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May 2014

Saturday, May 31
   Meadow Brook's 'You Never Know' remembers the magic touch of Cole Porter (Detroit News)

Friday, May 30
   Seeing stars in Northern Michigan: How practical is a theater degree? (Petosky News)
   STEM pioneer DAPCEP pushes to reach students early (Crain's)
   How Spiteful Are You? Take The Quiz (WWJ-TV)
   Four new courses planned for Industrial and Systems Engineering at OU (Patch)
   Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Oakland University to offer 4 new courses for students and engineering professionals (Automation Alley)
   Meadow Brook Theatre Guild to Use Recent Donation to Replace Aging Sound Console (Broadway World)
   CSUS names new dean for engineering/computer science college (Sacramento Bee)
   Oakland University dean named to lead UO libraries (University of Oregon)
   New Book and HBO Film Bring Issue off AIIDS Prevention Back to Light (Digital Journal)
   OU Theatre instructor in 'The Fault in Our Stars' (Patch)

Thursday, May 29
   Detroit's New Task Force Report Is "Blight" On Cue (Huffington News)

Wednesday, May 28
   RHS grad earns Oakland University's top honor (Romeo Observer)
   City connects young talent with local business (C&G News)
   Clarkston grad learns lots in Costa Rica (Clarkston News)
   Theatre instructor will be on the big screen in 'The Fault in Our Stars' (Fox 2)
   Oakland University brings “Freckleface Strawberry” to Macomb Music Theatre (Macomb Daily)
   A film set, where adults with autism learn job skills (Michigan Radio)
   Poet Maya Angelou dies at 86 (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, May 27
   Cole Porters "You Never Know" to play Meadow Brook Theatre (Broadway World)
   Rochester Hills resident named 2014 Outstanding Administrative Professional at Oakland University (Patch)
   Oakland U. instructor to appear in “The Fault in Our Stars” (Macomb Daily)
   Oakland U. instructor to appear in “The Fault in Our Stars” (Oakland Press)
   Oakland University professor researches genetically modified food GMOs (Royal Oak Tribune)

Friday, May 23
   Oakland University professor researches genetically modified food GMOs (Oakland Press)
   Student loan debt root of growing shortage in primary care practice, Legislature takes action to help (Oakland Press)
   Science inspires art in auction pieces influenced by researchers (Detroit News)

Thursday, May 22
   At long last love! Cole Porter’s ‘You Never Know’ gets second act at Meadow Brook (Morning Sun)

Wednesday, May 21
   OU employees take off work for their health and a game of poker (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, May 20
   Novak earns Matilda R. Wilson Award (Oakland Press)
   On a mission: Nursing alumni find call to heal in Africa (Noodls)
   FEV North America, Inc. Announces Winners of 2014 FEV Powertrain Development Award (WTHR)

Monday, May 19
   Botox might help treat bladder disorders (Medical Xpress)
   ‘STEAM’ career expo Tuesday at Pontiac High School (Oakland Press)

Friday, May 16 and Meadow Brook Theatre team up for The Andrews Brothers (Broadway World)
   Local Ukrainian leader will help monitor election in homeland (Macomb Daily)
   Summer course focuses on crisis intervention, prevention of self-harm (Noodls)
   Industrial Machinery Market Growth to Double in 2014 (Control Design)

Thursday, May 15
   German students to perform at Marine City Music Festival (Pub)
   Annual poker walk celebrates National Employee Health and Fitness Day (Noodls)
   New Zen center aims to strike a balance (C&G News)
   Growing Your Business, Tools For Success (Automation Alley)

Wednesday, May 14
   Meadow Brook Music Festival celebrates 50 years (Patch)
   MDOT plans upgrade to the I-75, University Drive interchange (Noodls)
   Film shows 17th-century painting's journey from Meadow Brook drawing room to DIA gallery (Crain's)
   Canine geniuses? Why some animals are much smarter than we think (Salon)

Tuesday, May 13
   Amy Butler of Rochester Hills elected to board of EIBC (Patch)
   Oakland University installing bell tower (Fox 2)
   Documentary tells story of 17th-century painting’s journey from Meadow Brook Hall to DIA (Automation Alley)
   2014 Automotive OEM-Supplier Relations Study shows Toyota and Honda on top (Supply & Demand Chain Executive)
   2014 Annual Automotive OEM-Supplier Relations Study Shows Toyota And Honda On Top; Nissan Displacing (PR Race Wire)
   OU INC's executive director elected to board of EIBC (Automation Alley)

Monday, May 12
   Homeless groups say clients struggle for IDs (Free Press)
   AmeriCare Medical, Inc. Partners with Oakland University to Support the 26th Annual Nightingale Awards and Promote Longevity of Nursing Excellence (PR Web)
   Why Do Suppliers Prefer Working With Japanese Car Companies? (WWJ-CBS)
   Chrysler, GM, Ford still have poor relations with suppliers, report says (Crain's)
   Fund alerts and market update alerts (Globe & Advisor)
   Bronze bells hoisted to top of OU's Elliott carillon tower (Macomb Daily)

Saturday, May 10
   City Moments blog *Carillon photo (Crain's)

Friday, May 9
   Trades put a titanium cap on Oakland U's new tower (Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council)
   Clubs honor members, community leaders for jobs well done (Macomb Daily)
   5,000-pound bronze bell, a gift from Elliott Group CEO, arrives on Oakland University campus (Crain's)

Thursday, May 8
   Solen Years *interview with Daniel Meknes (Jewish News)
   Oakland University to Present Lincoronazione di Poppea (Broadway World)
   A Mind For Numbers: An Interview With Barbara Oakley (Geek Mom)

Wednesday, May 7
   Runners rally for Romeo woman battling cancer (Romeo Observer)
   'The Fault in Our Stars' movie features Lorain native (Mining Journal)

Tuesday, May 6
   Oakland University football set to return for second season (C&G News)
   Ablative Solutions Strengthens Its Scientific Advisory Board (Pharma Focus Asia)
   Violinist Joshua Bell to perform with Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Meadow Brook (Mlive)

Monday, May 5
   Local Nurse Recognized For Extraordinary Gift To Patient (WWJ-CBS)
   State of Michigan renews Lean Green Belt contract with the Macomb-OU INCubator for 2014 (Automation Alley)
   Arab-American youth focus of Oakland U nursing school grant (Oakland County Prosper)
   Anton receives honorary doctorate degree from Oakland University (Macomb Daily)
   Take a hilarious USO Tour with ‘The Andrews Brothers’ (Oakland Press)

Friday, May 2
   HealthPlus Brooksie Way Kickoff & Minigrants Awarded (Oakland County Prosper)