Oakland point guard Kay Felder shoots for the NBA, scores a spot with Cavaliers
Felder becomes only the second Oakland player in program history to be drafted to the NBA, as Keith Benson was selected 48th overall in the second round of the 2011 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks.
Art Garage provides space for inspiration and collaboration
The Art Garage opened on June 22, providing a space for students to collaborate on projects using equipment ranging from 3-D printers to traditional wood and metal working tools. The Art Garage will also be open to OU alums with opportunities for community partners.
Students and alumni compete in Amazon robotics competition
A team of eight current students and alumni have teamed up with local robotics firm Dataspeed, Inc., to compete for the second year in the Amazon Picking Challenge.
New partnership helps bring study abroad within reach
Generation Study Abroad's mission dovetails with Oakland’s goal of tripling the number of its students who study abroad before graduating.
New course explores Buddhist traditions
The course, Introduction to Buddhist Traditions, will trace the historical development of Buddhism in India and its spread throughout Asia and beyond.
Engineering Society of Detroit recognizes OU student
The Engineering Society of Detroit names Computer Science major Andrew Alisa as their College Student of the Year.
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