Student Awards January 2015

  • Petar Bukovcic (Ph.D student, Advanced Radar Research Center) wrote, “Convective-Stratiform Separation using Video Disdrometer Observations in Central Oklahoma - The Bayesian Approach” and has been accepted for publication in the Atmospheric Research Journal.
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New Publications January 2015

  • McGraw-Hill published the Second Edition of Biology: The Essentials by Mariëlle H. Hoefnagels (Microbiology & Plant Biology) (December 18, 2014).
  • Peking University Press published Contemporary Literary Criticism: A Leitch Reader by Vincent Leitch (English).
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Faculty Recognition January 2015

  • Mary Jo Watson (Director Emeritus &  Regents’ Professor Art History) was inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in October 2014. The Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame was established in 1994 to recognize and honor individuals, living and deceased, for outstanding meritorious service to higher education in Oklahoma.
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Secretary Jewell Announces New Wildlife and Climate Studies at the South Central Climate Science Center

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced that Interior’s South Central Climate Science Center is awarding nearly $550,000 to universities and other partners for research to guide managers of parks, refuges and other cultural and natural resources in planning how to help species and ecosystems adapt to climate change.

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OU Professors Named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors

OU Professors Daniel E. Resasco (Chemical Engineering) and Paul H. Weigel (Biochemistry and Microbiology, Health Sciences Center) have been named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors

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OU Research Featured in Discover Magazine’s Top 100 Stories of 2014

he research of Professor Christina Warinner (Anthropology) will be featured in the January/February issue of Discover Magazine’s Top 100 Stories of 2014. Warinner’s research on ancient dental plaque was selected from an estimated 1 million science stories from around the world. 

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New Website for Siler Lab

A new website has been developed by Assistant Professor Cameron Siler (Biology/Assistant Curator of Herpetology at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History). The website was designed for the Siler Lab with the goal of bridging the gap between scientists, students, and the public, taking an exciting, novel approach to research-based website development.

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Neustadt Festival Held on Campus

World Literature Today partnered with the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts and African & African American Studies to sponsor a dance and theater performance event during the Neustadt Festival held Oct. 22–24, 2014.

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