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In Other News SEPTEMBER 20, 2006 Events

OU honored for efforts to curb underage drinking

The University of Oklahoma was honored recently by the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center as a “Success Story” for the University’s efforts and commitment to curb underage drinking. The honor was presented to OU at the UDETC’s 2006 National Leadership Conference, hosted in conjunction with the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association’s Annual Conference, in Baltimore to recognize the innovative partnership between the University and the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office to enforce underage drinking laws both on campus and in the community. Read more.

Teams of robotic dogs engage in public soccer match at Rogers State

Teams of robotic dogs recently engaged in a live soccer match at Rogers State University, as part of a demonstration of the “RSUnleashed” – the only four-legged robotic soccer team in Oklahoma.

Two free demonstrations of the soccer-playing robotic dogs were conducted on an indoor soccer field in Herrington Hall – home of the university’s School of Business and Technology. Coordinating the soccer matches was Dr. Vadym Kyrylov, an internationally recognized researcher and expert in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence and simulation and gaming, who joined the RSU faculty this summer. Read more.

OSU's impact on rural health examined

The OSU Center for Rural Health at OSU Center for Health Sciences brought together more than 50 community leaders, health care providers and legislators from across the state for a first-hand look at OSU’s existing and future impact on rural health care in Oklahoma.

The event marked the first official meeting of the Rural Health Advisory Council, created by OSU Center for Rural Health to involve and solicit feedback from stakeholders who can influence the future of health care in rural Oklahoma. Read more.

USAO art seniors bare souls in 'Pin-Up' exhibit

Three art seniors chose to bare it all in ‘Pin-Ups,’ an art exhibit that was recently on display at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. The art show featured the works of Moore artists Marcie Price and Heidi Helmers, as well as Gail Grass of Chickasha.

And although they don’t appear disrobed, these décor divas used multiple media to give a peep show of what’s going on inside. Read more.

OPSU offers military personnel, families 'Operation Freedom Call'

Oklahoma Panhandle State University, AT&T Pioneers and Panhandle Share-Ed Video Network (PSVN) are working together to provide military personnel stationed in Iraq and their families an opportunity to visit via video conferencing. The free service provides deployed soldiers and their families a private, live, face-to-face 20-minute video call through the use of the Freedom Call Foundation (FCF) satellite links. Read more.

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