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Good to be green
This year the OU community is examining the biological, social and cultural conditions that influence the world and shape the environment through books, classes, lectures and events as part of the “Celebrating Liberal Arts: Environmental Explorations” theme. Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences with support from Student Affairs and Academic Affairs, this global perspective on the environment emphasizes the multidisciplinary aspect of an Oakland education.

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Supply side smarts
A new graduate concentration in supply chain management offers School of Business Administration students an important opportunity to advance their knowledge with insightful study of competitive companies.

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Degrees focus on manufacturing
To better meet the needs of the manufacturing industry, Oakland has created a new department of Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE).

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Automotive giants, FAJRI leaders look for new technologies
Leaders from OU’s Fastening and Joining Research Institute (FAJRI) signed a four-way research collaboration agreement with DaimlerChysler, Mercedes Benz and the Material Testing Institute at the University of Stuttgart.

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A new master’s option for working adults
OU’s School of Education and Human Services introduced a new degree option that allows students to earn a master’s degree in teaching with initial elementary teacher certification.

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First DPT students to graduate
Oakland’s School of Health Sciences will graduate its first Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students this December. Twenty-eight students will earn their clinical doctorate degree, and will be prepared to treat and care for physical therapy patients.

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Beyond the classroom
When students in Oakland’s traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program graduate, they are on the cutting edge of health care practice and light years ahead of the competition, thanks to the real-world experience they receive.

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Scholarships attract best and brightest
Two new scholarship opportunities are helping The Honors College continue to attract bright, highly motivated, inquisitive students to Oakland University.

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