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January 30, 2013

University campus health rated high

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NORMAN —

· Departmental Coed Fun-For-All Basketball games, open to all faculty, staff and  retirees, at the Huston Huffman Recreational Center.

· Weight Watchers at Work.

Turning Point seeks input from communities to help identify community priorities and implement local solutions. For more than 14 years, Turning Point has partnered with communities across Oklahoma to work on such local innovations as community health centers, extensive walking trails, community gardens, improved school health activities and advocacy for health improvement policies.

Designation as an Oklahoma Certified Healthy Campus recognizes post-secondary public and private institutions of higher learning and career technology centers for their outstanding efforts and achievements in actively creating a safe and healthy environment for faculty, staff, students and visitors.

OU and other award recipients will be honored at an awards ceremony scheduled for Feb. 28 at the Cox Convention Center.

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