What even is the “What Even is?” series?

The “What Even Is?” series is the ADP office’s newsletter on different topics and concepts we believe you should know about. These are only to spark your interest into the topics we select, as there is no way we could explain everything in one to two pages. We hope that these short newsletters can serve to inform and generate civic . . .  read more

UCO Latino College Fair

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - Join us for the UCO Hispanic College Fair! More than 40 colleges and universities from across the United States will be at Cantera Event Center to answer your questions regarding admission, financial aid, scholarships, housing, and degree programs. All students and adults interested in learning about options for their future are invited!

Training Events – 2019

  • Presumed Compliance, Oklahoma Gang Investigators Association, Feb 21-22
  • The Art of Perception, NY Times Best Selling Author Amy Herman, Mar 12
  • Oklahoma Missing Persons Day, Apr 13
  • Asset Forfeiture, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Western District,, Apr 16
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, FBI Dallas, June 15
  • IAI Conference, June 5-7

#CFADWorks: Jessica Shatswell

Alumna and local music teacher Jessica Shatswell sends an update to the UCO College of Fine Arts and Design!

During her time at the University of Central Oklahoma, Shatswell was a part of the Marching Band, Jazz programs and Wind Symphony. She received a Bachelor of Music Education (Instrumental) in December 2015 and a Master’s in Music Education . . .  read more

UCO OIT Brings Campus Communication to the Big Screens

Information on the UCO campus has entered the digital age. More than 300 new information displays have been installed in various buildings across campus. These new displays are effective on both small and large scales. Content management can occur in a centralized location, as messages – including information on emergencies and other campus alerts . . .  read more

Oklahoma-raised Musician Audra Mae Announces 2 Homecoming Performances; Donation of Show Proceeds to ACM@UCO

Singer-songwriter Audra Mae in a pink bomber jacket and wearing a ponytail. She performs June 14 at Honest Ron’s Guitar Shop, and that night at The Blue Door in Oklahoma City.

You’re probably familiar with her work even if you don’t recognize her name — L.A./Nashville-based singer-songwriter Audra Mae has co-written award-nominated songs for an array of chart-topping artists such as Celine Dion, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and Miranda Lambert, among others.

The Oklahoma native recently announced a live stream . . .  read more

Mythos and Logos in Transformative Faculty’s Toolkits

Greek philosophers

Transformative Learning (TL) is an instructional approach well suited to helping prepare graduates for the new world of work, which Reich (2019) and others say is increasingly characterized by contingent contracts and a gig economy. TL helps students discover themselves via reflection, an important step toward being able to narrate themselves successfully . . .  read more

J.O.B. Employment as an Adult Student

Returning to school as an adult student often creates unforeseen budget and time management hardships. The first semester of an academic program can be full of obstacles that have nothing to do with your intelligence or academic abilities. To balance your new academic demands and still meet your financial demands, you may find yourself in the J.O.B . . .  read more