New fellowship to provide global learning opportunities
To ensure that University of Oklahoma students have the tools to succeed in an increasingly global community, OU has established a new program: the OU Fellowship for Global Engagement. The fellowship is open to all incoming freshmen ...
OU offers summer paralegal course
The University of Oklahoma Department of Legal Assistant Education is enrolling students for its summer paralegal program In order to earn the American Bar Association-approved certificate, the student must complete 42 units of legal ...
Sam Noble finalist for prestigious award
The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History as a National Medal for Museum and Library Service finalist. The National Medal, the nation’s highest honor conferred on museums and ...
OU School of Drama dominates contests
Students from the Peggy V. Helmerich School of Drama at the University of Oklahoma won top honors at the recent Region VI Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Shreveport, La. Drama students won top honors in the Irene Ryan ...
OU Law achieves top ranking
The University of Oklahoma College of Law jumped 10 spots in the latest US News & World Report 2015 Ranking of Best Law Schools to No. 58. The ranking is the highest by any Oklahoma law school in survey history....
Fly-tying Frenzy at Sam Noble Museum
The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History will offer Fly-Tying Frenzy, an adult fly-tying workshop, from 8 to 11 a.m. for beginners and from 1 to 4 p.m. for intermediate and advanced participants April 5. Participants will learn ...
Festival of the Four Winds set for April
The American Indian Institute at the University of Oklahoma, in partnership with the Jacobson Foundation and the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, will host the upcoming “Festival of the Four Winds.” The festival will be from 10 ...
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 ...
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