Tuesday , October 17, 2017

Over the river, and behind towers…

Over the river, and behind towers…

The sun brightens the yellow cords that hold up a well-placed wooden swing deeply hidden behind Towers here on campus. On its left is a small house, and to its right is a valley o ...

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Engineering department designs Hyperloop

Engineering department designs Hyperloop

A team of engineering students, called Codex, competed in the SpaceX Hyperloop competition last weekend, and earned the opportunity to compete in the finals in Hawthorne, Californ ...

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New grant promotes STEM development

New grant promotes STEM development

Beginning this summer, 26 scholars will receive $1.148 million in scholarships over the next five years. Students in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) departmen ...

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Science vs. Religion: Dr. Halsmer’s book seeks to marry conflicting topics

Science vs. Religion: Dr. Halsmer’s book seeks to marry conflicting topics

Dr. Dominic Halsmer, director of the Center for Faith and Learning, is in the midst of writing his first book, “Hacking the Cosmos.” He is half-way done and expecting to have it f ...

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‘Ender’s Game’ author talks magic, faith, science

‘Ender’s Game’ author talks magic, faith, science

Orson Scott Card, science fiction author best known for “Ender’s Game,” discussed the boundary lines and overlapping natures of science, fantasy, magic and faith Friday night to a ...

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Science conference to host ‘Ender’s Game’ author

Science conference to host ‘Ender’s Game’ author

ORU will host a Science and Science Fiction Conference in April 17-18. Professors, alumni and current students will speak at the event organized by ORU’s Dr. Andrew Lang and Dr. M ...

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Memorial service set for retired science professor

Memorial service set for retired science professor

Dr. Stephen Richard Herr passed away Nov. 1 in his new home city of Cuenca, Ecuador. An informal memorial service will be held at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church on Sunday, ...

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Mathematics professor honored at White House

Mathematics professor honored at White House

Oral Roberts University professor of Mathematics, Dr. Andrew Lang, received honors at the White House this summer for his contribution in Open Notebook Science. Dr. Lang helped cr ...

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