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November-December 2015 - Photo Gallery

OSU-Tulsa students performing a dental health skit. Dignitaries at the opening of UCO Downtown. SWOSU fall campus.

Dental Health

OSU-Tulsa students performing a dental health skit.

OSU-Tulsa health education and promotion students Taylor House, left, Shawnda Jones, Danielle Givens, Laseandra Dewberry and Emma Bridges perform a skit for children at CAP-Tulsa’s Skelly Early Childhood Education Center.

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UCO Downtown

Dignitaries at the opening of UCO Downtown.

The University of Central Oklahoma celebrated the opening of UCO Downtown with an open house and ribbon cutting at the learning facility located at 131 Dean A. McGee Ave. in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015. UCO Downtown is the site of a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses from each of the university’s six colleges. More than 260 students are enrolled in 27 courses for fall 2015. Pictured, from left, Carnegie Centre Owner and Broker Judy Hatfield, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber vice president for education and workforce development Drew Dugan, Oklahoma City councilman Larry McAtee, Oklahoma State System of Higher Education Chancellor Glen D. Johnson, UCO President Don Betz, UCO provost John Barthell, Ph.D., Center for eLearning and Customized Education executive director Karen Youngblood, Devon Energy vice president for public and government affairs Allen Wright, Regional University System of Oklahoma Regent Susan Winchester, RUSO Regent Connie Reilly and RUSO Regent Mark Stansberry.

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Fall is in the Air

Fall in Oklahoma can produce beautiful scenes like this one at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.

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