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What is Civic Engagement?
Civic engagement is a broad term and includes a spectrum of examples ranging from volunteerism and community service on one side of the spectrum to public policy and politics on the other side. As one of the Central Six components of Transformative Learning, civic engagement is central to the mission of the University of Central Oklahoma, educating the next generation of college students to serve as active, ethical and engaged citizens within their local communities, the nation and the world.
The New York Times College Readership Program returns to the University of Central Oklahoma for 2012-13. Free copies of The New York Times are available to the campus community Monday-Friday in key locations throughout campus. If you use The New York Times in your course, please include The New York Times in your syllabus and send an electronic copy to Patti Loughlin, Ph.D., Director of the American Democracy Project, firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 974-5491.
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Constitution Week: September 16 - 20
Guest Speaker: Cyndi Munson
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Pegasus Theater, Liberal Arts Building
Munson, A UCO Alumni and former Vice President of UCOSA, will discuss her journey in community involvement and her decision to run for a seat as an Oklahoma State Representative for House District 85. Currently, Cyndi is the Community Programs Manager for Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Voter Registration Drive
September 16 -20
Locations Across Campus
Register during this time and get a free pocket Constitution
"Not Voiceless" Freedom of Speech Boards
September 16 - 20
Locations Across Campus
Let your voice be heard! Tell us what the Constitution and Free Speech means to you!
Faculty Lunch and Learn
11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
The ADP with the New York Times will discuss how to use the Times in the classroom. Fore more information, email email@example.com
ADP Open Meeting for Staff and Faculty
Will Rogers, NUC
Open ADP meeting. Stop by and find out more about ADP and how to get involved with our upcoming civic engagement projects!