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ORU Club Receives Acclaim for Humanitarian Projects
  • News, Academics - Jul 29, 2019 | Posted by Adam Palmer

A team of students from Oral Roberts University presented two projects at the Enactus national competition this May in Kansas City, Missouri. Their contributions to local and international issues led them to a third-place finish and a $750 prize. Read More >>

$500,000 Grant Adds to ORU's Supercomputing Capability
  • Faculty-staff, Press, Academics, News, Press Release - Jul 16, 2019 | Posted by Stephanie Hill

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Oral Roberts University professor Dr. Stephen Wheat, in collaboration with colleagues from Cameron University and East Central University, a $500,000 Campus Cyberinfrastructure Grant. Read More >>

Decade of Research Leads ORU Professor to Write A New Book on Science and Faith
  • Academics, Alumni, News, Faculty-staff - Jun 24, 2019 | Posted by Stephanie Hill

From the start of his teaching career in 1992, ORU Professor of Engineering Dr. Dominic Halsmer has always been interested in helping young people understand that there is no conflict between science and the Christian faith. Read More >>

"Landslide Victory" for ORU's Student Media
  • Faculty-staff, Academics, News - Jun 10, 2019 | Posted by Adam Palmer

The Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association and Great Plains Awards recently honored journalism students from Oral Roberts University for their excellent work in print and digital media. Read More >>

ORU Honored for Collaboration in Technology
  • Faculty-staff, Academics, Press Release, News, Press - Jun 7, 2019 | Posted by Stephanie Hill

Tulsa, OK - Oral Roberts University was honored this week to receive the Collaboration as Strategy Award from the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) Commission on Technology during its annual conference at Wheaton College. Read More >>

ORU Helps Attract Business to Oklahoma
  • Academics, Press, Press Release, News - Jun 3, 2019 | Posted by Stephanie Hill

Just weeks after ORU introduced its new supercomputer, Titan, a multi-disciplinary team of ORU students and faculty were putting it to the test by providing critical data to attract business to the State of Oklahoma. Read More >>