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Earning a doctorate in aviation and space education equips many U.S. military personnel, like U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Omar Hamilton, to take their careers to the next level.
Stephanie Zackery, an Oklahoma State University master’s student in mental health counseling is working to bring more underrepresented students into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions.
Fashion isn’t only for the runway. For workers in the oil and gas industry, clothing can be a last defense from environmental hazards, avoiding injury and saving lives.
Lauren Huntley, an Oklahoma State University fashion design and production sophomore, won a prestigious Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF) Case Study Scholarship among nearly 650 applicants.
A partnership between the Palm Institute in Ghana, West Africa, and Oklahoma State University is set to support professionals struggling to adapt to COVID-induced lifestyle changes.
Kids never forget the excitement of the first day of school, planning their outfits and packing their lunches. This year, however, many children across the country rolled out of bed and started their day in their pajamas at desks in their homes.
Once a novelty, online instruction has become ubiquitous in the age of COVID-19.
The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes Oklahoma State University graduates who attain distinctive success in his or her chosen field or profession and/or perform outstanding service to the community.
New initiative under the Brighter Orange, Brighter Future campaign will help future teachers.
From speech-language pathologist to director of federal programs and state director of special education, Dr. Kim Castaldi has had many experiences. Still, she had one more goal to achieve … earning a doctorate in school administration.
Flight Team Seniors Honored With Unique Gift
Even as COVID concerns cause travel restrictions, faculty in the Oklahoma State University College of Education and Human Sciences are using technology to connect with teachers around the world through two outreach programs.
OSU researchers tackle concerns about gluten in modern diets
College of Education and Human Sciences remains steadfast in its response to COVID-19 through a variety of efforts
Passion for running spurs research interest for nutritional sciences faculty member.
College is preparing professionals who will enhance our well-being for years to come
Oklahoma State University’s newest academic college is poised to advance the university’s land-grant mission with its focus on enhancing education, health and the well-begin of individuals, families and communities in Oklahoma and beyond.
OSU Remains at the top of the online instruction game
OSU researchers work to improve protective wear for firefighters.
New Ray and Linda Booker OSU Flight Center set to open in 2021
Eight College of Education and Human Sciences students have been selected as Oklahoma State University Seniors of Significance for the 2020-2021 academic year by the OSU Alumni Association.
Could shopping malls be the future of senior memory care? One Oklahoma State University researcher believes when converted into city centers, they could provide seniors living with dementia freedom and dignity within a safe environment.
Dr. Don Raleigh, with an eye for the future of his school district, pursued a doctorate in school administration at Oklahoma State University.
Retiring pilot Mark Schulz’s final time in command of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 was an Oklahoma State University Flying Aggies mini-reunion.