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The New Freshmen
Find out more about today’s freshmen by reading the OU freshman survey report.
Seeing the World Through New Eyes
Mary Sloan taught hundreds of special education students and now makes international eye care her mission with the Voluntary Optometric Service to Humanity.
Banking On a Solid Foundation
Michael Vallee made it in business and gives back to the community as a volunteer and former member of the OU School of Business Administration’s Board of Visitors.
Winning the Game of Life
Elaine Henshon designed electronic games, influenced women in engineering and believes in a generation of Special Olympians.
Graduates keep workers safe and sound using skills they learned from OU’s Industrial Health and Safety Program.
Alumnus Brian Gregory takes charge as University of Dayton’s new head coach. Keep tabs on his new team’s progress.
Rx For a Good Relationship
On WNIC 100.3 FM’s Breakfast Club program, Terry Orbuch, associate professor of sociology is the Love Doctor. The Love Doctor’s next relationship enrichment workshop is Tuesday, Dec. 9, from 7-9 pm. at the Westin Hotel in Southfield. Register for the workshop at the Love Doctor website.
Tracking millions of online messages, OU business professor’s research examines how chat rooms influence investor decisions. Learn more about Balaji Rajagopalan and SBA’s Decision and Information Sciences Department.
Letters to the Editor
Send letters to the editor for publication to OUMag@oakland.edu. Please include your name, address, a phone number and your e-mail address. Letters may be edited for space and clarity.
Learn more about OU’s new degree programs including the MA in liberal studies, MS in adult/gerontological nurse practitioner, MS in nursing education and BA in studio art.
Read about the advantages of the OU-City of Rochester Hills partnership at The News @ OU.
Find out about the many opportunities OU offers its students to study and teach abroad by visiting the new International Education website.
Check out the improved News @ OU website and stay connected to Oakland University.
Learn more about the academic and other offerings of OU’s College of Arts and Sciences and School of Business Administration by surfing their websites.
Giving to OU
Visitors to the university’s website now can make a secure gift to OU and sign up or renew their OU Alumni Association (OUAA) membership with a few simple clicks of the mouse and their credit or debit card.
For the latest news on OU’s athletic teams, visit the OU Athletics website.
Visit the Center for Student Activities website for news on OU’s various club sports.
Check out the Oakland University Alumni Association website for the latest OUAA news and information. You also can join or renew your OUAA membership online through this website.
The OUAA celebrated the leadership, achievement and service of eight individuals who have made significant contributions to the university at the annual Alumni Awards Banquet.
Call for reservations to an evening with Regina Carter at the Max M. Fisher Music Center for Thursday, Jan. 29, by contacting Jamie Simek at (248) 370-3700, ext 113, or email@example.com.
Be among the first 100 alumni to respond to an opportunity for OUAA members to play on the Katke-Cousins Golf Course for one year for $500 (greens and cart-rental fees not included). Contact OU’s Golf and Learning Center for more information.
Learn more about the next Golden Grizzly Getaway to Rome in February 2004.