OU graduate Joyce Greene is the 2012 Library of Congress Federal Librarian of the Year for her work at the Defense Department’s Marshall Center.
Two OU teams will compete against more than 50 robotics teams from around the world at the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, June 7-10.
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OU’s Industrial and Systems Engineering Department launches a pilot certification course for Chrysler Corporation engineers and student interns.
OU’s Summer Student Campus Corps program builds professional skills and work experience while earning money for school.
Dr. Libin Rong will share his research at a conference focusing on computational and mathematical population dynamics in Taiyuan, China.
OU will unite automakers, suppliers, academics and investment leaders to explore new methods to boost advanced manufacturing processes.
As a faculty volunteer, Dr. Courtney Brannon Donoghue will enjoy a behind the scenes experience at the legendary Cannes International Film Festival.
The OU community will celebrate Outstanding AP of the Year Peggy Cooke with a reception from 3-5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22.
OU's SECS and OU INC Clean Energy Research Center will co-host a STEM career summer camp program for area high school students.
James P. Lentini has been named OU's new senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. His tenure will begin on Monday, July 8.
Anansi, an iconic character of West African folklore is the inspiration for an upcoming children's theatre production at Oakland University.
SBA alumna and presidential scholar Elena Popova used her OU experiences to find success as an investment analyst for the Kresge Foundation.
This fall, OU's political science honor society students will write, edit, and produce the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics.
Bonnie Lawrence, 1979 OU alumna, taught for 35 years, raised two children, and recently took flight to Lesotho, Africa with the Peace Corps.
Oakland University will join the Horizon League beginning with the 2013-2014 season, President Gary D. Russi announced Tuesday.
This summer, students will leave the classroom behind to explore global health systems and issues in Paris, Geneva, and Amsterdam.
The competitive grant will bring practical, innovative financial education to high school students, parents and community members in the city of Troy.
Over the past few months, a number of Oakland's political science students have been busy presenting their work at state and national conferences.
Three international graduate students who are native Chinese speakers will teach a six-week series of lessons about Chinese language and culture.
Renowned artists David Shrigley and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye both showed work at a recent OUAG exhibition and are now up for the Turner Prize.
Dr. Erin Meyers' new book “Dishing Dirt in the Digital Age: Celebrity Gossip Blogs and Participatory Media Culture,” hit bookshelves nationwide today.
OUCARES will host its 5th Annual Quality of Life Autism Symposium May 20-21, at the Auburn Hills Marriott Pontiac at Centerpoint hotel.
After nearly 20 years of dedication and service, Dr. Snyder, vice president for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, will retire.
For their dedication and service, Kimberly McWain and David Ollie Ray have been named recipients of the 2013 Sharon L. Wilhelm Excellence Award.
Alexandra Zetye thrives in the major academic programs of piano performance, engineering biology, math and French language.
Middle school students can get a behind-the-scenes look at the nursing profession at Camp RN@OU, hosted by OU's School of Nursing.
HST 390: Piracy in the Atlantic World examines popular images of pirates while exploring historic, social, political, religious and economic motivations.
OU community members should register for emergency text messages to stay informed about safety during a crisis situation.
Tobi Ogunyemi's website unites his passion for cinema, art, video and writing. It also spotlights work by OU’s Cinema Studies students and alumni.
Located north of Kresge Library, the construction of the 151-foot tower was made possible by a generous gift from Oakland supporters, Hugh and Nancy Elliott.
OU will celebrate Founder's Day with several events this week, including the groundbreaking for the student housing complex and Elliott Carillon Tower.