Tag Archives: Family

  1. From fairy tales to a rock opera, OU’s 2018-19 theatre season offers ‘something for everyone’

    The Oakland University Department of Theatre will kick off its 2018-19 season on Thursday, Oct. 11 with Into the Woods, a “Once Upon a Time” tale that introduces the hopes and dreams of characters from some of our favorite fairy tales and explores the lengths we go to for our dreams — and the potentially high cost of getting what we want. Read the rest of this entry »

  2. Oxford Recovery Center Launches New ARTS Program for Children with Autism

    The team at Oxford Recovery Center is the forerunner addressing the complex presentations of autism and related health conditions. Our team of multidisciplinary professionals works together to create individualized treatment plans that address the needs of the whole patient. We are professionals who recognize the need for outside-the-box thinking to address the needs of patients affected with autism. Read the rest of this entry »

  3. Family creates Shelby Jane Seyburn Foundation in honor of late OU graduate

    Inspired by their daughter’s memory, the parents of an Oakland University graduate and psychology major who was killed last June in a car crash on I-75 have established the Shelby Jane Seyburn Foundation as a way to keep their daughter’s legacy alive while continuing to support the research she was passionate about at OU.

    “Shelby was a kind, generous, passionate, strong and intelligent person,” said Marc Seyburn, Shelby’s father. “It was her passion for the Posttraumatic Growth lab at Oakland University that inspired us to create the foundation. Shelby had a vision for the PTG program, and we wanted to help support that vision because there are so many people that could be affected by this research.” Read the rest of this entry »

  4. Help Children in Need Of Therapies, Chance to Win Hawaii Cruise

    Purchase a raffle for a Hawaiian Cruise for two including air. Tickets are $50 and only 1,000 will be sold. Proceeds help children in need of therapies that are not covered by insurance. Learn more about Oxford Kids Foundation at https://oxfordkidsfoundation.org

  5. Lactation rooms available for parents in need at Oakland University

    In an ongoing effort to meet the changing needs of students, faculty and staff, Oakland University now offers three private lactation rooms for nursing mothers who are looking for a safe space on campus to pump or feed their child, whether it’s by bottle or breast.

    The rooms are located on the second floor of the Engineering Center, on the third floor of Pawley Hall, and on the fourth floor of the Human Health Building. Each room has been designed to provide a clean, secure and user-friendly environment for parents on campus. Read the rest of this entry »

  6. Cocoa for a Cause benefiting Ronald McDonald House of Detroit

    Help Team BodyWorks collect items for
    Ronald McDonald House Charities and enjoy hot cocoa, ornament decorating contest, fun photos, free chair massages and more.
    Event is FREE; just bring at least new one item on the suggested items list or a toy per person attending. Kids are welcome. Bring a friend!

    WHEN: Friday, December 15th, 2017
    TIME: 5:00PM to 7:00PM
    LOCATION: BodyWorks Chiropractic & Soft Tissue Center
    2265 Livernois, Suite 200
    Troy, MI 48083 Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Room Rental available at our Professional Office in Troy

    Very nice room available at our professional 3 room office in Troy within the central business district on east Big Beaver road. Additional amenities: Wifi, Utilities included, small storage area, room already furnished, 24 hour access with elevator on first floor. Lobby availability with coffee machine and small refrigerator. $250 per month and available now or move in by September 1st! Call Cedric McSween at 248-217-3046 for more information.

  8. Meadow Brook in Bloom offers garden-inspired events for children and adults

    Meadow Brook Hall’s Meadow Brook in Bloom runs June 25 through June 30, a weeklong series of community events and a special house and garden tour that celebrates all things floral at The Great Estate on the campus of Oakland University. Floral arrangements are provided by Emerald City Designs.

    Visitors can tour elegant rooms featuring fresh flowers while gaining insight into the fascinating life of the Dodge-Wilson family through fashion, photos and tablescapes, from Frances Dodge’s ice blue wedding dress to her trend-setting debut, complete with black orchids. Included on the tour will be The Hall’s original flower room which was once used by the head groundskeeper to arrange flowers to display throughout the house. And for the first time, visitors can see the French guest room bathroom decorated with lavender, yellow and aqua Rookwood tiles. Guests can also explore The Estate’s 16 gardens and expansive grounds during this self-guided tour. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. LocalHop Event Registration System Set to Compete with Industry’s Best

    LocalHop Event Management Platform Offers Affordable Event Registration Tools for Michigan Organizations.

    Pontiac, Michigan – June 2017

    LocalHop is excited to announce the launch of its long-awaited event registration system. The system was designed in conjunction with Michigan organizations and businesses, and competes with the industry’s best in intuitive design, platform stability, security, and mobile readiness. LocalHop registration provides safe payment processing for patrons, easy event management, integration capabilities, mobile registration, and reporting. Michigan organizations of all sizes can now afford to have an integrated event management system that includes registration, web calendars, and a mobile app. The registration system, complete with web and mobile payment processing, will be available to Michigan organizations and businesses June 7. Read the rest of this entry »

  10. Oakland University to host World Autism Awareness Day event

    On Sunday, April 2, the Oakland University community will join a worldwide movement to mark World Autism Awareness Day by bringing blue light to the Elliott Tower. This is Oakland’s third year hosting an event on its campus to highlight autism as a growing global health priority.

    This year, the Oakland University Center for Autism (OUCA) will be holding a free family event for those on the Autism Spectrum on the second floor of the Engineering Center Atrium at 6:15 p.m. A short walk to the Elliott Tower will begin at 7:30 p.m. to light the Elliott Tower with bright blue lights. Read the rest of this entry »