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Diagnosing Hardware Disease
While you may have heard of a cow being diagnosed with Hardware Disease, many misunderstandings exist about this syndrome.
OSU researcher awarded NIH fellowship to study psychology of weight stigma
OSU doctoral student Natalie Keirns has spent countless hours studying the psychology of weight stigma. Last month, she was awarded a prestigious fellowship from the National Institutes of Health, and now she’s looking to build on her work and continue to combat obesity-related disease from the perspective of a clinical psychologist.
Faculty and staff recognized for excellence
Eleven faculty and staff in the College of Education and Human Sciences were recognized for excellence in service, mentorship, creativity and innovation at the college's annual Faculty and Staff Awards reception originally set for May 2020 but held virtually Sept. 17, 2020.
Chemical engineering professor researching new battery technologies
Dr. Ömer Çapraz, an assistant professor from the School of Chemical Engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) at Oklahoma State University (OSU), is researching and developing new battery technologies that could significantly impact the future of energy.
Spears Business enrollment strong
Oklahoma State University business students returned to campus in strong numbers this fall despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Fall 2020 Spears School of Business enrollment increased 4 percent, or 202 students, for the Stillwater campus compared to fall 2019. Impressively, returning undergraduate enrollment at Stillwater was up nearly 5 percent based on numbers from Sept. 1.