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Spanish-speaking residents in the Pontiac area are learning to talk to their children’s teachers. They’re learning how to read food labels and ask their doctors questions. Through the Hispanic Outreach Program provided by Oakland University’s Linguistics Department, these adults are gaining the language skills they need to be successful in their community.
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The School of Business Administration is introducing a Scholars Program this fall intended to give students unique learning and networking opportunities. The program will comprise multiple components.
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Construction has begun on the Department of Electrical Engineering’s on-campus Automotive Antenna Measurement Instrumentation (AAMI). Proposed by Daniel Aloi, associate professor of engineering and director of the Applied Electromagnetic and Wireless Laboratory (AEWL) at OU, the facility will provide faculty, students, researchers and industry personnel with state-of-the-art antenna research instrumentation for research and training purposes.
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Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services soared above colleges and universities throughout the state this year on teacher preparation scores from the Michigan Department of Education.
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Since it was established in 1989, the School of Health Science’s Orthopedic Manual Therapy Program (OMPT) has been gaining widespread respect for its approach to instruction. The graduate certificate program, which comprises 17 credits taught during a two-year period, is designed to accommodate the needs of working professionals.
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Oakland’s School of Nursing has expanded its Accelerated Second Degree (ASD) in Nursing Program to a fourth location: Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center in Dearborn.
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Three Honors College students had the opportunity this summer to explore a particular area of interest in a unique way. Renee Blackburn participated in a national archeology project; CamieLee Frasher ran an art project for at-risk teen girls; and Tawnee Milko traveled to New Zealand with an international volunteer organization.
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