kayli Clift, Eastern Idabel Site Coordinator Preston Wheeler, Synthia Gauldin, Cheri Palmer and Carrie Huff.