A doctor in the OU College of Allied Health has joined forces with engineers from the Biomedical Engineering Center to help babies at risk for cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities learn motor skills from a souped-up skateboard and a high-tech "onesie."
OU alumnus Kelli Masters spent many a weekend on Owen Field twirling her baton for football fans. As one of a handful of female sports agents, she takes everything she learned about tough competition and good sportsmanship to the table for her clients.
Oscar Jacobson might be best known for his work promoting the Kiowa Five, but a new exhibition at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art shows that the first director of the museum and the School of Art was an artist in his own right.
A new EMBA program in Price College of Business is doing more than helping professionals in the energy industry improve work performance and enhance their compensation; it is puting them on a pathway to become future leaders within their companies.