Category: News

Willie Calhoun Might Get the Call Soon

Willie Calhoun Might Get the Call Soon

NewsAustin Moseley- July 18, 2017

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. (Provided/ WikimediaCommons).  Willie Calhoun, second baseman for the Oklahoma City Dodgers and one of the top hitters in Minor League Baseball, is a player that Manager Bill ... Read More

Monique Ortman’s Keyboards Adored

Monique Ortman’s Keyboards Adored

In-depthChris Stum- July 18, 2017

(Provided/ Monique Ortman).  University of Central Oklahoma Design student Monique Ortman was recently recognized as the first UCO student to receive  a 'Commended' ranking for her design, "ZED Keyboard Tiles" in ... Read More

No More “Pizza Pizza” for Robber

No More “Pizza Pizza” for Robber

NewsFaith Kelly- July 17, 2017

A suspect in the robbery of Little Caesars is seen leaving the Edmond store on video footage. (Provided/ Edmond PIO).  One of the two Edmond robbers from the Fourth of July ... Read More

New Dean Sculpts a Role at UCO

New Dean Sculpts a Role at UCO

NewsMegan Thele- July 17, 2017

Steven Lee Hansen, M.F.A. (Provided/ College of Fine Arts & Design).  The University of Central Oklahoma’s College of Fine Arts and Design welcomed a new dean, Steven Lee Hansen, M.F.A., ... Read More

Liberal Arts and Communications Buildings Get Summer Classroom Renovations

Liberal Arts and Communications Buildings Get Summer Classroom Renovations

NewsWesley Davis- July 12, 2017

New furniture sits outside first floor classrooms in the Liberal Arts building on July 6, 2017. (Cara Johnson/ The Vista). The College of Liberal Arts at the University of Central ... Read More

UCO Police Investigating Persons of Interest

UCO Police Investigating Persons of Interest

NewsFaith Kelly- July 6, 2017

(Provided/ UCO Police Department).   The University of Central Oklahoma Police Department is continuing to gather information about two persons of interest, after a theft of university property occurred in ... Read More

Bridge to Literacy Teaches Reading to Kids with Disabilities

Bridge to Literacy Teaches Reading to Kids with Disabilities

Main StoryMiranda VanMeter- July 5, 2017

The Immanuel Fellowship Church in Seminole hosts a Bridge to Literacy Program that helps children with disabilities learn to read. New skills are taught at age-appropiate levels following initial assessments. This strategy ... Read More

UCO Enrollment Loses A Spring In Its Step

UCO Enrollment Loses A Spring In Its Step

NewsChristian Tabak- June 26, 2017

A UCO classroom sits empty during the summer intercession. (Cara Johnson/ The Vista).  For the second year in a row, the University of Central Oklahoma has experienced an overall decrease ... Read More

STEM Building Becoming New Gem on Campus

STEM Building Becoming New Gem on Campus

NewsWesley Davis- June 26, 2017

The new STEM building sits at the southeast end of UCO. (Cara Johnson/ The Vista).  The University of Central Oklahoma is in the early stages of construction for the Interdisciplinary ... Read More

UCO MBA’s New Major Updates

UCO MBA’s New Major Updates

NewsMegan Thele- June 26, 2017

Megan Tyler. director of MBA enrollment; Travis Roach, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics; Ethan Waples, Ph.D., director of the MBA program and Stuart MacDonald, Ph.D., professor of finance stand together ... Read More