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OSU Opera Theatre wins third in National Opera Association competition

Thu, Dec 01, 2022

The National Opera Association (NOA) recently announced that Oklahoma State University Opera Theatre’s 2021-2022 production of Handel’s Rinaldo won third place in Division II of the NOA Production Competition. The Opera Theatre program, part of the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music, will receive the award at the NOA’s 68th Annual National Conference in Houston in January.

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OSU geology professor wins Theis Award for contributions to groundwater hydrology

Mon, Nov 28, 2022

Dr. Todd Halihan, professor in the Boone Pickens School of Geology (BPSoG) at Oklahoma State University, was recently awarded the Charles V. Theis Award by the American Institute of Hydrology (AIH) for his work in groundwater hydrology.

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OSU pianists take home top prizes in Music Teacher Association competitions

Mon, Nov 28, 2022

On Nov. 6, Oklahoma State University Greenwood School of Music pianists prevailed once again in numerous categories at the annual Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA) competitions in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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CDIS major named Fall 2022 CAS Orange Gown Graduate

Mon, Nov 28, 2022

The College of Arts and Sciences has once again selected an impressive student to be the December 2022 Orange Gown Graduate. Liesl Melnick, communication sciences and disorders major and psychology minor, will wear the bright orange robe at commencement on Dec. 17 in recognition of her achievements as an Oklahoma State University undergraduate.

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OSU Department of Physics aims to resurrect Mendenhall Observatory

Mon, Nov 21, 2022

The Department of Physics is raising funds to restore Oklahoma State University’s Mendenhall Observatory, which is currently nonoperational and requires updating the telescope control system. Located just southwest of OSU’s Stillwater campus, the observatory houses the largest telescope in the state.

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Six College of Arts and Sciences students named Niblack Scholars

Tue, Nov 15, 2022

Oklahoma State University has named six students from the College of Arts and Sciences as Niblack Research Scholars for 2022-23. These undergraduate students were chosen to conduct mentored research in their given scientific area.

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Greenwood School of Music to welcome Warner Music executive for public Q&A

Mon, Nov 14, 2022

On Friday, Nov. 18, the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music (GSM) will welcome home Oklahoma State University alumnus and Warner Music Nashville Executive Vice President of A&R Scott Hendricks to its Recital Hall. Hendricks plans to pull back the curtain on the country music business and participate in a Q&A session with music industry students and the public.

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OSU psychologist finds an aversion to swearing may lead to incorrect word pronunciation

Fri, Nov 11, 2022

A new study by Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Sarah Kucker and the University of Miami’s Dr. Lynn Perry examined how socially taboo words change how we say new words. In the study, participants read aloud made-up words that were spelled to either rhyme with a swear word, such as “kuck,” or rhyme with a neutral word, like “wug” rhyming with “rug”.

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OSU College of Arts and Sciences alumna wins Emmy for work on 20/20

Tue, Nov 01, 2022

The National Television Academy recently announced the winners of its News and Documentary Emmy Awards, and Oklahoma State University alumna Maddy Cunningham was on the list. Cunningham, who graduated with degrees in multimedia journalism and theatre in 2016, was a field producer for the 20/20 episode “The Babies of 9/11: Twenty Years Later.” On Sept. 29, she and her colleagues were awarded the Emmy for Outstanding Soft Feature Story: Long Form.

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OSU theatre department puts on whimsical production of ‘A Year with Frog and Toad’

Mon, Oct 31, 2022

Did you ever read the story “Frog and Toad All Year” by Arnold Lobel? If so, you will want to see what the Oklahoma State University Department of Theatre has been up to the past few weeks.

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OSU Alumni Association names 15 CAS students as Seniors of Significance

Fri, Oct 28, 2022

The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association named 15 students from the College of Arts and Sciences among their 2022-2023 Seniors of Significance.

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