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    • Van Hoosen Farms Half and Half Cap 

      Van Hoosen Farms
      Yellow and purple text ; "Van Hoosen Farms ; Pasteurized ; Half and Half ; Rochester, Mich."
    • Van Hoosen Farms Half and Half Cap 

      Van Hoosen Farms
      Yellow and purple text ; "Van Hoosen Farms ; Pasteurized ; Half and Half ; Rochester, Mich."
    • Van Hoosen Ice Cream sign 

      Van Hoosen Farms
      Sign reading "Try Van Hoosen Home Made Ice Cream | It's Delicious | It's Richer | It's Better | All Popular Flavors"
    • Varieties of Interdisciplinary Approaches in the Social Sciences: A 1981 Overview 

      Miller, Raymond C. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1982)
    • Venturing Into Interdisciplinary Tasks: Common Challenges for Faculty and Students 

      Bundy Seabury, Marcia (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1999)
      This article offers a series of vignettes of a group of faculty working together to write a collection of essays on interdisciplinary teaching and learning, as these shed light on possibilities for transformative experiences ...
    • View of farm with livestock 

      Unknown author
      Farm scene with livestock in foreground, with man standing behind them. Barn and large haystack in background.
    • Violent Crime and the Economy 

      Poppe, Daniel
      This thesis examines how the state of the economy in Michigan relates to the violent crime rate in the state. The state of the economy is represented by the independent variables of income and unemployment. An econometric ...
    • Vision 2010 and Communication 

      Russi, Gary (2001-11-29)
    • Visitation of New Hope 

      Clifton, Yeaton (Oakland University, 2015-01-01)
      Personal narrative of author and their relationship with a homeless shelter resident.
    • Visiting Professionals: Bill Bonds 

      Oakland University (2011-01-18)
      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.
    • The Vital Role of Nitric Oxide 

      Malinski, Tadeusz (Oakland University, 2000-04-01)
      The role of nitric oxide in cardiovascular, nervous, and immune systems, and the pathology of nitric oxide release.

      Oakland University. Office of the President. (1990)
    • Vulnerability of AII Amacrine Cells in Oxygen-induced Retinopathy 

      Hohlbein, Joshua
      The retina is a patchwork of many different specialized neurons that all work together to pass visual stimuli to the brain for interpretation. These cells include the rod and cone photoreceptors and different classes of ...
    • Wake-up Call 

      Bertocci, Peter J. (Oakland University, 2008-10-01)
      If there is any extra-curricular reading that should soon be on every Oakland University faculty member’s agenda, it is the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment’s “What Students Are Telling Us About Their OU ...
    • The “Wall in the Mind” and Nostalgia for Separation 

      Kubicek, Paul (Oakland University, 2010-01-01)
      Twenty years ago, the Berlin Wall, the iconic symbol of the Cold War, fell. Its disappearance marked the end of the repressive, communist regime of East Germany (hereafter GDR, German Democratic Republic) and offered ...
    • Warren "Bud" R. Cornock, US Navy veteran-WWII 

      Cornock, Warren (Oakland University, 2004)
      Warren "Bud" R. Cornock is a veteran of World War II, having served in the Navy reserves. He is being interviewed about his war experiences at Oakland University, Rochester, Mich. This interview is part of the Veterans ...
    • Water Birthing 

      Polishuk, Jessica
      This thesis will examine the question: “What are the benefits and consequences of water birthing?” Water-birthing is practiced as a procedure in hospitals, however, it is theorized that due to risks, it is rarely used. ...
    • Water Festival 2009 - May 21, 2009 

      Oakland University (2011-01-18)
      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 ...
    • Waterwonderland OU to have a scenic lake 

      Unknown author (Observer, 1966-05-27)
    • The Way We Were 

      Brown, Judith (Brown, Judith. "The Way We Were" Oakland Journal 25 (2015). 89-91, 2015-01-01)
      Authors college and career recollections during the mid twentieth century