Tag Archives: Education

  1. Walsh Offers Students Choice, Flexibility For Fall 2020 Semester

    TROY, Mich., May 21, 2020 — Walsh’s fall semester will be focused on flexibility. Students will have the choice to attend classes on ground, online (asynchronously or in real time) or a hybrid option combining online and on-ground attendance. Academic and student services will continue to be offered virtually, with in-person access available by appointment.

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  2. OU’s human resources degree programs ranked 18th in national survey

    A new ranking by the website study.com places Oakland University among the nation’s top colleges and universities for degree programs in human resources.

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  3. Oakland University, Pontiac High School collaborate on virtual ‘study hall’ project

    An Oakland University professor is using technology to arrange virtual “study hall” sessions between OU students studying Spanish and Pontiac High School students.

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  4. OU’s Formula SAE chapter donates 3D-printed face shields

    Members of Grizzlies Racing, Oakland University’s Formula SAE collegiate chapter, are usually known for building their own race car and racing it against other collegiate chapters from around the world.

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  5. Walsh Hosts Virtual Events for Transfer and Graduate Students

    TROY, Mich.,  — Walsh will host virtual, interactive information sessions and drop-in open houses for transfer and graduate students throughout May and June. Admissions and academic advisors will be available virtually or by phone to answer questions, help students select a program path based on careers goals and start the application process. Advanced registration is recommended for all events.

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  6. Oakland University: ISE Department’s Systems of Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Systems graduate class uses Machine Learning to model real world problems

    The COVID-19 pandemic has many people using delivery services for everything from food to medicine for the first time. At some point in the future, Autonomous Vehicles (AV) ranging from automobiles to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) might provide these services without drivers present which would further lower risk of contracting the deadly virus.

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  7. Walsh Retains Gold Level Status as Veteran-Friendly School

    TROY, Mich.,  — Walsh has retained its status as a Gold-level Veteran-Friendly School by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) for the 2019-2020 academic year. The MVAA’s Michigan Veteran-Friendly Schools Program highlights institutions committed to offering services and support to meet the needs of veterans or military-connected students.

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  8. Beaumont Troy nursing assistant balances academics with caring for COVID-19 patients

    For the past four years, OU student Rose Hazem has worked as a nursing assistant in the cardiac progressive care unit at Beaumont Hospital, Troy. But these days, there are no cardiac patients in the unit. Instead, the rooms are occupied by COVID-19 patients fighting for their lives.

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  9. 11 Walsh Alumni Named Crain’s Notable Women in Finance

    TROY, Mich., — Crain’s Detroit has released its 2020 list of Notable Women in Finance and Walsh alumni account for more than 25 percent of the honorees. The women featured were selected based on career accomplishments, track records of success, community involvement and commitment to mentoring others.

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  10. Oakland University psychology professors publish ‘Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences’

    “The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences,” which is co-edited by Oakland University Psychology Professors Virgil Zeigler-Hill and Todd K. Shackelford, was recently published by Springer Nature.

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