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    • "R. Douglas Hunter" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2003-04-22)
      "In his 31 years at Oakland University, R. Douglas Hunter, professor of biological sciences, has taught more than 5,000 students in nearly 200 sections of lecture and lab. He also has mentored 143 students (undergraduate ...
    • The Raccoon 

      LaFemina, Gerry (Oakland University, 2002-04-01)
    • "'Race in Our Communities'" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2018-09-17)
      "Oakland University town hall to be moderated by Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley"
    • RachThree Rocks Meadowbrook: A Retrospective Review 

      Brockman, Chris (Oakland University, 2009-01-01)
      If aesthetic experiences ever come up in a conversation (and they do occasionally), I am ready to recount my greatest one of all. It happened at the Meadowbrook Music Festival, August 30, 1969, and it was hearing and seeing ...
    • Racial Profiling 

      Meehan, Albert J.; Ponder, Michael C. (Oakland University, 2002-04-01)
      We have three goals for this presentation: 1) to briefly review why racial profiling-specifically driving while black-catapulted to national attention in the 1990's; 2) to present our research which focuses on the importance ...
    • "Racial profiling symposium hosted at OU" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2000-02-15)
      "Oakland University and the D. Augustus Straker Bar Association will host a panel of area law enforcement officials, attorneys, educators and African American and Hispanic community leaders at a symposium to be held from ...
    • "Racial profiling topic of Feb. 7 colloquium" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2002-02-01)
      "Albert J. Meehan, associate professor of sociology and director of OU's criminal justice program, will be the featured speaker at the next President's Colloquium Series event."
    • Racially Biased Textbooks in Detroit 

      Chinoski, Kelly
      Detroit’s public schools were using textbooks in the 1960s that were racially biased towards whites and against minorities. Two of the textbooks, A History of the United States [to 1876] and The American Nation: A History ...
    • Radiation - Risks and Rewards 

      Sevilla, Michael D. (Oakland University, 2000-10-01)
      Scientists have investigated the effects of radiation now for over 100 years and while much is known about the biological effects of radiation there still continues controversy about the risks of low radiation doses in ...
    • Rail car in snow 

      Unknown author
      Three men standing in front of rail car on plowed road in winter.
    • Railroad conductors 

      Unknown author
      Group of men, two wearing conductor's uniforms, standing on platform attached to rail car.
    • Railway station building postcard 

      Unknown author
      Postcard of wooden railway station building and tracks.
    • "Rain doesn't dampen spirits at Heart Walk" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2004-10-04)
      "It was a cool and drizzly morning, but regardless of the inclement weather, Heart Walk participants poured onto the grounds of Meadow Brook Music Festival to show their support for the American Heart Association. The ...
    • "Raising 'Cane' OU theatre professor, alum explore Spain’s artist community during month-long residency" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2018-08-09)
      "Oakland University's Jeremy Barnett, an assistant professor of theatre in the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, and OU theatre alum Jason Maracani recently spent a month living and working at the Art'N'Ground artists' ...
    • Rational points in the moduli space of genus two 

      Shaska, Tony; Beshaj, Lubjana; Hidalgo, Ruben; Kruk, Serge; Malmendier, Andreas; Quispe, Saul (Contemporary Mathematics, 2018)
      We build a database of genus 2 curves defined over the field of rationals.
    • Raw data for the 2004 freshwater mussel survey of the Clinton River 

      Morowski, D., L.J. James, and R.D. Hunter (2009-01-16)
      Raw data set for the 2004 freshwater mussel re-survey of the Clinton River in southeastern Michigan based on sites originally sampled by David Strayer in 1978 (Strayer, 1980). Scientific and common names of each species ...
    • Re-thinking patient motivation in clinical rehabilitation encounters: Insights from different theoretical perspectives 

      Papadimitriou, Christina; Caddick, Nick; Stone, David (2018-05)
      We use analytic pluralism to analyze a data excerpt from the medical rehabilitation of an inpatient with spinal cord injury and his physical therapist to examine how the concept of motivation is used in clinical practice. ...
    • "Reaching students through hip-hop" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2015-12-18)
      "Emery Petchauer believes that hip-hop is the most important cultural phenomenon to emerge from the late 20th century."
    • Reading the Bible, Writing the Self: George Herbert's The Temple 

      Gottlieb, Stephen (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1987)
      George Herbert's unified poetic text, The Temple, may be read as Herbert's attempt to gain wholeness through reading the Bible and the signs of God in the natural universe. For Herbert, holy insight is based on comparing ...
    • "Reading, writing topic of next President's Colloquium" 

      Oakland University (Oakland University, 2002-10-23)
      "Alice Horning's goal as speaker at the next President's Colloquium is to make people rethink a basic life skill - reading and writing. Horning, professor of rhetoric and linguistics will speak Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 11:30 ...