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Under the Technical Assistance, Consulting and Training (TACT) initiative, the SWCHRS has contracted with the University of Indiana to organize the regional Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access in Leadership (IDEAL) conference, emphasizing its dedication to  advancing human conflict and resolution issues. 

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Southwest Prevention Center staff and local community members were thrilled to represent the Community Alliance of Resources for Everyone (CARE Coalition) for being honored with the prestigious 2024 Major General Arthur T. Dean Chairman’s Award at the Community Based, Advacacy Forcused, Data Driven, Coalition Building, Association (CADCA) National Leadership Forum in Washington DC this week.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

State of Outreach 2024

We are thrilled to share the highlights from our recent event, "Outreach in the Age of AI: Navigating and Adapting to a New Educational Landscape," held on February 19, 2024, at the Thurman J. White Forum Building. At the heart of our event was the visionary leadership of Dr. Belinda Biscoe, Senior Associate Vice- President for University Outreach/CCE. This dynamic gathering brought together nearly 500 staff members (in-person and virtually) from across the College for a day of learning, collaboration, and inspiration.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Introducing Rachel

Rachel . . . . Hard at Work

https://www.kgou.org/show/how-curious/2023-05-23/okcs-american-pigeon-museum

Rachel Hopkins was born in the United Kingdom and moved to the United States in 2010.  After completing her doctorate at Ohio State University, she responded to a job ad seeking someone who liked “distinctive storytelling, solving mysteries, and meeting interesting people,” which resulted in her being hired by KGOU, as a reporter/producer of the station’s signature podcast...

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

KGOU Practicum Students

KGOU Radio has announced its lineup of students who will be learning at the station this semester. Three Gaylord College journalism students – Julia Roberts, Spencer Plato, and Peyton Ferguson – are enrolled in KGOU’s Practicum class. Practicum provides individual instruction to OU students in a real-world environment at the top-rated NPR station in the Oklahoma City radio market. KGOU staff members teach Practicum students about news reporting, announcing, audio editing, operations, promotions, public relations, and the methods used by professionals in public service media.

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Dear Colleagues,

We’re honored to announce the release of Native and Strong Lifeline: The Nation’s First 988 Crisis Line for Indigenous People<https://sprc.org/news/native-and-strong-lifeline/>. This success story features the first-ever 988 crisis line for Indigenous callers, run by the Volunteers of America Western Washington.

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Check out the Summer 2023 OU Outreach Gazette: Connecting Campus to Communities.  

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The Educational Training, Evaluation, Assessment, and Measurement Department in Outreach/College of Continuing Education on the University of Oklahoma campus began in 1999. Its founder and director, Belinda Biscoe, Ph.D., has guided this unit to provide research and evaluation services to clients within and outside of the University.

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Over the past 47 years, the National Resource Center for Youth Services (NRCYS) has established a state and national reputation for offering high-quality, professional training, technical assistance, conferences, and publications. The Center has built relationships and connections nationwide with public and private youth services and child welfare providers.

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The National Center for Disability Education and Training fosters a culture of diversity by encouraging and supporting organizations and businesses that recognize the value and talents persons with disabilities bring to the workplace and implement flexible and inclusive workplace practices. Disability is a natural part of being disabled, and businesses can benefit by taking steps to ensure people with disabilities are included in their workforce.

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