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Investing in a Healthier Future

Investing in a Healthier Future

Significant progress in health research is being made within the College of Education, Health and Aviation, with Dr. Nate Jenkins, assistant professor in health and human performance, leading a team of graduate students on research projects with very practical implications.

A Legacy of Pioneering Vet Med Research Continues

A Legacy of Pioneering Vet Med Research Continues

For 70 years, CVHS research has touched both animal and human lives

A Century of Experiences: In Their Own Words

A Century of Experiences: In Their Own Words

Oklahoma centenarians enrich the state's story with oral histories

Sweet as Sweis

Sweet as Sweis

The conveyor belt slowly rolls from the 560-degree oven as the round, flat bread falls onto the next belt to head for packaging. The room, heated from the oven, smells like flour,...

From Economist to … Spy Novelist

From Economist to … Spy Novelist

Under the pen name of Ally Carter, Sarah Fogleman published the first book in the Gallagher Girls series in 2006. Since then, Fogleman has enjoyed success as a New York Times...

 And They Call the Thing Rodeo

And They Call the Thing Rodeo

Boots. Chaps. Cowboy hats. The Payne County Expo Center rodeo arena was filled with these items as well as the excitement of hundreds of fans in early October when the Oklahoma...

Regent in Agriculture

Regent in Agriculture

From harvesting fields in Logan County to donning the robes of an Oklahoma A&M Regent, Rick Davis has spent a large portion of his life involved in agriculture and Oklahoma State...

Reflecting Excellence

Reflecting Excellence

rom a first-generation college student from a small Texas town to a nationally recognized water researcher and professor, Oklahoma State University biosystems and agricultural...

Protecting America’s Plate

Protecting America’s Plate

Each year, 48 million people get sick from foodborne illnesses in the U.S. alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Loyal and True Leaders

Loyal and True Leaders

Kyle Hilbert and Taylor Dennis were an unlikely pair to represent the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.

From Kitchen to Shelf

From Kitchen to Shelf

If you ever wished everyone could try your grandma’s secret recipe, a program at Oklahoma State University can create that opportunity.

Defining Success

Defining Success

The New Product Development Center at Oklahoma State University has offered engineering services to Oklahoma manufacturers and small businesses since 2002.

A Cultural Impact

A Cultural Impact

Of the 76 land-grant universities in the United States, hundreds of international students choose Oklahoma State University. What encourages them to study in Stillwater, Okla.?

Poetry as the building blocks of engineering

Poetry as the building blocks of engineering

Quite the juxtaposition of words, yet exactly those used as inspiration by James Manimala, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

The Broader Impact of Scientific Research

The Broader Impact of Scientific Research

A few years after arrive at Oklahoma State University in 2004, associate professor of chemistry Charles Weinert began using his own money to develop a summer research program to...

Shining the Light on Research

Shining the Light on Research

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences has focused on becoming the premier biomedical research institution in northeastern Oklahoma because research is the lifeblood...

Probiotics in Poultry

Probiotics in Poultry

Sales of probiotic-fed chicken products in the United States have increased 34 percent in the last year due to the demand for antibiotic-free poultry.