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A conductor leads the Singing Sooners, with the crowd gathered in the background.


** 'Tis the Season: Holiday Lights Event Brightens Campus



OU community members gathered at Burr Park to share the joy of this special time of year and reflect on the magic and meaning of the season ... (


Bison Underground team member Alicia Bonar and founder Steve Adams chart soil samples on a map.


** OU Student Team Named a Winner of Global Elon Musk-Sponsored Carbon Removal Competition



Bison Underground, a startup created by current and former students from the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, won a $250,000 award and seed funding for a research proposal in the XPRIZE $5 Million Carbon Removal Student Competition ... (


Exterior photo of the Lloyd Noble Center entrance.


** It's Only a Drill: First Responders to Conduct Training Exercises at Lloyd Noble Center



Cleveland County first responders and the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team will be in Norman next week to conduct a series of hazmat and law enforcement training exercises ... (


Photo of IPPRA Co-Directors, Carol Silva and Hank Jenkins-Smith.


** OU Risk Institute Becomes Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis



To better support the strategic research areas defined in the “Lead On, University” Strategic Plan, OU’s National Institute for Risk and Resilience is now named the Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis ... (


Photo of Professor Juell Homco.


** School of Community Medicine Professor Receives National Fellowship for Women in Health Care Leadership



Juell Homco, assistant professor in the Department of Medical Informatics at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine, has been named a 2022 Carol Emmott Fellow ... (



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