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Students offer thoughts on Constitution as part of library’s holiday commemoration

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

The United States Constitution means a lot of different things to many different people. Hundreds of thousands of words have been written about it, but this week, the Oklahoma State University Library wanted to hear a person’s thoughts in only six words.

Political ScienceCollege of Arts and Scienceslibrary servicesConstitution DayEdmon Low Library
OSU named a top public school in U.S. News and World Report

Thu, Sep 16, 2021

Oklahoma State University maintained its strong standing as a top 100 public school in the latest U.S. News and World Report’s Best College Rankings list released this week.

Awards and RankingsCollege of Arts and SciencesUS News and World ReportSpears School of BusinessOffice of Veteran AffairsCollege of Engineering Architecture and Technology
How Baker became an 'Everyman'

Tue, Sep 14, 2021

Bryson Baker changed his life plan from medical school to theatre, and eventually changed again to open his own business. Everyman is focused on coffee, alcohol, barbering and menswear.

College of Arts and Sciencesstudent unionBusinessTheatreArts and Humanities
OSU’s Greenwood School of Music celebrates grand opening

Mon, Sep 13, 2021

Members of the Cowboy family celebrated the grand opening of the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music building Saturday. The event kicked off with the sound of student performances resonating throughout the first floor as guests toured the many unique spaces

College of Arts and Sciencespresident kayse shrumArts and HumanitiesMichael and Anne GreenwoodGreenwood School of Music
OSU hosting Constitution Day celebration next week

Wed, Sep 08, 2021

In celebration of Constitution Day on Friday, Sept. 17, the Oklahoma State University Library and the Department of Political Science are hosting a weeklong celebration starting Monday, Sept. 13.

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OSU Museum of Art receives highest national recognition awarded accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums

Tue, Sep 07, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art has achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition for the nation’s museums. Accreditation signifies excellence to the museum community, governments, funders, outside agencies and the museum-going public.

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Math professor receives competitive research grant

Wed, Sep 01, 2021

Xu Zhang, a Department of Mathematics professor who specializes in numerical analysis, received the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award for his research proposal on using unfitted mesh to solve three-dimensional interface problems. The award provides recipients $5,000 and OSU will match the award with another $5,000, making Zhang’s total prize worth $10,000.

Science and TechnologyCollege of Arts and SciencesResearchMathematics
OSU chemistry professor receives $1.8 million NIH grant

Wed, Aug 18, 2021

Oklahoma State University chemistry professor Jimmie Weaver received a 5-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, becoming one of only six people in Oklahoma ever to receive the award.

ResearchScience and TechnologyChemistryCollege of Arts and Sciences
The McKnight Center Opens Ticket Packages for 2021-2022 Season to the Public

Tue, Aug 03, 2021

Season subscribers have early access to high-demand concerts like Tim McGraw and Bernadette Peters

mcknight center for the performing artsMcKnight CenterCollege of Arts and Sciences
OSU Museum of Art features Regents Professor Moh’d Bilbeisi’s work

Thu, Jul 29, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, Vision and Visionary: The Paintings and Drawings of Moh’d Bilbeisi, features over 70 works of art including paintings of architectural landscapes from across the globe, imaginative drawings and original sketchbooks. The exhibition runs Aug. 10-Oct. 2.

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Psychology Ph.D. student receives $68K NIH grant to study aging and childhood trauma

Wed, Jul 28, 2021

Less than a year after submitting her grant application to the National Institute on Aging — a subset of the National Institutes of Health — Psychology Ph.D. student Cindy Tsotsoros was awarded $68,590 in May to study the impact of childhood adversity on indicators of brain health. The R36 Dissertation Award had previously only been given to one other OSU student and funds both Tsotsoros’ stipend and her research with young and aging women.

ResearchPsychologyGraduate CollegeHuman Health and WellnessCollege of Arts and Sciences

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