Oakland University Magazine, Spring & Summer 1999
News & Notes. Newspaper honors first theatre collaboration; Robert Cooper appointed to OU Board of Trustees; Engineering professors praised for hands-on teaching tools; Baan brings new technology to PDMC; NCA makes positive site visit to Oakland; OU starts executive MBA in health care management; Continuing education courses address new nursing requirements; New program develops expertise in urban schools teaching; Oakland Hosts meeting of the Minds VII; OU's information technology internships pay off for companies; OU celebrates third annual Founders' Day; Intensive math program targets incoming students; Board OKs face-lift for North Foundation Hall; University update is available on-line; Register your children for sports camps; ADA team works hard to ensure accessibility; New Oakland Journal seeks contributors; Oakland University student mentors build positive start; It's a wrap, by Amy Mindell; Star of the stars; Quest for cures, by mark Nowlin; Making a difference, by Theodore G. Coutilish; Alumni news. Universities combine job resources on the Internet; Athletics scores high in Division I transition; OU announces date for alumni awards banquet; Get to know the new Oakland fight song; Sally O'Meara SON '91 urges graduates to get more involved; Call OUAA toll-free; Have a heart: Walk at Oakland University; Shape up with a fitness assessment; In search of 'legacies' and entrepreneurs; Art and golf-more ways to volunteer; Partners in success. Seventh annual Keeper of the Dream; Keeping the dream alive; Extraordinary couple funds Oakland University scholarships; Gifts advance physical therapy and nursing programs; Class notes; From Russia, with love; Great Lakes Crossing; If you can't find one, build one.