Oklahoma State University

An Evening with Author Patti Dickinson

Co-sponsor, NASA, plans further programming

October 26, 2009

For Immediate Release

STILLWATER -Members of the Native American Student Association (NASA) at OSU met with author Patti Dickinson during a library program on Sept. 10. NASA is now planning a book group to discuss Native Americans in literature. Dickinson's book, Coach Tommy Thompson and the Boys of Sequoyah, is on the group's reading list.

NASA members meet Patti Dickinson

Pictured (l to r): Cho Werito (OSU Alumna), Rochell Werito (NASA President),Patti Dickinson, Dalton Kelley (NASA Treasurer), Ashley Morris (NASA Parliamentarian), Katie Dawes (NASA Social Chair) and Francesca Toledo-Alexander (NASA Secretary)

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URL: http://www.library.okstate.edu/news/fall09/nasapic.htm
Last Updated: 10 March 2010