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Riding to Remember

For many, a ride across state lines is simply a road trip – a chance to wander to new landscapes and venture to new destinations. However, for Dr. Jennifer Barger Johnson, a legal studies and business law professor at Central, a trip across state lines was a trip of remembrance and a trip to be […]

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MBA on the Move

UCO MBA Student Fueled to Succeed in the Classroom and on the Race Track At the spry age of six, Bryce Cornet discovered his passion for racing while piloting his first kart. Fast forward 18 years and Bryce is currently six for six in all Formula Mazda races, has claimed three track records and is […]

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Above and Beyond Award for UCO’s NCUR Technology Team

The Oklahoma Higher Ed IT Summit, presented by The Council on Information Technology (CoIT), took place May 21-22 in Oklahoma City. The conference brings together information technology professionals from around the state of Oklahoma to accomplish its strategic direction. This year’s conference focused on four main themes: campus experience, leadership and strategy, cyber security, and […]

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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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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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No Time? HIIT IT!

By: Drake Johnson Have you ever felt like working out but just did not have the time? Or maybe you think working out takes up to much time out of your day? Well fear not, because there has been documented research that shows significant positive changes in peoples health based off of a training tactic […]

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FINDING THE BALANCE: DIET AND EXERCISE

by James Vaughn Exercising alone can be hard enough. Half the battle is getting to the gym. Then once you are there you have to navigate all of the machines and equipment that seem foreign to you. On top of that you have to worry about your own workout and not focus on anyone else. […]

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Train Your Body to Be in The Circuit!

03.15.2018 By: Kyle Dale, Dayne Sommer, Breion Young, Melinda Murillo, Casey Wissinger Keywords: Circuit, physical fitness, cardiorespiratory, training What is Circuit Training? Circuit training is a form of training that requires the body to engage in endurance and high intensity resistance training. It is performed by having a set of stations, made up of different […]

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Yes, Its Leg Day!

03.13.18 By: Kyle Dale, Dayne Sommer, Breion Young, Melinda Murillo, Casey Wissinger Keywords: Lower body, Upper body, Strength, Resistance training, Muscle In this field we all know that guy that starts and ends the week doing nothing but upper body exercises. Neglecting the legs because they’re not the “show muscle” as we like to call […]

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Ready To HIIT Up The Gym?

03.07.2018 By: Kyle Dale, Dayne Sommer, Breion Young, Melinda Murillo, Casey Wissinger Keywords: HIIT, Exercise, Fitness, Training, Workout  What is High Intensity Interval Training? High intensity interval training (or HIIT Training) is a very popular way to get a good workout in fast! HIIT Training involves combining many movements and very little rest into your […]

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