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Identical sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Cermak pose on the South Oval, holding a graduation cap.



** Double the Honors: Identical Sisters Earn Perfect GPA



When identical sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Cermak graduate from OU this month, they will both walk away with 4.0 grade-point averages ... (




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** COVID Q&A: The Timing of Testing



If you know you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, when is the best time to get tested? Hear the answer from Dr. Kristina Kline, clinical associate professor in the OU-Tulsa Department of Family Medicine ... (




Archaeologists using the ground-penetrating radar device in Oaxaca, Mexico.



** OU Researchers Discover Buried Building in Oaxaca, Mexico



OU archaeologists recently pinpointed the location of a buried building about 30 centimeters beneath the surface of the Main Plaza at Monte Albán – one of the first cities to develop in all of pre-Hispanic Mexico ... (




Photo of Professor Steven Crossley.



** Engineering Professor Receives $2 Million NSF Grant to Explore Polymer Recycling Technologies



Steven Crossley, associate professor in the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering, has been awarded a four-year, $2 million collaborative grant by the National Science Foundation to advance polymer recycling technologies in hopes of sending less multi-layer plastics to landfills ... (




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** University Partnership to Fill Skills Gap in Cybersecurity, Coding



In partnership with Fullstack Academy, OU is working to fill the state’s tech skills gap through a series of online bootcamps offered through OU Outreach/College of Continuing Education ... (




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** OU-Tulsa Researchers Support Local Tribes



In a recent webinar, Dr. Lisa Byers and Dallas Pettigrew, faculty members in the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, shared insight into the work they are doing through the Center for Tribal Social Work at OU-Tulsa, specifically as it relates to teaching historical trauma ... (



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