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Role Reversal

Role Reversal

It's not uncommon for people to honor and recognize mentors and leaders who have inspired and influenced them. But the roles between professor Timm Bliss and student Nick Jones...

Learning Never Gets Old

Learning Never Gets Old

The first day of a class for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at OSU mirrors anyfirst day of school. It is a time to reunite with friends, meet new people and satisfy a...

Expanding Exploration

Expanding Exploration

OSU, in conjunction with NASA and the National Space Grant Consortium, conducted a competition among teams of high school and community college students to design technologies for...

Ellen’s Favorite Librarian

Ellen’s Favorite Librarian

Oklahoma State University College of Education alumna Kirby Thomas’ enthusiasm and passionfor reading inspires the 700-plus students she serves at Christa McAuliffe Elementary...

A Different Civics Lesson

A Different Civics Lesson

A unique after-school program created by curriculum studies assistant professor Seungho Moon is using art to promote citizenship and a sense of community in Tulsa.

‘Success Starts with STEM’

‘Success Starts with STEM’

The OSU College of Education welcomed reigning Miss America Nina Davuluri to Stillwater in February as part of 2014 Research Week.

Unity Prevails

Unity Prevails

Oklahoma State University’s College of Education, with support from the OSU Center for Sovereign Nation Engagement and Partnerships, has teamed with the Choctaw Nation in an...

Rewarding Lifelong Learning

Rewarding Lifelong Learning

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Oklahoma State University (OLLI@OSU)received a second $1 million endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation this past spring. The College...

R is for Thursday

R is for Thursday

Navigating life on a college campus can be challenging for any student, but imagine pursuing higher education with little to no family or home support.

Late educators fund lifetime legacy

Late educators fund lifetime legacy

A pair of $150 scholarships awarded to sisters Lola Lehman and Lottie Herd during the Great Depression changed their lives. Nine decades later, the impact of those initial...

Inspiring Ideas

Inspiring Ideas

Do words hold the power to inspire and uplift an entire career field? How importantis human connection to health? How does the will to change translate to actual, meaningful...

Expanding Health Care

Expanding Health Care

Oklahoma is one of the unhealthiest states in the nation. While health care practitioners are needed to treat disease, a public health workforce is needed to prevent disease. The...