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Two Oklahoma State University nutritional sciences professors are part of a team receiving recognition for their work to address diabetes through education and awareness.
Two Oklahoma State University professors received national awards from the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities’ Board on Human Sciences (BoHS), recognizing accomplishments in promoting human sciences.
As Oklahoma weathers an ongoing teacher shortage, Oklahoma State University’s College of Education and Human Sciences continuously sends teachers out into the state, ready to influence the lives of individuals and communities.
Taylor Varnon, a 2020 recreational therapy alumna, recently found her career passion for recreational therapy in a home health setting during an internship. Varnon is currently a recreational therapist independent contractor in the Texas panhandle with Caprock Home Health Services and Touch of CLASS.
The Oklahoma State University fashion design and production and fashion merchandising programs ranked in the top 20 of all U.S. public schools, according to Fashion-Schools.org
Calli Cooper, an Oklahoma State University design, housing and merchandising junior is set to study at Regent’s University London with a prestigious scholarship from the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA).
Oklahoma State University students can work directly with U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) personnel through internships made possible with a new agreement between OSU and USASOC.
Christina Sciarrillo, an Oklahoma State University nutritional sciences Ph.D. student, received the prestigious Commission on Dietetics Registration (CDR) Doctoral Scholarship for $10,000.
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.
Dr. Julie Koch, head of the School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology in the Oklahoma State University College of Education and Human Sciences, has been named an American Psychological Association (APA) Fellow, an honor recognizing significant impact in the field of psychology at the national level.
Enrollment is now open for senior-adult, online-only educational classes offered by the Oklahoma State University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute this fall. With 25 class offerings and topics ranging from art, literature, history and science, there is something for everyone.
Three Oklahoma State University alumnae were recognized with the Oklahoma Teaching and Learning Institute’s 20 under 2 award, given to high-performing teachers in their first or second year in the classroom.
In 2018, the High Obesity Project (HOP) project was launched by Oklahoma State University faculty and staff to support counties with obesity rates above 40 percent. Two years later, its health initiatives have become a community lifeline amidst coronavirus.
Nutritional sciences assistant professor Dr. Sam Emerson received a grant from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, the state's technology-based economic development agency.
Oklahoma State University faculty recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Rome Tor Vergata in Italy to partner in tactical fitness and nutrition research.
With some schools opting to forego in-person classes, many parents and students find themselves in a challenging situation.
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 learning may be part of the “new normal” for many schools, and Oklahoma State University professors are helping teachers prepare.
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 of the future may rely less on numbered sizes, and more on data points.
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.
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.
Four Oklahoma State University alumnae are set to be inducted into the National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Leadership Hall of Fame commemorating the organization’s 75th anniversary after being founded in 1945.