Friday, December 13, 2013

I Love The Smell of Autumn

I Love The Smell Of Autumn!

its wings in full length,
in the air with the strongest strength,
She rise,

All over the world, the inspiration,
The magical touch of compassion,
Marks down the blasting fame of the peony,
The queen of purity,
and maturity.
The crisp orange color,
The thundering beat of humming bird wings,
The smell of festivity,
Evoke the satisfaction of life,
The upgrade of writings,
And the magic of overcoming adversity.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

John Schimek: Ncho and OCU

John Schimek
Professor of Music

Phone: (405) 208-5149
Office: BC A204

Professor John Schimek, director of Oklahoma City University’s string program, has been named 2007 Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma chapter of the American String Teachers Association.He is professor of double bass and music education at OCU’s Wanda L. Bass School of Music and a member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic. ASTA presented the award "in recognition of outstanding service to string music education and performance” to Schimek at the annual Oklahoma Music Educators Association conference in Tulsa. Selection was made from hundreds of string teachers and performers in the state, including private instructors, orchestra directors, and higher education professors.
An active music educator, Schimek has presented clinics and performances in 31 states and three continents and serves on education boards at the state and national levels. He has written for state music education magazines and is published in journals such as “Bass World,” “American String Teachers Association, and “Teaching Music.”
An advocate of presenting music to children, he has composed several successful programs featuring the double bass in chamber music. Through his efforts, Oklahoma City University hosted hundreds of bass players, teachers and composers from around the world at the bi-annual ISB convention in 2007. This was the first international music conference on the campus of Oklahoma City University.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Beautiful...Shattered by Joe Fazio


I believe, that life is likened to, a
piece of fine crystal. It can be
beautiful, or in a moments notice,
be shattered, beyond repair.

Friday, October 11, 2013





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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Success comes From Support from Fellow Professors, Funding Staff, and Relavent Organizations...Thanks a Lot!

A faculty's success depends on at least three major factors:

Outstanding work in teaching, research, and mentoring/advising...
Colleagues' approval and successful founding history in his/her subject areas
Supportive department or company bosses

Well, i wish to give a list of names who have spent time looking at Jiahong Wu's ODE, PDE credentials and teaching, public speaking, and research publishing so that Professor Wu become more encouraged, and better featured faculty-Regent Professor of OSU.

The Wus and Yans wish to thank you for your time:

Lenya (Leonid) Ryzhik ---Standford University, Palo Pluto,
Igor Kukavica ---University of Southern California, Los Angeles,
Alexander Kiselev---University of Wisconsin at Madison,
Maria E. Schonbek---University of California at Santa Cruz
Hisashi Okamoto-Kyoto University of Japan
Thomas Y. Hou ---California Insrtitute of Technology
Rober Myers---Oklahoma State University
David Wright---Oklahoma State University, Personal Committee Chair of 2012-2013 Math Dept.
Robert J. Sternberg---Provist at OSU, Stillwater Campus, Oklahoma,
Bret Danilowicz---Dean of College of Arts and Science, OSU
William Bus Jaco---Mathematics Department Head, OSU,
Pamela Fry---Intern Vice President, OSU
Burns Hargis---President of Oklahoma State University,
Peter Constantin---Princeton University Professor,
Birne Bingar---Associate Head of Math Department, OSU
Jeffrey Mermin---Assist Professor at OSU
David Henneberry---Vice President of International Studies..

plus oklahoma state university board of regents committee members...national science foundation of usa, china, america math journals and societies...

 Jiahong Wu, an Oklahoma State University assistant professor of mathematics, has been awarded one of four American Mathematical Society Centennial Fellowships given nationally this year.
The fellowship carries a $40,000 award to support the recipient's research.

Wu, 33, OSU's first winner, will use the fellowship to spend next year pursuing his research at the Texas Institute of Computational and Applied Mathematics, part of the University of Texas, and at the University of Chicago.

Originally from China, Wu attended Beijing University before coming to America in 1992 to earn his doctorate at the University of Chicago. He joined OSU last fall.

Wu studies mathematical fluids mechanics, and he is working on math problems related to the Navier-Stokes equations, which describe fluid motions.

He said the equations were derived in the 19th century by a French engineer, Navier, and a British physicist, Stokes. He said the equations are extremely hard to analyze, and no one has been able to prove that the 3-D Navier-Stokes equations have global smooth solutions, which is what Wu is studying. The Clay Mathematical Institute, based in Cambridge, Mass., has selected the problem as one of its seven Millennium Prize problems, which carry a $1 million prize for their solutions.
UCO student places first
Melanie Fulton, a senior psychology student at the University of Central Oklahoma, recently won first place in the American Association for the Advancement of Science national competition for undergraduate and graduate students.

Fulton's project, titled "Effects of Various Incubation Effects on Creative and Semantic Problem Solving Tasks," was recognized during the association's Feb. 16 meeting in San Francisco.
Fulton received a blue ribbon, certificate and check for $600 from the association.
Bio-informatics session set
Tulsa Community College will hold a workshop about bio-informatics, a new scientific discipline largely concerned with storage and analysis of genetic and molecular biological data, at 9 a.m. March 15 in the Information Commons Building on the college's west campus.

Sandra Porter of Geospiza Inc., a Seattle company that develops software for molecular biology research, will lead the workshop.

Applications for the workshop, due Feb. 28, are available from Victoria Gonzales-Prevatt, Ph.D., TCC Instructor of Chemistry and Biology, at (918) 595-8202.

The Austin Community College Biotechnology Program and Bio-Link, a National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education Center, are co-sponsoring the bio-informatics workshop with TCC.

Since 1997, Geospiza Inc. has specialized in creating effective bio-informatics systems, built from software components specifically selected for government, industrial or academic needs. The following fields overflowed: SECTION = Oklahoma NOW! EDUCATION - FAMILY - PARENTING
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Saturday, August 17, 2013

Mayer, Yahoo’s C.E.O., Goes Chic by New York Times

Mayer, Yahoo’s C.E.O., Goes Chic

Marissa Mayer, the chief of Yahoo, shows her glamorous side in the new issue of Vogue.Marissa Mayer, the chief of Yahoo, shows her glamorous side in the new issue of Vogue.
Marissa Mayer, the chief executive of Yahoo, has appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune and other business magazines. But next month, she graces the pages of a decidedly more chic publication: Vogue.
Ms. Mayer, already a celebrity in Silicon Valley circles, was featured in a stylized photo shoot befitting a Hollywood star. Reclining backward on a shapely piece of lawn furniture, she gazes into Mikael Jansson’s camera, as she tosses back a tablet device.
“She is an unusually stylish geek,” the article, by Jacob Weisberg, says.
“Mogul, Mother, Lightning Rod,” reads the teaser headline on the cover of Vogue’s closely watched September issue, which weighs in at 902 pages.
This is not the first Vogue appearance for Ms. Mayer, who has long embraced her glamorous side. In 2009, while she worked at Google, the magazine photographed her holding a laptop computer. That year, she was also featured in Glamour magazine.
Other female executives have also been featured in glossy magazines in recent years.
In 2008, Erin Callan, then the chief financial officer of Lehman Brothers, appeared in the now-defunct Condé Nast Portfolio. Though Portfolio was a business title, the accompanying photo shoot highlighted Ms. Callan’s elegance, depicting her emerging from an apparently chauffeured car.
A large photograph of Ms. Callan ran with a Wall Street Journal article that year, with a caption that said she was known for being “frank” and “fashionable.”
In May this year, Marianne Lake, the chief financial officer of JPMorgan Chase, was photographed for Marie Claire magazine in a black sleeveless top.
But the latest Vogue feature on Ms. Mayer emphasizes an angle that sometimes makes powerful women in business cringe: fashion choices.

An accompanying slideshow– headlined “What Would Marissa Mayer Wear?” — takes readers through a hypothetical week for the chief executive, narrated through dresses, shoes and accessories. On Monday, for example, an appropriate item might be a Balenciaga floral jacquard full-skirt dress, which sells for $4,903, according to the article. On Friday, a suitable choice might be Bulgari flower cat eye sunglasses, for which the price is “upon request.”
And yet, there is one sign that Ms. Mayer has not fully crossed over: she does not appear on the cover of the Vogue September issue, regarded as the most-coveted cover spot in the fashion industry. That honor went to the actress Jennifer Lawrence.

 See original article here:

 New york times feature on Yahoo Ceo Marissa Mayers

Wednesday, July 24, 2013


They are soldiers in rocket ships,
Spraying stories in Milky way,
They're prompts for poetry,
inspired by the spit of the king,
and by the smell of a solid girl,
when the sun hit the right place,
the tales of the world
are done on soles
in exquisite calligraphy.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Thursday, February 14, 2013 My coffee loves me by Monkey Man

Not dead
Not dying
Just in hibernation
Ever watching
For inspired heat
To raise the muse
From its frigid slumber

For the heat
For the sign
For the muse
In its innocent coincidental form

Thursday, June 27, 2013



dark, fruity,
exquisite skin,
my mouth is watering.
you numb me to taste you, quickly,
with your rich texture,
or you will melt between my fingers...
pleasant smell,
velvet smoke of night and shadow,
haunted leaves.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Take Me Out To The School Yard By Gierra Perez

Take me out to the school yard,
Where you can run laps and stuff,
Buy me some pencils and sharpeners,
I don't care if I get an F.
Let me root, root, root for the home school,
If they don't win it's a shame,
For it's one, two three strikes you're out
At the very end of the semester.

Friday, May 31, 2013

summer song by Alice Anne Gordon


Summer song
summer long
summer sounds
of summer throng

summer light
summer night
summer feels
alive and bright

Floating breezes
fresh and free
gentle sunkissed
bumble bee
curling creatures
sleeping so
marching ants
they come and go
tall grass bends
in sun lit beams
medows shimmer
golden gleams
birds call out
their summer song
dawn to dusk
singing long
bubbling brooks
with silver waters
bluebells dance
like woodlands daughters
velvet moss
enfolds the boulder
tree stumps covered
shadied; colder
smile in their place
mischievious little dainty face

Summer song
summer long
summer sounds
of summer throng

summer light
summer night
summer feels
alive and bright