Scientist to open series on ethics in Anthropocene
British geoscientist Michael A. Ellis will present a complimentary public lecture about Anthropocene, the scientific proposal that the Earth has entered into a new geological epoch defined by the impacts on human activity, on Jan. 29 at ...
Annual student art exhibition celebrates 100 years of creativity
The gallery was packed with art pieces and art installations and a buzz filled the air in similar fashion to an up-and-coming art exhibitiom in a place like New York City or Milan. The 100th Annual School of Art & Art History Student ...
Diversity Scholar’s Event educates residents
Students, professors and the community learned about the importance of diversity Thursday night at the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education’s Diversity Scholar’s Event. A panel of international students kicked off the evening. Students ...
European Union ambassador to U.S. speaks at university
Joao Vale de Almeida spoke Tuesday to University of Oklahoma students and the general public about “Transitions in Europe and America: The Future of EU-US Relations.” The event was sponsored by the European Union Center, with support from ...
OU revives Native American curriculum through Janux
The University of Oklahoma is offering Native Peoples of Oklahoma, a course on the cultural traditions and current conditions of the Native American tribes who reside in Oklahoma. The course will be offered at no cost this spring semester ...
Professor isn’t about to stop now
University of Oklahoma professor Alan Velie isn’t stopping any time soon. In fact, he isn’t even slowing down. After teaching at the university for 46 years, Velie said he still loves teaching....
3 professors promoted
The University of Oklahoma College of Engineering recently announced the promotion of three faculty members — Musharraf Zaman, Simin Pulat and John Antonio — to leadership positions. After serving as associate dean for research and ...
OU Regent Weitzenhoffer comments on ceiling collapse
Max Weitzenhoffer, Norman resident, prominent Broadway and London theatre producer and co-owner of the Apollo Theatre in London, said Friday he is very grateful no one was killed in the Thursday evening collapse of Apollo Theatre’s ...
OU’s Donald W. Reynolds Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence secures $2.4 million grant
A $2.4 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to the Donald W. Reynolds Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Nursing will give the center a boost in its ...
University to host fall convocations
Pictures will be taken, caps will be donned, and tears may be shed today and Saturday as University of Oklahoma graduates are recognized at their college convocations. During the various ceremonies, candidates’ names will be announced, ...
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