Volume 35 • Number 2

The Women in the Boats

The opening of a new $6.5 million, on-campus indoor training facility just south of Lloyd Noble Center is signaling a surge to national prominence for the OU women’s rowing team and their coach, Leeanne Crain. See article "The Women in the Boats".

Hugh Scott
Editor:
Carol J. Burr
Associate Editor:
Lynette Lobban
Art Director:
George T. Dotson
Staff Photographer:
Robert Taylor
Publisher:
The University of Oklahoma Foundation, Inc.
Guy L. Patton, President

The Women in the Boats

OU’s newest sport is intercollegiate athletics’ oldest—rowing. For three years the women’s team has been making giant strides under extremely trying conditions.

A Tribute to Academic All-Stars

Priority 1 and 1A: creating a walkable campus and recognizing academic superstars—both purposes being accomplished with creation of the new Scholars Walk.

Finding Common Ground

An exchange program with Jerusalem’s Haruv Institute is providing social work graduate students at OU-Tulsa with shared experiences in dealing with cases of child abuse.
The Tie that Binds

Sooner Vision

The sports broadcasting industry is finding a talented pool of directors, producers and engineers among students who staff the in-house video production arm of the Athletics Department.

Playing with Fire

Tucked away on the south campus is the School of Art’s ceramics lab, where annually on Fuego Friday faculty and students demonstrate the ancient art of kiln-firing.

A Commanding Presence in Engineering

Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Jerry Holmes teaches leadership in the College of Engineering, where both the class and the general are on the very top of students’ popularity polls.