Nina SmithProfessor of English
Division of English and Humanities
English Composition I
Central Oklahoma has been her home all her life: prairies, thunderstorms, orange-hued sunsets, and tornadoes. Wherever she have been, books have resided. The inquiring mind always needs another book. Alongside her books, films are parked: silent, classic, current, documentaries. History Channel, Science Channel, Ovation, and Discovery Channel are her most-watched satellite channels for research-based viewing: Battles B.C., Ancients Behaving Badly, Ancient Impossible, Ancient Discoveries, How the Earth was Made, The Universe, Outrageous Acts of Science, Through the Wormhole, How the Universe Works, Space’s Deepest Secrets, What Is Art? etc. Turner Classic Movies is tops for cinema: uncut, shown in the correct aspect ratio, original language, and commercial free! These are all absolutes for the serious movie buff! Her B.A. was awarded to her by the University of Oklahoma, and her M.A. was awarded to her by the University of Central Oklahoma.
Phone: (405) 682-1611 x7141
Office location: Arts and Humanities Center - Room 1E2A