OUWB associate professor receives $2.4 million grant to study C. difficile disease
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality recently awarded Dr. Sims with a $2.4 million grant to study a theory that could prevent thousands of C. difficile infections and deaths all over the world. This is one of the largest grants Beaumont Health has ever received.
Oakland University biology professor named ‘New Innovator’ in food, agriculture research
Mary Jamieson, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biological sciences at Oakland University, has been selected as a recipient of the inaugural New Innovators in Food and Agriculture Research Award by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.
Model UN wins first place at conference
OU's Model UN team was the top overall winner of the Lake Erie International Model UN Conference in Huron, Ohio.
Kresge Library hosts ‘Food for Fines’ drive
For each non-perishable food item brought to the Circulation Desk at the Kresge Library between Nov. 28 and Dec. 12, the library will forgive $1 in overdue fines.
Board of Trustees announces presidential search plan and committee
On October 24, the Oakland University Board of Trustees created an Ad Hoc Presidential Search Committee to conduct a national search and develop a pool of candidates for the next president of Oakland University.
OU among state’s top LGBTQ-inclusive campuses
Oakland University was recently ranked as one of the top LGBTQ-friendly campuses in the state of Michigan by the Campus Pride Index, which rates both colleges and universities using a five-star rating system.
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