Kyle Tangco, senior Mass Communications major, may not have realized what he was getting himself into when his professor, Mark Scott, asked him to start working on a STLR-funded project called, “STLR Short Film.” Nonetheless, he jumped at the opportunity to be a part of this project, from start to finish! Through conversations with . . .
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Opening Reception: 5 – 7:30 p.m., Aug. 20
Closing Reception: 5 – 7:30 p.m., Nov. 19
Exhibit Open Aug. 20 – Nov. 19
Artists: Patrick Conlon, Christina Giacona, Kato Buss and Matt Fowler
While taking a vacation from our physical selves is often an important part of our day, this work asks you to be present. The work in this . . .
by John R. Wood, Associate professor, UCO¹
In this white paper, I would like to make a case for the University of Central Oklahoma to revise their classroom evaluation process for tenure and nontenure faculty. We need to address the need to change the classroom evaluation requirements for UCO tenure track and non-tenure-track faculty because summative . . .
We plan to open on September 1 (Tues). We’ll post the menu as soon as it is available, but of course we will have our famous Turkey Central & Brownies! We also serve hot & cold beverages.
We’ll be open Tues & Thursdays from 10am to 1:30pm.
We will be following CDC and campus guidelines for safety/sanitation and would be happy . . .
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MeShawn Green, Inclusive Community Advocate
We know research supports the value of a diverse student body, and as our communities become more diverse, value for diversity must also be mirrored in our faculty, staff and administration. It is this diversity – diversity that includes race, gender, age, religion, veteran status, diverse generations, affectional orientation, nationality and . . .
Ana Cruz, Student Success Advocate
What is your background?
I graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in fall 2017 with a bachelor of arts in sociology-human services with a minor in substance abuse studies. During my time away from UCO, I worked for a local non-profit as an advocate for victims of crime. I decided to come . . .
Exceptional Job, Sharon!
Congratulations to Sharon Kelting! Sharon is the winner of the FY2020 4th Quarter Exceptional Performace Award. Sharon, operations manager for the College of Mathematics and Science, was nominated for her dedication and determination to keep operations afloat admidst the pandemic at the end of the spring semester. Working overtime, Sharon made sure . . .