Local graduates earn perfect GPAs
Eighty-eight students who are participating in 2014 commencement ceremonies at the University of Oklahoma on May 9 maintained perfect 4.0 grade point averages throughout their undergraduate careers at OU. Of the total, 54 reside in ...
OU expects state funding to decrease 5 percent
University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren hosted an open discussion of the University’s budget Tuesday afternoon, including possible impacts related to tuition and fees for the next school year....
OU Drama achieves national honors
For the seventh consecutive year, University of Oklahoma students from the Peggy Dow Helmerich School of Drama have earned national honors at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, hosted recently in Washington, D.C. Junior ...
Camp Kesem to host fundraiser
Camp Kesem Oklahoma, an organization dedicated to helping children affected by a parent’s cancer, will host its annual Make the Magic event from 6 to 9 p.m. May 16 at Norman North High School....
OU Law hosts consultations to discuss implementation of human rights
This past week, the University of Oklahoma College of Law hosted consultations among U.S. government officials, federally recognized tribes and members of civil society to discuss the implementation of U.S. human rights obligations and ...
OU commencement to feature Wendy Kopp
The pageantry and pomp of herald trumpets and the Kiowa Black Leggings Society, as well as the Bagpipes and Drums of the Highlanders, will usher in the University of Oklahoma’s 2014 Commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. May 9 at The Gaylord ...
OU to establish premier center for Judaic and Israel Studies
The University of Oklahoma has received a grant from the Schusterman Family Foundation to enhance and enrich its current Judaic and Israel studies programs and offerings. The grant will enable OU to elevate its existing Schusterman ...
Alan Velie named 2014 Otis Sullivant Award winner
Alan Velie, David Ross Boyd Professor of English, has been named the 2014 recipient of the $20,000 Otis Sullivant Award for Perceptivity at the University of Oklahoma. The Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation and a selection ...
Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe honored by Time Magazine
The University of Oklahoma is a second home to Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe from Northern Uganda, who was recently named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. Sister Rosemary’s mission in Uganda is to save the ...
Three OU students receive Boren Award for International Study
Three University of Oklahoma students — Jack Bergum of South Range, Wis., Daniel Glickstein of Dallas and JoAnne Kosta of Fairfax, Va. — have won the Boren Award for International Study, sponsored by the National Security Education ...
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