Let Student Success Advisors Help With Navigation Toward Graduation
The Spring semester is over, but students may be facing uncertainty about classes for next semester. Liberal Arts Student Success Advisors can help. Advisors can assist students in determining which classes to take and help students chart the most effective course to graduation.
When you visit your advisor, having an idea of classes you would like to take will put you at a great advantage. This helps us serve you better by allowing us to devote more time to talk with you about GPA requirements, dates and deadlines, opportunities on campus, and other Transformative Learning opportunities.
High School Photography Camp, June 8-12
High school students in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area with an interest in photography are invited to attend Central's High School Photography Camp, hosted by the Department of Mass Communication, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 8-12 in the Communications building. Tuition, which includes all meals, is $350 per student. Advance registration is required.
Mass Communication Students Receive Awards At State Broadcast Conference
The Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association (OBEA) recently presented awards to 15 University of Central Oklahoma students at its annual student broadcasting conference, with UCO students receiving 14 awards in various radio and television broadcast categories.
“I’m really proud of the students’ work this year and of all the hard work the instructors have put in making sure our students are competitive and well-prepared for a career in the media. It was evident in this year’s competition that we are producing excellent media professionals,” said David Nelson, Ed.D., associate professor of mass communication.
In the radio categories, Central students won a total of seven awards. In “Radio Public Service Announcement (PSA),” Mike Ipong, Albert Hellenbuick, and James Rodriguez placed first, second and third, respectively. In “Radio Commercial,” Margaret Flores placed first and Ipong placed second. Ipong also finished second in “Radio Promo Spot” and won first in the “Radio Personality” category.
In the TV categories, Scott Martin won third place in “TV Hard News Story” for his entry, “Teacher Rally.” In “TV Promo Spot,” Jake Scott and Caitlin Sabolich finished first, and Stewart Perryman and Natalie Cartwright finished third. Perryman and Cartwright also won first in the “TV Documentary/Series” category with their entry, “Arcadia Documentary,” and students Youngsun Yun and Phuong Pham placed second in “TV Documentary/Series” with their entry, “Escape.”
In other TV categories, Jeremy Davis and Melissa Neel finished first in the “TV Video Essay” category with their entry, “Cabin Fever,” and Mitch Campbell and Brittney Taylor finished first in “TV Newscast” for their work on “UCentral News.”