The University of Oklahoma (OU) is a public research university in Norman, Oklahoma
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- More new college graduates are staying in Oklahoma, data shows
According to recent numbers, over 80% of graduates from Oklahoma schools are still here and working five years after they graduate.
- Tribes have role in Oklahoma drone technology
Oklahoma aerospace engineers told members of a U.S. House high tech committee that they are using drone technology and advanced air mobility to leverage aerospace programs within the state's tribes.
- Professor critical of OU decision to 'realign' Native Nations Center
A decision by University of Oklahoma President Joseph Harroz Jr. to realign the Native Nations Center from the office of provost to president has drawn ire from a professor. Brian Burkhart, associate ...
- Doctor-to-be: Oklahoma is my home that I love, but lawmakers' actions are driving me away
The medical student has dreamed of serving her community as an OB-GYN. But, Oklahoma's Legislature has her reconsidering her future.
- An Oklahoma researcher is improving Spanish-language weather alerts across the country
El Reno tornado sparked research showing that only 39% of Spanish speakers understood the translation, Joseph Trujillo said of his work at NOAA in Norman.
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- A new flu is spilling over from cows to people in the U.S. How worried should we be?
Pigs and goats likely catch it too. It's been found in humans' noses in the Southwest — and in the air at airports and at chicken farms in Malaysia.
- Bill Haisten: Joe Castiglione's 25 years at OU. Part 1: the first 207 days
On Day 207 after Joe Castiglione became OU's athletic director, university regents voted on whether to make a football coaching change.
- Sabertooth cats once roamed Iowa, archaeology discovery confirms
ISU researcher helped analyze a well-preserved skull found in southwest Iowa — the first evidence of the iconic ice age predator in the state.
- Vatican rescinds 'Doctrine of Discovery' that had long been demanded by Indigenous peoples
The theory, which was backed by 15th century papal bulls, legitimized the colonial-era seizure of Native lands and form the basis of some property law today.
- Johnson v. M’Intosh: 200 years of legal misery for Native people
If Johnson v. M’Intosh isn’t one of the first cases presented on the first day of law school everywhere in the United States, Michael-Corey F. Hinton would be surprised, and likely, sorely ...