Tag Archives: Education

  1. OU-led study fills key gap on the map of human genetic diversity

    Led by a group of Oakland University researchers, the largest study of genetic diversity in Ukraine has been published in the open science journal GigaScience. The study provides data on genetic variants associated with human health and describes historical factors that helped give rise to remarkable genetic variation in a part of the world that has been underrepresented in genome research.

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  2. Walsh introduces continuing education for accounting, tax professionals

    TROY, Mich., –  Walsh will begin continuing education classes for accounting and tax professionals in its spring semester on Mar. 31, 2021. The first two courses, Accounting for Income Taxes and Partnership Taxation, are based on the curriculum offered as part of the nationally recognized Master of Science in Taxation (MST) program and taught by Walsh faculty in a remote synchronous format. The cost per ten-week course is $1,599.

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  3. Oakland University panel discussion to address COVID-19 vaccination campaign

    Oakland University’s Centers for Civic Engagement, Religious Understanding, and Public Humanities are organizing a panel of experts to discuss the key factors to secure a successful vaccination campaign. The “COVID-19 Vaccination: Access, Awareness, and Acceptance” panel is scheduled for Monday, January 25 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (EST).

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  4. Oakland University to offer $2,500 scholarship for frontline workers

    Oakland University’s new Frontline Workers Scholarship program will support workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in their educational journey, including the pursuit of their bachelor’s degree.

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  5. Oakland MBA grad wins nationwide case competition

    Recent Oakland University graduate Shreyas Gavit was part of an innovative team that won the Salesforce Career Journey with Deloitte, a case study competition in which college students were tasked with helping a fictional online retailer meet recruiting and hiring challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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  6. OUCARES to host free webinar on ‘Comorbidity & Autism’ on Feb. 11

    The Joanne and Ted Lindsay Foundation Autism Outreach Services (OUCARES) will host “Comorbidity & Autism – When ASD isn’t the only diagnosis of concern” — a free webinar for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), parents and caregivers, professionals, and anyone interested in learning how to support and keep people with ASD safe — at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11.

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  7. Oakland University: Applications still being accepted for fall semester

    If you’ve been thinking about applying to Oakland University this year, Undergraduate Admissions Director Shane Lewis wants you to know that there’s still time to submit your application for the fall semester.

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  8. OU student leaders to be honored with Keeper of the Dream Awards

    For helping break down stereotypes and promote racial and cultural understanding, nine students will be recognized during Oakland University’s 29th annual Keeper of the Dream Awards Celebration.

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  9. Dr. Alta Marie Boover is Julia Child in ‘Bon Appétit,’ a one-woman operatic scene

    Dr. Alta Marie Boover, an assistant professor of voice at Oakland University, will present a virtual performance of Bon Appétit — a one-woman operatic scene by Lee Hoiby based on Episode No. 228 of Julia Child’s PBS television show “The French Chef” — at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 16 on Zoom.

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  10. Oakland University receives perfect score from teacher education accreditor

    Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services received a perfect score on its latest accreditation report from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, a national group that evaluates teacher education providers.

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