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    • Individual Decision for a Science Education: Path for Growth 

      Sanches, Fabio Iunes (Oakland University, 2015-01-01)
      Microeconomics role in college students career decisions.
    • Inside Cover 

      Unknown author (Oakland University, 2004-10-01)
      Oakland Journal Issue 7 Inside cover
    • Insight From My Sister’s Love Letters, Chapter 5, Evil Genes 

      Oakley, Barbara (Oakland University, 2008-01-01)
      A chapter from Barbara Oakley's book "Evil Genes".
    • An Intellectual Revolution 

      Wynne, Steven (Oakland University, 2016-01-01)
      Classical teachings of Aristotle instigated an academic revolution against the Catholic Church and the established Christian doctrine. Between 1210 and 1277, the Bishops of Paris ordered three official condemnations of the ...
    • Interminability and Overdoing in Teaching Hamlet: An Exchange of Views between Niels Herold and Joe Kelty 

      Herold, Niels; Kelty, Joseph (Oakland University, 2001-10-01)
      Continuation of a symposium on the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, by Oakland University faculty.
    • An Interruption 

      Delvillano, Ron (Oakland University, 2013-01-01)
      Author shares a graphic narrative to demonstrate importance of form.
    • Interview with Kevin Boyle, Author of Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age 

      Becker, Anne; Breidenbach, Cathie; Horning, Alice; Kietlinska, Kasia; Robertson, Jeanie; Boyle, Kevin (Oakland University, 2008-01-01)
      Each year, Oakland University faculty chooses a campus-wide book in conjunction with the College of Arts and Sciences theme for the year. For the 2007–2008 academic year, the theme is Revolution, and the book selected was ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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".
    • It Is About Who You Know 

      Rhoades, Traci (Oakland University, 2007-01-01)
      A lesson learned from, and a tribute to, a college friendship.
    • The Joys and Perils of World Cup Fever 

      Rorke, Stafford C. (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      The following is written as a guide to assist faculty, colleagues and students toward understanding the cyclic aberrant behavior that occurs in selected individuals who fanatically follow the World’s most popular sport.
    • Just For You 

      Johnson, Kim (Oakland University, 2000-10-01)
      Short story
    • Keep a Low Profile 

      Hirschfeld-Medalia, Adeline (Oakland University, 2007-10-01)
      The early years that led to the development of Oakland University's School of Music, Theatre and Dance.