Oakland University Magazine, Fall 1988
Fall Issue 1988.pdf
Editor's Choice. Making way for maestro; Classic reading, spelling texts have Oakland touch; Witt named dean of engineering; Bingham to help award annual Newbery Medal; Kurt Luedtke starts year as McGregor prof; Sing along with community chorus; Young virtuosos take stage at Varner Hall; Board elects Hartmann chair; Sharp appointed; Excellence awards to to Eberwein, Blankenship; Library gifts speak volumes; NSF taps Oakland's expertise in engineering instruction; Gosh, we're good; New sculpture installed near South Foundation; We're number 9; Bound and determined, by Cathie Breidenbach; A long way to go; The secret of our success, by Sheldon Appleton; All in the family; Gerald Alt named distinguished alum; Dunphy joins Alumni Relations staff; OUAA awards $90,000 to university programs; Association expands membership benefits; In Touch; In memoriam; Faculty/Staff; President's Club; Katke passes the reins of leadership of the Foundation to Miller; Directors allocate annual funding; Outstanding freshmen win scholarship; Foundation elects officers, directors; Calendar.
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