The Broncho Beat – June 2022 Issue

Feature Story: The Importance of DUO Two Factor Authentication Get To Know a Broncho: Jenny Taylor, Coordinator of Academic Success Summer 2022 at UCO Heat-Related Illness Congratulations MDP and LUCO Graduates Keep Moving for a Healthier You Keeping yourself safe…

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Feature Story: The Importance of DUO Two Factor Authentication

Roberta Botello, Executive Assistant to the CIO Q&A session with Matt Barnes, Manager of Information Security Services, Office of Information Technology Q: Hi Matt, what is Duo Two Factor Authentication? A: “Duo’s two-factor authentication (2FA) program integrates an added layer of security of…

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Get-To-Know a Broncho

Jenny Taylor, Coordinator of Academic Success What is your background? I’m a lifelong Oklahoma girl, living in the little town where my family has been for 6 or 7 generations. I put my traditional college student path on hold when…

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OKC Pride Festivals

Rebecca M. Quoss-Moore, Assistant Professor & President of 2SLGBTQIA+ Faculty Staff Association UCO will be represented at both OKC Pride festivals this June. The 2SLGBTQIA+ Faculty Staff Association is coordinating a table for the Pride on 39th Festival, June 3-5, and…

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Summer 2022 at UCO

Lily Peirce, Benefits Specialist We are excited to announce this year, the UCO Benefits Team has partnered with the Department of Wellness and Sport​​​​​​​ to host a Summer Wellness Challenge for UCO faculty and staff. This challenge is meant to…

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Heat-Related Illness

Jeff Mlekush, Coordinator Safety Operations It’s getting hot! Summer is here! Know the signs of heat-related illnesses and know what to do if you or those around you exhibit symptoms. Heat Stroke What to look for: High body temperature (100*F…

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Congratulations MDP and LUCO Graduates!

Jill Lynch-Silva, Talent Development Specialist In recent weeks, we took time to celebrate our most recent graduates from our Management Development Program (MDP) and Leadership UCO (LUCO) program. During the ceremonies we were able to hear their testimony on how…

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Keep Moving for a Healthier You

Aetna Staying active and exercising regularly can help you feel your best. Experts say to get at least 2 1/2 hours of moderate activity a week. But you don’t have to do it all at once. Even 10-minute blocks during…

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Keeping yourself safe from the sun!

Jeff Mlekush, Coordinator Safety Operations Here is helpful information from the Centers for Disease Control about how to protect yourself from sunburn and lessen the chances of developing skin cancer from sun exposure. Sun Safety Skin cancer is the most…

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Deer Oaks EAP Monthly Newsletter

All UCO faculty and staff have access to the EAP through Deer Oaks. The EAP provides free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, prevention and education services for you, dependents living at home or elsewhere and anyone who lives in…

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Staff Senate Updates

Adri Edwards-Johnson, Staff Senate President Many of us wear multiple hats at UCO – Staff Member, Supervisor, Senator; Advisor, Advocate, Adjunct; and so many more that aren’t full of alliteration. We have developed relationships that have allowed us to make…

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Faculty Senate Update

Kristi Archuleta, Professor, Adult Education & Safety Sciences The UCO Faculty Senate holds meetings the second Thursday of each month during the academic year. The final regularly scheduled meeting was held on April 28th. Guest speakers began with Dr. Amanda…

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