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The inaugural Richard J. Burke Lecture in Philosophy, Religion and Society was held on campus in March. Invited speaker, Holmes Rolston III, distinguished professor of philosophy at Colorado State University and a distinguished visiting professor of bioethics at Yale University, discussed “Challenges in Environmental Ethics.”
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The School of Business Administration continues to demonstrate its responsiveness to helping students easily retool their career paths. The SBA has announced a redesign to the Certified Financial Planning (CFP) program, streamlining the curriculum from seven required courses to five.
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The National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health awarded the School of Engineering and Computer Science three grants to support student research, with an emphasis on helping women and minorities. The grants support three 10-week summer research programs that will enroll a total of 31 students (23 undergraduates and eight graduates) under the mentorship of OU faculty.
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The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) recently recognized the School of Education and Human Services for its development and implementation of a gender equity assessment tool for student teachers. The AACTE awarded OU its 2006 Best Practice Award for Gender Equity, bringing national attention to SEHS.
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A new Master of Science in Safety Management (MSSM) degree will be offered this fall through the School of Health Sciences’ Occupational Safety and Health Program. A cooperative program between SHS and the School of Business Administration, this two-year program is designed to provide students with the business analytical skills necessary for making sound management decisions related to occupational safety, health and environmental issues in the workplace.
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OU’s School of Nursing has developed a new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree that will be available in fall 2006. OU will be the first university in Michigan to offer this unique degree.
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Oakland University’s chapter of Amnesty International, which has three Honors College students on its executive team, held a Faith in Action Death Penalty Discussion in February.
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