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Welcome to Inside OU, a resource for OU students, staff, and faculty to stay connected with what is happening at the university.

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OU Elevates Native Nations Center to Enhance Indigenous Research, Tribal Relationships

March 21, 2023

The university is implementing a structural change designed to enhance the scope and impact of the OU Native Nations Center.

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‘Match’ Madness: College of Medicine Fourth-Year Students Celebrate Residency Matches

March 22, 2023

Every year, the third Friday in March marks an exciting time for medical students across the country: Match Day, where students learn where they will be headed for residency training.

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Tuition/Fee Waiver Approved for OU Online Courses

March 22, 2023

It's now easier for full-time benefits-eligible OU employees to pursue new educational opportunities with the approval of a new tuition waiver and fee exemption package for OU Online graduate courses.

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OU Eco-Sooners Team Selected as 2023 Solar Decathlon Finalists

March 22, 2023

A team of students from the Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture was named a finalist in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon, which challenges students to create innovative building designs that address real-world issues.

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Trustworthy Research and Technology Key to AI Institute’s Success

March 22, 2023

Two and a half years after it was established, the AI2ES institute – led by Prof. Amy McGovern – has not only formed convergent teams of interdisciplinary researchers but is already making headway in five use-inspired applications: convective weather, winter weather, tropical cyclones, sub-seasonal to seasonal extreme weather and coastal oceanography.

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OU-Tulsa Hosts Technology Panel on Cybersecurity

March 22, 2023

Community and technology leaders discussed cybersecurity and the importance of focusing on advanced and applied technology-based education to meet workforce demands in northeast Oklahoma.

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Alice-Catherine Carls to Deliver ‘Translation as a Laboratory for Life’ Lecture

March 22, 2023

Noted French American scholar and translator Alice-Catherine Carls will share the inspirations behind her work as a humanities scholar and how it has been enriched by deep knowledge of German, Polish, French, English and Latin