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Jill Joyce and Stephen Clarke team up to produce Health Headlines: Unpeeled

Oklahoma State University Department of Nutritional Sciences assistant professor Jill Joyce and department head Stephen Clarke have teamed up to produce Health Headlines: Unpeeled, a podcast tackling some of nutrition’s tastiest topics.
A podcast about foods, diets and misinformation
Community health workers help patients implement lifestyle changes

Mon, Apr 27, 2020

Medical treatment may occur within hospital walls, but a person's health journey extends far beyond doctor's office walls.

College of Education and Human SciencesOutreach and EngagementDepartment of Nutritional Sciences
Human Sciences students selected as OSU Top 20 Freshmen

Wed, Oct 09, 2019

Five College of Human Sciences students were recently announced as Oklahoma State University Top 20 Freshmen Men and Women for 2018-19. OSU’s Mortar Board chapter oversees the selection of the Top Ten Freshmen Men and Women.

Campus Life and DiversityDesign Housing and MerchandisingDepartment of Nutritional SciencesHuman Development and Family ScienceCollege of Education and Human Sciences
Cooking for Kids receives Priester Award for Innovation

Mon, May 06, 2019

The Oklahoma State University team that developed and leads the Cooking for Kids program was recognized with a 2019 Priester Award at the National Health Outreach Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 2.

Outreach and EngagementCollege of Education and Human SciencesCooking for KidsDepartment of Nutritional SciencesNutritional SciencesCommunity and Public Health NutritionEducationNews TopicsHuman Health and Wellness
Alumna receives young investigator award from American Society for Bone and Mineral Research

Wed, Feb 20, 2019

The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research recently named Oklahoma State University alumna Elizabeth Rendina-Ruedy, Ph.D., as one of 10 international recipients of the 2019 John Haddad Young Investigator Award.

AlumniCollege of Education and Human SciencesNutritional SciencesResearchHuman Health and WellnessDepartment of Nutritional Sciences
OSU awarded $3.9 million from CDC to target obesity in Oklahoma

Mon, Sep 24, 2018

Oklahoma State University has been awarded nearly $4 million over the next five years by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to tackle Oklahoma’s obesity crisis. Adair and Muskogee counties in eastern Oklahoma will be the initial counties targeted by this project.

Center for Health Systems InnovationCollege of Education and Human SciencesBusinessSpears School of BusinessOklahoma Cooperative Extensiion ServiceDepartment of Nutritional SciencesHuman Health and Wellness

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