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Rosen leadership gift helps establish writing center
One of the priorities of “Innovation and Opportunity – The Campaign for Oakland University” is a comprehensive writing center that carries with it many naming opportunities for rooms and laboratories.

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Crittenton Hospital Medical Center Acute Care Laboratory Opens
Crittenton Hospital Medical Center, a dedicated supporter of Oakland University’s School of Nursing, pledged $75,000 in 2003 to create a multimedia laboratory for students to practice real-world skills and use interactive technologies.

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Professor endows first-ever educational leadership scholarship
Before retiring this year, Jacqueline Lougheed spent three decades training people to become principals and superintendents in area schools. By endowing a $25,000 scholarship fund, she will still have a hand in educating future leaders. Lougheed also provided supplemental funds to ensure the first award would be presented for the fall 2005 semester.
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Jack’s Place presents OU with gift to grow partnership
Jack’s Place for Autism at Oakland University continues to expand its resources and programming dedicated to Autism Spectrum Disorders since opening a year ago. An additional gift of $181,932 from the Jack’s Place for Autism Foundation will help take the program, housed within Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services (SEHS), to the next level.

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The experience of a lifetime
For Honors College junior Nicholas Munday, getting ready for class this fall meant hopping a plane and traveling several thousand miles to Argentina. Thanks to an anonymous gift in support of The Honors College study abroad program, Munday and four of his classmates were able to travel the globe, giving them a rare opportunity to live and learn in a country not their own.
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Scholarships help students, university and community
Three Pontiac Central high school students won’t have to pound the pavement after they graduate. They can step right into nursing positions at Beaumont Hospital. Through a new, urban-focused program, Beaumont Hospital is providing each of the students $2,000 each academic year toward a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.
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Smiles for Children raises money for autism programming at OU
The Smiles for Children organization is helping to bring more laughter, fun and smiles to the children served by Jack’s Place for Autism at Oakland University. The charity raised more than $80,000 during its August golf fundraiser and donated the money to Jack’s Place to support the development and delivery of an arts program including theatre, dance, art techniques, and arts and crafts.
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Capital Campaign Kickoff 2005 Gala
Oakland alumni, friends and donors join with students, faculty and staff to launch the university's first comprehensive campaign on April 22, 2005.
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A creative approach to business
In today’s business world, creativity can make all the difference between success and failure. Teaching young people to open their minds and think beyond the usual makes the Entrepreneurship Institute (EI) one of Oakland University’s most powerful programs.
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In-kind donation provides state-of-the-art learning equipment
Oakland University’s nursing program is receiving a state-of-the-art patient bed to train nursing students with the latest technology, thanks to Aileen Werner, territory account manager for Stryker Corporation, and Stryker.
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Scholarship to benefit local student
Dr. Donald L. Golden, founder of D.O.C., is establishing The Donald and Norma Golden Family Foundation Scholarship to benefit a student from the tri-county area of Wayne, Oakland or Macomb each fall.
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Local women’s organization holds fund raiser for Meadow Brook Hall
After visiting Meadow Brook Hall, the Rochester Junior Women’s Club unanimously decided to direct proceeds from its spring fund raiser to assist in renovations to the 88,000-square-foot mansion.
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Making a difference today and tomorrow
Oakland University offers a suite of flexible giving methods to help alumni and friends connect with the university. Whether sharing time, talent or treasures, people can contact OU via the Web, through the mail, by telephone or in person. 

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President’s Invitational Golf Outing supports scholarships and academics
It was a sizzling, sunny day, but the heat didn’t slow the golfers at the fourth annual President’s Invitational Golf Outing in June. “Royal and Ancient” was the theme of the day, with employees of the OU Golf & Learning Center decked out in knickers and wool socks.
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