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STUDENTS GAIN INSIGHT ON STATE GOVERNMENT AT OU DAY AT THE CAPITOL
Students heard from a panel of alumni, toured building and observed the State Senate and House in session.
REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER '14, FALL '14 AND WINTER '15 BEGINS MARCH 24
Follow this checklist of things to do — like verifying your class standing to know what date you can start to register — before signing up for classes.
LECTURE EXPLORES 'THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON MUSIC'
As part of its Varner Vitality Lecture Series, Dr. Daniel Levitin blends cognitive psychology, neuroscience and music Monday, April 7 in Meadow Brook Theatre.
SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORTS 6-MONTH ADVENTURE OVERSEAS
Travel award deadlines are April 1 and April 4 -- apply today!
HOLLY KERSTNER RECEIVES 2014 PHYLLIS LAW GOOGASIAN AWARD
Nominated for her tutoring and mentorship of student athletes, Holly contributes to the advancement of women at OU.
AWARD WINNING MODEL UN TEAM RETURNS FROM CONFERENCE WITH EXCEPTIONAL HONORS
Members of the Model UN debate the details of formidable political challenges.
APPLY TODAY TO BE MENTORED BY YOUNG ALUMNI
Leadership OU provides leadership, mentoring, and networking opportunities for junior and senior level students.
ACTOR REVIEWED IN NEW YORK TIMES FOR 'FENCES' PERFORMANCE
In light of his accomplishments, Esau Pritchett will be honored with the 2014 MaTilDa Award for Alumni Achievement in Theatre.
CHANGING LIVES THROUGH COFFEE: BUSINESS STUDENTS CREATING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR A RURAL PANAMANIAN COMMUNITY
A volunteer trip leads to crowd-funding campaign to support the organic coffee business in the area.
EYE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RECEIVES GRANT FOR RETINAL RESEARCH
Research seeks a better understanding of Parkinson’s disease, drug addiction, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and diabetic retinopathy.
OU STUDENTS BROADEN HORIZONS WITH STUDY AWAY PROGRAM
National Student Exchange offers a world-class experience without leaving the United States.
BELLS FOR CARILLON TOWER TUNED AND READY TO SHIP
Learn more about the craftsmanship involved in casting and tuning the 49 bells that will be able to play any composition of music.
AUTOMATION ALLEY OPENS PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT CENTER AT OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
The center will address the tremendous need in Southeast Michigan for affordable training and certification of local employees, students and individuals in product lifecycle management.
STUDENTS PRESENT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE
The original research of three Honors College students covers topics in biology, anthropology and psychology.
JONAS CENTER FOR NURSING AND VETERANS HEALTHCARE GRANT BENEFITS OU SCHOOL OF NURSING
A new grant of $20,000 from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare will fund two School of Nursing scholarships in 2014.
OU RELEASES UPDATE ON TAX FRAUD CASES
The Internal Revenue Service is continuing its investigation of identity theft cases in the community involving the filing of fraudulent tax returns.
HEALTH SCIENCE STUDENT TESTS THE WATERS AT SELFRIDGE
Senior Airman Brandon Reif is tasked with ensuring there's quality drinking water at the Selfridge Air National Guard Base.
OU MOURNS THE LOSS OF FUN-LOVING, OUTGOING FRESHMAN
DeMal Coleman — a resident in Hamlin Hall and a participant in OU’s CORE program — was 18 years old.
FILM WORKSHOP PREPARES ADULTS WITH ASD FOR EMPLOYMENT
OU's Center for Autism collaborates with Joey Travolta to host a film workshop for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
DIA DISPLAYS MURILLO PAINTING RE-DISCOVERED AT MEADOW BROOK HALL
Oakland students invited to observe scientific analysis and conservation of artwork
OLYMPIC ATHLETES TAKE OU DANCE LESSONS TO SOCHI
Two of OU's Dance instructors spent hours at the Detroit Skating Club teaching off-ice dance classes to Olympic ice skaters.
OU RANKS 4TH IN THE COUNTRY FOR PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN FACULTY IN ENGINEERING
American Society for Engineering Education puts OU among national leaders in categories related to women engineering faculty, number of undergraduate computer science degrees awarded.
WXOU EARNS COLLEGE STATION OF THE YEAR — AGAIN!
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation awards gauge the skill and talent of student broadcasters across the state.
METHOD OF TEXTING TIPS TO OUPD IS MORE IMMEDIATE, RELIABLE
Texts should be sent to MRAVE or 67283, and the body of messages must begin with OUPD followed by a space.
OU MOURNS LOSS OF FRIENDLY, ENTHUSIASTIC FRESHMAN
Eric Thomas Pauli, a fun-loving member of the Golden Grizzly Band, was 19 years old.
REGISTRATION OPENS FOR 17TH ANNUAL OU DAY AT THE CAPITOL
A charter bus will transport students, staff and faculty to the capitol on Tuesday, March 11 to observe government in action.
EMERGENCY TEXT MESSAGE ALERT SYSTEM WILL BE TESTED FEB. 11
Students, faculty and staff members not currently registered to receive alerts should sign up at least 24 hours in advance of the test.
SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN TO SEE MODERATE ECONOMIC GROWTH
INFOGRAPHIC: Experts in the School of Business Administration release quarterly reports forecasting a boost in consumer confidence and key economic indicators.
OAKLAND HOSTING STATEWIDE RETENTION AND GRADUATION RATE CONFERENCE
As part of a statewide effort to build a more prosperous future, Oakland University will host its second annual student retention conference Feb 5-6 at the Detroit Marriott Troy.
OAKLAND UNIVERSITY SET TO HOST 2014 MASAL CONFERENCE
The annual conference will feature presentations on more than 30 disciplines in the sciences, humanities and social sciences.
20-YEAR OU STAFFER NAMED AN OUTSTANDING ADVISOR
Over the past 20 years, Renee Ligeski has advised students in Oakland University's School of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, School of Business Administration and College of Arts and Sciences.
CAMP GIVES MIDDLE SCHOOLERS A DOSE OF NURSING EXPERIENCE
Middle school students can learn about the human body, explore careers in nursing, tour a hospital and practice wrapping sprained wrists at The Oakland University’s School of Nursing Camp RN summer program.
BUSINESS SCHOOL MAINTAINS 20 YEARS OF DUAL AACSB ACCREDITATION
Less than five percent of the world's business programs hold this elite accreditation.
POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS HEADING TO SOCHI TO SKATE IN WINTER OLYMPICS
Mitchell Islam and Alexandra Paul will represent Team Canada in the ice dancing category at the games.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY ENCOURAGED TO GET FLU SHOTS
The annual flu vaccine is the single best way to prevent flu and flu-related complications that could lead to hospitalization and even death.
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2014 GOVERNMENT CAREER MIXER
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