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OU's 'Cupid Girl' loves her CBS reality gig
Lisa Shannon, CAS '99, will wear her heart on her sleeve all summer long in the newest addition to the reality TV wars, CBS' Cupid, hosted by American Idol's Simon Cowell.
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Nurse anesthesia program among top six in nation
Oakland University's Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia has been recognized as sixth in the United States in the 2004 edition of U.S. News and World Report's America's Best Graduate School Programs.
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Students receive Keeper of the Dream Awards
Recipients of this year's Keeper of the Dream scholarships may be thrilled to earn the award, but their overriding desire to help those in need demonstrates their selfless nature.
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Actors 'break a leg' to help future physical therapists
OU acting students gave new meaning to the term "break a leg" when they served as volunteer "patients" for physical therapists in training. In a collaborative program between OU's Department of Music, Theatre and Dance and the School of Heath Science's Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) program, students from OU's Patient Management Course use the skills they've learned to help actor/patients learn to maneuver.
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State budget crisis affects higher education funding
OU trustees, administrators, faculty and staff spent the winter and spring searching for ways to reduce spending while maintaining a focus on the university's core mission: educating students. But $5.5 million in spending reductions couldn't overcome a state budget crisis and its associated cuts to higher education funding.
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Grant supports eye research
Oakland University's Eye Research Institute received a five-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Eye Institute for Vision Research Infrastructure Development. The award will support two laboratory research modules, Ocular Ultra Structure and Cell and Molecular Biology.
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OUTV wins national awards
Oakland University's OUTV – the university's cable channel – earned five national awards this year: two Telly Awards and three Communicator Awards.
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OU faculty take democracy to Russia
To help forge a free press in the former Soviet Union, a contingent of OU faculty led a series of lectures and seminars on understanding democratic communication and creating a new media system for Russian press secretaries and journalists as well as students attending the Novosibirsk School for a Civil Society in Siberia.
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Political science professor named ACE Fellow
Oakland University Associate Professor of Political Science Dale Nesbary will spend the next academic year working with a college or university president as an American Council of Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2003-2004 academic year. He is just one of 37 fellows selected this year from 500 applicants.
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