Central Station menu 2.11

Please come support student learning at Central Station. We will be open 10:30-1:00pm in HES111. This semester, we will be take-out and delivery, and you can contact us via centralstationcafe@uco.edu or call 974-5506. We look forward to seeing you!

Soup (TBD)

Butter Chicken with Naan

Nutella Crepes

Central Station Menu 2.9

Please come support student learning at Central Station. We will be open 10:30-1:00pm in HES111. This semester, we will be take-out and delivery, and you can contact us via centralstationcafe@uco.edu or call 974-5506. We look forward to seeing you!

Tomato Basil Soup

French Onion Sliders

Carrot Cake

Scholars of Color, by Faculty Rank

Bar chart showing percentage breakout for People of Color compared to White People among faculty in U.S. higher education at each rank: Professor, Assoc. Prof., Assistant Prof., Instructor, Lecturer, No Academic Rank. People of Color held 36% of faculty positions at the Ass't Prof level, but only 22% at Full Prof level. Data from fall 2018.

Bar chart showing percentage breakout for People of Color compared to White People among faculty in U.S. higher education at each rank: Professor, Assoc. Prof., Assistant Prof., Instructor, Lecturer, No Academic Rank. People of Color held 36% of faculty positions at the Ass’t Prof level, but only 22% at Full Prof level. Data from fall 2018.

Get to Know a Broncho

Dr. Pamela Rollins, Professor of Nursing

What is your background?

I currently serve as professor, assistant chair and Sarkeys Endowed Chair for the Department of Nursing. Areas of interest include public health, leadership, complex adaptive systems, community engagement, social/emotional intelligence and experiential learning. Having retired from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) with almost 30 years . . .  read more

Broncho Brags

You are exceptional, Kimberly Slagle!

Kimberly Slagle, business manager at ACM@UCO, has been awarded the 2021 second quarter Exceptional Performance Award. Kimberly was nominated for rocking it in the year of 2020, keeping faculty, staff and students safe during the pandemic and continuing to be a phenominal support to anyone who asks.

Way to represent, Eric!

Eric Hemphill, manager of Sustainability and Alternative . . .  read more