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Research


Friday, December 19, 2014


Now in its 11th year, the History Comes Alive series brings "The geography of despair: Detroit's housing in World War II" with Associate Professor Karen Miller on Jan. 14.


Tuesday, December 09, 2014


Results from Dr. Govind's studies were recently published in "Molecular Cell," a top-tier scientific journal.


Friday, December 05, 2014


Early work with MRI changes treatment of reading disabilities in children


Tuesday, November 18, 2014


The funds provide two professorships to continue research to prevent blindness and vision loss


Tuesday, November 18, 2014


Dr. Tamara Hew's research works to reconsider, re-educate and reinforce appropriate fluid intake for athletes.


Friday, November 14, 2014


Dr. Jonathan Silberman, in OU’s business school, says that while Southeast Michigan families still have less income than before the recession, recent figures indicate that the gap is closing.


Thursday, November 06, 2014


To prepare for the play, students and faculty in Oakland’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance sought out guidance from faculty members across disciplines.


Monday, November 03, 2014


Ten Oakland University undergraduate and graduate students will present their work at the Sigma Xi Annual Meeting and International Research Conference.


Tuesday, October 28, 2014


Psychology Chair Dr. Todd Shackelford is the founding editor of "Evolutionary Psychological Science" addressing mainstream psychological and social issues.


Wednesday, October 22, 2014


Graduate and undergraduate students work with assistant professor of Biological Sciences Dr. Mi Hye Song to understand human disease.


Thursday, October 09, 2014


Professor Silberman in Oakland University' business school credits the region's recovery, which is happening at a faster pace than the nation, to the Big Three.


Thursday, October 02, 2014


Rachel Voight contributes to a national research project that examines the impact of scale on ecological experiments.


Wednesday, October 01, 2014


The grant will study the role of oxygen in causing a common type of human age-related cataract called nuclear cataract, which can cause blindness.