OSHER Scholarship Deadline Coming Up!

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The deadline to sign up for the Osher scholarship is Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. Don’t wait and miss this opportunity!

Professor Nina Livesey on Jewish-Christian Interpretations

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Professor Nina Livesey discusses her past research on early Jewish-Christian relations, their later interpretations and Christian origins.

CLS Graduate Opens Poetry Museum

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CLS graduate Shaun Perkins opened the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry, a poetry museum that invites visitors to interact with and personalize poetry.

Managing Career Change

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Career change can and should be managed to the greatest extent possible. Take these positive steps to help manage a career change.

College Transfer Credit and You

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So you’re transferring to CLS and want to know where your previous credits will fit into your new major. Here’s what you need to get started.

Applauding a Milestone – A Conversation with Our 2014 Spring Banner Carrier

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Cheryl Reid, Banner Carrier for the Spring 2014 Convocation ceremony, is outstanding example of what hard work and integrity can accomplish in academics.

Steven Gullberg’s Lifelong Passion

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Steven Gullberg, 2002 MLS graduate, can be found climbing over shrines and crawling through caves while conducting field research in Peru.

What is it that makes the OU campus so beautiful?

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CLS alum Cecil Houser captured the breathtaking beauty of the University of Oklahoma in these photographs of the OU campus.

Museum Studies Alum Publishes Historical Book about Enid, Oklahoma

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CLS Museum Studies graduate Glen V. McIntyre recently published a pictorial history book on Enid as part of the Images of America series by Arcadia Publishing.

Professor Nina Livesey Champions Online Learning

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Professor Nina Livesey champions online learning, and discusses her experience on an archeological dig in Israel.