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CAS faculty receive NSF grant for multidisciplinary COVID-19 and pandemic research

Six Oklahoma State University professors from a variety of backgrounds are combining their talents to research stopping future pandemics. Faculty members from OSU’s College of Arts and Sciences were recently awarded a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to conduct multidisciplinary research and model the effects of COVID-19 in Oklahoma to plan effective mitigation efforts for the coronavirus and potential future pandemics.
CAS hires six with diverse expertise in pandemic research

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

The first three hires began this fall. They are Tao Hu, Juwon Hwang and Rebecca Kaplan. In January, CAS will bring in two more new hires. And the last piece of this faculty puzzle will arrive at OSU in August 2022.

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OSU analytics team creates system to track COVID cases, keep everyone notified

Mon, Sep 20, 2021

IRA collaborated with OSU’s new office devoted to customer relationship management (CRM) to create a system that would alert faculty, staff and students about positive cases and what next steps were.

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President Shrum addresses campus health, Big 12 expansion

Fri, Sep 10, 2021

Cowboy family, As we embrace the fall semester, I want to commend all of you for doing your part to help protect our campus. Even though we see cases decline around campus and in Stillwater, we must remain vigilant in our public health measures to preserve the semester.

Human Health and WellnessOSU AthleticsBig 12 ConferenceCOVID-19President Kayse Shrum
OSU physicians explain vaccine science

Wed, Sep 08, 2021

Physicians from the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences discuss the COVID vaccine's mRNA technology and how it works in the human body.

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OSU launches campaign to Mask Up around campus

Wed, Sep 01, 2021

After a surge in positive cases following the first week of school, Oklahoma State University issued a guidance to all students, faculty and staff that masks were to be expected. With that, OSU and the Office of Academic Affairs are launching a campaign titled “Mask Up, it’s a win-win!”

Dr. Jeanette MendezCOVID-19Academic Affairs
CEAT Poke-a-thon set to raffle prizes and scholarships to fully vaccinated students

Tue, Aug 31, 2021

In conjunction with Oklahoma State University’s Poke-a-thon, the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology is hosting the CEAT Poke-a-thon.

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OSU hosts COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall

Fri, Aug 27, 2021

Dr. Kayse Shrum and a panel of university officials hosted the event and answered questions from the community.

Doug HallenbeckCOVID-19COVID-19 VaccinePresident Kayse ShrumCOVID ConcernsDr. Jeanette MendezDennis BlankenshipDr. Johnny Stephens
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