Update on Breaking the Barriers Conference

The conference planning group is on its way to finalizing many of the details and are beginning to fall into place. On April 3, our class finally got to formally introduce ourselves to the rest of the University of Central Oklahoma Mass Communication faculty and staff, in which they went over the details of upcoming reception on […]

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2017 Central Oklahoma Debate Institute

Apply to the 2017 CODI Here Dates: July 23-29, 2017 Costs: Registration Before June 1 Cost of Institute: $300 Cost of Housing: $250 Registration After June 1 Cost of Institute: $350 Cost of Housing: :$275 Meal Plan: Cost $150 Covers 3 meals a day, M-F of the camp. The Institute will provide Dinner on Sunday July […]

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Cycling

by: Kyle Factor When you think of a great workout, you may think it has to be done formally in a gym. on the treadmill, weight training, or doing yoga or aerobic fitness classes. One type of recreational activity that may not have grabbed your attention is cycling. Getting out there on your bike and […]

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New Musical Theater Vocal Collections

New to Chambers’ Library are four piano/vocal collections including:   Bright Star (info) “This 2016 Broadway musical was inspired by the collaboration of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell on their 2013 Grammy-winning bluegrass album Love Has Come for You. The vocal selections in this songbook include piano/vocal arrangements of 15 songs.”   Rock Of Ages (info) “Rock […]

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Posting My Headshot!

Hello everyone, just wanting to make a quick update! As you all know, I’ve been running this blog since I got access to it over a month ago. Unfortunately, until now, none of you have been able to put a face to who it is who runs this blog. Well, here’s some good new, I […]

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Building Teacher-Scholar Communities out of Silos

Written by Kristi Archuleta, Ed.D., Adult Education & Safety Sciences; Jody Horn, Ph.D., Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching & Learning — Epiphany is a common word in the world of teaching and learning.  When faculty attend book discussions or workshops on various aspects of teaching and learning, over time lightbulbs start to turn on. […]

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Last Week of School!

Hello, it’s Justin again, giving a little update on where things are at right now. For those of you who don’t know, this is the last week of school of the semester at the time of writing this post. As such, all of us in the organization have primarily been hard at work studying for […]

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Welcome to my Broncho Blog!

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We Have a Confirmed Guest Speaker!

Hello, we have some great news to share today. We are in the process of requesting speakers for the Breaking the Barriers conference, and one is finally locked in. Griff Palmer, a journalist for the New York Times, has confirmed he will be available as one of our guests of honor for our Breaking the […]

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Look who gets the sponsors and partners!!!

Look who gets the sponsors and partners!!! Hello! My name is Sheridan Snyder. I am the Sponsorship and Partnership Director for the Breaking the Barriers Media Conference. My job consists of finding the best possible sponsors and partners for our conference. Our sponsors will consist of local businesses around the Edmond community. Through our sponsors […]

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Derrick Miracle – Multi-Media Director

Hello World! My name is Derrick Miracle and I will be the Multi-Media Director for our conference. Here is a little bit about my background in multi-media. I worked as a Webcasting Director in high school, streaming all of my schools football games to the internet. With that experience behind me, I have been made […]

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Meet the Sponsorship and Partnership Director

Hello! My name is Sheridan Snyder. I am the Sponsorship and Partnership Director for the Breaking the Barriers Media Conference. My job consists of finding the best possible sponsors and partners for our conference. Our sponsors will consist of local businesses around the Edmond, Oklahoma community. Through our sponsors and partners we will gain knowledge, […]

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#FlockGoals: The UCO Geese Story

UCO’s resident geese are no strangers to the spotlight. They’ve been entertaining students for years, first on campus, and now on Twitter, as @UCOGeese. The UCO Geese Twitter account is an extremely popular student-run account, with more than 800 followers. Inside Central got an exclusive interview with the anonymous student who runs the @UCOGeese account, […]

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