HSA hosts Latino Youth Leadership Conference

The Hispanic Student Association will host the Latino Youth Leadership Conference to convince Latino youth to go to college and make the Latino community stronger, at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 9 in the Meinders School of Business. This will be the twelfth annual conference and HSA expects about 200 Latino students ages 17 to 18-years old […]

Campus warned of nesting birds acting in self-defense

Signs posted outside Meinders School of Business warn students about Mississippi Kite birds. The signs read: “WARNING: Mississippi Kite attack birds are currently nesting here. Please avoid this area.” “I was leaving Meinders one day this summer and there was a sign on the door warning me of the birds, which I thought was hilarious,” […]

OCU works with national bank on financial research

OCU partnered with Arvest Bank to conduct research surveys about financial security and its link with holiday spending.

Prizes offered in annual poster competition

Undergraduate students have the opportunity to present original posters and win prizes in the annual Fall Poster Contest.The poster contest is a judged scholarly competition that happens every fall, in which undergraduate students have a way of visually presenting information in any field. The posters usually include graphs, charts, illustrations or words, and must have been done during that semester.

Foreign correspondent leads”Iran and the United States” presentation

Stephen Kinzer will present a presentation titled “Iran and the United States: Permanent Enemies or Natural Partners?” at 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 21 in the Meinders School of Business.

Book about fracking and the energy industry in Powerful Prose

By Submitted Oklahoma City University’s Powerful Prose series will continue with a presentation about fracking and the energy industry at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The presentation is free to the public and will be held at Full Circle Bookstore, the series co-sponsor, in the 50 Penn Place shopping center at 1900 Northwest Expressway. OCU President Robert Henry […]

U.S. Department of State official to speak at International Energy Conference in OKC

Matthew McManus, an official from the U.S. Department of State, will be one of the featured speakers at Oklahoma City University’s International Energy Conference. The conference will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. It is presented by OCU’s Meinders School of […]

OCU Hall of Honor will induct business, community leaders

  Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business will induct five business and community leaders into the OCU Hall of Honor during the 28th annual Oklahoma Commerce and Industry Hall of Honor luncheon on Oct. 29 at the Cox Convention Center. The annual luncheon is organized to honor members of the local business community. Proceeds benefit the […]

Officials schedule TED talk focused on women

OCU will host an independently organized TEDxWomen conference Dec. 5.

Former employee pleads guilty to theft from university

An alumna and former university employee charged with stealing more than $104,000 from the university pleaded guilty this week to the charge.

Film series opens with war film

The Oklahoma City University Film Institute will begin their series on Sept. 22 in the Kerr McGee Auditorium, located in the Meinders School of Business. The first film presented will be “Lore”, a film about the 1945 collapse of the German Resistance during World War II. The movie follows five children, all with Nazi parents […]

Business school to sponsor transportation conference

The Meinders School of Business, along with the Karl F. and June S. Martin Family Foundation, will sponsor the 2013 Energy Policy and Future of Passenger Transportation Conference. The conference will take place on Sept. 17 at the Cox Business Services Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. The all-day conference is designed for all individuals […]

University officials resolve space allocation issues

By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief Administrators have created a proposal to solve some of the space allocation issues on campus. The issues stemmed from the University Special Events Policy, which was created in 2009, but more strictly enforced since July 2012, according to Student Publications’ archives. A committee of faculty, staff and administrators formed in response […]

Space allocation discussions continue

Student senators approved a resolution this week to protest the university’s space allocation policy.

Momaday to speak on campus

By Susannah Waite, Staff Writer Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and storyteller N. Scott Momaday will give a presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday, October 30 in the Kerr McGee Auditorium in the Meinders School of Business. The event is free to the public. Momaday is known as one of the best storytellers in America. He won the […]

Former OCU Faculty Member Dies

By Rikki George, Web Editor Former OCU Adjunct Faculty, Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Tom Heggy died on August 17. Heggy worked at OCU for more than 30 years, ending his career with the University in 2001. A celebration of Heggy’s life is scheduled for this Saturday, August 27, at 10:30 […]

Student benefits from recommended internship

David Scott, marketing senior, might have made a difference in the community to help prepare the future leaders of our state.

University to host inaugural TEDxOKC event

Students will be among 200 attendees of an April 8 event on campus that will challenge 17 presenters will give the “talk of their lives.”

Not-for-profit management major at risk of discontinuing

The standing of a Meinders School of Business degree program might be in jeopardy. The school’s not-for-profit management and leadership major is uncertain.

Documentary film series shakes mountains

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City University Documentary Film Series continues at 2 p.m. April 10 in the Kerr McGee Auditorium with Pamela Yates and Thomas Sigel’s “When the Mountains Tremble.”

Women in leadership topic of March 31 business school panel

OKLAHOMA CITY – A panel discussion focused on women in leadership at Meinders School of Business will feature executive panelists from Chesapekake Energy, Charles Machine Works, the Chickasaw Nation and United Way.

From the Federal bench to the college classroom

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City University will celebrate the inauguration of President Robert Henry with a series of events beginning April 3 with a worship service and a concert production of the Berlioz Requiem. The theme of the inauguration series is “Make Our Garden Grow.” Leading figures in academia and dignitaries from far and near […]

Energy secretary to speak at new OCU conference

Oklahoma Secretary of Energy Michael Ming will speak this month at Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business about the future of energy for the inaugural Karl F. and June S. Martin Family Foundation Energy Management Speaker Series.

Students to compete in technology competition

Students in the Meinders School of Business are formulating business plans to submit to innovation to enterprise, or i2E.

Nursing students, faculty settle into new home

The start of the new semester marks a new beginning of one department full of students and faculty on campus.

OCU alumnus Brooks Douglass explores patterns of ‘Heaven’s Rain’

OKLAHOMA CITY — The writer and producer of an autobiographical movie will screen his film and discuss its emotional impacts via a panel discussion at 2 p.m. Feb. 13 in Oklahoma City University’s Kerr McGee Auditorium in the Meinders School of Business at McKinley Avenue and N.W. 27th Street. The event is free and open to the public.

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