A new center at OU-Tulsa is attracting first-generation Indigenous students by incorporating cultural heritage into its social work curriculum with a mission to better serve Native American communities.
Jennifer Lynn Barnes, an OU professor in psychology and creative writing, combined both disciplines to write a work of intrigue that climbed to the top 10 on the young adult fiction list in the New York Times and is in development for a television series.
A biographer's promise to her mentor, the late historian Angie Debo, led the writer to research a central figure in Debo's life, Kate Barnard, political firebrand and the first woman elected to state office in Oklahoma.
After COVID-19 short-circuited Maggie Nichols' dreams of a third national championship with the OU women's gymnastics team, the irrepressible athlete is hard at work on a graduate degree and exploring a new role as coach.
Erik and Alexis Medina got the opportunity of a lifetime when they put their careers on hold after graduation and applied their OU degrees in architecture and engineering to help residents of a remote village in Panama.