Political Junkies September 18th

The OU Political Communication Center presents:

Political Junkies Forum at UCO
Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018
Noon-1:45 p.m.
University of Central Oklahoma


Robert S. Kerr Room (301) 
Nigh University Center
Garland Godfrey Drive
Edmond, OK

Parking is $1/hour in the visitor lot east of Nigh University Center.

The Political Junkies Forum is open to the public and lunch is provided.
Join us for pizza and politics!

Political Junkies Forums are bipartisan discussions of state and national politics, government and campaigns led by some of the state's top political insiders and experts. The forums include a Q & A session for attendees.

Please RSVP by clicking the button above, or contact us at or (405) 325-3114.

Presented by the University of Oklahoma Political Communication Center and the University of Central Oklahoma Praxis Club.

Keating Headed to Josh Lee Tomorrow

He was the third highest ranking lawyer in the U.S. Justice Department, an FBI agent, an Oklahoma Governor -- and he's coming to OU.

Frank Keating will be the headliner at the OU POLITICAL COMMUNICATION CENTER'S JOSH LEE LECTURE SERIES Tuesday, April 10th.

Keating will be discussing the future of Oklahoma and OU, the Trump-Mueller investigation, Oklahoma's teacher strike and the future of the state and the university at the OU College of Journalilsm and Mass Communication.

A 6 p.m. reception in Gaylord's Inasmuch Commons Area will honor Keating and his speech will begin at 7 p.m. in Gaylord Hall auditorium. A question and answer session will follow.

For more informatin contact: Michael Carrier 405.325.7603/

Presidential Debate Watch Party

Student and public turnout for this year’s presidential debates was stunning. The Political Communications Center and the Julian P. Kanter Archive were two of the OU departments putting a series of presidential election and state question events during the 2016 political year. We joined the OU School of Journalism and Mass Communications, The Carl Albert Center and the OU Libraries to bring the historic events, including two of the three presidential debate watch parties, to campus.

Photo Courtesy of Michael Duncan