New Publications February 2015

  • Peter Lang published Volunteering and Communication, Volume 2: Studies in International and Intercultural Contexts by Michael Kramer (Communication) (December 17, 2014).
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Faculty Recognition February 2015

  • Sociology) was selected in the 2015 January/February Special Issue of Oklahoma Today Magazine as one of the forty-five most influential African Americans in Oklahoma.
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Student Recognition February 2015

Undergraduate student Elizabeth Knapp (double major in Letters and Classics) has been accepted to the Logos in Oxford program with full funding and a stipend. Logos is organized by the Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford and supported by the Green Scholars Initiative.

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OU Researcher Improves Cancer Detection with Image Analysis

Researchers at OU have developed an image-analysis technique that is designed to improve breast cancer detection and diagnosis.

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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 Announces New Faculty Leadership Academy and Inaugural Call for Applications.

The Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Oklahoma Norman campus (including Norman campus programs at OU-Tulsa), invites applications for the inaugural class of the Faculty Leadership Academy (FLA). More information about the Academy, as well as the Application Form and Selection Procedures, may be found at the FLA web site.

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