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Symphony orchestra director wins national award

Thu, Jan 13, 2022

Oklahoma State University’s director of Orchestral Studies has claimed one of the top awards in his field for the second time. Dr. Thomas Dickey has received his second Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award in Orchestral Programming since coming to OSU.

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OSU hosts annual state groundwater conference for first time

Thu, Jan 06, 2022

For many, running water is taken for granted. If you turn on the tap, it’s there. But, the pool of professionals in charge of ensuring that clean water continues to flow is drastically diminishing. According to the American Geoscience Institute, there are more than 135,000 open positions in the industry now.

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Liz Roth exhibition at OSU Museum of Art explores landscapes layer by layer

Mon, Jan 03, 2022

A new exhibition by OSU art professor Liz Roth opens Jan. 11 at the OSU Museum of Art. “Understanding Place: Ideas and Process” features landscapes from the artist’s travels, with special emphasis on Roth’s research and creative methods.

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Alumni return to Stillwater to perform at McKnight Center

Tue, Dec 14, 2021

Bill Scott Sheets is just one of a few alumni who will be making their McKnight debuts: vocalist Sarah Coburn will finally get to perform after her show was canceled last year and French hornist Ernesto Tovar Torres will be on stage with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

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Celebrating in the key of Greenwood

Tue, Dec 14, 2021

The grand opening celebration for the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music was a long time in the making.

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President Shrum presides over first commencement as ceremonies return indoors

Sat, Dec 11, 2021

Oklahoma State University’s commencement ceremonies returned indoors Saturday for the first time in two years as Chancellor Allison Garrett of the State’s Regents for Higher Education delivered the keynote address. OSU President Kayse Shrum presided over her first graduation, making the 143rd commencement the first all-female-led ceremony in OSU’s history.

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CAS student named Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal

Wed, Dec 08, 2021

Emily Geest came to Oklahoma State University hoping to make the most out of her time left in school, and her numerous accolades indicate she has succeeded. Now, she has another to add to the list: Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal.

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Shrum’s inaugural commencement marks return to Gallagher-Iba Arena

Fri, Dec 03, 2021

President Kayse Shrum last walked across the stage in 1998 and now she will be the one giving out the degrees. Dr. Shrum, who became Oklahoma State University’s president on July 1, has already accomplished a number of firsts in her role, but on Dec. 10 and Dec. 11, she will preside over her first commencement ceremonies.

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