Feature Story: Denim Day at UCO

Jayce Camp, Forensic Science Intern; under the supervision of Erin Logan, assistant Vice President for Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator

CONTENT WARNING: Note that the content of this article may be upsetting or triggering. Topics discussed are experiences and myths of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse.

April is the nationally recognized Sexual Assault Awareness Month to raise awareness and efforts in the prevention of sexual assault, harassment and abuse. Spreading awareness and . . .  read more

Get-To-Know a Broncho

Alexander Olivieri (they/he), assistant professor of Dance

What is your background? 

I am originally from Delaware, and I’ve always had a passion for art, music, theatre and physical activity. I realized dance lived at the intersection of all these interests, so while in school, I decided to abandon the prospects of law school and pursued modern dance. For nearly a decade, I lived in New York City where I had the opportunity to . . .  read more

Preparing for the Annual Shred Event

Annabelle Saunders, assistant Vice President, HR Ops & Tech

Each May, UCO Human Resources sponsors the Annual Shred Event allowing faculty, staff, and students to shred documents and files free of charge.

The documents and files can be of a personal or work-related nature, but please note that the destruction of any public record requires advanced approval that must be requested at least thirty (30) days prior . . .  read more

Zero Dollar Services

Sydney Wood, assistant director of Benefits

Did you know that faculty, staff and their dependents on the $1,250 plan or either Primary Health Partner (PHP) plans have access to certain services at no cost to them? Those on eligible plans can access these services through Zero Card or MDSave. Both programs have contracts with specific facilities and providers that help keep our overall costs . . .  read more

Deer Oaks EAP Monthly Newsletter

All UCO faculty and staff have access to the EAP through Deer Oaks. The EAP provides free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, prevention and education services for you, dependents living at home or elsewhere and anyone who lives in your household. View the monthly newsletter on the Hub.

Feature Story: Inspiring and Empowering Women

Rachel Glass Fairchild, academic advisor and President of Empowerment for Excellence

Women’s History Month originated in 1981 with a proclamation declaring March 7, 1982, as Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress declared March as Women’s History Month. UCO celebrates this month every year with assorted events, speakers and discussions. As we embark on another March honoring . . .  read more

Get-To-Know a Broncho

Sheridan Leake, J.D., Chief Investigator of Equal Opportunity

What is your background? 

My background is in law. I graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2018. Since then, I have worked in higher education for 5 years. Prior to going to law school, I attended courses here at UCO for Administration and Management for Criminal Justice. My bachelor’s degree is also from Oklahoma City University where I earned my degree . . .  read more