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    • Interview with Paul Tomboulian 

      Tomboulian, Paul (2001)
    • Interview with Richard J. Burke 

      Burke, Richard J. (1998)
    • Interview with Robert Griffith Hoopes 

      Hoopes, Robert Griffith (1998)
    • Interview with Robert W. Swanson 

      Swanson, Robert W (Oakland University, 1997-01-22)
      Interview with Robert W. Swanson, Director of Business Affairs; also Vice President. He began at OU in 1959 and retired in 1989.
    • Interview with Sheldon Appleton 

      Appleton, Sheldon (1998)
    • Interview with Thomas Fitzsimmons 

      Fitzsimmons, Thomas (1999)
    • Interview with W. Eugene Deskins and Laszlo J. Hetenyi 

      Hetenyi, Laszlo J.; Deskins, W. Eugene (2001)
    • Interview with William Schwab 

      Schwab, William; Lowy, David (Oakland University, 1996-11-16)
      Interview with William Schwab, professor of Linguistics from 1959 to 1993.
    • Interview: Professor Timothy Wu 

      Horning, Alice; Deschamps, Amanda; Driscoll, Dana; Kietlinska, Kasia (Oakland University, 2011-10-01)
      Professor Tim Wu, one of the authors of the 2010–2011 OU community book, Who Controls the Internet?, visited Oakland in October of 2010. He gave a campuswide presentation and visited with various other groups of students ...
    • Interview: Regina Carter 

      Folland, Sherman T. (Oakland University, 2011-01-01)
      Jazz violinist Regina Carter ranks as one of Oakland University’s most talented and justly famous alumni. Her Reverse Thread was chosen by NPR as one of the top 50 albums of 2010. Her touring schedule covers America, Europe ...
    • Introducing Michigan State University - Oakland 

      Oakland, Michigan State University (1958)
    • An Invitation to “Unserville” 

      Byrne, Bill (Oakland University, 2013-01-01)
      Chronicle of authors personal relationship with race car driver Bobby Unser.
    • Iraqi Nation-Building in the Honors College 

      Kubicek, Paul J. (Oakland University, 2003-10-01)
      The task of rebuilding Iraq and constructing a democracy there has been compared to past efforts to do the same in post-war Germany and Japan, and, without much exaggeration, it is safe to say that US involvement in Iraq ...
    • Ironic Pedagogy: Teaching Sacred Texts in an Academic Setting 

      Herold, Niels (Oakland University, 2011-01-01)
      If one of COI’s charges is the supervision of academic borders between the academic units, it is surely a responsibility of any practitioner of the humanities to ensure that boundaries between disciplines are not only ...
    • Is America Smart Enough to Lead the World? 

      Folland, Sherman T. (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      A poorly educated populace can and has led us into ill-conceived policies, such as ill-conceived wars, handicapped foreign health aid, and foolish debates over health care reform. It is a good time to talk about this because ...
    • Is Science A Religion? 

      Sevilla, Michael D. (Oakland University, 2001-10-01)
      Science and religion have been in conflict for hundreds of years as each claims domain over similar territory.
    • Is There Really a Crisis in Health Care Spending? 

      Stano, Miron (Oakland University, 2005-10-01)
      Health care analysts are fond of saying that one-third of health care spending is unnecessary or wasteful—the problem is finding out which third. As an extension, one can add the problem of whose third.
    • Is This Art? Do You Appreciate It? 

      Goody, Dick (Oakland University, 2000-04-01)
      Thoughts on the appreciation of modern art, and a review of a video by Phillip Singer titled "Museum Security Guards as Art Connoisseurs".
    • Issue Mail: Health Insurance Premiums 

      Rogers, Michael J. (1998-08-17)
      Letter to a constituent stating competition protects against abuses by medical practitioners
    • Issue mail: Patients’ Bill of Rights 

      Rogers, Michael J. (2001-07-16)
      Letter to a constituent expressing support for the Patient Bill of Rights, a bipartisan bill authored by Michigan’s John Dingell and Iowa’s Greg Ganske that passed in 2001