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A collection of scrapbooks from 1942-1943, which were made by Oklahoma school children to document their schools' metal scrap drives in aid of World War II armory and ammunition. Includes short school histories, compositions and drawings by students, and newspaper clippings.
Design Annual, is a UCO campus publication by the School of Design at University of Central Oklahoma (formerly the Department of Design). Published since the 2014-2015 academic year, it is a compilation of works created by students and faculty that demonstrate their award-winning talent.
The Herland Newsletter Archive is one of the collections offered by Herland Sister Resources, which has been serving the women's community since 1983.
The newsletter started out as the Herland Newsletter before quickly changing names to Herland Sister Resources and finally becoming Herland Voice in 1989.
This ongoing project includes 100,000 records from legal proceedings following the historic land openings, beginning in 1889.
View townsite maps, hearing transcripts, deeds, land office records, photographs, receipts, city council meeting minutes, letters, ledgers, and depositions only available in this unique collection.
The scholarly and creative achievements of active and retired University of Central Oklahoma faculty and staff. Items include scholarly publications, theses and dissertations, presentations/posters, research data, open educational resources, and more.
UCO affiliates may complete the Submission Form to submit items for consideration in the collection.
The UCO Oral History project began in the late 1980s and includes interviews with UCO alumni, students, administrators, faculty and staff as well as prominent Edmond citizens.
This is an ongoing project with new interview participants accepted with the completion of a pre-interview survey.
The scholarly, creative, and/or research-related work of University of Central Oklahoma undergraduate students. Items include presentations, posters, articles, book chapters, research data, and more. UCO graduate students may complete the Submission Form to submit items for consideration in the collection.
1903 - 2017 in ArcaSearch | 2013 - 2015 in SHAREOK
The Vista was established in 1903 as the student newspaper of the University of Central Oklahoma. The The Vista gives expression to the literary life of the school, and keeps the students, alumni and the public informed of the happenings on campus.
For more information about The Vista or to read the most current issues, visit The Vista website.
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The Bronze Book is the yearbook for the University of Central Oklahoma, first published in 1909 as the Browser Towser. There was a four year gap until the Bronze Book became a regular publication in 1913 until 2003 when the last edition was printed.
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Dimensions was a monthly lesbian lifestyle magazine published from 1986-1996 based out of Lubbock, TX. Physical copies are held at the library located within UCO's Women's Research Center and BGLTQ+ Student Center. Additional issues of Dimensions can be viewed online via J.D. Doyle's Houston LGBT History Archive
Garments and accessories from prominent members of the OKC Fashion Group, a regional division of The Fashion Group International, Inc. Items range from the late 1800s to 1970s. In 1989, the OKC Fashion Group disbanded and donated items to UCO for use by fashion marketing, costume design, drama, art, and history students.
UCO seeks to engage students in transformative learning in six core areas: Discipline Knowledge; Global and Cultural Competencies; Health and Wellness; Leadership; Research, Creative and Scholarly Activities; and Service Learning and Civic Engagement.
The Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR) Initiative Archive includes documents on setting up a STLR program, including presentations, rubrics, staffing, research, etc.
The scholarly, creative, and/or research-related work of University of Central Oklahoma graduate students. Items include presentations, posters, articles, book chapters, research data, and more. UCO graduate students may complete the Submission Form to submit items for consideration in the collection.
Original research done by UCO students of the Jackson College of Graduate Studies which has been put forth as requirement for earning a Masters or Doctoral degree.
Currently, UCO Masters' Theses published December 2007 through present day are available.
This collection focuses on materials organically created through UCO’s usual course of business which reflect the administration and history of UCO. Current items include commencement programs and budgets. Additional items will continue to be added over time.
Corner of Ayers St. & University Dr., Edmond, OK
The University of Central Oklahoma recognizes the university's main campus is located on the traditional lands of the Caddo and Wichita people.
Visit the UCO Land Acknowledgement website to learn more.