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OU UNVEILS $500 MILLION ‘LIVE ON, UNIVERSITY’ CAMPAIGN

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University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren today announced a $500 million campaign to raise private funds to support student scholarships; new residential colleges and classroom and laboratory upgrades; and endowments for faculty fellowships, universitywide initiatives and college programs.

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AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR TOM BROKAW TO SPEAK AT OU

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NORMAN – Tom Brokaw, special correspondent for NBC NEWS and New York Times best-selling author, will discuss “Reflections on a Journalist’s Life and Expectations for the Future of Media” at a luncheon at the University of Oklahoma on Thursday, Feb. 26. 


 

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Authors and Historians to Headline OU “Teach-In on the Western Frontier"

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NORMAN – Pulitzer Prize-winning historians and authors Alan Taylor and Timothy Egan will headline the University of Oklahoma’s “Teach-In on The Western Frontier,” set for Monday, March 9, on OU’s Norman campus. They will be joined by four additional leading historians who will share their perspectives on this era in American history during the daylong events, which is open to the public.

 

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OU Engineering Professors Will Play Key Role in NIST Community Resilience Center

NORMAN — University of Oklahoma College of Engineering professors will participate as part of a multi-disciplinary team from 10 universities on a $20 million cooperative agreement awarded by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology to Colorado State University to establish the Community Resilience Center of Excellence in Fort, Collins, Colo. OU researchers will play key roles in the development of the Center’s research program. Read More

Mary Margaret Holt Succeeds Richard C. Taylor as Dean of Fine Arts

NORMAN – Rich Taylor, dean of fine arts at the University of Oklahoma, has resigned his position at OU to return to his home of many years in Florida so he can to devote more time to an entertainment-related company he and his wife, Andy Taylor, have co-founded and whose first venture has recently escalated. Read More

OU ONLY PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN NATION TO WIN DAVIS CUP FOR SECOND YEAR

NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma is the only public university in the nation to be awarded the prestigious Davis Cup two years in a row in recognition of its record-setting enrollment of United World College international freshmen. Read More