At an annual student leadership conference hosted by OU, area students will explore the complex issues of inclusion and achievement gaps in Oakland County.
Biological Sciences professor Dr. Gerard Madlambayan is awarded a $430,000 research grant for his study of the relationship between endothelial cells and leukemia.
All members of the campus community are advised to adjust travel routes accordingly.
Everything you need to know about April 25-26 commencement ceremonies — from parking to guest speakers.
From Lifetime Achievement to Journalist of the Year, area journalists with ties to Oakland University receive honors from the Detroit SPJ.
Second year OUWB students learn how to make sure every patient is treated in a way that makes them feel safe and cared about.
STEMx Research and Design course connects high school students and professionals in the STEM-related fields.
Students prepare for practicing medicine in a world where 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Five Oakland students presented original research at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference, fielding questions from scholars and audience members.
Jackie Wiggins, Ed.D., Professor of Music Education and Chair of the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance at Oakland University, has been named the inaugural winner of the University’s Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award.
The band won first place in the 1st Section and placed in two additional solo and ensemble contests.
Four veterans are recognized for their outstanding academic performance, leadership and involvement both on OU’s campus and in the surrounding community.
Team members have been inspired by her devotion to Oakland University and the surrounding community.
Project has a special emphasis obesity prevention and is targeted at reducing the number of chronic illnesses for young Arab Americans.
Dr. Chopp wins the prestigious 2014 Abraham White Distinguished Science Award.
OU music professor publishes her first iBook, enhancing the classroom experience for all children, particularly those with learning disabilities.
Enjoy one of the best-known classical music pieces of the 20th-century — sampled by Puff Daddy and Naz — at the April 16 concert at Orchestra Hall.
Whatever the task or challenge put before her, Ellen Keaton wears a smile and frequently reveals her positive attitude by saying, "It's a great day to be a Grizzly."'
The prestigious Nightingale Awards, the only event of its kind in the state, will be held on Thursday, May 8 at theMirage Banquet Hall in Clinton Township.
Faculty recognized for their scholarly achievements, dedication, path-breaking discoveries in research and critical teaching role in educating the leaders of tomorrow.
Students with developmental disabilities kick off Autism month with life-changing experience.
Director of the CERC Jim Leidel works every angle to make OU as self-sufficient as possible.
Sign up to volunteer for the OU Day of Service event to benefit Kids Against Hunger on Friday, April 11 from 9 - 11 a.m. in the Oakland Center.
The 15th Annual MaTilDa Awards to honor outstanding contributions from Music, Theatre and Dance students, alumni and community partners.
Participants will learn how to draw and animate characters and work with design and animation software currently used in the advertising, film design and TV industries.
Services are being held Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5. In lieu of flowers, the Wilson family kindly welcomes donations to the Michigan Humane Society.
Three-time alum and research analyst for Oakland University just had to have the gold Escape with black interior to show her love for OU.
Annie Meinberg and Liz Iwanski will focus on student life, academics and sustainability in their 2014-2015 term as student body president and VP.
This spring, students in the 12-month accelerated program will move into the Anton/Frankel Center in downtown Mount Clemens.
Gordon replaces Chief Samuel Lucido, who retired from the position March 31 after 11 years with the OUPD.
The April 5 event is headlined by two documentary films that spotlight women in male-dominated music scenes.
The Hold on to Hope fundraiser is coordinated through Professor Rinehart’s course that examines persuasion and marketing in health.
Political Science students had the exclusive opportunity to select manuscripts for the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics.
Interactive camps at OU's Anton/Frankel Center in Mount Clemens give 14-17-year-olds hands-on experience in nursing, health sciences, engineering and business.
Joel Lane, a Ph.D. candidate in the Counseling program, earns a national award for his dissertation.
OU partners with HAVEN and Turning Point to raise awareness during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
A volunteer trip leads to crowd-funding campaign to support the organic coffee business in the area.
A new grant of $20,000 from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare will fund two School of Nursing scholarships in 2014.