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Student’s dissertation among top five in country
The National Reading Council recently recognized the work of Danhua Wang, a doctoral candidate in Reading and Language Arts at OU. Her dissertation was ranked among the top five at the 52nd annual National Reading Conference in Miami.
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Wise move: OU joins SmartZone
Hot on the tech trail, Oakland University has been instrumental in forming a new Oakland County SmartZone. The initiative combines the expertise and innovation of university researchers with the production of businesses and the tax support of cities to expand existing technology labs and attract research companies.
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OU-Cooley Law School partnership raises the bar
When the fall semester began Sept. 3, students took law school classes for the first time ever on OU’s campus. Beginning law school students enrolled at Lansing’s Cooley Law School can now take the same first-term classes at OU and are eligible for the same scholarships and services as their fellow students in Lansing.
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U.S. poet laureate visits OU
Continuing his outreach efforts to bring poetry back into people’s daily lives, America's Poet Laureate Billy Collins read more than two dozen of his poems before a full audience at OU's Varner Recital Hall on Sept. 13.
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OU scientists receive $2 million grant
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Xiangqun Zeng and Assistant Professor of Biology Gabrielle Stryker received a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for their work to detect dangerous chemicals such as anthrax.
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ATiB named 2002 Program of the Year
Oakland University’s Applied Technology in Business (ATiB) program recently was named the 2002 Automation Alley Educational Program of the Year. The consortium of technology driven companies, educational institutions and government businesses grants the award to an undergraduate or graduate educational curriculum that impacts industry in a positive way.
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Job outlook bright for OU graduates
Despite the tight job market, more than 90 percent of OU grads are finding jobs within a year after graduating. A Career Services survey of 2000-2001 OU bachelor’s degree recipients shows a 93.4 percent employment rate after graduation with an average salary of $38,840.
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OU reaches enrollment milestone
For the first time in its history, Oakland University’s enrollment topped 16,000. Fall 2002 enrollment stood at 16,059 students, a 1.2 percent increase over a year earlier.
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