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BREAKFAST HONORING
DOCTORAL STUDENTS

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016, the President's and Provost's office along with Graduate Study and Lifelong Learning hosted a celebration breakfast honoring the achievements of Oakland University's Doctoral Candidates. 

Thank you for all of you who participated and joined us for the celebration. 

To view the pictures from the event click here

WINNERS OF THE 2015
THESIS & DISSERTATION
AWARDS

OUTSTANDING
THESIS AWARD
Margo Rae StanfaMaster of Science in Exercise Science
OUTSTANDING
DISSERTATION AWARD
(NON STEM)
Shinko
Kondo
Ph.D in Music Education
OUTSTANDING
DISSERTATION AWARD
(STEM) 
Jia LiPh.D. in Biomedical Sciences: Health and Environment Chemistry

Graduate Student Success

2016 OAKLAND UNIVERSITY GRADUATE STUDENT
RESEARCH CONFERENCE

FRIDAY, MAY 27th FROM 8:30 - 1:30 IN THE OAKLAND CENTER

The Graduate Study and the Office of Research Administration are organizing Oakland University's first Graduate Student Research Conference on Friday, May 27th. This is an opportunity for Graduate Students from all academic fields to meet, to learn from each other, and to talk about their work in a professional setting. 

Conference Schedule

7:30 - 8:30  Breakfast and Registration - OC Banquet Rooms

8:30 - 9:30  Plenary Session: Interdisciplinary Oral Presentations - OC Banquet Rooms

9:30 - 9:45  BREAK

9:45 - 10:45  Concurrent Sessions: Oral Presentations - OC Break Out Rooms 

11:00 - 11:45  Poster Presentations - OC Fireside Lounge

11:45 - 12:00  BREAK

12:00 - 1:00  Lunch and Keynote Speaker - OC Banquet Rooms

Keynote Speaker: Napoleon Harrington MA, NCC, LPC (OU graduate 2002 & 2004)
                              Founder/CEO, Ambassador Counseling & Resource Group

View the full conference schedule here


Graduate Study and Lifelong Learning is dedicated to academic excellence in graduate education at Oakland University and advocates for support for Graduate Programs and Graduate Students.


As the administrative arm of Graduate Council, Graduate Study and Lifelong Learning has responsibility for ensuring the highest standards in student admission; for providing academic records management, academic standing and degree services for currently enrolled students; and for the authorship, maintenance and oversight of graduate policy and standards that promote high quality in educational programs and curricula.