Dr. Nilufer Guler joined OU’s School of Education faculty in the spring of 2014 as lead faculty for Kansas Teacher Initial Licensure Programs.
The new B.S. in Addiction Counseling will help provide a viable, and valuable, solution to the widening gap between the demand for treatment and the number of those who are qualified to provide it.
Non-traditional student and veteran William Cutburth took an unconventional path to OU but has graduated to a successful life and career.
OU's live streaming allows the family of one OU-Online graduate to "attend" graduation live from across the globe.
Several board and faculty members have the privilege of presenting family members with their diplomas during OU's 2014 commencement ceremonies.