"OU professor hits the books, again"
"Carlo Coppola, professor of Hindi-Urdu and linguistics at Oakland University, is the embodiment of the maxim 'throughout life, you never stop learning.' Coppola earned his doctorate in comparative literature from the University of Chicago, where he also completed coursework for doctorates in linguistics and Sanskrit. Since 1968, he has taught Asian and Middle Eastern studies at OU and is the director for the Center for International Programs. As if this weren't enough, he somehow found the time to earn an associate's degree in culinary science in 1986. Now, Coppola is pursuing a third degree, this time a master's in counseling at OU."
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