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Preserving Meadow Brook Art Gallery’s collection
With a strategic plan in place, Meadow Brook Art Gallery stands ready to enhance its stature and improve funding opportunities to further educate and entertain the more than 25,000 patrons who visit it each year.

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New fund for global learning 
OU’s College of Arts and Sciences is creating a fund that, once supported, will help OU students ease the financial demands of working or studying abroad. The Student International Education Fund will provide individual student awards for travel, tuition and boarding costs, and for other expenses related to their experiences.

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Igniting the entrepreneurial spirit
For some local teenagers, the thought of becoming an entrepreneur is a far-away dream, something that only happens to “other” people. SBA’s Entrepreneurship Institute (EI) is helping to change that.

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Endowment champions talent, technology advances
Since its inception in 1997, more than 100 students have graduated from SBA’s Applied Technology in Business (ATiB) program. That number could skyrocket if an endowment for ATiB is established during OU’s comprehensive campaign.

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Research on review
Last fall, School of Engineering and Computer Science faculty and students met with business leaders to review the school’s recent research projects for the second annual research review.

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New board members appointed
Three prominent community members have been appointed to the School of Engineering and Computer Science advisory board. Each individual holds extensive knowledge and specialized skills in the automotive industry.

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Endowment for special needs students
During OU’s comprehensive campaign, the School of Education and Human Services hopes to establish an endowment that will advance one of its most important programs for special education students: the Transitions Program.

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New program eases neurological recovery
Approximately 50,000 people in southeast Michigan are functionally impaired as a result of stroke, head trauma, Parkinson’s or other disorders. A new program in the School of Health Sciences, called Bridging the Gap, will utilize doctoral and graduate students, supervised by clinical and academic professors, to provide free, personalized treatment to those who suffer from neurological disorders.

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School of Nursing turns 30
To commemorate 30 years of successful nursing education, School of Nursing faculty, staff and alumni will be invited to attend a celebration this fall. During the event, attendees will reflect on and celebrate three decades of accomplishments, milestones and camaraderie in SON history.

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Learning from afar
Three Honors College students recently took their love of learning to some far-off locales around the globe.

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