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Jacek Tyminski honors former professor with Richard C. Powell Graduate Fellowship

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.
Inaugural CAS Golf Scramble a big hit at Karsten Creek

Mon, Oct 17, 2022

The spring of 2022 had Oklahoma State University alumni and friends swinging at the inaugural College of Arts and Sciences Golf Scramble hosted by CAS at the scenic Karsten Creek Golf Club just outside of Stillwater. The event raised funds for the Dean’s Excellence Fund, which helps to provide student scholarships.

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OSU touts world-leading center for the study of human nature

Mon, Oct 17, 2022

Throughout human history, social interaction has made the world go around, whether it was for advancement through invention or tragedy through war. The current global landscape is more interconnected but also more divided than ever. A team of Oklahoma State University researchers is using evolutionary psychological science to look to the past for answers that could help us understand each other today. The Oklahoma Center for Evolutionary ANalysis (OCEAN) is one of the top institutions in the world in this rapidly growing area.

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Philip Erdoes’ gifts offer ‘extra lift’ to students

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

Philip Erdoes is the lone inductee into the College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame for 2021.

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CAS senior finds his passion — and his pillars — at OSU

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

Oklahoma State University senior Jack A. Edwards has built his undergraduate career on the pillars of involvement and leadership. The Texas native is pursuing a dual degree in political science and psychology and is on track to graduate in three years despite being involved in countless organizations and research.

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New OSU collaboration aims to improve global access to groundwater

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

A collaboration between Oklahoma State University and the National Groundwater Association aims to improve access to groundwater around the world by addressing a projected shortfall of geoscience workers.

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Sarah Hoyt wants to help theatre students with endowed scholarship

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

Theatre has given Sarah Hoyt so much in her life. Now the 1966 alumna is looking forward to giving future thespians the same opportunities she was afforded by creating the Sarah K. Hoyt Endowed Scholarship in Theatre.

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Facing COVID unknowns, CAS finds order, innovation and progress in meeting challenges

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

When OSU initially shifted its classes online for two weeks following 2020’s spring break, most thought things with the still-new coronavirus would resolve and in-person classes would resume in plenty of time for finals. Instead, courses remained virtual, and OSU faculty, staff and students finished the semester from home.

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