Oakland University Magazine, Spring 1997

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News & Notes; OU celebrates Founders Day; Oakland enrollment continues record pace; Energy savings fuel cool changes; New MA in biology targets full-time professionals; Library traffic and usage on the rise; Tour showcases cutting edge systems; OU theatre student Esau Pritchett wins national scholarship; Professor attends Bangladesh's anniversary; MICAR earns grant; Smile, you're on camera; Oakland University named a best buy; New closed circuit cameras enhance campus security; Oakland plans campus mall project; Oakland dedicates Honors College hall; Team streamlines placement testing; Department sponsors staff reunion; Children explore math, science in day camp; Admissions sets goal for enrollment campaign; Reflecting on art, his work; Workers reap benefits of nursing student research; Eye Research Institute retains prestigious grant; OU offers course to help students adjust to college life; United Way awards innovative program targeting prevention; Fax, e-mail, videoconferencing available in classroom; Oakland pursues 'best and brightest' students; Community outreach effort helps students in need; It's now or never, by Vin Mannix; Fast facts; Check for a pulse, by Cindy Hampel; Investiture Address of the Fifth President of Oakland University, by Gary D. Russi; How you like us now; A web of learning, by Cindy Heck; Alumni News; OUAA board welcomes 3 new members; Chemistry reunion rescheduled; Scholarship redesign complete; Hone your volunteer skills in '98; President's Club now includes OUAA membership; Nursing reunion set for Aug. 8; Alumnus to tout 'lab on a chip'; Celebrate in grand style; Why I joined the OU Alumni Association; Partners in success; Retired Chrysler vice president gives $2 million to OU; Class notes; Hello, Mrs. Wilson; From the other side; A bad day swimming is better then...; Think early- and often; Get with it; Death notices; Division I - AAA move already justifies the risks, by Keith Langlois; Making capitol gains.