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OU PRESIDENT THANKS ‘THOUSANDS STRONG’ SUPPORTERS AT DECEMBER BOARD OF REGENTS’ MEETING

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NORMAN – University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren today announced that more than $250,000 has been raised through “Thousands Strong” – the university’s official online project funding platform – since its launch in February 2016.

 

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OU AWARDED $166 MILLION GRANT BY NASA FOR FIRST GEOSTATIONARY VEGETATION, ATMOSPHERIC CARBON MISSION

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NORMAN – The University of Oklahoma has been awarded a five-year, $166 million grant by NASA to advance understanding of Earth’s natural exchanges of carbon between the land, atmosphere and ocean.  


 

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EDUCATION ADVOCATE NAMED VICE PRESIDENT FOR GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

NORMAN – An education advocate and champion for safe communities has been named Vice President for Governmental Relations at the University of Oklahoma. Announcement of the appointment of Jonathan Nichols of Norman to the position was made today by OU President David L. Boren at the December meeting of the OU Board of Regents. Read More

Palmer Recognized As National Fellow For Contributions To Atmospheric and Meteorological Radar Science

NORMAN – Robert D. Palmer, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma meteorology professor, associate vice president for research and executive director of the Advanced Radar Research Center, has been named an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Fellow. Read More

OU Professor Recognized by World’s Largest Scientific Society For Studies Linking Biogeochemistry to Geography of Ecological Communities

NORMAN – Michael Kaspari, a University of Oklahoma biology professor, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for innovative studies linking biogeochemistry to the geography of ecological communities. Kaspari has sought to understand why ecological communities — the collection of plants, animals and microbes found in any one place — vary from place to place across the planet. Read More

CIMMS and NOAA Collaborate Under New Agreement

NORMAN – The Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies at the University of Oklahoma collaborate with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on weather and climate under the terms of a five-year, $95.3 million agreement with NOAA. CIMMS, the largest and second oldest research center at OU, supports NOAA with two of its next generation, long-term planning initiatives: Weather Ready Nation and Climate Adaptation and Mitigation. Read More