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Seven College of Education and Human Sciences students selected as Top Freshmen

Oklahoma State University's Mortar Board chapter named the Top 10 freshmen men and women for 2021, including four College of Education and Human Sciences students. An additional three students received Top 20 honors.
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Meet Kirstin Sylvester: Counseling Psychology Ph.D. student

Wed, Oct 06, 2021

Kirstin Sylvester originally planned to work in medicine but after taking a child psychology course at her undergraduate institution she realized she was better suited to provide therapy services. Sylvester chose to pursue her Ph.D. at Oklahoma State University because of the special opportunities the Counseling Psychology program offers.

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College of Education and Human Sciences announces Seniors of Distinction

Mon, Apr 12, 2021

The College of Education and Human Sciences Student Affairs Committee has selected six students as Outstanding Seniors and 34 students as Seniors of Distinction, a highly impressive group reflecting the diversity of our college’s professional programs.

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Health education and promotion major changes to public health

Mon, Feb 15, 2021

Human health is influenced by factors ranging from food access to social policy and personal exercise. The Bachelor of Science in Public Health prepares students to bring a holistic understanding of human health to a variety of careers.

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Meet Brett Stout, Kellyville school counselor

Thu, Feb 11, 2021

As a high school science teacher, Brett Stout saw his students struggling with complex issues. Wanting to connect with his students more and provide them resources to heal, he pursued a master’s in mental health counseling from OSU. As a two-time OSU graduate, Stout is making a difference for Kellyville Public Schools students.

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Counseling master’s student empowers underrepresented students in STEM

Thu, Jan 14, 2021

Stephanie Zackery, an Oklahoma State University master’s student in mental health counseling is working to bring more underrepresented students into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions.

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Outreach with Ghanaian liberal arts university

Fri, Dec 18, 2020

A partnership between the Palm Institute in Ghana, West Africa, and Oklahoma State University is set to support professionals struggling to adapt to COVID-induced lifestyle changes.

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