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Good advice from Finance and Accounting Career Day

A large number of Oklahoma State University students filled a Spears School of Business auditorium March 1 to hear some of the most important advice of their young lives – how to find a job. In the first Finance and Accounting Career Day, several company executives, many OSU alumni, were on hand to talk jobs with students eager for guidance.


OSU Flight Team Hosts Aviation Merit Badge Day

The Oklahoma State University Flying Aggies Flight Team recently hosted Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts for its second annual Merit Badge Day. The day included a full slate of activities in which current OSU students shared their passion for flying and taught the scouts about all things aviation.


Equine Research Park Expands

The Equine Research Park at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences (CVHS) recently broke ground for a new equine exercise physiology laboratory.


Three win OSU President’s Fellows Award for research projects

Three Oklahoma State University professors were recently named 2019 President’s Fellows Faculty Research Award recipients. Drs. Sheri Vasinda, Amy Payton, and Joshua Ramsey each received $20,000 for their proposals.


OSU to host Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica wall in April

The Wall That Heals, a 375-foot-long replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., will be on display April 18-21 at Oklahoma State University.


Ibram X. Kendi to Speak on ‘How to Be an Anti-Racist’

Ibram X. Kendi, National Book Award winner and a leading scholar of racism and discriminatory policy in America, will speak on “How to Be an Anti-Racist” at 6 p.m. March 14 in Oklahoma State University’s Student Union Theatre.


OSU/A&M Regents approve personnel actions

Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Miami, Oklahoma.


OSU/A&M Regents approve personnel actions

Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Miami, Oklahoma.


Environmental law enforcement training available in Idabel

To help combat the problem of illegal dump sites, OSU Cooperative Extension is joining forces with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, to host the Oklahoma Environmental Law Enforcement Training Seminar slated April 4 in Idabel, Oklahoma.


Balancing water quality and the bottom line

Addressing water quality and quantity issues are complicated, especially in Oklahoma where water is a divisive issue. Providing clean water for drinking and enough water for agricultural, lawns and landscaping, recreational and industrial use are all hotly debated. But a concern that few people want to think about is how to treat wastewater efficiently and safely.


Have you considered raised bed gardening?

Raised bed gardens have multiple benefits for gardeners.


Mentoring the next generation of biomedical data science researchers

Oklahoma State University data science researcher Dr. Dursun Delen has been selected to mentor a biomedical scientist and physician in using artificial intelligence to model data to improve the efficiency of hospital emergency rooms. Delen, Regents Professor in Management Science and Information Systems in the Spears School of Business, was chosen from a nationwide field of data research experts to participate in the Data Science Rotation for Advancing Discovery Trip (RoAD-Trip), a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program.


Burba Named Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department Head

Dr. Daniel Burba was named the Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department Head at the OSU Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.


OSU team advances to Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

A team of eight Oklahoma State University management science and information systems students recently teamed up to earn a trip to the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.


OSU to Host Stockton/Brooks Free Speech Lecture March 7

Oklahoma State University will host the inaugural Stockton/Brooks Lecture on Thursday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the Wes Watkins Center. The lecture will feature two prominent civil rights and free speech activists, Azhar Majeed and Andy Lester, and will address concerns related to thought control and free speech on college campuses today.


OSU to Host Stockton/Brooks Free Speech Lecture March 7

Oklahoma State University will host the inaugural Stockton/Brooks Lecture on Thursday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the Wes Watkins Center. The lecture will feature two prominent civil rights and free speech activists, Azhar Majeed and Andy Lester, and will address concerns related to thought control and free speech on college campuses today.


OSU student named Truman finalist

Oklahoma State University junior Allison Wilton has been named among the finalists for the highly competitive 2019 Truman Scholarship, the premiere graduate scholarship for aspiring public leaders in the United States


Tribal nations take a look at research review boards

Representatives from the Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Health Services and OSU Institutional Review Board gathered for an Oklahoma State University Center for Sovereign Nations Research Week function.


Two CEAT faculty members win NSF CAREER awards

Jindal Shah and Ashlee Ford Versypt, assistant professors in Oklahoma State University’s school of chemical engineering, have each been awarded the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program award


MBA program welcomes interim director

Those who know Matt Bowler best would describe him as driven, and those who hardly know him at all would describe him as energetic and passionate. These are the characteristics Bowler is applying to his new role as the interim director of Oklahoma State University’s Master of Business Administration program.


New MBA program manager seeks to impact lives

New Master of Business Administration program manager Crystal Wilson has spent her life serving others, and now she is bringing that same passion for service to the Oklahoma State University MBA program.


OSU hosting Tribal Esports Conference and Gaming Festival

Esports is growing in popularity with competitive gamers of all ages and has led to Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business hosting the Tribal Esports Conference and Gaming Festival March 8 at the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center.


Tickets Now on Sale for 2019 Euphoria Fashion Show

EUPHORIA – AN ORANGE CARPET AFFAIR returns to the campus of Oklahoma State University on April 19, 2019, at 8:00 p.m. in the Student Union Theater. For the eighth straight year, apparel design and production students’ creations will be featured in a high-energy, runway fashion show produced by the Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising (DHM) in the College of Human Sciences.


Oklahoma State University announces fall 2018 graduates

Oklahoma State University fall 2018 graduates


Oklahoma State University releases fall 2018 honor rolls

Oklahoma State University fall 2018 President's and Dean's Honor Roll


CEAT Student Services Advisors win Best of State

Kristal Soderstrom Junkens and Sarah Ayres, College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology Student Services Advisors, won the Best of State designation for their presentations during the Oklahoma Academic Advising Association (OACADA) Fall Conference in October 2018. This honor allows the two to present at the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Region Seven Conference in San Antonio, Texas in March 2019.


Andrea Haken selected as reviewer of master certification

Andrea Haken, Career Services Consultant for the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology (CEAT), has been selected as a reviewer for the National Career Development Association (NCDA). She will be serving as an application reviewer for those applying for the Certified Master of Career Services (CMCS) credential, which she attained in July 2018.


New study finds T. rex has an unbeatable ability to twirl, making it a superb predator

A new study from researchers at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences found that Tyrannosaurus rex — and other tyrannosaurs like it — could turn twice as fast as other carnivorous dinosaurs their size.


OSU Center for Health Sciences to celebrate community support during A Stately Affair in Tulsa

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences are hosting their fifth biennial fundraiser ‘A Stately Affair in Tulsa’ on May 16 at the Cox Business Center.


OSU, OU present 14th Annual Executive Development Program for State Officials

The Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University and the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma are partnering to offer the 14th Annual Executive Development Program for State Officials.


From PB Slices to a bite-size PB snack, FAPC researchers are changing the way people eat peanut butter

Researchers at the Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center have developed a bite-size peanut butter product that is individually wrapped, high in protein and made from real peanut butter.


Alumna Receives Young Investigator Award from American Society for Bone and Mineral Research

The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research recently named Oklahoma State University alumna Elizabeth Rendina-Ruedy, Ph.D., as one of 10 international recipients of the 2019 John Haddad Young Investigator Award.


The skinny on cow weight maintenance and forage intake, courtesy of OSU animal scientists

OSU researchers broke the study into two phases: Maintenance energy requirements and voluntary feed intake.


OSU Museum of Art receives major gift from George R. Kravis II Collection

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art has received more than 600 works of fine art and design from the George R. Kravis II collection. The collection ranges from video art to pop art, and 1930s to 21st-century design with an international representation of artists. It includes works from Roy Lichtenstein, Brian Bress, Henry Moore, Charles and Ray Eames, Philippe Starck and Oklahoman Otto Duecker.


FAPC assists with validation of South African dried meat product

Beef jerky a staple in the salty snack realm across the country, and the United States Department of Agriculture requires specifics during production to ensure the dried beef is safe to consume. However, those standards are not upheld around the globe. Researchers at Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center recently assisted Stormberg Foods, a family-owned South African company, with the validity process of producing biltong, a novel version of beef jerky.


Oklahoma State University receives 2018 ACI Excellent University Award for student activities

The American Concrete Institute has named Oklahoma State University with the ACI Award for University Student Activities.


Industrial Assessment Center at Oklahoma State University celebrates 1,000th Industrial Assessment milestone

On Dec. 4, 2018, OSU celebrated its 1,000th industrial assessment/energy audit milestone performed by OSU’s Industrial Assessment Center (IAC). IAC team members, acting and retired faculty, OSU administrators, officials from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Rutgers University, and Wichita State University gathered at CEAT’s newest undergraduate laboratory, ENDEAVOR, to celebrate. The industrial assessment/energy audit was performed the following day at ASCO Aerospace.


OSU offering community courses on deaf culture and American Sign Language

Oklahoma State University alumni Taylor Woodall-Greene, left, and Logan Evans will teach community courses on deaf culture and American Sign Language.


Tim Baghurst Awarded NCAA Research Grant

Dr. Tim Baghurst, associate professor in health and human performance, has been awarded a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) grant totaling nearly $20,000 to fund a research project supporting international student-athletes.


Keep pregnancy toxemia on the radar

A late pregnant doe with pregnancy toxemia.


Former 4-H’er reunited with lost record book 60+ years later

Thanks to the power of social media and the determination of an OSU Cooperative Extension 4-H educator, a former Bryan County 4-H'er has been reunited with her long-lost record book.


Wu named Outstanding Emerging Scholar

Tristan Wu, assistant professor of fire and emergency management administration at Oklahoma State University, was named a 2018 Outstanding Emerging Scholar by the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) in San Antonio, Texas.


Hydration is important all year long

Keeping your body hydrated is important for overall health. Make sure you take the time to hydrate in the winter, just as you do in the summer.


Teaching youngsters economic basics

How do you teach grade school students the economic concept of scarcity? You ask them to make something but don’t give them all the tools they need. That’s what Amy Lee did at the Meaningful Economics and Entrepreneur (MEE) competition sponsored by the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University.


Veterinary Technician Specialists Increase at Oklahoma State’s Veterinary Center

Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences announces there are now five veterinary technician specialists (VTS) on staff at its Veterinary Medical Hospital.


Support and confidence means success at Spears Business

Jocelyn Flores has her eyes set on earning a degree in management information systems, organizing the Miss Hispanic-Latina OSU 2019 Scholarship Pageant and helping high school girls become first-generation college students.


OSU Hospitality Days set for February 18-19

The Oklahoma State University School of Hospitality and Tourism will host its 63rd annual Hospitality Days, February 18-19, 2019, in the north wing of the Human Sciences Building. The event includes a career fair and industry connection opportunities for students and hospitality professionals. On Monday, February 18, at 1 p.m. students will hear from a panel of recently graduated hospitality professionals with a keynote address from Operation Blue Shield founder and CEO Toni Brinker to follow.


Opioid crisis, 'best community practices' focus of upcoming Ardmore meetings

Carter County had an opioid death rate of about 28 per 100,000 people from 2015 to 2017, well above the state average.


OSU DHM awarded NextFifty grant to explore innovative dementia programs

The Oklahoma State University Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising has been selected as a grant recipient by the NextFifty Initiative, a Denver-based nonprofit foundation dedicated to funding innovative, mission-driven initiatives that improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers.


OSU Alumnus Honored with Highest Professional Distinction

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has elected Behrokh Khoshnevis, Oklahoma State University alumnus in industrial engineering and management (IEM), as one of 86 new members. The newly elected class will be inducted during a ceremony at the NAE's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 6, 2019.


CEAT highlights Jesse Langston in honor of Black History Month

Jesse Langston graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1985, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Langston came to OSU with a scholarship intended for minorities in the engineering field. In the 1980s, it was difficult for minority students to get into the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math industry. This scholarship program recruited and retained Oklahoma talent in minority groups to become successful in their future engineering careers.


OSU's Tyler Ley named Most Influential in Concrete Industry

Tyler Ley’s passion for concrete and lack of fear has propelled him into the spotlight of his industry. Ley, professor of civil and environmental engineering at OSU, has even been named among the Most Influential People in the Concrete Industry by Concrete Construction Magazine.


Oklahoma Peanut EXPO set for March 14 in Weatherford

EXPO will be the premier peanut education and training event in the region for 2019.


Oklahoma Peanut EXPO set for March 14 in Weatherford

EXPO will be the premier peanut education and training event in the region for 2019.


Register now to attend March 8 OSU Experiment Station field day at Marshall

The 30th Anniversary Field Day at Marshall will provide overviews of valuable past and new research that will help producers remain on the cutting edge of production and efficiency.


Register now to attend March 8 OSU Experiment Station field day at Marshall

The 30th Anniversary Field Day at Marshall will provide overviews of valuable past and new research that will help producers remain on the cutting edge of production and efficiency.


LGBTQIA+ histories uncovered in 50 States exhibition, opening Feb. 12

LGBTQIA+ histories uncovered including Oklahoma-born playwright Lynn Riggs. Created by artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin. On display at Oklahoma State University Museum of Art.


‘Oklahoma Gardening’ begins 45th season Feb. 16

"Oklahoma Gardening" kicks off its 45th season Feb. 16. Host Casey Hentges begins the season with starting transplants. (Photo by Kane Kinion, Agricultural Communications Services)


‘Oklahoma Gardening’ begins 45th season Feb. 16

"Oklahoma Gardening" kicks off its 45th season Feb. 16. Host Casey Hentges begins the season with starting transplants. (Photo by Kane Kinion, Agricultural Communications Services)


OSU Early Childhood Education ranks in the National Top 10

Oklahoma State University is No. 7 nationally among the 25 Best Early Childhood Education Bachelor’s Programs for 2019, BachelorsDegreeCenter.com (BDC) recently announced. The College of Human Sciences and the Department of Human Development and Family Science are home to the early childhood education program.


Learning why culture matters at the Executive Management Briefing

Is a business leader who cares about connecting with team members a liability who shows weakness or is he someone who’s investing in a productive work culture? For Daniel Coyle, the answer is simple. An organization’s culture is everything, and like investing in your business, leaders who make that investment will enjoy a return on culture.


OSU, KSU, Langston multi-institutional team tackling agricultural data use challenges

Effort made possible through a four-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation.


OSU’s Greenwood School of Music Presents ‘A Night at the Opera’

'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' is among the 14 Operas Oklahoma State University students will highlight during A Night at the Opera on Friday and Saturday at the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts in Stillwater, Oklahoma.


Improving lives: Tulsa's Center for Family Resilience works to help people across Oklahoma

At the Center for Family Resilience in Tulsa, people aren’t simply computer jockeys, analyzing data and making reports. The team is passionate about improving the lives of Oklahomans through research, outreach and engagement. The CFR, established in 2009, uses conferences, program evaluations and community events to educate and support people to reach their fullest potential, both socially and personally.


Consider alternatives to the invasive callery pear

The invasive callery pear can quickly take ove ropen spaces such as pastures, grassland and open woodlands.


OSU’s Veterans Entrepreneurship Program celebrating 10 years of assisting vets

Nearly 30 veterans from across the United States will travel to Oklahoma State University to participate in the 10th annual Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP), an eight-month program that includes an intensive, eight-day entrepreneurial boot camp on the Stillwater campus Feb. 16-23.


Restoring the canine strut

There can be many causes if your dog is struggling to walk, but one of the most common is cranial cruciate ligament disease.


Milo goes home

Milo the Coonhound puppy was released today from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences four days after his scheduled pin removal surgery.


Breaking barriers is focus of 28th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference

The 28th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference will help participants learn more about moving toward their career goals, developing themselves and others and enhance leadership skills from expert women leaders. The day-long conference will be held March 6 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tulsa.


Subhash Kak to receive prestigious award from government of India

The India Ministry of Home Affairs recently announced Subhash Kak, Regents Professor Emeritus in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) at Oklahoma State University, will receive the Padma Shri award from the President of India.


MBAA officers play integral part in MBA program’s success

Last November, Master of Business Administration students elected several officers to represent the student body and advocate for the students’ best interests as part of the MBA Student Association (MBAA). These leadership positions are important components of student life in the Oklahoma State University MBA program, and each role lends a hand in enhancing the MBA experience.


FAPC to highlight student research and natural curing meats

Oklahoma State University's Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center will hold its annual Research Symposium to highlight food and agricultural products research during OSU Research Week.


OSU Center for Health Sciences announces medical school scholarships in honor of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) announced the establishment of multiple scholarship funds totaling $475,000 from the Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and 13 private donors in honor of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school – the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation.


OSU honors civil rights pioneer Nancy Randolph Davis

A statue depicting Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student to attend Oklahoma A&M College, was dedicated in a ceremony Thursday when her lifesize sculpture was unveiled on the Oklahoma State University campus.


Mothers’ invisible workload is damaging their mental health

Unseen mental checklists accompany motherhood, changing as children are shepherded from infancy to adulthood, and researchers from Oklahoma State University and Arizona State University have defined the price mothers pay doing this invisible labor: less satisfaction with their lives and their partnerships.


Milo: Next Steps

Milo, the now famous puppy born with upside down front paws, is making progress in his recovery from corrective surgery performed on January 9 at OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences


Two OSU students win international business plan competition in Toronto

A team of two Oklahoma State University students won the Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition with its startup business plan for Contraire, a predictive analysis control system designed to provide near real-time wastewater test measurements.


Register now for OSU’s Grape Management Course

Enrollment is now open for the 2019 Grape Management Course. Learn the ins and outs of producing this fruit crop.


Campus statue to honor OSU civil rights pioneer Nancy Randolph Davis

In honor of Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student to attend then-Oklahoma A&M College, a statue of the civil rights pioneer will be dedicated Thursday, Jan. 31, on the Stillwater campus. Davis overcame racial obstacles to pursue her master’s degree in 1949.


OSU Research wins Hall of Fame Competition

A group of OSU researchers in the school of chemical engineering (ChE) were recently named winners of the 10th annual ANSYS Hall of Fame competition for their work in Transient Airflow and Particle Transport Dynamics in an Elastic Lung Model. They were one of three academic winners from across the world.


OSU Alumni Association Inducting AJ and Susan Jacques into the OSU Hall of Fame

AJ and Susan Jacques of Stillwater are two of five Oklahoma State University graduates who are being inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame on February 8. Induction into the OSU Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by Oklahoma State University. It recognizes alumni and former students with outstanding lifetime achievements in society and professional life.


Milo: Making Progress on Road to Recovery

At Milo’s second bandage change, his surgeon, Dr. Erik Clary, is pleased with the puppy’s progress.


Medication collection program aims to combat opioid crisis in Oklahoma

Palace Drug, a locally owned pharmacy in Cleveland, Oklahoma, has become the first pharmacy to join forces with Oklahoma State University’s Prevention Programs (OSUPP), the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI) and Covanta Environmental Solutions to collect and safely destroy leftover pharmaceuticals free of charge.


Spears Business alumni Joseph Eastin, Jennifer Grigsby to enter OSU Hall of Fame

A pair of Spears School of Business alumni – Joseph Eastin of Dallas and Jennifer M. Grigsby of Edmond – will be among five Oklahoma State University graduates who are being inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame.


OSU Alumni Association inducting Neal McCaleb into the OSU Hall of Fame

Neal McCaleb of Edmond is one of five Oklahoma State University graduates who are being inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame.


OSU/A&M Regents approve personnel actions

Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Stillwater.


Becky Walker named 2019 Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Distinguished Educator

Pontotoc County Extension 4-H Youth Development educator. receives prestigious honor.


Oklahoma Pecan Management Course set to begin Feb. 26

The popular Oklahoma Pecan Management course is set to begin Feb. 26. Registration deadline is Feb. 13.


Brenda Miller honored with Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service educator award

The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service has honored Becky Walker and Brenda Miller with its prestigious 2019 Distinguished Educator awards.


Oklahoma State University provides new mental health resources to students

University Counseling Services at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater has expanded its mental health services for students both on and off campus.


OSU’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology mentors honored

Eight students from OSU’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were honored for their mentoring work. They include (from left) Joseph Nguyen, Scott Cornelius, Courtney Andrews, Brooke Ryan, Emily Michalak, Angela Peter, Chelsea Streets and Lindsey Marsh.


Final Friday Art Crawl emerges art culture of downtown Stillwater

The Final Friday Art Crawl has emerged as a new Stillwater tradition, bringing hundreds to downtown Stillwater the final Friday of every month.


Planning now can ease financial strain of 2019 holiday season

Planning and setting aside money now can help ease financial crunch for the 2019 holiday season.


Milo: Traveling the Road to Recovery

Milo, a rescued hound puppy, is traveling down the road to recovery. Born with front paws that turned upward instead of down, Milo underwent corrective surgery on January 9, 2019, at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.


OSU’s online MBA among nation’s best in U.S. News & World Report rankings

Oklahoma State University’s online MBA program and other online graduate programs in the Spears School of Business were once again recognized among the nation’s best in the 2019 U.S. News and World Report Best Online MBA and Graduate Business Program rankings.


OSU Adds Cirrus Aircraft SR20 to Flight Training Fleet

Oklahoma State University has announced the selection of the technologically-advanced Cirrus Aircraft SR20 as an addition to its existing aviation program fleet. This is the first partnership between Cirrus and OSU, resulting in five new aircraft for the well-established aviation program.


Health Data Shootout to target opioids

Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation Institute for Predictive Medicine is set to host the 2019 Health Data Shootout from Feb. 20 through March 29.


Health Data Shootout to target opioids

Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation Institute for Predictive Medicine is set to host the 2019 Health Data Shootout from Feb. 20 through March 29.


OSU's veterinary hospital treats puppy born with upside-down paws

Milo, a 5-week-old hound puppy, was born with front paws that turned upward instead of down.


OSU's veterinary hospital treats puppy born with upside-down paws

Milo, a 5-week-old hound puppy, was born with front paws that turned upward instead of down.


Milo

Milo, a 5-week-old hound puppy, was born with front paws that turned upward instead of down.


Center for Veterinary Health Sciences treats puppy born with upside-down paws

Milo, a 5-week-old hound puppy, was born with front paws that turned upward instead of down.


Taking ownership of workplace culture is goal of innovative program hosted by OSU

An innovative program allowing participants to discover new ways to take ownership of workplace culture and take concrete tools back to organizations to help advance the group’s cultural agenda is coming to Tulsa. The Culture Summit, hosted by Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, is from 8 a.m. to noon on Feb. 7 at the Downtown DoubleTree Hotel.


CREATE BRIDGES program hosting two public forums

Two informative forums are slated to help residents in Oklahoma learn ways in which to enhance their rural economies.


CEATs Online Graduate Programs Jump in National Rankings

Oklahoma State University’s online programs from its College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology rose dramatically in the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report magazine. The magazine placed the OSU programs at 16th in the nation, up from 37th in 2018 and 31st in 2017. OSU continues to have the state’s highest ranking for best online graduate engineering programs.


Scooters returning to OSU campus

Electric scooters will return to the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus Jan. 22. Three major changes will be involved with their return: mandatory parking sites, lower costs and a company new to Stillwater.


Register now to attend 2019 Eastern Oklahoma Beef Cattle Summit

This year’s summit will emphasize effective stockmanship.


Producers should rotate hay feeding locations for cattle

Concentrated hay-feeding sites can negatively affect hygiene in those areas during calving, leading to instances of scours and navel ill in calves.


Treating lice: A wintertime threat

The cold of winter doesn’t stop all the external parasites that can torment livestock. While flies and ticks are mainly warm-weather pests, we still have lice to contend with in the winter.


McNair Scholars program supports underrepresented students

To mark the end of its first year of operation, the McNair Scholars Program for undergraduates at Oklahoma State University is celebrating with its inaugural group of 25 scholars. The program provides research opportunities and academic support to first-generation, low-income and underrepresented undergraduate students to help them prepare to pursue doctoral degrees.


OSU Aviation Selected to Participate in Top Hawk Program

The Oklahoma State University Aviation Program has been selected to participate in the 2019 Top Hawk program, a partnership between Textron Aviation and top university aviation schools that provides students with access to the world’s most popular single-engine aircraft, the Cessna® Skyhawk®.


Winter weather may affect cattle market factors, animal performance

Whether or not weather impacts are widespread enough to noticeably impact overall market conditions, cattle producers in specific areas of the country face significant management headaches.


Winter weather may affect cattle market factors, animal performance

Whether or not weather impacts are widespread enough to noticeably impact overall market conditions, cattle producers in specific areas of the country face significant management headaches.


Alice’s Adventures in Oklahoma

Alice, a 7-year-old female rabbit from California, She recently spent 17 days at the CVHS for cancer treatment.


OSU's Imraan Faruque research recognized to keep beehive buzzing

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently recognized Imraan Faruque, assistant professor in mechanical and aerospace engineering and director of the autonomous physics laboratory at OSU, as one of 25 awardees of the 2019 Young Investigator Program (YIP). In addition to the recognition, the program also provides a grant up to $750k for up to three years to support a related research project.


Shedding light on shade gardening

Gardening enthusiasts can gain insight on what it takes to be successful with gardening in the shade during the Oklahoma Horticultural Society’s Annual Meetings.


OSU Announces Howard Barnett’s Position Change

Oklahoma State University announced today that Howard Barnett, President of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, will become President Emeritus of OSU-Tulsa effective July 1, 2019.


OSU offers new Board-Registered Certificate Program in financial planning for undergraduates

Oklahoma State University has been approved by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. to provide a new financial planning certificate for undergraduate students.


Duncan-Andrade Named 2019 Brock International Prize in Education Laureate

Jeff Duncan-Andrade, associate professor of raza studies at San Francisco State University, has been named the 2019 Brock International Prize in Education Laureate for his significant contributions to the field of education, particularly surrounding his work as a practitioner-researcher in urban education. This honor recognizes the ideas and work of those who have contributed to the science and art of education by providing long-term benefits to humanity through change and improvement in education at any level.


Reuse live Christmas tree as a place for food, shelter for birds

Recycle your old Christmas tree into a bird feeder.


New book brings Oklahoma’s historic cultural landscapes to light

Over the course of 25 years beginning in 1987, Dr. Charles L.W. Leider and a team of students studied, documented and drew original layouts of 18 cultural sites. The findings are published in Leider’s latest book, “Historic Cultural Landscapes of Oklahoma,” which comes out Jan. 14.


Treating equine bone spavin

Equine athletes — those beautiful horses who compete in races, rodeos and other events — can suffer any number of medical issues. One common affliction that causes lameness in these animals is bone spavin, or degenerative joint disease.


Treating equine bone spavin

Equine athletes — those beautiful horses who compete in races, rodeos and other events — can suffer any number of medical issues. One common affliction that causes lameness in these animals is bone spavin, or degenerative joint disease.


OSU-USRI performs first-of-its-kind BLVOS flights

Oklahoma State University - Unmanned Systems Research Institute (OSU-USRI) conducted its first Beyond Visual Line of Site (BVLOS) research test flights on Dec. 18. The team operated unmanned aircraft within the national airspace system (NAS) at distances beyond the visual site of the pilot at the controls.


OSU-USRI performs first-of-its-kind BVLOS flights

Oklahoma State University - Unmanned Systems Research Institute (OSU-USRI) conducted its first Beyond Visual Line of Site (BVLOS) research test flights on Dec. 18. The team operated unmanned aircraft within the national airspace system (NAS) at distances beyond the visual site of the pilot at the controls.


OSU alumna among five Angus icons featured in new documentary

Minnie Lou Bradley — the first woman to enroll in animal husbandry at Oklahoma A&M in 1949 — is one of five people from the Angus cattle industry being recognized for their greatness in the latest American Angus Association's documentary series, I Am Angus: The Art of Greatness.


OSU alumna among five Angus icons featured in new documentary

Minnie Lou Bradley — the first woman to enroll in animal husbandry at Oklahoma A&M in 1949 — is one of five people from the Angus cattle industry being recognized for their greatness in the latest American Angus Association's documentary series, I Am Angus: The Art of Greatness.


OSU now offers Board-Registered Certificate Program in Financial Planning

Oklahoma State University has been approved by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP Board) to provide a new financial planning certificate for undergraduate students.


2018 farm bill a lot like the 2014 version, but with some key changes

Legislation maintains a strong safety net for the farm economy, invests in critical agricultural research and will promote agriculture exports through robust trade programs.


Red River Crops Conference Jan. 23-24 in Childress, Texas

The collaborative effort by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and Texas AgriLife Extension alternates between Oklahoma and Texas annually.


OSU’s Sitton earns national honors for teaching and student engagement

An agricultural communications professor, Sitton was selected by a committee of her peers from universities across the country.


OSU students make an impact through tailgate recycling efforts

OSU students efforts help the environment by recycling trash collected at tailgate sites during football season.


Chesapeake Energy will host 2019 OSU Leadership Development Certificate Series

Chesapeake Energy is collaborating with the OSU Spears School of Business to host the 2019 OSU Leadership Development Certificate Series for business leaders in the Oklahoma City area. The 2019 series will include four seminars open to the public on Jan. 22, April 16, Aug. 27 and Nov. 5 at Chesapeake Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City.


BQA in place and ready to help with beef packer certification requirements

Several beef packers have announced recently they will be requiring Beef Quality Assurance certification from their suppliers of fed cattle.


U.S retail beef prices doing well in face of increased meat supplies

Choice and all-fresh retail beef prices have averaged 0.2 percent and 0.7 percent above last year.


Academic Triumph: OSU program helps Latino youth succeed in school

Now in its fifth year, the Unidos program works with seventh- and eighth-graders from five Tulsa Public Schools to encourage high school graduation and to promote higher education. About half the students are English language learners, coming from homes where most parents speak only Spanish.


$1.8 Million Awarded to Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences to Combat Opioid Epidemic

The Center for Wellness and Recovery at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) has been awarded more than $1.8 million in state and federal funds to combat the opioid epidemic in Oklahoma.


OSU named a top 100 college for veterans

Oklahoma State University has once again been named one of the top 100 colleges for veterans by the Military Times news agency.


OSU named a top 100 college for veterans

Oklahoma State University has once again been named one of the top 100 colleges for veterans by the Military Times news agency.


OSUs Brett Rowh honored by Stillwater Public Schools

Brett Rowh, Oklahoma State University’s coordinator of concurrent student academic services, was honored by the Stillwater school system with a Community Partner of the Month award for December.


Two Space Cowboys Teams Selected for Micro-g NexT

NASA has selected two Space Cowboys teams from Oklahoma State University for the 2019 Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Teams (Micro-g NExT).


CEAT Well Represented at University Awards Convocation

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology was well represented at the 2018 University Awards Convocation. Multiple CEAT faculty and staff were awarded for excellence, scholarly achievement, outstanding contributions and loyalty to the field of engineering, architecture and technology.


CEAT Well Represented at University Awards Convocation

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology was well represented at the 2018 University Awards Convocation. Multiple CEAT faculty and staff were awarded for excellence, scholarly achievement, outstanding contributions and loyalty to the field of engineering, architecture and technology.


CEAT Staff Recognized at SAC Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony

Each year, OSU’s Staff Advisory Council holds the Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony to recognize staff members across the University for their hard work, dedication and contribution to the overall success of the University. Awards are presented to the top ten employees nominated by their supervisors or co-workers. This year, three employees from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were represented in the top ten.


FAPC impacts Oklahoma food industry in 2018

Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center continued to support innovation and growth of food and agricultural businesses throughout Oklahoma in 2018, providing a total economic impact of $120.31 million.


FAPC impacts Oklahoma food industry in 2018

Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center continued to support innovation and growth of food and agricultural businesses throughout Oklahoma in 2018, providing a total economic impact of $120.31 million.


OSU, University of Nevada, Reno team up for innovative gaming leadership conference

Oklahoma State University and the University of Nevada, Reno are partnering to offer an innovative gaming leadership conference for industry experts on casino marketing strategies, data analytics and agile project management for casinos.


Winners named in MSBAN case competition

A team of five Oklahoma State University Master’s in Business Analytics students were recently selected as the winners of the first ever Business Analytics case competition on the Stillwater campus.


OSU graduate student receives scholarship; attends food safety conference

An Oklahoma State University graduate student was recognized for her academic ability, leadership potential, and passion for the food industry and food safety auditing profession. Conner McDaniel, a food science graduate student, was selected as a recipient of a $3,000 scholarship grant from the Food Marketing Institute Foundation for the 2018-2019 academic year.


Donor Match Will Help Oklahoma State Help Horses

The Center for Veterinary Health Sciences Ranch at Oklahoma State University wants to purchase a new ultrasound unit to enhance the learning experience of veterinary students in the area of breeding management and reproduction issues in horses.


OSU wins Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Award with Welcome Plaza

Oklahoma State University was presented with the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Collegiate Award for the transformation of an unsightly area into the Welcome Plaza.


Tips to help avoid gift card fraud this holiday season

What consumers need to know to protect their investment in gift cards.


Fractionation Research establishes professorship for distillation research at Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and Fractionation Research Inc. (FRI) are deepening their long-standing relationship through an endowed professorship in chemical engineering established by the Stillwater-based company.


Oklahoma State University announces new vice president for Student Affairs

Oklahoma State University announces the hiring of Dr. Douglas A. Hallenbeck as vice president for Student Affairs, subject to approval by the OSU/A&M Board of Regents. Dr. Hallenbeck will succeed Dr. Lee Bird, who is retiring in January after more than 18 years of service.


Top 10 food safety tips for this holiday season

The Christmas season is here, and many will be gathering around the dinner table devouring their favorite holiday meals. Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center wants to make sure you keep food safety tips in mind when preparing those holiday meals.


OSU Ophthalmologists Offer Equine Cataract Surgery

Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences recently acquired a phacoemulsification machine that allows them to perform cataract surgery on horses.


Allan Houser sculpture Abstract Orange takes OSU orange to new level

A second Allan Houser sculpture, this one perfectly matched to America’s Brightest Orange, was unveiled Wednesday during a ceremony hosted by Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis and First Cowgirl Ann Hargis. Abstract Orange is a continuation of OSU’s initiative of integrating public art on campus.


OSU, AARP team up to help bridge the ‘digital divide’ in rural Oklahoma

Mobile hotspots program "overwhelmingly popular" with local residents and public libraries.


EHA Faculty and Staff Honored at University Awards Convocation

Six faculty and staff from the College of Education, Health and Aviation were honored at the annual University Awards Convocation on December 4.


What if it’s foot rot? What if it’s not?

Increased rain can cause lameness in cattle. The most common cause of lameness in beef cattle after rains is foot rot...


Student wins award for poster presentation

Ru Wang received the Outstanding Poster Presentation award at the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center Research Symposium last month in Oklahoma City.