Dr. Ken Kickham, UCO political science chair and professor, was featured in WalletHub’s piece on the “Most Fun Cities in America.” WalletHub asked a panel of experts about a variety of topics from increasing the vaccination rate to making the most of a budget, and Dr. Kickham weighed in. Follow this link to read the […]
Dr. Desiree Hill, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication, has published a peer-reviewed article, “PTSD in the Newsroom: A Grounded Theory View of Organizational Leaders and Trauma,” in the spring edition of the “International Journal on Media Management.” The study uses a grounded theory approach to learn how newsroom leaders experience trauma and how they learn […]
UCO assistant professor of political science Dr. Alyssa Provencio recently contributed to NPR’s story, “The Midwest Tornadoes, Climate Change, And The Future Of Extreme Weather.” The piece, about the December 2021 tornados and the present climate crisis, is available to stream by following this link.
Dr. Andrew Magnusson published a chapter on “Zoroastrian Fire Temples and the Islamization of Sacred Space in Early Islamic Iran,” in the volume Islamisation: Comparative Perspectives from History, edited by A.C.S. Peacock (Edinburgh University Press, 2016). Dr. Katrina Lacher published “Where’s the Beef . . . From: Boycotting Burger King to Protect Central American Rainforests,” […]
Dr. Michael Springer and Dr. Mark Janzen traveled with UCO students to London on an Applied Research Study Tour. Their work has been featured on Lambeth Place Library’s blog, A Monument of Fame. On June 15, 2017, History and Geography undergraduate Rachel Watson, MA candidate Caroline Rechner, and assistant professor Marc Goulding, Ph.D, presented in […]