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Climate

At the start of the fall semester, Oakland University is hosting Nobel Peace Prize-winning climate scientist Henry Pollack, who recently wrote World Without Ice (foreword by Al Gore) 759 more words

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Part of Your World Revisited

Look at this stuff, isn’t it neat?

Wouldn’t you think my degree is complete?

Wouldn’t you think I’m the girl –

the girl has… a career? 262 more words

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Oakland basketball coach Greg Kampe almost died from sepsis

Oakland basketball coach Greg Kampe said he nearly died last month as a result of sepsis — a rare and deadly complication of an infection that can lead to tissue damage and organ failure. 231 more words

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Advice for Writing and Art (Maybe Life)

For the better part of my life, I have struggled when people ask me what I intended to be when I got older. Sometimes I answered “writer”, and I’ve already achieved that. 837 more words

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Oakland University Pictures

Took these after I was done at OU Cares. It’s a after hours social where people with autism can meet up and hang out. I even put some of these on Google maps and they got up to 1000 views.

Oakland University receives $10K AT&T grant to support STEM outreach workshops

The Oakland University Foundation has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the AT&T Aspire Program. The grant is specifically targeted to support K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Outreach Workshops for high school students offered by the Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) Department and the Pawley Lean Institute at Oakland University. 336 more words

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The New Digital Divide Surrounding Me

The digital divide is no new concept to me. By now, I have heard about it in quite a few of my classes and have written about it enough to know my way around a conversation. 364 more words

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