Skip Navigation

Thomas Friedman Informal

OU Public Affairs WebsiteOU homepagePublic Affairs homepage
Skip Side Navigation

OU Students

You Are Invited!

Informal Discussion

Thomas Friedman

Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist and Foreign Affairs Columnist for The New York Times


Thomas Friedman

Thomas L. Friedman is the author of five books on foreign affairs and globalization, with several focusing on world affairs following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.  
     

His latest book is the No. 1 bestseller Hot, Flat and Crowded:  Why We Need a Green Revolution – and How It Can Renew America, which focuses on globalization, specifically climate change and the rising competition for energy.  It follows his earlier bestseller The World is Flat.

4:30 p.m.

December 7, 2009

Sandy Bell Gallery

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

Please respond by calling
the Office of Special Events at 325-3784

For accommodations on the basis of disability, call the Office of Special Events at (405) 325-3784.

The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. 

Recent News

OU Student Named Goldwater Scholar

NORMAN – University of Oklahoma honors student Matthew Peters has been named a 2018 Goldwater Scholar, placing OU in the top ranks of universities nationally with 53 Goldwater Scholars since the competition began in 1991. The prestigious scholarships are awarded on the basis of potential and intent to pursue research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences or engineering. Read more

OU to Hire Additional Clinical Psychologist

NORMAN—University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren announced Friday that adequate funding would be allocated to hire an additional psychologist at the University Counseling Center in order to further support mental health services for students and alleviate wait times. Read more

OU Radar Team Developing New Technologies for U.S. Navy Next-Generation Radar Systems

NORMAN –A University of Oklahoma Advanced Radar Research Center team is developing new antenna and related technologies for U.S. Navy next-generation radar systems with a two-year, $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research. The ARRC research and development program under way is designed to improve the agility and multi-functionality of radio frequency sensors and communication systems, while enabling future implementation on a variety of surfaces and platforms. Read more

OU Faculty Member Appointed Chair of International Astronomical Union Working Group

NORMAN –A University of Oklahoma professor, Steven Gullberg, has been appointed world chair for archeoastronomy by the International Astronomical Union. As chair, Gullberg will work with 31 nations to further the research and global advancement of archeoastronomy and astronomy in culture. Read more

OU Math Professors to Research Active Learning in Undergraduate Math Education

NORMAN –A University of Oklahoma mathematics professor, Milos Savic, has received a two-year, $93,298 grant from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities to help undergraduate students pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics degrees succeed in introductory math courses. Savic and team will use the grant to improve and assess a recently-developed active learning pre-calculus course taught to 1,000 OU students each year.  Read more

News Archives

2017  | 2016  | 2015  | 2014  |  2013  

April 2018


For requests for past releases, please contact OU Public Affairs at (405) 325-1701 or publicaffairs@ou.edu.