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Interesting Class: Sensation and Perception

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Audrey Ryskamp caught up with Professor Dean Purcell to learn about a class called Sensation  & Perception (PSY 311). What department is the […]

March 31st, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting Class: Song and Songwriting

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Kyle Keith caught up with Phyllis White, special lecturer, to learn about a class called Song and Songwriting (MUS225). How popular is the […]

March 31st, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Creativity and Innovations

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Jenny Jaroneski caught up with Cynthia Sifonis, associate professor of psychology, to learn about a class called Creativity and Innovations (PSY 305). Describe […]

March 20th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Hip Hop, Race and the City

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Emily Weitz caught up with Professor Jim Perkinson to learn about a class called Hip Hop, Race and the City (COM 389). Describe […]

March 20th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class:Working With Animals

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Jen Bucciarelli caught up with instructor Cynthia Bentley to learn about an online class called Working With Animals (NCE0404C). How popular is this […]

March 17th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: The Future: Hype or Apocalypse

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Kelly Brosky caught up with professors Charles Mabee and Michael Sevilla to learn about a class called The Future: Hype or Apocalypse? (HC […]

March 15th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Evolutionary Psychology

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Raymond Andre caught up with Professor Todd Shackelford to learn about a class called Evolutionary Psychology (PSY 315). What is the course name? […]

March 10th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Magic, Witchcraft & Religion

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Jenny Jaroneski caught up with Professor Henri Gooren to learn out about the Magic, Witchcraft & Religion class (AN 271/REL 271). Describe it: […]

February 26th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Healthy lifestyle

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Emily Weitz caught up with Professor Terry Dibble  to learn about a class called Healthy Lifestyle Choices (EXS 560). Describe it: It is […]

February 24th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »

Interesting class: Laughter’s the best medicine

Oakland University has adapted to students’ needs, expanding intellectual horizons to offer nontraditional courses that stretch beyond core subjects and allow students to explore other areas of interest. OU News Bureau reporter Audrey Ryskamp caught up with Terry Dibble, professor and special lecturer, to learn about a class called “Laughter as a Therapeutic Modality” (WHP […]

February 24th, 2011 | Posted in Interesting Classes | Read More »