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Business students learn about world economies firsthand
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Professor Cardimen and the nine graduate students are exploring the intricacies of the European Union on an international trip, June 2-17, to Europe. Stops include Budapest, Prague, Regensburg, Munich, London and Oxford.
Biology professors repeat ecological survey after 40-plus years
Friday, June 12, 2015
Keith Berven and Scott Tiegs surveyed amphibian and reptile populations in northern Ecuador. Dr. Berven first surveyed the area in 1971.
OU rolls out new LGBTQ Studies minor
Friday, June 05, 2015
The minor combines historical, social science, interpersonal and institutional investigations of sexualities, sexual identities and gender identities in U.S. and global contexts.
Faculty couple’s gifts show strong ties to students, OU
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Bob and Jackie Wiggins each set aside a $25,000 planned gift to help students in the School of Education and Human Services and the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance.
Dance majors travel to Berlin to learn choreography from German dance artists
Wednesday, June 03, 2015
Dance students studied German contemporary dance by taking technique classes at the Tanzfabrik and learning choreography from German dance artists.
Alumnus creates meaningful legacy using IRA
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Mark C. Bowers established an endowment that will fund graduate student research in OU's School of Engineering and Computer Science.
OUCARES introduces life skills camp for adults with autism
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The camp teaches practical life skills to individuals 18 and older with autism or other developmental disabilities.
Team Grizzly competing at Amazon Picking Challenge
Friday, May 22, 2015
A team of Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science current students and recent alumni have formed a robotics team and entered the Amazon Picking Challenge.
Oakland University Center for Human Animal Interventions to host learning summit
Thursday, May 21, 2015
OU's Center for Human Animal Interventions will be hosting a three-day summit August 12-14 to discuss standards of practice and ethical considerations in Human Animal Bond and Animal Assisted Therapy.
OU's Clinton River Water Festival poised to celebrate milestone year
Thursday, May 07, 2015
The annual event welcomes area fifth-graders to campus to learn about the vital role that water plays in the region. This year's festival is Friday, May 15.