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Aime leads research studying reactions to new team members

Researchers decided to measure attractiveness because it is a universal status-conferring characteristic that works as an immediate status cue for others in a team.
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Research finds rationally in investors' response to the pandemic

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

The stock market began seeing declines from mid-February through the third week of March 2020. Within this time frame, OSU researchers analyzed and measured market data to determine if there was a rational response across various sectors.

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Research offers advice and strategies for college athletics threatened by a crisis like the pandemic

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

A year ago Daltoso, who played on the University of California football team in Berkeley, was very much in the spotlight when he joined 10 other players in signing a letter in which a group of Pac-12 Conference football players threatened to boycott the 2020 season because of their concerns with the risks COVID-19 posed to their health.

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OSU examines how hospitality firms positioned their corporate narratives during the pandemic

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

The restaurant and food service industry lost more than $80 billion in sales in March and April 2020 and has suffered the most significant losses compared to any other industry, according to a survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association.

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Pandemic never gave us a chance to really settle down, keeping anxiety levels high, researchers find

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

Three faculty members and a doctoral student in the Department of Management at Oklahoma State University wanted to measure daily anxiety levels from February through April 2020.

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Parsing COVID-19 data

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

An analysis of digital health records from thousands of COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals around the country has led to the development of technology to predict the risk of death for those with COVID. Researchers at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) in Tulsa and Stillwater are using digital health data to build predictive models of disease risk that could improve treatment and outcomes.

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Ties that bind

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Dr. Bill Ryan of Oklahoma State University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management has spent his entire academic life at OSU, from earning his bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees here to spending a career as an administrator and professor. Ryan has chaired or served on 81 Ph.D. and master’s degree committees.

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A global honor

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Dr. Ramesh Sharda was named a 2019 Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) at its International Conference in Information Systems in Munich, Germany, in December. He was one of only two Americans honored by the international organization representing information systems research, education and practice.

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Tracking human traffickers

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Oklahoma State University professor Dr. Miriam McGaugh is an expert in analyzing large amounts of data and recognizing patterns within it. While an epidemiologist for the Oklahoma State Department of Health, she used health care data to create community public health initiatives. Now the assistant professor of professional practice in business analytics in the Spears School of Business is taking on the tragedy of human trafficking in the United States.

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An early collaboration

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Sierra Steelman was nervous when she signed up in 2019 to participate in Oklahoma State University’s Freshman Research Scholar program. She didn’t know what to expect and certainly wasn’t planning to get a research paper published in a peer-reviewed journal, a rare achievement for an undergraduate student.

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Sponsored research on the rise

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Sponsored research by Spears Business faculty is on the rise. Research paid for by outside organizations such as government agencies or private industry is an important and growing part of the school’s research portfolio because it provides opportunities for faculty to work on practical solutions to problems businesses face while enhancing teaching.

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Balancing health and education, analytics expertise helps determine how to teach in a pandemic

Mon, Jun 01, 2020

A week before fall classes resumed in August at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Rick Wilson had football on his mind, but not in anticipation of the coming season. The Big Ten Conference had announced the postponement of all fall sports for its universities, including football. It was just another sign of the turmoil surrounding colleges and universities trying to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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