Tag Archives: Career

  1. Headshots at Busted Bra Shop

    Join us January 21 at Busted Bra Shop for an evening of networking, refreshments and the opportunity to update your professional headshot.

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  2. Macomb-OU Incubator offers new cybersecurity class

    Oakland University’s Macomb-OU Inc. has launched a program aimed at helping Macomb County teachers learn best practices in cybersecurity education, an area that has become more important as technology-related data and security threats increase.

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  3. MICPA Announces 2019 Awards – Public Service Award — Leon C. LaBrecque, CPA

    The Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants has named the winners of its 2019 annual awards that recognize professionals who have made a lasting impact in their industry and in their communities.

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  4. Northwood University Job Opening – Associate Director of Admissions

    The Associate Director of Admissions, Adult Degree Program (ADP) is responsible for personal recruitment goals in the assigned territory and overseeing all new student enrollment operations within their designated region. The Associate Director of Admissions, ADP provides leadership and supervision in the execution of new student enrollment goals with a team of assigned ADP admissions representatives.

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  5. OU Pontiac Initiative receives $150,000 Marshall Plan grant

    The Oakland University Pontiac Initiative is collaborating with more than 27 organizations from government, industry, education and the non-profit sector as part of the Talent Development Coalition (TDC), which seeks to provide training and jobs for un- or underemployed workers using a $150,000 Marshall Plan for Talent Innovation Grant from the State of Michigan.

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  6. A ‘golden’ opportunity: Oakland University alumna finds calling as vocal coach for Detroit Youth Choir, whose performance earned a golden buzzer on ‘America’s Got Talent’

    When the Detroit Youth Choir returns to the America’s Got Talent stage later this month, Oakland University alumna British NiCole Burnett (BM ’06) will be watching.

    For nearly two years, she’s served as one of the vocal coaches for the group, which is made of up of young people between the ages of 8 and 18 from throughout the Detroit Metropolitan area.

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  7. SMZ Welcomes Stephen Timblin as Executive Creative Director

    TROY, MI, July 11, 2019 – Jamie Michelson, president of Simons Michelson Zieve, Inc. (SMZ), a third generation, Troy, Michigan-based full-service advertising agency, announced today that Stephen Timblin has joined the agency as executive creative director.

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  8. Get Unstuck Workshop

    Are you working long hours, but still finding your dream job and income out of reach? Are you struggling to maintain meaningful relationships with friends, family, or in your romantic life? Has your weight loss journey hit wall after wall? Do you suffer from chronic pain that won’t seem to respond to medical treatment? If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have emotional blocks lying beneath the surface and hindering your personal growth and success. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. Oakland University’s ISE Department featured in new PLM book

    The efforts of Oakland University’s Industrial Systems and Engineering (ISE) Department to integrate Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) concepts, techniques and tools into its curriculum are highlighted in Product Lifecycle Management (Volume 4): The Case Studies — the latest book by Dr. John Stark, an internationally recognized expert on PLM.

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  10. OU’s Disability Support Services to offer Peer-to-Peer Mentorship program this fall

    This fall, Oakland University’s Disability Support Services, in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences, will be offering a special topics course through social work, sociology and psychology, which will provide an overview of disabilities — with a particular focus on autism spectrum disorders — as well as peer-mediated instruction.

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