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Liberal Arts Renovations Begin

Fifty years after the Liberal Arts building first opened, and 30 years after conversion of the space to a theater, the curtain comes down on Liberal Arts’ Pegasus Theatre.

AdieuDean Catherine Webster and Pamela Washington, former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts spoke at the official closing of the space on Friday, Oct. 13. Faculty, staff and guests were invited to sign and jot down memories and observations on one of the theater’s brick walls.

The space will be repurposed as part of a multimillion dollar upgrade and renovation for the Liberal Arts Building. Pegasus will close during Fall Break of 2017, signaling the start of the project and the renovation is scheduled for completion in 2019. It will include new office space for faculty and staff, more than a dozen new classrooms, gathering space for students and a new lecture hall.

Abstract Submissions Now Open for NCUR 2018

Abstract submissions are now open for the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), to be hosted at UCO April 2-7, 2018. NCUR is the premier conference showcasing undergraduate student research, creative and scholarly activities. Students wishing to submit an abstract should visit the Office of High-Impact Practices website for more information and instructions. Notifications will be sent out beginning Jan. 23. Contact Michael Springer, Ph.D., director of the Office of High-Impact Practices with questions.

Register Now For Fourth Annual UCO Criminal Justice Day

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Criminal Justice Day is an annual event at UCO.  It is a full day of activities for prospective students.  This event is geared towards high school juniors and seniors, career tech, and community college students who have an interest in a degree and career in the field of criminal justice. Come learn about the Criminal Justice program at UCO, see UCO’s campus, and meet faculty and current students! You will also have the opportunity to visit with criminal justice professionals from local, county, state, and federal agencies.

Current UCO students are welcome to attend the afternoon festivities and meet representatives from the field of criminal justice.  This is a great networking opportunity you won’t want to miss!

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