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The Beauty of Bugs: How one OSU Ph.D. candidate blends science and creative writing

For Lauren Osborn, a doctoral candidate in creative writing at Oklahoma State University, spiders make the perfect muse for creative expression. Her love for spiders and writing kicked off an eclectic academic career focused on using creative writing for scientific study.
College of Arts and Sciences faculty work to welcome Afghan refugees

Tue, Sep 12, 2023

Over the past several years, Drs. Steph Link, Ho’omana Nathan Horton and Michael Amory from the Oklahoma State University Department of English have worked with the Afghan Resettlement Program within the English Language and Intercultural Center (ELIC) on OSU’s Stillwater campus.

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OSU, Catholic Charities team up to prepare Payne County inmates for the High School Equivalency Test 

Tue, Aug 08, 2023

Through a partnership between Oklahoma State University College of Arts and Sciences faculty and Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma, Payne County Jail inmates are working to receive their high school diplomas.    

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Department of English hosts inaugural Southern Plains Arts, Humanities and Languages Conference 

Tue, May 09, 2023

The Oklahoma State University Department of English hosted the inaugural Southern Plains Arts, Humanities and Languages Conference April 28-29 at the Wes Watkins Center.  

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OSU English professor uses National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship to research WWII radio, television

Mon, Apr 17, 2023

Oklahoma State University professor Stacy Takacs was awarded and has completed a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) fellowship. A professor in the Department of English and the American Studies program, Dr. Takacs was selected to work on her manuscript ‘We Bring You Home’: The American Forces Network and US Militarism Post-WWII. The book examines the 80-year history of the American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS or also known as AFN), which supplied news, entertainment and command information to U.S. military personnel overseas.

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OSU alumna receives 2021 National Humanities Medal

Thu, Mar 23, 2023

Henrietta Mann was recognized by President Joe Biden on March 21 during an East Room ceremony in the White House. She was one of 12 recipients to receive this honor, surrounded by fellow writers, historians, educators and activists.

Henrietta MannNative AmericanCollege of Arts and SciencesDepartment of EnglishOSU Alumni Association
Three OSU teams win federal technology commercialization grants

Tue, Nov 09, 2021

Three research teams at Oklahoma State University have won National Science Foundation Partnerships for Innovation Technology Translation grants (NSF PFI-TT) — worth $250,000 each.

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Cowboy Concurrent Online adds 3 new courses to their offerings for high school students

Tue, Jul 27, 2021

Oklahoma State University’s online concurrent enrollment program, Cowboy Concurrent Online, will offer three additional courses for high school juniors and seniors starting this fall.

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