Mathematics & Science Advisors
Student Success Advisors for the College of Mathematics & Science are located in the Nigh University Center, Room 121.
email@example.com; 405-974-2956; NUC 121
Biology, biomedical sciences, medical laboratory science and students interested in the health professions.
Lindsay earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology- Human Services from the University of Central Oklahoma. Upon graduation, she packed her car and headed west to San Francisco, California! There she attended Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary where she earned her Master of Divinity. Lindsay is passionate about helping students. Since graduating from UCO, she has worked with students in California, Hawaii, and Oklahoma in different capacities. She is excited to return home to the University of Central Oklahoma and help students find success in achieving their educational goals. Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband Chris, son Forrest, and their two dogs, Paxton and Teddi. She loves to hike, camp, kayak, and travel. She is always excited to explore new places, drink local coffee and make new friends along the way!
firstname.lastname@example.org ; 405-974-3766 ; NUC 121
Science Education – Biology, Science Education – Chemistry, Science Education – General Science, Science Education – Physical Science, Science Education – Physics, Chemistry, Chemistry – ACS Certificate, Chemistry-Health Sciences, Actuarial Science Computer Science, Computer Science – Applied, Computer Science – Information Science, Software Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics, Mathematics – Applied Mathematics, Mathematics – Statistics and Mathematics Education
Morgan Cutter was born and raised in Oklahoma City. She graduated from UCO with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice. She is now pursuing a masters in Counseling Psychology through UCO. She has four dogs and loves Harry Potter.
email@example.com; 405-974-2355; NUC 121M
Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics
Christine grew up in the thriving metropolis of Lawton, Oklahoma and attended the University of Oklahoma, completing both her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and master’s degree in Human Relations at OU. In the year 2000, since the world did not end, she moved to Austin, Texas. In Austin, she explored several different careers in elections management, publishing, nonprofit, and social work before returning to the field of higher education as an International Student Advisor at Texas A&M University in College Station. In 2005, she returned to Austin to take a position as an Academic Advisor in the Spanish and Portuguese Department at the University of Texas at Austin. While at UT, she also helped run faculty-led study abroad programs in Argentina, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico, and Spain. In 2014, Christine returned to Oklahoma, and after another short run in the nonprofit world as the Director of Operations for Creative Oklahoma, she decided to return to advising. Christine loves to learn something new every day and welcomes challenges that keep her problem-solving skills sharp. As an advisor, she enjoys connecting students with appropriate resources that enhance their overall academic experiences at UCO.
firstname.lastname@example.org; 405-974-2354; NUC 121S
Nursing and Funeral Service
Karen was born in Lubbock, Texas. She began her college education at Texas Tech University, then put it on hold to marry a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. She traveled around the world for 27 years as the wife of a USAF Officer moving 14 times to locations including Florida, Georgia, Washington DC, Germany, Korea, and numerous others. Along the way, she worked in multiple schools in various capacities developing a deep love for the education career field. She finally received her Bachelor’s degree in Family Consumers Science from Texas Tech University. Karen started her professional career at the University of Central Oklahoma in 2006 as an Administrative Assistant in the Teacher Education Services department and was then promoted to the Coordinator, Teacher Certification and Field Placement, a position she held for almost 10 years. In this position, she got her Master’s Degree in Adult Education from UCO. Karen then followed her true passion and transferred to the Student Success Advising department in March 2016. Karen celebrated her 35th Wedding Anniversary with her husband, Mark, in August 2016. She loves collecting antiques, gardening, and sewing/quilting for friends, family and customers. She spends much of her free time with her grown children, her recent granddaughter and her dog Buddy, a 2-year-old Springer Spaniel. Karen is always there for her students, striving for their success in achieving their dreams of graduating from UCO.