Tag Archives: Education

  1. OU INC client Time2Talk partners with Definitive Technology Group

    OU INC client Time2Talk (T2T) has partnered with Definitive Technology Group (DTG), to be DTG’s proprietary device management software provider. The partnership is a breakthrough in bringing sophisticated, yet affordable device tracking technology to an array of customers in varied industries.

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  2. Industrial and Systems Engineering among ‘recession-proof’ jobs for college graduates

    Industrial and Systems Engineering is one of eight jobs that are projected to be great ones to target in the current economic climate, according to a recent article by U.S. News & World Report.

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  3. Jazz Intensive, Theatre Workshops go virtual this summer at Oakland University

    Oakland University’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance is offering virtual summer workshops this year, including a Summer Virtual Jazz Intensive featuring violinist Regina Carter, jazz drummer Sean Dobbins and flutist Nancy Stagnitta from July 20-24.

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  4. OU Board of Trustees approves 2020-21 budget, fall tuition freeze

    On June 15, the Oakland University Board of Trustees approved a $270,013,650 general fund budget, which includes a zero percent tuition increase for the fall 2020 semester.

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  5. Oakland University’s First Year Advising Center goes virtual to help students during COVID-19 pandemic

    As a senior academic adviser with Oakland University’s First Year Advising Center (FYAC), Kate Golder has been assisting OU students transitioning to their first year in college by helping them plan and schedule their courses, navigate changing majors, and connecting them to campus resources.

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  6. Walsh Hosts Virtual Doctor of Management Information Session July 22

    Troy, Mich., – Walsh will host a virtual information session about the Doctor of Management (D.M.) program on July 22, 2020, from 6-7 p.m.

    Ann Saurbier, D.M., professor and chair of Walsh’s doctoral programs will lead the session. Topics will include a program overview, career opportunities, financial aid and scholarship information and a Q&A period. Advanced registration is recommended.

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  7. Walsh Master of Science in Information Technology Ranked One of Best in Nation

    TROY, Mich.,  — Walsh has ranked no. 2 on the list of Top 20 Master’s in Information Technology programs by CyberSecurityMastersDegree.org. Other schools on the list included Carnegie Mellon, Virginia Tech and Illinois Institute of Technology. Schools were ranked based on course offerings, small faculty to student ratio, resources, overall value, student reviews and third-party recognition.

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  8. OU earns highest possible ranking for support of student veterans

    For the fourth consecutive year, Oakland University received a gold ranking, the highest possible rating for veteran-friendliness from the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA). The organization recognizes institutions of higher learning for dedication to student veterans and dependents using their G.I. Bill and other educational benefits.

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  9. OU archival project chronicles everyday life amid pandemic

    As the COVID-19 crisis continues, Oakland University has launched a grassroots effort to document the experiences of people in Southeast Michigan. People can submit photos, written journals, flyers, video and audio files, screenshots, and other materials through a simple online form.

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  10. Oakland University graduate student Linzi Hobbs awarded ASH HONORS fellowship

    Oakland University graduate student Linzi Hobbs was recently awarded the prestigious ASH HONORS fellowship by the American Society of Hematology.

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