Centralities for Friday, July 6, 2018

Friday, July 6, 2018

Wellness Tip

Preventative health screenings and exams are important elements of health and wellness. Think proactively about health.

Events Today

— Deadline to submit Annual Employee Exceptional Performance Award nominations, 5 p.m. Submit forms to Mary Deter-Billings.

— World Cup live broadcast, The Max Room, Chambers Library fourth floor. 

Upcoming Events

— Surplus auctions end, 3 p.m. July 9. Items are available to view by appointment.

— Deadline to schedule a summer thesis defense, July 13. View thesis packet.

— Strength, Speed and Agility Camp for ages 8-15, 8:30-10 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays July 16-27. Register online. Contact Johnny Watley.

— Splash Bash, 7-9 p.m. July 19, Andy Alligator’s Water Park, 3300 Market Place, Norman. Purchase passesView a flier. Contact Jamie Hadwin.

— Deadline for local religious/spiritual organizations to register for the Interfaith Fair, Aug. 3. 

— Leadership UCO Applications due, 5 p.m. Aug. 8. Contact Jakey Dobbs.

— Residence hall move-in day, Aug. 11. Sign up to volunteer.

— Interfaith Fair, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 23, Broncho Lake. Learn more.

— Deadline to register student organizations, Sept. 7. Learn more

— Read the July issue of Broncho Beat.

Reminders

— Submit signage request forms for approval at least two weeks prior to the event date. Email ucomm@uco.edu for details.

— Centralities submissions are automatically added to UCO's master calendar, the Central app and UCONNECT.

— View the newly redesigned Inside Central, the official blog of UCO. Email blog ideas to ucomm@uco.edu.

— The university's Academic Early Referral System (AERS) is now available to faculty. For more information, email Student Success.

— For severe weather information, including a map of shelters on campus, visit the public safety website.


The greatest of all mistakes is to do nothing
because you think you can only do a little.
— Zig Ziglar


Kudos NCUR Technology Team — UCO's NCUR Technology Team was awarded the “Above and Beyond Award” during the Higher Ed Summit presented by The Council on Information Technology (CoIT). The award is given to an Information Technology (IT) individual or department that went “above and beyond” the call of duty to meet a need for someone else or another department. The team consisted of members of the Office of IT in the areas of networking, infrastructure, multimedia, training, technology support, web and communications, and project management, with an overall goal to deliver a state-of-the-art conference experience. Above are core members of the project team. Front row, from left, are Bill Elliott and Amanda Keesee; back row, from left, are Julio Mata, Stephanie Edwards, Angie Eversgerd and Darren Denham. For more information on CoIT or the NCUR Technology Team, read the latest IT blog post.

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