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Business Administration

Economic Expertise

Jonathan Silberman, Ph.D., publishes a new monthly column in the Detroit Jewish News
Professor suggests bringing innovation to sectors that are isolated from global competition (like government, education and healthcare) Read about OU's business programs

Education & Human Services

Alumna inspired to donate last paycheck

Retired counselor challenges alums to start a new tradition of donating first and last paychecks.
Camille Klimecki, a two-time Oakland University graduate, gives back to the 'common thread' in her life Explore all degree programs in the School of Education and Human Services

Engineering & Computer Science

'Mud, Sweat and Gears'

Engineering doctoral student appears on BBC show, leveraging a lifetime of experience to transform a car in one day
Read the article Engineering and computer science programs

Health Sciences

Knowing next steps

Students, staff and faculty train to be gatekeepers for individuals showing warning signs of suicide
Suicide IS preventable — know the signs so you can help those in need Learn about OU's programs in the School of Health Sciences

School of Medicine

Kindness Beyond Curriculum

How you'll be able to tell you're being treated by an OUWB trained physician
Dean Folberg is featured on Wing of Zock, a blog highlighting innovations in the medical field Learn about the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

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In the words of Andrew Carnegie, Matilda Dodge Wilson donated her estate in 1957 to provide “ladders upon which the aspiring can rise,” establishing what is now Oakland University. OU shares its 1,443 acres in Rochester, Michigan, with the National Historic Landmark that our founder called home. OU delivers more than 260 degree and certificate programs to 20,519 students who will join a network of over 100,000 alumni.

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