AT&T donates $2,000 to Eastern’s meat science and food safety program


Pictured are (l to r) Treva Kennedy, director of Institutional Advancement; Jayna Santine, program administrator for the EOSC Foundation; Jason Winborn, area manager for AT &T Oklahoma; Carrie Lockhart, meat processing and food safety instructor; Gaylon Brannon, Meat Lab manager; and Eddie Woods, dean of the Agriculture Division.
WILBURTON, OK (Dec. 30, 2013) – AT&T recently presented a $2,000 gift to the Eastern Oklahoma State College Foundation to support the college’s meat processing and food science program.

Jason Winborn, area manager for AT&T Oklahoma, said the company wanted to support an academic program that is unique to the state.

“Eastern Oklahoma State College is the only institution in Oklahoma and the surrounding states that offers an associate of applied science degree in meat processing and food safety,” Winborn said. “We are proud to make this contribution to assist the program.”

Eastern plans to use the donation to purchase new equipment for student use in the Meat Processing and Food Safety Lab.

Back to News Listing