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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.
Eskimo Joe’s beloved T-shirt supporting nurses will honor all health care workers with its 2020 design and provide scholarships for Oklahoma State University students in both the College of Education and Human Sciences and the OSU Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa.
Many Americans have joined video conference calls in recent weeks. None have been as life-transforming as Sara Szumski’s, when she learned she was receiving a very generous scholarship.
When firefighters enter a burning building, they wear heavy protective equipment. Far from the flames, textile researchers are using technology ranging from body scans to 800-1,100 degree C cone calorimeter to make that equipment safer.
Bryant Keirns, an Oklahoma State University doctoral student in nutritional sciences, received the Mars, Inc. Predoctoral Fellowship. The $5,000 award is presented by the American Society for Nutrition Foundation.
OSU teaching professor Dr. Paula Tripp is set to be inducted into the FCCLA Leadership Hall of Fame July 6, 2020, along with three OSU alumnae.
Telehealth services enable mental health professionals to support their clients amidst coronavirus concerns. Oklahoma State University counseling students, new to leading virtual therapy sessions, are adapting quickly.
Medical treatment may occur within hospital walls, but a person's health journey extends far beyond doctor's office walls.
Although socially isolated due to coronavirus, a collection of volunteers connected to Oklahoma State University have united to sew more than 27,500 face masks for healthcare workers and others across the state of Oklahoma – and the work is ongoing.
Dr. Edralin Lucas, OSU nutritional sciences professor and 30-year teaching veteran, received the Oklahoma Medal of Excellence in Teaching at a Research University.
Public school buildings across Oklahoma are closed due to coronavirus concerns. For student teachers and education majors teaching and tutoring for the first time, virtual learning is not only their “new normal,” it is their “first normal.”
One first-year teacher and College of Education, Health and Aviation alumna, Shelbi Hladik, is bringing those conversations to the airwaves with a new podcast, “See You After Class!” designed as a space for veteran teachers to answer first-year teachers’ questions.
The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized more than 30 Oklahoma State University freshmen for 10 unique awards celebrating leadership, academic achievement, research and service.
The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized two students for their distinguished diversity and service efforts this year.
The College of Human Sciences has named its 2020 Seniors of Distinction. These students have demonstrated exceptional qualities of leadership, academic excellence and community service throughout their time at Oklahoma State University.
The College of Education, Health and Aviation has announced its Top 10 Seniors for 2020. These students have demonstrated exceptional qualities of leadership, academic excellence and community service throughout their time at Oklahoma State University.
The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized excellence among both students and faculty at the annual Graduate Education Breakfast, held virtually via Zoom April 7, 2020.
With Oklahoma State University classes transitioning to online delivery for the remainder of the spring semester, three strategies can help students finish strong.