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Visiting Scholars Help Expand Liberal Arts' Global Reach

Dr. Sridhar Krishnaswami, Head of the School of Media Studeis at SRM University in India, meets with members of the College of Liberal Arts faculty and administration to discuss opportunities for student and faculty exchange.

Dr. Sridhar Krishnaswami, Head of the School of Media Studies at SRM University in India, meets with members of the College of Liberal Arts faculty and administration to discuss opportunities for student and faculty exchange.

The College of Liberal Arts is making quite a few international contacts this fall. Dr. Sridhar Krishnaswami, from SRM University in Chennai, India, recently met with UCO faculty to discuss opportunities for student and faculty exchange. Mass Communication’s David Nelson, has collaborated with Dr. Krishnaswami and his students both in India and here in Oklahoma.

In addition, Dr. Hanna Mamzer, an assistant professor in the Sociology Department of the Adam Mickiewicz University/Poznan, Poland visited the campus in the first week of October, followed by Monika Kopytowska, Ph. D. from the Department of Pragmatics (in the Institute of English), University of Lodz, Poland in the third week of October. 

These faculty follow interdisciplinary routes of scholarship and taught or visited classes in several disciplines, such as Mass Communication, Philosophy or Sociology, among others.  UCO has welcomed students from these institutions and is looking forward to sending our students to these centers of higher education.


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Tutors are available to help students with work in a range of courses. And studies show that students who use tutoring services can see an entire letter-grade of improvement in a class.

For more information, visit Tutoring Central or contact the head of your department to find out what tutoring services are available.


Fulfill Your Language Requirement

The Department of Modern Languages offers a number of courses to assist students in the fulfillment of language requirements.

As part of the effort to ensure globally competent graduates who can work in any corner of the globe, the department now offers a course in Korean. The Korean economy is one of the fastest-growing in the world and the country has become a leader in automotive and technological industries. The World Trade Organization ranks the Republic of Korea fifth, behind the European Union, China, the United States, and Japan in terms of trade volume.

Find out more about learning Korean from the Department of Modern Languages.