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金殿棋牌Michelle Piskulich
Tuesday, May 05, 金殿棋牌


Effective June 15, Michelle Piskulich will serve as Oakland University’s interim provost, filling the role to be vacated by Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost James Lentini, who was recently named president of Molloy College in New York. 


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Tuesday, May 05, 金殿棋牌


The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, which is co-edited by Oakland University Psychology Professors Virgil Zeigler-Hill and Todd K. Shackelford, was recently published by Springer Nature.


金殿棋牌An OUWB student studies in his 金殿棋牌 office.
Friday, May 01, 金殿棋牌


Among the many unique challenges COVID-19 presented Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, one was clear: the need for a swift response to keep medical students on track.


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Friday, May 01, 金殿棋牌


There will be a special virtual town hall geared towards college students, and hosted by U.S. Representative Elissa Slotkin, titled: "What the COVID-19 crisis means for college students" held on Tuesday, May 5 at 1 p.m.


金殿棋牌Rose Hazem
Thursday, April 30, 金殿棋牌


For the past four years, OU student Rose Hazem has worked as a nursing assistant in the cardiac progressive care unit at Beaumont Hospital, Troy. But these days, there are no cardiac patients in the unit. Instead, the rooms are occupied by COVID-19 patients fighting for their lives. 


金殿棋牌Summer II Online
Thursday, April 30, 金殿棋牌


In an ongoing effort to support the health and well-being of its students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, Oakland University is moving its Summer II classes online.


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Wednesday, April 29, 金殿棋牌


Oakland University is the third-safest college campus in the nation, and the safest in Michigan, according to a new study by YourLocalSecurity.com. The rankings are based on several factors, including hate crime, property crime, violent crime and violence against women. 


金殿棋牌Online orientation
Tuesday, April 28, 金殿棋牌


Due to the unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic and its ongoing impact on Oakland University families, communities and students, Orientation and New Student Programs (ONSP) has created an online experience that will replace new student and parent/family on-campus orientations.


金殿棋牌Oakland University Campus
Monday, April 27, 金殿棋牌


The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was passed by Congress and signed into law in March, will provide $13,796,824 to Oakland University in higher education emergency relief funding. 


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Monday, April 27, 金殿棋牌


Expanding Oakland University’s ongoing efforts to be The University of Choice for both current and prospective faculty and staff members, campus leaders have partnered with the Oakland University Credit Union and CARROT Wellness to launch The Grizzlies Engagement, Action and Thoughtfulness (GrEAT) Recognition Program. This is a new initiative in which employees can both commend and reward their peers for performing community service.


金殿棋牌A student stressed at a computer.
Friday, April 24, 金殿棋牌


Before COVID-19, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine social worker Janae Kinn, LMSW, was busy helping students manage their respective journeys through medical school.
After COVID-19 — aka a period of “uncertain times” — things are different.


金殿棋牌Ethan Bradley, Annabella Jankowski
Thursday, April 23, 金殿棋牌


The results are in: Ethan Bradley of Royal Oak and Annabella Jankowski of Farmington Hills are the new president and vice president of the Oakland University Student Congress.


金殿棋牌OU Health Sciences professor helps transform local emergency food system to reduce potential COVID-19 transmission
Wednesday, April 22, 金殿棋牌


Oakland University School of Health Sciences Professor Jennifer Lucarelli has spearheaded efforts to create a collaborative emergency food system in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.


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Tuesday, April 21, 金殿棋牌


Oakland University's Pawley Lean Institute is pleased announce that Laken Parrott (Human Resource Development/SEHS) has been awarded a $500 undergraduate scholarship.  The Pawley Lean Institute is also pleased to announce that Deepika Nandakumar (Masters of Science – Engineering Management) has been awarded a $3000 graduate scholarship.


金殿棋牌Researchers working in Beaumont's biobank
Tuesday, April 21, 金殿棋牌


Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine students are set to be part of what’s been identified as the nation's largest serological testing study for COVID-19 antibodies.


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Tuesday, April 21, 金殿棋牌


Polly D. Boruff-Jones has been appointed to serve as Dean of University Libraries by Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost James P. Lentini. Her position with OU becomes effective on July 1, 金殿棋牌.


金殿棋牌Breyanna Cavanaugh, Andrew Goldberg and Michelle Milstein
Monday, April 20, 金殿棋牌


If you’re reading this, thank your rods and cones – the millions of nerve cells that absorb light and allow you to see. These photoreceptors live in your retina, at the back of your eye, and they have a very distinct shape – without which healthy vision is impossible. 


金殿棋牌Students pose for a picture at OUWB's 金殿棋牌 PIG Roast.
Friday, April 17, 金殿棋牌


An Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine student interest group recently raised about $6,000 for CARE House of Oakland County through a unique fundraiser.


金殿棋牌Oakland University Campus
Friday, April 17, 金殿棋牌


To help remove barriers to enrollment amid the ongoing public health crisis, Oakland University will offer test-optional admission for the fall of 金殿棋牌 and 2021 to students with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher. 


金殿棋牌OU Community Music Virtual Lessons
Thursday, April 16, 金殿棋牌


For the first time, Oakland University Community Music is offering virtual lessons for all ages in all instruments/voices.


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