Central Tech Store

UCO Tech Store Focuses on You

There have been major changes with the UCO Tech Store in the past year.  The Central Tech Store began as a small retail spot in the Nigh University Center – a come-and-go destination where faculty, staff and students could quickly make a purchase and continue on their way. Now, with a new, much larger space […]

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Things to do in June: Concerts, Album Releases and Dance Parties!

Got some free time on your hands during the summer? From concerts to international album releases to wacky dance parties in the 405, we’ve curated a list of some awesome things you should do in June! June 1: Roger Daltrey new album “As Long As I Have You” releases Preorder ACM’s first masterclass guest Roger Daltrey’s […]

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Message from the Dean – May 14, 2018

First some good news: ACM@UCO Business Development Center manager Derek Brown and The Flaming Lips have been nominated for a Tony Award for the SpongeBob Broadway musical! Department of Art faculty member, Michael Litzau was awarded an Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) Creative Projects Grant! Now a story: The most important stories are the ones voiced by […]

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Things to do in May: See ACM-affiliated bands perform at Heard on Hurd

Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd, a live music, food truck and pop-up shop celebration in Downtown Edmond, will be featuring three ACM-affiliated bands at the upcoming celebration. The Old Bulldog Band, Dr. Pants and Lincka all have ACM ties – show your support by attending! The Old Bulldog Band Dr. Pants – David Broyles (Faculty), Jimmy Jackson (Staff […]

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Unlocking the Secrets of Learning Innovation

Written by Bucky J. Dodd, PhD – The Institute for Learning Environment Design recently attended the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Innovate conference in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition to catching up with many of our collaborators from other institutions, we also unveiled a new visual analytics tool for accelerating learning innovation called the Learning Environment Innovation […]

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Focus and Verbs: Attending the 2018 Transformative Learning Conference

Written by Beth Allan, PhD, Coordinator of Secondary Science Education, Biology Department –   Learning. Student. Transformative. Teachers. Discussion.   These are the most common words from the 2018 Transformative Learning Conference Program. That student, learning, and transformative are the most common words is both encouraging and accurate for what it was like being at the conference. […]

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Message from the Dean – May 7, 2018

First some good news: Summer is here. For many faculty this means an opportunity to reflect, invigorate, and re-engage with personal creative interests. We have dozens of examples, like Eric Hoefer who will attend an artist’s residency in New York, and Emily Heugatter who will be directing summer Shakespeare in Virginia. Faculty and students alike […]

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ACM’s Derek Brown nominated for Tony Award

Our Business Development Center manager, Derek Brown, and The Flaming Lips have been nominated for a Tony Award for the SpongeBob Broadway musical! Read the full story.

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ACM student Maxwell Moore chosen as Spring 2018 Class Marshal

From The University of Central Oklahoma: Maxwell Moore will represent the College of Fine Arts and Design as a spring 2018 Class Marshal with a 4.0 GPA. Moore is an applied technology major from Oklahoma City. After graduation, Moore hopes to pursue a music career in California, as a music or studio technician, as well […]

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The Design of a Dreamer

Uprooting your life to move to another country is imaginably difficult for a 17-year-old from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and yet, for Victor Acosta, a University of Central Oklahoma alumnus, this became his reality. On his 17th birthday, Acosta moved from Mexico to the United States with his family, in the hope of finding a […]

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