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    • "U.S. Navy secretary receives honorary degree" 

      Oakland University
      "Gordon England, secretary of the Navy, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree when he spoke at OU's School of Engineering and Computer Science and School of Business Administration graduation ceremony. Nearly 1,500 ...
    • "U.S. Rep. to speak at GEAR UP student assembly" 

      Oakland University
      "A special assembly will be held on June 1 to present the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) students at Jefferson/Whittier Middle School with 21st-century Scholars Certificates ...
    • "U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow to visit OU" 

      Oakland University
      "Sen. Debbie Stabenow, the first woman from Michigan elected to the U.S. Senate, will talk about women, politics, careers and the climate for dissent in Washington, D.C., on Friday, March 22, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the ...
    • "UC&M launches new Web site" 

      Oakland University
      "To better serve the campus community's marketing, advertising, communications, media relations, graphic design, publications, Web site and photography needs, the University Communications and Marketing Department launched ...
    • "UC&M work honored as 'Best of Show'" 

      Oakland University
      "OU's Communications and Marketing Department earned Best of Show honors at Detroit's International Association of Business Communicators 2003 Renaissance Awards on June 17 for its work during President Bush's whirlwind ...
    • "UHR keeping an eye on the customer" 

      Oakland University
      "A combination of new processes, employees and technology is helping University Human Resources achieve its goal to become a more customer-focused department."
    • "UHR scrutinizes health care costs" 

      Oakland University
      "Like other employers nationwide, Oakland University is among those facing large increases in the cost of health insurance and other benefits. OU is projecting double-digit increases in the cost of health care benefits in ...
    • "UHR to hold focus groups on AP/IC merger" 

      Oakland University
      "University Human Resources (UHR) is continuing the open dialog about the proposal to merge the APs and ICs into a single employee group. Randomly selected employees have been invited to participate in UHR-run focus groups ...
    • "UHR wins office decoration contest" 

      Oakland University
      "OU students, faculty and staff passing through North Foundation Hall will notice a series of colorful office decorations that not only welcome everyone to campus for the fall semester but also provide helpful information ...
    • "Undergrads get research experience at OU" 

      Oakland University
      "Oakland University's School of Engineering and Computer Science is hosting the Undergraduate Computer Research for Women program this summer. The program enrolls 11 students from local and national schools to spend 10 ...
    • "Undergrads pursue interdisciplinary research" 

      Oakland University
      "Oakland University undergraduates have a unique opportunity to pursue engaging, interdisciplinary research with the departments of Chemistry and Biological Sciences. Five students of both majors have been selected to ...
    • Undergraduate Education Task Force Report 

      Unknown author (1993)
      Report of the Strategic Planning Undergraduate Education Task Force charged to plan for the advancement of undergraduate education and the development of strategies to enhance student retention and diversity.
    • "Undergraduate Naveena Daram is coauthor on an article in Investigative Opthalmology and Visual Science" 

      Oakland University
      "Undergraduate biomedical sciences major Naveena Daram is coauthor on an article published in the October 2016 issue of the journal Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science."
    • "Undergraduate researchers featured at MOM" 

      Oakland University
      "Nearly 200 students representing some of the best undergraduate researchers from Oakland University, UM-Dearborn and UM-Flint presented their scholarship on OU's campus at the tenth annual Meeting of the Minds (MOM) on ...
    • The Underground Railroad Quilt Code: A History of African-American Quilting from Ancient Practices to the Civil War Times 

      Bohde, Stefanie (Oakland University, 2005-01-01)
      A quilting pattern often overlooked in today’s society is the Underground Railroad quilt code. Used during the time of abolition and the Civil War, this visual code sewn into the pattern of quilts readied slaves for their ...
    • "Undertaker brings words to life" 

      Oakland University
      "Award-winning essayist and poet Thomas Lynch, who also is a funeral director, will read from his work on Thursday, March 6, at Varner Recital Hall. Aside from his 25 years at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home in Milford, Lynch ...
    • Unintentional and Intentional Injury (Violence): The Most Overlooked Public Health Issue? 

      Rorke, Stafford C. (Oakland University, 2008-01-01)
      This advocacy paper highlights the magnitude and gravity of the public health injury problem; and, further, is a call to action on the part of concerned citizens.
    • "Unique recruiting day generates 1,000 interviews" 

      Oakland University
      "Representatives from about 30 schools and school districts from throughout the Detroit metropolitan area will be interviewing OU education seniors and alumni during the ninth annual Educators Recruiting Day on Wednesday, ...
    • "Unique study follows couples nearly three decades" 

      Oakland University
      "Social psychologist Terri Orbuch, Ph.D., has researched the same 373 married couples for nearly 30 years."