Archive for January 2009

inclusive community discussion, feb. 3rd

Is Norman an inclusive community? Do all of our citizens feel respected and represented in the business, education and social sectors? Are we as a community taking advantage of the economic and social opportunities represented by diversity? Students, faculty, staff and residents of Norman are invited to respond to these questions and address other related […]

Oklahomans fight proposed coal plant

From The Journal Record: Harlan Hentges, an Edmond attorney, has helped numerous farmers and ranchers protect their land in eminent domain cases. But this fight is different. These landowners are not afraid of losing their land – they are concerned their land will lose its value. They are concerned over health and economic development issues […]

OU spring course in Food Sustainability needs students

This spring professor Dana Cesar is offering a course called Food for Thought on Farm to Fork: Food Systems, Schools and Sustainability. This class will only be offered if at least 15 students enroll. They are still short so if you are interested tell your friends. For more information contact: Dana T. Cesar, Ph.D. Interim […]