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    • Oakland University News: April 20, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-04-20)
      Michigan Science Olympiad at OU ; Annual Chautauqua festival ; Virinder K. Moudgil participates in international research collaboration ; School of Nursing Dean Andrea R. Lindell leads study tours to China and the Soviet ...
    • Oakland University News: April 6, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-04-06)
      Oakland Educational Collaborative task force efforts to improve quality of education ; First Outstanding Administrative-Professional Award received by Rosalind Andreas ; Review of commercial music program ; Forward funding ...
    • Oakland University News: August 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-08-01)
      State funding increase ; Fall hours ; The Glyndebourne picnic fundraiser for Kresge Library ; Donors aid cancer patient ; Women in Leadership Forum speaker: Lieutenant Governor Martha Griffiths ; Consortium of Ethnic ...
    • Oakland University News: February 10, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-02-10)
      OU Senate increases graduation requirements ; GM and OU School of Nursing clinical placement ; OU faculty member William C. Bryant wins National Endowment for the Humanities grant ; Free tours of Meadow Brook Hall offered ...
    • Oakland University News: February 24, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-02-24)
      OU Senate removes N Grade option ; Insurance settlements for Kresge Library rare books theft and stable and maintenance building fire loss ; Center for the Arts sponsors tour of Italy ; Professor S. Bernard Thomas publishes ...
    • Oakland University News: January 27, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-01-27)
      Black Awareness Month events ; Governor James J. Blanchard issues plan for education funds ; Labor Studies Center receives grant awards ; Enrollment increases ; GM scientist Christine Sloan speaks in the Oakland Center ; ...
    • Oakland University News: July 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-07-01)
      Chautauqua at OU ; School of Human and Educational Services reading program ; Awards bestowed during OU commencement ; OU Picnic ; Profile of groundskeeper John Wendland, the "Geranium Cowboy" ; Campus mail service rules ...
    • Oakland University News: June 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-06-01)
      Thomas W. Butler, Jr. named Engineering dean ; Wilson Award winners ; Center for International Programs ; OU trivia game ; Willard Kendall, director of OU Employee Relations Department, seeks term on Oakland County Community ...
    • Oakland University News: March 23, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-03-23)
      Oakland Technology Park ; Handicap Awareness Week ; The Future of Work seminar at the Ken Morris Labor Studies Center ; Swim teams place 2nd, 4th, in national competitions ; Assistant professor Ken HIghtower wins grant ...
    • Oakland University News: March 9, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-03-09)
      OU professor John Reddan to speak at European Meeting ; De Witt S. Dykes, Jr. elected to the board of trustees of the Historical Society of Michigan ; Judith Holmes Memorial Fund ; Poet-in-residence Mikiro Sasaki ; Personal ...
    • Oakland University News: May 18, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-05-18)
      OU forensics team places 10th nationally ; Second International Workshop on Killer Cells ; School of Economics and Management receives L.J. Buchan Distinguished Professorship Award ; OU Chapter of the Detroit Section of ...
    • Oakland University News: May 4, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-05-24)
      Senate approves Health Sciences unit ; Enrollment challenges ; Kresge Library expansion ; Children's Learning Center at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital internship program ; Campus Ministry ; Purchasing rules ; Dicron Tafralian ...
    • Oakland University News: November 16, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-11-16)
      School of Human and Educational Services revises teacher education program ; OU team conducts architectural survey in Macomb County with National Register grant ; United Way fund drive ; Sighted teacher and blind student ...
    • Oakland University News: November 2, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-11-02)
      Cultural exchange between OU and Chengdu University of Science and Technology in China ; Board asks state for increased funds ; Kresge Library addition funding request ; Building construction and expansion ; New trustees ...
    • Oakland University News: November 30, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-11-30)
      Meadow Brook Seminar Revisited keynote speaker Keith R. Kleckner ; Department of Art and Art History chair John Cameron's collection of medieval architecture photographs sold to National Gallery of Art and the Getty Trust's ...
    • Oakland University News: October 19, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-10-19)
      OU opposes amendment to Michigan Constitution: Proposal C; OU research funding exceeds $4 million ; Grading system revisions ; Lecture series sponsored by the Department of Biological Sciences ; Detroit Symphony provides ...
    • Oakland University News: October 5, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-10-05)
      Includes State of the University Address by President Joseph E. Champagne ; Alternative high school in Macomb County ; Associate professor Barry Winkler receives grant for eye research ; Writer's Conference planned ; Meadow ...
    • Oakland University News: September 21, 1984 

      University Relations News Service (Oakland University, 1984-09-21)
      25th anniversary celebration ; George F. Feeman leaves Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Study position to spend a year in Cairo as part of a team assisting Egypt in developing a major technical institute ; Glyndebourne ...