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Monday, May 18, 2020

OSU’s agricultural achievements fuel positive changes and a bright future

OSU’s advancements in teaching, research and Extension have played a critical role in the state’s economy, our residents’ safety and quality of life and continue to do so today.

Agricultural education is etched into the DNA of Oklahoma State University.

It’s at the core of who we are as a land-grant institution. For generations, OSU’s scientists and students have sought to learn more about the land, how best to grow and sustain a healthy food supply and protect our natural resources.

OSU’s advancements in teaching, research and Extension have played a critical role in the state’s economy, our residents’ safety and quality of life and continue to do so today.

Research conducted through OSU’s programs have prevented devastation the size of dust bowls and protected crops and animals from catastrophic disease. These advancements have changed the way we protect our land from fires and our water from contamination. They’ve changed the way Oklahomans live.

This sense of discovery is fueling the future. OSU’s cultivation of agricultural leaders, impactful research and everwider sharing of our information is an investment in our state and our world.

The New Frontiers campaign seeks to raise $50 million to create a new teaching and research facility to replace an aging Agricultural Hall. The new $100 million facility will be created with modern teaching methods in mind, utilizing flexible lab spaces to serve multiple disciplines and interactive classrooms to harness students’ energy and the excitement for new discovery.

It will transform our efforts to be more collaborative and multidisciplinary, bringing all of OSU Agriculture’s expertise to bear on Oklahoma’s challenges and opportunities. It will ensure OSU continues to foster lifechanging discoveries.

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