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Six OSU students chosen as finalists in national graphic design competition

Four undergraduate and two graduate students from Oklahoma State University’s graphic design program recently had their work selected in the annual American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Baltimore Flux Student Design Competition.
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Jacek Tyminski honors former professor with Richard C. Powell Graduate Fellowship

Tue, Dec 13, 2022

Dr. Jacek Tyminski was all alone in 1979, having traveled more than 5,000 miles from Elblag, Poland, to Stillwater. He was a refugee, coming to OSU to pursue his Ph.D. because of deteriorating conditions in his home country. Arriving at Oklahoma State University, he felt completely disoriented, with no connections and no direction. But thanks to the kindness of physics professor Dr. Richard Powell, Tyminski soon found a family.

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ROTC cadets make history as first female infantry officers from OSU

Mon, Dec 12, 2022

Two Army ROTC graduates made history this spring as the first female cadets from the Oklahoma State University Cowboy Battalion to be selected as infantry officers upon their graduation from OSU. Keona Tidwell and Madeline Sloniker graduated in May, and are now heading to Fort Benning, Georgia, to attend the Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course (IBOLC). Once they graduate IBOLC, they will officially be the first female infantry officers to come from OSU’s Army ROTC program.

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OSU philosophy professor studying how much empathy is too much

Mon, Dec 12, 2022

Empathy, as most people use the term, is understanding somebody else’s perspective — trying to put yourself in their shoes, trying to feel what they feel — and it is often described as a good thing. But is it really a good thing? Dr. Shannon Spaulding, associate professor and graduate coordinator in the Oklahoma State University Department of Philosophy, is focusing her research on just that question.

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Triple-major Alex Bias makes the most of her time at OSU

Mon, Dec 12, 2022

Alexandra Bias, who goes by Alex, is a senior at Oklahoma State University and is triple majoring in chemical engineering, mathematics and political science. Whether it be research, student government, Greek life or service, Bias exhibited her motivation to become involved as an undergraduate student. She holds the prestigious titles of Goldwater Scholar, Niblack Research Scholar and W.W. Allen Scholar.

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OSU Opera Theatre wins third in National Opera Association competition

Thu, Dec 01, 2022

The National Opera Association (NOA) recently announced that Oklahoma State University Opera Theatre’s 2021-2022 production of Handel’s Rinaldo won third place in Division II of the NOA Production Competition. The Opera Theatre program, part of the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music, will receive the award at the NOA’s 68th Annual National Conference in Houston in January.

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OSU geology professor wins Theis Award for contributions to groundwater hydrology

Mon, Nov 28, 2022

Dr. Todd Halihan, professor in the Boone Pickens School of Geology (BPSoG) at Oklahoma State University, was recently awarded the Charles V. Theis Award by the American Institute of Hydrology (AIH) for his work in groundwater hydrology.

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OSU pianists take home top prizes in Music Teacher Association competitions

Mon, Nov 28, 2022

On Nov. 6, Oklahoma State University Greenwood School of Music pianists prevailed once again in numerous categories at the annual Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA) competitions in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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