Art historian’s lecture visualizes Civil War
Images of boats serenely floating in the great Pacific quickly changed to dark storm clouds expressing fear, turmoil and conflict as John Wilmerding, American art professor at Princeton University, flipped through a slide show during his ...
OU McClendon Honors College celebrates landmark with discussion about education
The Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College at the University of Oklahoma celebrated 50 years Tuesday with “Education for the 21st Century,” a panel discussion featuring three OU Rhodes Scholars: Jason Sanders, M.D., 2000; Andrea ...
OU history professor to receive prestigious Wrangler Award
Professor David Wrobel, Merrick Chair of Western History at the University of Oklahoma, has been selected to receive the Wrangler Award in recognition of his nonfiction book “Global West, American Frontier: Travel, Empire and ...
Documentary to play at OU College of Law
The OU College of Law will host a screening March 24 of the award-winning Sundance feature documentary “Sewing Hope.” “Sewing Hope” is the story of Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, who runs St. Monica’s School for Girls in Gulu, Uganda. The ...
Colombian Night shows traditional dance and food
The Colombian Student Association at the University of Oklahoma will continue its tradition of celebrating Colombian culture at its upcoming 13th annual Colombian Night on March 14....
Dentistry students seek exam patients , Genealogical Society hosts events
Dentistry students seek exam patients The University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry is seeking adult patients to participate in graduating dental students’ board exams April 26-28, at the OU College of Dentistry, 1201 N. Stonewall Ave....
University of Oklahoma honored with Davis Cup award
A diverse group of international students and faculty celebrated at a presentation recognizing the University of Oklahoma as a Davis Cup recipient Thursday after beating out Brown University for the award, which only had 33 United World ...
OU symposium discusses importance of tribal sovereignty
The tongue was foreign to some and familiar to many others, but the message was welcoming for those who wanted to know more about tribal sovereignty. Dr. Gus Palmer Jr., Native American Studies Department interim director spoke in Kiowa ...
Hang up your hang-ups
Work, parenting, relationships, stress, depression, anxiety — all of these everyday life challenges can be overwhelming. The University of Oklahoma Counseling Psychology Clinic provides low-cost counseling and assessment services to all ...
Boren appeals to OU alumni for scholarships
University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren made an appeal this week to all OU alumni for scholarship donations to benefit students....
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