Regents appoint new leaders
Routine business at the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents meeting Wednesday was marked by both celebration and solemnity, as the regents appointed new board leaders, approved renovations to major campus facilities and awarded ...
Interrogator to speak at OU
The University of Oklahoma Campus Activities Council Speakers Bureau will host Eric Maddox on campus Thursday....
Leading Sikh activist discusses U.S. religious liberty
Rajdeep Singh, director of Law and Policy for the Sikh Coalition in Washington, D.C., was the guest of the OU Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage at a casual luncheon Tuesday, providing candid insight on domestic issues ...
University center is opening collaborative space
The University of Oklahoma’s Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth is opening a 2500-square-foot collaborative space for students, researchers and members of the Norman and greater Oklahoma City business and creative communities to ...
Professors’ community forum weighs university privatization
The Oklahoma Chapter of the American Association of University Professors will host a community forum titled “Privatizing the Public University: Is OU Becoming a Private School?” Thursday at 7 p.m. in Gaylord Hall, 395 W. Lindsey, Room ...
OU female pilot duo flying in historic Air Race Classic
Barely a decade after the passage of the 19th Amendment, 20 women pilots blazed a trail for female aviation by competing in the First Women’s Air Derby, flying from Santa Monica, Calif., to Cleveland, OH in 1929....
University adopts universal application
To advance the University of Oklahoma’s commitment to assist students seeking admission, the University of Oklahoma will begin using the Common Application, effective with the academic year beginning fall 2014 for incoming freshman and ...
Second annual Teach-In focuses on Great Depression, WWII
Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian David McCullough said much can be learned from President Harry Truman’s character, courage, common sense and the ability to not let an ego get in the way of governing....
OU institute honors Yang Mu with third Newman Prize
Though Thursday evening’s banquet at the University of Oklahoma served primarily to honor Taiwanese poet Yang Mu, the event was a showcasing of Chinese literature blended with the uniquely American artistry of poets and musicians young and ...
Modern energy: Facts and myths
As the United States navigates a volatile, uncertain and rapidly changing era in energy production and consumption, industry professionals and experts must identify key obstacles and seek creative solutions inside U.S. borders that will ...
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