Archive for April 2020

Standing out in the Heartland

We recently heard from one of our STLR Employer Advisory Board members, Alix Orza, about how UCO students and graduates can stand out in the job market. She works for Heartland Payment Systems as the Director of Human Resources, so had some great advice! Heartland delivers credit, debit, prepaid card processing, payroll and payment solutions […]

A STLR Push to Creativity and Trying New Things

[reposted from the Fall 2019 STLR Student Newsletter; written by Ally Weides] Over roughly the last year, I have had the pleasure of working as a STLR Student Communications Assistant. This position has opened my eyes to a lot of different things about my future career, but also my time here as a Broncho. Before […]

Intro to Theatre – Theatrical Performance Essay

[reposted from the Fall 2019 STLR Student Newsletter; written by Camille Farrell] In Alicia Tafoya’s Intro to Theatre class, she STLR-tagged a Theatrical Performance Essay for Research, Creative and Scholarly Activities (RCSA) credit. Students attended a live musical theatre performance and responded to several re ective prompts. Alicia asked students to connect what they were […]

The Medieval Society

[reposted from the Fall 2019 STLR Student Newsletter; written by Ally Weides] The Medieval Society at UCO works to understand and recreate the culture and society of the middle ages. They have been on our campus since 1993 and started out under the guidance of Dr. Stephen Law. However, for the last two years, the […]

Sila Tamang, A STLR Student in Computer Science

[Repost from https://blogs.uco.edu/cms/2020/03/23/sila-tamang-undergraduate-researcher-in-computer-science, March 23, 2020, with permission] I came from a background where for computer class, I played Mario games and improved my typing speed. For a person who entered Computer Science thinking HTML was a programming language, I found it difficult in the beginning. Yet, pushing through that class and proceeding onward to […]