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OSU safety measures in place for student move-in day

OSU safety measures in place for student move-in day

With detailed safety precautions in place, Oklahoma State University students began the move-in process Friday.

OSU professor receives FCCLA Alumni Achievement Award
Mon, Jul 20, 2020

Dr. Paula Tripp, Oklahoma State University clinical associate professor in Human Development and Family Science, received the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Alumni Achievement Award at the first-ever Virtual National Leadership Conference July 7-9, 2020.

Online workshops support teachers
Mon, Jul 20, 2020

Online learning may be part of the “new normal” for many schools, and Oklahoma State University professors are helping teachers prepare.

Alumna launches only private recreational therapy program in Oklahoma, impacts foster youth
Mon, Jul 20, 2020

When a program closure left many foster youth without access to vital counseling services, Lilli Higgins, a 2017 OSU recreational therapy graduate, founded her own therapy nonprofit to help.

Clothing sizes of the future
Fri, Jun 12, 2020

Clothing of the future may rely less on numbered sizes, and more on data points.

School administrators respond to coronavirus pandemic
Mon, Jun 01, 2020

Faculty in the Oklahoma State University educational leadership program knew they had established something special with the TeleEd program, but no one could have imagined the impact it would have during an unexpected worldwide pandemic.

 Hernandez caps OSU experience as grad commencement marshal
Wed, May 27, 2020

Corina Hernandez has graduated with degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders and Human Development and Family Science. And just this spring she added a master’s in speech language pathology. Her work as a graduate student landed her one of two university-wide Spring 2020 Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal awards, which includes a monetary prize and the chance to lead her fellow graduates into commencement. However, because COVID-19 forced graduation to the virtual sphere, Hernandez will return in December for the latter duty.

students on the front steps of Willard Hall

About the College of Education and Human Sciences

People are at the core of all that we do in the College of Education and Human Sciences. With a commitment to diversity and inclusion, we empower lifelong learners and leaders who strengthen communities through education, health, human development and more. The college enrolls nearly 4,000 students in 35 undergraduate and 64 graduate degree programs. Our 172 faculty are committed to student success and have a strong reputation for providing a high-quality academic experience. As part of our land-grant mission, we promote teaching, learning, extension, outreach and creative activities within our communities across the state. Our research endeavors consistently create new knowledge in the areas of health promotion, disease prevention, education, design, aviation and more.

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