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Education
Lola Lehman (left) and her sister, Lottie Herd. COURTESY OF LOLA LEHMAN A pair of $150 scholarships awarded to sisters Lola Lehman...
Education
Do words hold the power to inspire and uplift an entire career field? How importantis human connection to health? How does the will to change...
Education
Julie Croff. PHIL SHOCKLEY / UNIVERSITY MARKETING Oklahoma is one of the unhealthiest states in the nation. While health care...
Education
Photo courtesy of the College of Education The “Building Resilient Communities” Project, developed in the OSU College of...
Education
OSUTeach, Oklahoma State University’s new program aimed at increasing theranks of mathematics and science educators in the state and...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Five Oklahoma State University students are heading to Cambridge University in the United Kingdom for their graduate degrees. From left...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Marie Guard shares her story about how smoke alarms installed by OSU helped protect her and her home from fire damage. Marie Guard...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Tabatha Harris, tribal safety circuit rider for the Southern Plains TTAP Center, discusses child passenger safety at a recent...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Larry Carden action photo A unique hands-on facility at Oklahoma State University is pioneering a new avenue in engineering. ...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
“That’s what big-data analytics is all about — taking large amounts of data, mining through it, processing it, and...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology faculty member Dr. Antone Kusmanoff (left) is just one example of professors in the Division of...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Lance Millis (center, in front) is the new director for CEAT Student Services, surrounded by office staff members. From hosting mock...
Education
Shayla Clift (left) and her sister, Skyla, appreciated OSU’s support during a family tragedy. COURTESY OF THE CLIFT FAMILY Few...
Education
Some of the members of the first cohort of non-traditional students to graduate with certification to teach special education are (top...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
OSU alumnus and Fossil Group CIO Ed Robben speaks about his success in engineering and the future of the industry during the...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
People gather for the Student Excellence Center’s grand opening on Nov. 14. CEAT students have been enjoying a new study,...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa recently installed a geothermal system as a cost-effective approach to heating and air equipment...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Hydrant test Land-grant universities are tasked with educating and informing the communities that surround them. As part of the...
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology will soon be using office space in the Helmerich Research Center at...
Image of Austin Horton’s journal entry  (2011)
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Students sketching along the Tiber in Rome The six-credit study abroad program in the School of Architecture started in 1982,...
Brett Walker, a 2004 OSU graduate in mechanical engineering, was named one of Forbes magazine’s “30 under 30” for his company, Electroninks.
Engineering, Architecture & Technology
Brett Walker, a 2004 OSU graduate in mechanical engineering, was named one of Forbes magazine’s “30 under 30” for his...
Arts & Sciences
As a training major for the Midwest City Fire Department, Rodney Foster is often one of the first responders to disasters such as the...
Arts & Sciences
Mary Beth Davis demonstrates the Ekso Bionic Suit at Deer Creek Middle School in Edmond. Certain events during a person’s...
Arts & Sciences
Jodi Jinks Once upon a time, an OSU assistant professor of acting and a group of her mosttalented students went to prison. None...
Arts & Sciences
Professor and conductor Z. Randall Stroope’s edge is still a crowded place that includes conducting at New York City’s...
Arts & Sciences
Gilbert John’s love of science has taken him from his home on a Navajo Reservation in Arizona to all over the United States....
Arts & Sciences
They call Randy Couture “The Natural,” a moniker bestowed after a swift rise to the peaks of professional mixed martial arts (MMA)...
Arts & Sciences
Laura Lopez (right) interned in Gov. Mary Fallin’s communications office. “It’s not every day that you get to draft a...
Arts & Sciences
In the movie Alien, the title character is an extraterrestrial creature that can survive brutal heat and fend off toxins.   In real...
Arts & Sciences
Fall 2013
Larry Mullins, left, presents Vaughn Vennerberg with an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters. Much of who 1976 alumnus Vaughn O....

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