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Kresge Library Supports Upcoming Events Archive

This page is an archive for KL supports pages that where created prior to June 2007. The Kresge Library Supports pages have been superceded by the Kresge Library News page. For information on past events that happened after May 2007, see the Kresge Kresge Library News Archive.

The Far Field Retreat for Writers

"The Last Lecture" By Jane and Robert Eberwein, Distinguished Professors of English (2007)

The Annual Sigma Xi Initiation and Dinner for 2007 featuring Stanford R. Ovshinsky- "Energy and Information: Problems and Solutions"

2007 Alice Conner Gorlin Memorial Lecture: Matthew J. Slaughter, "The Economics and Politics of Globalization"

Robert P. Judd - "Systems Engineering the Future from Manufacturing to Health Care"

Student Life Lecture Board Presents James Yee

Bruce Zellers, "Marking the Primrose Path to the Future: Harry Truman, Presidential Power, and the Limited War in Korea."

Dr. Gustavo Fischman, "Persistence and Ruptures: The Feminization of Teaching and Teacher Education in Argentina."

Authors at Oakland- A Celebration of the Journal

SBA Research Seminar/Workshop Series presents Austin Murphy on Unraveling the Complex Interrelationships between Exchange Rates and Fundamentals

2007 Keeper of the Dream Awards Banquet, keynote speaker Ruby Dee

SBA Research Seminar/Workshop Series presents Paulo Goes speaking on Bidding Behavior in Online Auctions

Members of the Oakland University Equestrian Team Qualify for Regionals

“Merchants or merchandise?  Women in the global economy.” Women’s Studies Film Festival and Seminar, 2007

History Comes Alive Series presents a lecture by Don Matthews, "The Historical Origins of the Modern Jihadist Movement."

Committee W Presents: Best Practices for Family Friendly Campuses

History Comes Alive Series presents a lecture by Carl R. Osthaus:
"They Love a Man in the Country": Dixie Demagogues and Southern Politics

French Film Festival @ OU

Winter Welcome Week 2007

Bruce Fleming - "Thinking Globally, Thinking Locally"

History Comes Alive Lecture : Professor Matt Sutton presents "Sex and God in the City of Angels: The Kidnapping of Aimee Semple McPherson."

Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics Conference

Distinguished Lecture in the Humanities Series: George F. Will — A penetrating and incisive commentary on the Washington political scene

Foreign Film Series

History Comes Alive Lecture : Professor Ronald Finucane presents "How to Execute a Corpse: The ‘Trial’ of St. Thomas Becket."

Economic Seminar Series presents Charles Ballard speaking on Michigan’s Economic Future

19th Annual Maurice Brown Poetry Reading: Vijay Seshadr

Maya Angelou Visits Oakland University

Hispanic Celebration 2006

History Comes Alive Lecture : Todd Estes presents "If James Madison Was the Father of the Constitution, Why Was He Such a Reluctant Parent?"

Poetry Slam in the ERL

The Annual Sigma Xi Initiation and Dinner for 2006 featuring Dr. Gordon Orians - "Industrial Activities on Alaska's North Slope"

2006 Alice Conner Gorlin Memorial Lecture featuring William A. Darity

Love Makes A Family

History Comes Alive Lecture Series presents "Lord of the Rings, Narnia and the Middle Ages: Medievalism in J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis"

Authors at Oakland, A Celebration of the Book

Annual Women’s Studies Film Festival 2006“WHY CAN’T I LOOK LIKE THAT MODEL?” Body image and women’s health

2006 Keeper of the Dream Awards Banquet featuring Andrew Young

Frontier Life in Central Brazil before 1835 (an illustrated lecture)

African American History Month

Lecture: Dr. Susan Love: Breast Cancer Through a New Lens

Lecture: Municipal Memory: Negotiating the Legacy of the Holocaust in Postwar West Germany

Spike Lee kicks off Oakland University’s African-American History Celebration

Lecture: Municipal Memory: Negotiating the Legacy of the Holocaust in Postwar West Germany

Remembering Rosa Parks: Panel Discussion 12 noon-1pm

History Comes Alive Lecture Series Presentation: Old Truths, New Truths and Untruths: Revisiting the Origins of the Cold War

History Comes Alive Lecture Series Presentation: "Worshipping St. Republican: Architecture, Urban Space and Republican Politics in the 1920s."

18th Annual Maurice Brown Poetry Reading featuring Wendy Barker

The History Comes Alive Lecture Series presents: French Colonies and the Fur Trade: The Founding of Detroit in 1701

Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts

Welcome Week 2005

4th Annual Festival of Writing

Michael Kimmel will present the lecture "Mars and Venus, or Planet Earth: Women and Men on Campus in the 21st Century"

Pulitzer Prize winning poet Carl Dennis visits campus

Dr. Leroy Hood receives the Oakland University Distinguished Biomedical Science Achievement Award

Oakland University's Women's Studies Program hosts the Michigan Women's Studies Association Conference

Patricia Ireland will present the lecture "Equal Rights: Are We There Yet?"

For GLBT Awareness Week, Kresge Library will be showing the movie "The Brandon Teena Story"

Catherine L. Mann will lecture on "The Economic Gains and Policy Challenges of Global Sourcing and Technological Change"

Professor Carl R. Osthaus will present the lecture "Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb? Reflections on the Good General - Bad President Enigma"

Historian Kevin Boyle visits campus to discuss his new book, Arc Of Justice: A Saga Of Race, Civil Rights, And Murder In The Jazz Age

Catherine L. Mann wil lecture on "The Economic Gains and Policy Challenges of Global Sourcing and Technological Change"

Annual Women's Studies Film Festival 2005 Muslim Women, in their Own Words

Keeper of the Dream Awards Banquet featuring Coretta Scott King

Shades of Genghis Khan: The New "Great Game" Between China, Mongolia and Russia

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Lecture: One Man's Patriot is Another's Terrorist: Reflections on Violence and Nationalism in Irish History

Free Coffee and Treats for Finals Week

American Indian Heritage Month

Director Chris Eyre presents the film Smoke Signals

Healthy Spirit Day

Get Out and Vote! Election 2004 Information

Lecture by Doris Kearns Goodwin - "The Moral Authority of the Presidency"

Kresge Library Film Series presents Primary Colors

The History Comes Alive Lecture Series presents... "The Victorian Seance: Faith and Fraud in the Late 19th Century"

Kresge Library Film Series presents Best Man

The History Comes Alive Lecture Series presents...Blame Connecticut

Coming Out Week 2004 at Oakland University Film: "The Experiment: Gay and Straight"

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Kresge Library Film Series presents Like Water for Chocolate

Kresge Library Film Series presents State of the Union

His Excellency Vicente Fox Quesada, President of Mexico visits Oakland University

Oakland University's Rhetoric Program presents "Writing Across the Curriculum: Building Partnerships"

Oakland University's Rhetoric Program presents "Writing Across the Curriculum: Building Partnerships"

2004 Alice Conner Gorlin Memorial Lecture: Transition Economies: Performances and Challenges

Kresge Library Diversity Film Series presents Ma Vie En Rose

Kresge Library Inaugurates its wireless network

Lecture by Claudia House Morcom: "Montgomery, Marches, Mississippi and Murder: Memories of the Civil Rights Movement"

Annual Women's Studies Film Festival- Women and Sports

Women's Studies Essay Contest

President's Day Lecture: Getting into Wars, Getting Out of Wars: Truman, Eisenhower, and Korea

Reading and Book Signing : Patricia Henley

Kresge Library Diversity Film Series presents: Four Little Girls, A film by Spike Lee

MBAG exhibit -- Interior Particular, constructions by Jane Lackey

MBAG exhibit -- Dickensian London and the Photographic Imagination

Kresge Library Diversity Film Series presents LILYA 4-EVER

John H. Scott -- "Discussing Fuel Cells - A NASA Perspective"

Dr. J. Craig Venter -- "Our Genomic Future"

AH Alumni lecture: American Furniture as Art and History

Dickens Society Symposium

The 16th Annual Maurice Brown Poetry Reading Proudly Presents Linda Gregerson

Kresge Library Diversity Film Series presents FRIDA

Library Welcome Week Activities 2003

Lecture by David McCullough - First Principles : History as a Source of Strength

Bill Condon— “Looking Toward 2010: Writing Across the Curriculum”

2003 Alice Conner Gorlin Memorial Lecture featuring
Professor Susan J. Linz — “Barriers to Investment by Russian Firms”

Lecture by Barbara Ehrenreich - "Nickel and Dimed: Down and Out in America"

A Reading and Book Signing by Thomas Lynch

Tavis Smiley lecture

20th Annual Oakland University Women's Studies Film Festival/Seminar
Are you a woman or a man? Cross-dressing in film and theatre

The President's Colloquium Series Presents
Alice S. Horning: Reading, Writing and Digitizing: Critical Literacy in the Internet Age

Annual Sigma Xi Initiation and Dinner featuring Sharon Glotzer- "Computational Nanoscience: Designing Materials from the Bottom Up"

Society of Mechanical Engineers Seminar Dennis K. Pawley -- "Lean Manufacturing"

The Department of English 41st Annual Writer's Conference proudly presents
A reading and book signing with Marge Piercy

The Hammerle Lecture Series Presents
Lotfi A. Zadeh -- "What is Fuzzy Logic and What are its Applications"

Society of Mechanical Engineers Seminar
Dennis K. Pawley -- "Lean Manufacturing"

The Ambassador Leonard Woodcock Legacy Seminar on China
China is in the World Trade Center, Where Do We Go From Here?

The 14th Annual Maurice Brown Poetry Reading Proudly Presents
Billy Collins, Poet Laureate of the United States


Oakland University Calendar - Upcoming OU Events

Created on 12/12/06 by 11/21/02 by Robert Slater / Last updated on 8/25/13 by Robert Slater
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