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Water Festival 2009 - May 21, 2009
The Clinton River Water Festival is an educational and enjoyable learning experience for fifth-grade students from the Clinton River Watershed community schools in Oakland County. The festival design allows students to ...
President's Colloquium Series - Yang Xia - October 27, 2010
The president of Oakland University supports a colloquium series to showcase faculty research at the university. Faculty members from any rank and discipline are eligible to apply.
Anton / Frankel Center Exchanging of the Keys - September 22, 2010
Gebran Anton and Stuar Frankel donated the Towne Square II building at 20 Main Street in Mount Clemens to the university, a gift valued at approximately $2 million. OU will rename the building the Oakland University ...
Visiting Professionals: Bill Bonds
Visiting Professionals is a speaker series hosted by Student Video Productions designed to bring industry professionals to campus in order to discuss their career and experiences with students.
Keeper of the Dream - January 10, 2009
Keeper of the Dream Scholarship - January 18, 2010
Three outstanding undergraduate Oakland University students have received the prestigious Keeper of the Dream Scholarship Awards for their contributions and promotion of interracial understanding and tolerance. The 18th ...
Technology Center Grand Opening - October 22, 2009
The Grand Opening Celebration of the Technology Learning Center at Kresge Library Information Commons, e-Learning and Instructional Support, UTS Help Desk. Brief remarks by: Gary D. Russi, President, Virinder Moudgil, ...
Campaign Roundup - November 18, 2010
Terri L. Towner (Department of Political Science) moderates a panel discussion about the results of the November 2nd election. The panel consists of Susan Demas (Michigan Information & Research Service), Bernie Porn ...
President's Colloquium Series: Todd Estes - October 20, 2009
The president of Oakland University supports a colloquium series to showcase faculty research at the university. Faculty members from any rank and discipline are eligible to apply. Professor Todd Estes presents this colloquium.