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Oakland students, faculty and staff continue to take a multidisciplinary look at globalization as the College of Arts and Sciences explores Global Citizenship for its 2006-2007 Celebrating Liberal Arts initiative.
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SBA
The School of Business Administration has earned a strong reputation in the business community and is leveraging this important partnership to ensure that our students have access not only to the theory but the real world practical application.
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SECS
The School of Education and Human Services is creating a program that will focus on themes related to global urban education. The goal is to promote transnational, intercultural dialogue around urban education issues.
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SECS
The new Computer Information Technology (CIT) major offered by the School of Engineering and Computer Science has seen enrollment steadily rise since its inception.
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SHS
Nearly 100 faculty, staff and friends gathered on April 17 to celebrate the founding of the School of Health Sciences and honor the founder, Dr. Moon Jae Pak. Pak’s early involvement as chairperson of OU’s Health Advisory Committee established the school, which was opened as the Center for Health Sciences.
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SHS
When Paul McGhee, SHS ‘63, tells people to lighten up, he has science backing up his statement. McGhee, who has a doctorate in developmental psychology, is internationally known for his research on humor. As a professional speaker, he regularly offers programs on humor, health and stress management to corporations and medical professionals.
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SON
Approximately 15 nursing students are planning to travel to Padua, Italy, this June as part of a research group headed by Associate Professor Gary Moore.
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SON
The State of Michigan has awarded the School of Nursing $2 million for its Accelerated Second Degree in Nursing Program.
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HC
A senior and a graduate from Oakland’s Honors College earned exceptionally high scores recently on their Law School Admission Test.
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