Oklahoma’s Statewide Candidate Filing Begins April 8

Oklahoma’s Statewide candidate filing begins April 8. How great would it be if some UCO students consider running for office? If you’re interested in applying for candidacy or learning more about the process visit the Oklahoma State Election Board website. See the candidate filing packet documents on their site to read about requirements . . .  read more

Lasting Generational Change – Part 1 The Start

Generational change begins with someone deciding to take the first step on a new possibility. Beingthe first to take those steps into the unknown can have a lasting impact on the generations behind you. For the many first-generation college students, they are creating new pathways and new ways of overcoming challenges to achieve personal growth and . . .  read more

Feature Story: Introducing “The Hub”

Jill is the employee experience specialist at UCO. She joined the Employee Relations team in January 2019. She has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from UCO and two associate degrees in Graphic Communications and Diversified Studies. She is passionate about relationship building, effective communication and empowering others. . . .  read more

Get-to-Know a Broncho

Victor Santos E Silva

What is your background?

As for my background, I am originally from Brazil and I was born in a very large city called São Paulo. I always saw myself working with computers. Since I was a little kid I had immense support from my grandmother on fulfilling this passion. Every week we would go to a newsstand together and she would buy me computer magazines. . . .  read more

Broncho Brags

Great Job, Deb Gallagher!  

Deb is the winner of the FY2020 2nd quarter Exceptional Performance Award! Deb was nominated by Dr. Brian Lamb, director of the School of Music, for her hard work and success in realigning the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education’s mission and outreach efforts to directly impact UCO art students and each of the College for Fine Arts . . .  read more

Shared Joy and Shared Pain, Shared Humanity

Saasha Reese, Training and Development Specialist 

In her book, Braving the Wilderness, Brené Brown discusses how shared joy and shared pain also reveal a shared humanity. There are moments in history that have such great capacity to bring the masses together. We may just be in one of those moments. While Covid-19 has very quickly changed the way we work and live, we also are in this . . .  read more