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Jones’ service-learning project wins recognition from APLU.
With the devastating Amazon rainforest fires still burning, climate concerns are back in today’s political spotlight. But they have been on the front burner at Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources for a long time.
Imagine seeing swarms of drones quickly fly over the path of a miles-long tornado looking at heat signatures for signs of life. Or unmanned, aerial vehicles autonomously lining up to enter a home window while searching for victims.
More companies than ever before turned out to recruit students at the CEAT Career Fair last September. Oklahoma State University's College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology Student Council members, alongside OSU Career Services staff, hosted the annual event for students seeking jobs and internships.
Muwanika Jdiobe’s first trip out of his native Uganda came in his pursuit of his degrees in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Oklahoma State University.
The key mission behind the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and Technology's ENDEAVOR lab is to unite the various elements of the college in interdisciplinary projects.
Oklahoma State University alumnus Lee Easton is a man of many hats. With two bachelor’s degrees, four companies and a full-time engineering job, he knows what it means to work hard.
In 2007, Keith Teague took his first trip to Asia, visiting industries and political groups in Vietnam to discuss economic development and education. Today, Teague, a professor in the school of electrical and computer engineering at OSU, leads study abroad trips each year to Japan.
For the first time, a group of engineering students in Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology will represent the United States in a business plan competition at the 2019 Global Grand Challenges Summit in London.
As far back as he can remember, Fernando Gomez-Moran has enjoyed working with his hands, from building lego sets to toy cars. The summer before his seventh-grade year in his hometown of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, his mother enrolled him in the Boys and Girls Club, where he stayed while his parents were at work. As the summer progressed, he experienced many opportunities through the organization to figure out what truly interested him.
Three Tulsa-area teachers are convinced OSU-Tulsa’s undergraduate elementary education program has some kind of “special sauce.” Not long after graduating, each of the former college classmates was named Teacher of the Year at her respective school. “OSU-Tulsa’s special sauce is being yourself. They taught us to love kids first, teach second and worry about the test last,” says Sarah Coonce, who teaches at Garfield STEAM Academy in Sand Springs. She was Teacher of the Year at her previous school in 2015.
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.
OSU Attracts Aviation Enthusiasts Seeking Success in the Skies
School counselor cites students’ needs for her motivation
EHA cultivates meaningful connections around the world
Yellowstone visits give students unique hands-on experience
For 70 years, CVHS research has touched both animal and human lives
Oklahoma centenarians enrich the state's story with oral histories
There’s more to a fall than a simple loss of motor skills. So perhaps there should be more to trying to predict the risk of a fall than merely measuring motor skills. The idea intrigued Taryn Blackstock, a freshman majoring in applied exercise science. She had been selected as a Freshman Research Scholar, expanding her education beyond the classroom by engaging in research projects. Blackstock worked with College of Education, Health and Aviation faculty member Jason DeFreitas and graduate students in the Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Lab.
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,...