College of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

W. Steven Pray, Ph.D., D.Ph.

Bernhardt Professor of Pharmacy

PAX 102
100 Campus Drive
Weatherford, OK 73096

580.774.3257 (Phone)
580.774.7020 (Fax)
steve.pray@swosu.edu

Educational Background:

Degree Institution Area of Study
B.S. SWOSU Pharmacy
M.P.H. University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Health Administration
Ph.D. Purdue University Clinical Pharmacy/Pharmacy Practice

Scholarly Interests and Research Areas:

  • Nonprescription Products/Self-Care
  • Unproven Products (e.g., dietary "supplements")
  • History of Pharmacy Law

Courses Taught:

Nonprescription Products Pharm 5054
Community Pharmacy Pharm 3813

Curriculum Vitae:

Experience:

  • Extern Pharmacist: Jones Drug, Broken Arrow, OK, 1970, Oertle's Pharmacy, Tulsa, OK, 1971.
  • Intern Pharmacist: Oertle's Pharmacy, Tulsa, OK, 1972, Ross Drug, Broken Arrow, OK, 1972-73.
  • Staff Pharmacist: Getman Drug #3, Tulsa, OK, 1973, St. Francis Hospital Pharmacy, Tulsa OK, 1973-74.
  • ASHP-Accredited Pharmacy Resident: St. Anthony Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK, 1974-75.
  • Staff Pharmacist: Target Pharmacy, Norman, OK, 1974-75, Fountain Pharmacy, Midwest City, OK, 1974-76.
  • Staff Pharmacist: St. Anthony Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK, 1974-75.
  • Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK
  • Assistant Professor, 1976-86 (Sabbatical leave, 1980-83).
  • Associate Professor, 1986-1992.
  • Professor, 1992-2002.
  • Bernhardt Professor of Nonprescription Products and Devices, 2002-present.
  • Staff Pharmacist: Clinton Regional Hospital, Clinton, OK, 1978-80.
  • Teaching Assistant: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1980-83.
  • Staff Pharmacist (Part-time): Wal-Mart Pharmacy, Weatherford, OK, 1983-2007 (retired).
  • Contributing Editor: U.S. Pharmacist, Jobson Publishing Company, New York City, 1988-present.
  • Independent Contractor: Consultant for industry, providing educational materials in various media (e.g., brochures, videotapes {animated and live-action}, written continuing education lessons, live presentations, satellite presentations, interviews via media {television, newspapers, radio}), product and marketing consultations; 1991-present.
  • Editor: Multi-Theme Courses, Pharmat, Incorporated, 2005-2009.
  • Editor: EXAM MASTER Corporation, 2007-present.

Honors:

  • Departmental Award: Excellence in Teaching, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1982.
  • Glenn L. Jenkins Departmental Award for Most Significant Research Contribution, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1983.
  • Rufus Lyman Award (1985, with N. G. Popovich), presented by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy for the paper "The Development of a Standardized Competency Examination for Doctor of Pharmacy Students."
  • Beta Upsilon Chapter of Rho Chi Award for Scholarly Achievement, 1986.
  • Outstanding Alumnus, Alpha Omega Chapter of Phi Delta Chi, 1997.
  • Outstanding Alumnus, Southwestern Oklahoma State University School of Pharmacy, 1997.
  • AACP Teacher of the Year, 1984, 1990, 1995, 1998, 1999.
  • Bernhardt Academic Excellence Award, 2002
  • Biography published in the “Profiles In Excellence” series, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 10(2), 2003; pp. 69-89.
  • Henry Cade Memorial Award; presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (Baltimore, May 20, 2008); awarded for assistance provided to the NABP in protecting the public health. Dr. Pray discovered an organized NAPLEX security breach, in which the perpetrator(s) gathered and disseminated copyrighted NAPLEX questions. As a result of Dr. Pray’s investigation, NABP suspended administration of NAPLEX for several  months until an uncompromised examination was created.
  • Fellow, The Institute for Science in Medicine, 2011-prsent.
  • 2012 Vocational Service Award, “Service Above Self,” Through His Vocation, Rotary International, January 19, 2012.
  • Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International, May 7, 2014.

Service:

  • Service to Congress
    • Letters regarding danger to the public resulting from Food and Drug Administration OTC Review provided to the Joint Hearing before the Subcommittee on Regulation, Business Opportunities and Energy of the Committee on Small Business and the Subcommittee on Housing and Consumer Interests of the Select Committee on Aging of the House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, 2nd Session, Washington, DC, 4/28/92. Letters bound with hearing records as Appendix; pp. 319-322. Small Business Serial No. 102-75.
  • Service to National Organizations
    • American Society of Hospital Pharmacists
    • Delegate, American Society of Hospital Pharmacists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1974.
    • Faculty Liaison, 1976-80, 1983-86.
    • Information Network for Students Member, 1986-1992.
    • ASHP Foundation Awards Selection Panel, 1991-1996, 1999, 2000, 2006-2008.
    • National Association of Boards of Pharmacy: NABPLEX Review Committee Member, 1987-2003.
    • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy: Lyman Award Selection Committee, 1996.
    • Advised Dr. Josh Sharfstein (Commissioner of Health for Baltimore City Health Department) and Maggie Dietrich (Special Assistant to the Commissioner), on issues regarding a ban of children’s nonprescription cough and cold medications, specifically in regard to bismuth subsalicylate and children’s products; September 11, 2008.
    • Attended “Preventing Unsupervised Medication Ingestions and Overdoses in Children,” (as a national expert on nonprescription medications); stakeholder meeting at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, through special invitation from Daniel Budnitz, M.D., M.P.H., Medical Officer, Health Outcomes Branch, Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. November 13-14, 2008, Global Communications Center, CDC, Atlanta.
  • Service to State Organizations
    • Oklahoma Society of Hospital Pharmacists
    • Liaison with the Institutional Pharmacy Association, 1977-1992.
    • Oklahoma Society of Hospital Pharmacists-Oklahoma Pharmaceutical Association Task Force on Pharmacy in Oklahoma, 1984-1994.
    • OSHP Ad Hoc Committee on Student Support, 1992.
    • OSHP Ad Hoc Committee on Student Relationships, 1994-1997.
    • Oklahoma Pharmaceutical Association
    • Oklahoma Task Force on the Pharmacy Practice Act, 1988-1993.
    • Task Force II: Updating the Pharmacy Practice Act, 1992-1993.

Publications:

  • Books
    • Textbook; Sole Author (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins): Nonprescription Product Therapeutics, an 816 page textbook consisting of 51 separate chapters arranged into 9 sections, with five appendices, 500 illustrations, and numerous algorithms. Published 2/22/99.
    • Book Chapter: "Self Care/Diagnostic Products," in Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, 20th Edition, 2000, pages 1738-1745, co-authored with Nicholas G. Popovich, Ph.D.
    • Textbook; Sole Author (The Haworth Press, Inc.): A History of Nonprescription Product Regulation, a 279-page textbook consisting of 11 chapters, with 37 photographs. Published August, 2003.
    • Contributing Editor (Pharmaceutical Products Press): Dictionary of Pharmacy, 2004.
    • Textbook (with Dr. R. Finkel; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins): Pocket Guide for Nonprescription Product Therapeutics. Published 11/30/04.
    • Book Chapter; Sole Author: "Self Care," in Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, 21st Edition, 2005, pages 2197-2205.
    • Textbook; Sole Author (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins): Nonprescription Product Therapeutics, 2nd Edition. Published 9/12/05.
    • Textbook (with Dr. R. Finkel; Artmed): Guia De Dispensação De Produtos Terapêuticos Que Não Exigem Prescrição. (Portugese Translation of Pocket Guide for Nonprescription Product Therapeutics.) Published 3/20/2007.
    • Textbook; Sole Author (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins): Nonprescription Product Therapeutics, 2nd Edition. (Korean Translation). Published 10/11/07.
    • Book Chapter, Sole Author: “Self-Care,” in Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, 22nd Edition, 2012, pages 2541-2550.
    • Book Chapter, Sole Author: “Self-Care,” in Remington: An Introduction to Pharmacy, ebook, pages 576-579.
  • Journal Articles
    • "The Development of a Standardized Competency Examination for Doctor of Pharmacy Students," American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 49(1), 1985 (Spring), 1-9 (with N.G. Popovich).
    • "Practice Patterns of Postbaccalaureate Doctors of Pharmacy: A National Survey," American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 52(1), 1988 (Spring), 29-36 (with N.G. Popovich).
    • "Quackery: A Deadly Threat to Health," U.S. Pharmacist, 16(5), 1991 (May), 35, 36, 39, 40.
    • " A Challenge to the Credibility of Homeopathy," American Journal of Pain Management, 2(2), 1992 (April), 63-71.
    • "The Pharmacist as Self-Care Advisor," Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 36(5), 1996 (May), 329-341.
    • "The Challenge to Professionalism Presented by Homeopathy," American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 60, 1996 (Summer), 198-204.
    • "Rx-to-OTC Switches: From Prescription to Self-Care," (with N.G. Popovich, G. Newton), Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 36(8), 1996 (August), 488-495.
    • "A Call to Pharmacists," The National Pediculosis Association's Progress, 13(1), 1997 (Winter/Spring), 9.
    • "Head Lice: Perfectly Adapted Human Predators," American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 63, 1999 (Summer), 204-209.
    • “Lactose Intolerance: The Norm Among the World’s Peoples,” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 64, 2000 (Summer), 205-207.
    • Karig AW, Murray JL, Pray WS. Trends in Self-Care. Patient Care 34(15), 2000 (August 15), 57,58,61,65,66,68,69,70,72.
    • Van Dusen V, Pray, WS, “The Hospital Pharmacist as an Expert Witness,” Hospital Pharmacy 35(12), 2000 (December), 1296-1303.
    • Van Dusen V, Pray WS, “Issues in Implementation and Enforcement of Hospital Pharmacy Policies and Procedures,” Hospital Pharmacy 36(4), 2001 (April), 398-403.
    • “Pediculicide Resistance in Head Lice: A Survey,” Hospital Pharmacy 38(3), 2003 (March), 241-246.
    • Pray WS, Bullman R, Covington TM. OTC Medicines Update. In the Over-the-Counter Market, New Products and Added Indications Provide an Important Opportunity for Pharmacists, Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 43(5) Supplement 1, 2003 (September-October), S28-S29.
    • “The Dilemma of the Patient Addicted to Stimulant Laxatives,” U.S. Gastroenterology Review, 2006. 
    • “Non-Prescription Medications—Americans Deserve Increased Safety and Efficacy,”US Pharmacy Review 2006 (London), 31,32.
    • Zierler-Brown SL, VanAmburgh JA, Casper KA, Krypel LL, Salcido AL, Padron VA, Pray WS, Wall AL, Sobotka JA, Engle JP, “Status and Recommendations for Self-Care Instruction in US Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy, 2006,” American Journal Of Pharmaceutical Education 70(6), 2006, 139.
    • “Ethical, Scientific, and Educational Concerns with Unproven Medications,” American Journal Of Pharmaceutical Education 70(6), 2006, 141.
    • “Insulin Availability,” Diabetes Self-Management, 25(3), 2008 (May/June), 71-72.
    • “The Importance of Self-Care in Pharmaceutical Education (Editorial Guest Commentary),” The International Journal of Pharmacy Education and Practice,  4(1), 2008 (Summer), 1-4.
    • “The FDA, Vitamins, and the Dietary Supplement Industry,” U.S. Pharmacist, 33(10), 2008 (October), 10,11,14,15.
    •  “Health Fraud and The Resurgence of Quackery in the United States: A Warning to the European Union,” Pharmaceuticals Policy and Law (Amsterdam), 11(3), 2009. 113-152.
    • Pray WS. “Why Pharmacists Should Not Sell Homeopathic Products,” Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies (Great Britain), 15(4), 2010 (December), 280-283.
    • Van Dusen V, Pray WS. “Medication Errors: Causes, Prevention, and the Apology,” Drug Topics, 155(2), 2011 (February), 36-47.
    • “Orrin Hatch and the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act: Pandora’s Box Revisited,” Journal of Child Neurology, 27(5), 2012 (May), 561-563.
    • Pray WS, Pray GE. “What is the Place of St. John’s Wort?” U.S. Pharmacist, 36(11), 2012 (November), 12-15.
    • Pray WS. “Fraud in the Pharmacy,” Drug Topics, 158(9), September 10, 2014.
    • Pray WS. “One solution to the problem of unused and unwanted medications,” Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 54(5), 2014 (September/October), 462.
    • Van Dusen V, Pray WS, “Recent actions of the US Food and Drug Administration against illegal homeopathic products,” Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies (Great Britain), 19(4): 2014 (December), 177-183.
    • Brooks K, Kessler T, Curry RG, Kerth K, Callen E, Morris N, Van Dusen V, Pray WS, Ellis A, “Philanthropic Pharmacy: Helping Patients in Need,” U.S. Pharmacist, 38(10), 2014 (October), 8-11.
    • Pray WS, “Homeopathic Products Have No Place in the Pharmacy,” Drug Topics, 158(11), November, 2014.

Presentations:

  • "Time Commitment of Hospital Pharmacy Residents," paper to Midwestern Clinical Conference of Residents, Teachers and Preceptors of Pharmacy, Omaha, NE, June, 1975.
  • "Lithium Dosing Recommendations," presentation to psychiatric medical staff, St. Anthony Hospital, Oklahoma City, 1975.
  • "The Development of a Standardized Competency Examination for Doctor of Pharmacy Students," presented to faculty and students at Purdue University, 1983.
  • "A Geriatric Experience Course for Senior Pharmacy Students," presented during American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, 7/14/83, Washington, D.C., with H.L. Mason, D.S. Kitt, C.H. Brown and J.W. Blank.
  • "The Development of a Standardized Competency Examination for Doctor of Pharmacy Students," poster presentation during the Section of Clinical Instruction Poster Session, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, 7/15/83, Washington, D.C., with N.G. Popovich.
  • "Practice Patterns of Doctors of Pharmacy," poster presentation during the Section of Pharmacy Practice Poster session, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, 7/15/86, Toronto, Canada.
  • "Pediculicide Therapy, The Pharmacist's Role," presented to Industry, Public Relations, and Media Attendees at the National Pediculosis Roundtable, Taubman Conference Center, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 5/22/91.
  • "Health Hazards of Non-Prescription Drug Products: Implications for Retail, Hospital and Consultant Pharmacists," presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 2/24/94-2/25/94.
  • "Dangers of Minor GI Problems and Their Self-Treatment," presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 6/22/95.
  • "The Role of the Pharmacist in Oral Health Care," presented to senior Procter-Gamble personnel in the following sectors: Brands, Operations, Retail Sales, Product Development, Cincinnati, 6/27/95.
  • "The Prescription to Over-the-Counter Switch", presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 6/15/96.
  • "The Legend to OTC Switch: From Strict Prescription Control to Purchase in Gas Stations", presented to the Iowa Pharmaceutical Association 1997 Annual Convention, Des Moines, 1/12/97.
  • "Current Problems in Medicine: Quackery in General, Homeopathy in Particular," presented to physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and pharmacists, Great Falls, Montana, 1/22/97.
  • "The Role of Nonprescription Products in Pharmacy Practice," presented to the 50th Annual Convention of the National Pharmaceutical Association, New Orleans, 8/5/97.
  • "Helping Your Patients Achieve Excellent Oral Care," live television broadcast (including question and answer session) to national audience of 400 pharmacies via satellite hook-up, originating from broadcast studios of HEB National Office (San Antonio), 12/19/97.
  • "Patient Triage: The Development of FDA-Based Algorithms," invited poster presented at the inaugural Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 8/13/98.
  • "Overview and Closing Comments," invited presentation at the inaugural Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 8/14/98.
  • "Skills for Communicating About Nonprescription Medications," Keynote Speaker (and Group Facilitator), presented to the Los Angeles Region pharmacists of Long's Pharmacies, Inc., 9/30/98.
  • "Head Lice: Where are We Now?", Keynote Speaker (and Panelist), presented to nurses, public health professionals, teachers, administrators, day care workers, and others at the 1998 Inaugural Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Head Lice Forum, Washington, 10/24/98
  • "The Pharmacist and Alternative Medicine," presented to the student body of the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy, Denver, 10/19/98.
  • "Skills for Communicating About Nonprescription Medications," Keynote Speaker (and Group Facilitator), presented to the Stop'N'Shop Pharmacies, Auburn, MA, 6/25/99.
  • "Hazards of Nonprescription Medications and Devices," presented to the Arizona Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Phoenix, 7/9/99.
  • "Safe and Effective OTCs: A Long, Incomplete Battle," invited poster presented at the second Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 9/17-18/99.
  • "A Vision for the Future of Nonprescription Medications: Wrap-Up and Closing Comments," invited presentation at the second Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 9/18/99.
  • "Nonprescription Products and the Eye," a presentation to the Fall Seminar of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, Tulsa, 10/22/99.
  • "The Pharmacist and Oral Care," to the Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternity (Kappa Chapter) Continuing Education Seminar, Baltimore, 11/14/99.
  • "The Role of the Pharmacist in Nonprescription Products and Self-Care Triage," presented to pharmacists at the 2000 Iowa Pharmacy Association Educational Expo, Des Moines, 1/22/2000.
  • “Self-Care Issues in Geriatric Patients,” invited lecture to the 2000 Summer Geriatric Institute (health care professionals), Oklahoma Geriatric Education Center, 6/21/2000
  • "Issues for Discussion in Nonprescription Products," invited presentation at the third Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 9/23/00.
  • “Overview of Nonprescription Treatment Options For Muscular Pain Management and Dysmenorrhea,” Keynote Address at the National Pharmacists Advisory Board Meeting, Charleston, SC, 2/26/01.
  • “OTC Recommendations in Special Populations,” presentation to the Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Conference, Columbus, OH, 4/7/01.
  • "Issues for Discussion in Nonprescription Products," invited presentation at the fourth Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 9/29/01.
  • “Treatment of Musculoskeletal/Menstrual Pain with Nonprescription Products and Devices,” presentation to the National Community Pharmacists Association Exposition, Las Vegas, 2/7/02.
  • “Women’s Health Issues,” continuing education lesson via satellite to Wal-Mart pharmacists throughout the U.S., Bentonville, Arkansas, 9/10/02
  • “When Your Patient Hurts: Self-Care Options,” invited presentation at the 104th Annual Convention and Trade Exposition of the National Community Pharmacists Association, Nashville, 10/20/02.
  • “Recent Developments in the Treatment of Constipation,” invited presentation to the American Pharmaceutical Association’s 150th Annual Meeting & Exposition, New Orleans, 3/30/03.
  • “Recent Developments in Sports Medicine,” invited presentation to the American Pharmaceutical Association’s 150th Annual Meeting & Exposition, New Orleans, 3/30/03.
  • “Alternative Lice and Scabies Treatment and Prevention Measures,” Address to the Lindane Task Force; invited by Mark Howard of the Environmental Protection Agency; presented at the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, 2/11/04.
  • Chair: Pharmacy Breakout Session; invited by Mark Howard of the Environmental Protection Agency; presented at the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, 2/12/04.
  • "Constructing and Administering Fair and Appropriate Student Examinations," an invited 1-hour podium presentation at the 7th Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 10/2/04.
  • "Sources for Information on Nonprescription Products," an invited presentation at the 8th Nonprescription Medicines Academy, Cincinnati, 10/1/05.
  • “Recently Introduced Products and Changes in the Nonprescription Market,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 3/13/06.
  • “Pharmacists and Nonprescription Products: A Critical Resource—Now and in the Future,” an invited presentation at the 29th Annual Arthur E. Schwarting Pharmacy Practice Symposium, University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy, Storrs, Connecticut, 5/17/06.
  • “The Danger of Overuse of Stimulant Laxatives-And What to Do About It,” Roundtable Discussion with W. Brian Sweeney, M.D., Colorectal Surgeon and Peter Sender, M.D., Gastroenterologist, Digestive Disease Week 2006, Holiday Inn City Center, Los Angeles, 5/21/06.
  • “Nonprescription Medications 2007: Evolving and Expanding Responsibilities of the Pharmacist,” an invited presentation at the 30th Annual Arthur E. Schwarting Pharmacy Practice Symposium, University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy, Storrs, Connecticut, 5/23/07.
  • “Panel discussion: OTC Problem Solving: A Case Study Approach,” with Dr. Nicholas G. Popovich and Dr. Stephanie Ferreri, an invited presentation at the 30th Annual Arthur E. Schwarting Pharmacy Practice Symposium, University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy, Storrs, Connecticut, 5/24/07.
  • “Nonprescription Medications for Oral Care, Oral Problems, Gastric Conditions, and Pain,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 10/4/07.
  • “Nonprescription Products II: Respiratory Conditions,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, June 28, 2008, and Staten Island, New York, February 8, 2009
  • “Safety of Over-the-Counter Medications in Special Populations,” an invited presentation to the 2008 Oklahoma Society of Health-System Pharmacists Fall Meeting, Oklahoma City, September 26, 2008.
  • “Dietary Issues and Homeopathy,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 9/4/09; Long Island NY, 1/23/10; Staten Island NY, 1/24/10.
  • “The GI Pharmacy Care Model,” a 3-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/25/09; San Francisco, 10/8/09.
  • “Nonprescription Products and Devices to Alleviate Pain,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Seattle, 10/17/09.
  • “Caring for Accidents and Minor Injuries,” a 5-hour seminar presented to pharmacists, Tucson, 3/5/10; Las Vegas, 9/24/10; Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, 9/10/11.
  • “Nonprescription Products for Gender-Specific Issues,” a 5-hour seminar presented to pharmacists, Las Vegas, 10/22/10.
  • “Consult Your Pharmacist: Self-Improvement Products,” a 5-hour continuing education program presented to pharmacists, Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, 9/10/11.
  • “Nonprescription Products for Respiratory Conditions,” a 4-hour seminar presented to pharmacists, Nashville, 10/22/11.  
  • “Volunteer Pharmacy at the Agape Medical Clinic,” a career panel for student pharmacists, APhA-ASP Region 6 Midyear Regional Meeting, Oklahoma City, 11/2/13.
  • “Forty-Five Years in Phi Delta Chi—How We’ve Changed,” keynote address at the Phi Delta Chi SouthCentral Regional Conference, Oklahoma City, 3/15/14. 

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