PCC's Curator, Lisa Henry, Receives 2019 Distinguished Performance Award

Congratulations to the Political Communication Center's curator, Lisa Henry, for receiving the 2019 Distinguished Performance Award at the University of Oklahoma's 56th Annual Staff Awards Ceremony.

Recipients are chosen based on the quality of job performance, service and dedication to the University as demonstrated by personal activity or achievement in behalf of the University or any of its organizational units, community service or special personal activities.

Congrats, Lisa! And thank you for your service.


Bill Lucas

In honor of Black History Month, we would like to shine a light on Bill Lucas.

Lucas created waves in Michigan’s political force in the 1980s when he decided to run for the first executive of Wayne County and Governor of Michigan. Lucas made headlines as he was seen as a controversial candidate.

Catalog Access

The Political Communication Center's online catalog is undergoing renovations. Unfortunately, this means the online catalog's search function is unavailable. Please direct all search inquiries to the PCC's curator, Lisa Henry. Lisa is available via email or phone at and 405) 325 - 3114. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Super Super Bowl Ads

Super Super Bowl Ads...

The television ads for the Super Bowl have become a hallmark of the game and American culture. They are always some of the most poignant commercials of every year. From Ad Age, take a look...

"Complicit"Ad Causing A Stir


Well, we are all seeing this anti-immigrant ad known as "Complicit" accusing Democrats who support DACA and oppose President Trump's border wall as being "complicit" in every murder committed by an immigrant. Paid for by Donald J. Trump, Inc. and apporved by Donald J. Trump.

We're On Atlas Abscura!

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Our present to you this holidsay season is that you can now find us on Atlas Obscura! Here's the link:

OU Curator Helps Save OETA Broadcasts


Henry Heads To Bean Town



NORMAN – Lisa Henry is headed to Bean Town to help save a vital part of Oklahoma’s television news history and in the process she’s adding a new title to her resume – that of mentor.

Health Department Implosion

Oklahoma's Health Department is $30 million short amid allegations of corruption and mismangement. FBI, OSBI are likely to be involved. People may face jail time. One of the worst mismangements and shennanigans in Oklahoma's modern history.