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OSU instructor Steven West conquers cancer and helps the government evaluate medical research

Spears School of Business instructor helps the government evaluate medical research with patients in mind
Connecting with mentor opens the door for OSU student’s internship

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

Clark, an Oklahoma State University finance major, and Hollopeter were paired in the Spears School of Business Mentoring Program in 2020. Clark says the OSU alumnus has been a difference-maker in ways he never imagined even though all their interaction was virtual.

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Kelly Way got her start at OSU and led Mark Way to follow her path

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

Kelly Way got her start at OSU and led Mark Way to follow her path.

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Lou Kerr has energized three decades of the Women’s Business Leadership Conference

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

Julie Weathers, director of the Center for Executive and Professional Development at Spears Business, was talking recently with Lou Kerr in Oklahoma City about the annual Oklahoma State University Women’s Business Leadership Conference, and Kerr had an idea for a future speaker.

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José Sagarnaga’s mission is to open students’ eyes to the world

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

From the suburbs of Chihuahua, Mexico, to the classrooms of the Spears School of Business, Dr. José Sagarnaga’s career has spanned a world of experiences that he says have enriched his life. But it’s the many people that Sagarnaga has encountered along his life’s journey, from teachers in high school to university professors, colleagues and administrators, who have had the greatest influence on his life and the opportunities he has enjoyed. Today, he makes giving back a personal mission.

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Spears comes up with ‘big ideas' to help adapt to change in the future

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

The Spears School of Business is coming up with ‘Big Ideas’ to help adapt to change in the future.

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OSU, Spears award a posthumous degree to a student killed fighting in Vietnam

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

It is not often that a person’s graduation is celebrated 51 years after he attended college. But that was the case in March 2021 when Oklahoma State University and the Spears School of Business honored the late John Delbert “J.D.” Starrett III with a posthumous degree.

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Personal loss energizes OSU student to tackle her depression and help others

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

Life can be challenging at times. Careers, relationships, finances and the academic pressures of college can take an emotional toll. Add a personal tragedy, and the weight of it all can be overwhelming. Mikaela Stamper knows well how facing such a loss while trying to put on a brave face can leave one isolated and lost.

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OSU-led research shows what you don’t know about the market could hurt other investors

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

OSU-led research shows what you don't know about the market could hurt other investors.

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OSU business alumnus Chad Weiberg is ready to lead the athletic department

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

When Chad Weiberg walked into his Introduction to Management class nearly 30 years ago, the 20-year-old was counting on learning the principles of effective team building, motivating employees and conflict resolution. What he wasn’t expecting to receive was a lesson that has stayed with him to this day.

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Memories burning bright

Mon, Jul 27, 2020

Oklahoma State University alumna Betty Thomas had much to celebrate April 25 at her home in Denver, where she has lived for nearly 70 years. At her 100th birthday celebration, she was surrounded by her immediate family and received many more birthday wishes from extended family across the U.S. and around the world. And despite worries about the coronavirus, Thomas relished celebrating with her family.

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Riding high on Bubble Calm

Mon, Jul 27, 2020

You would think that the two Oklahoma State University students who started a business selling a gum that promotes feelings of calmness would have done well at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic with all the fear surrounding it. But like nearly every business in the U.S. caught up in the crisis, the founders of startup Bubble Calm ran into all kinds of hitches following their launch on the last day of February 2020.

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