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OSU becomes first Special Olympics Unified College Program in Oklahoma

OSU becomes first Special Olympics Unified College Program in Oklahoma, will offer unified intramural sports this fall.
Jordan Shuler selected to receive the National Council on Family Relations Honors Graduate Award

Thu, Mar 10, 2022

Jordan Shuler is one of just 13 students from across the country selected to receive the National Council on Family Relations Honors Graduate Award.

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Family and consumer sciences education sophomore awarded national scholarship

Tue, Mar 08, 2022

Family and consumer sciences education sophomore Leslie Rodriguez was recently awarded the National Bettye Brown Scholarship, given by the National Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences.

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National Council on Family Relations Olson grant awarded to OSU researchers

Wed, Feb 09, 2022

A team of researchers in the Oklahoma State University College of Education and Human Sciences – Dr. Ron Cox, Dr. Isaac Washburn and Dr. Darcy deSouza – has been awarded the National Council on Family Relations.

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Emily Tucker to lead Opportunity Orange Scholars

Fri, Jan 28, 2022

Emily Tucker has been named the director for Opportunity Orange Scholars, a new postsecondary education program for students with intellectual disability at Oklahoma State University.

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Opportunity Orange Scholars opens up new doors

Thu, Nov 04, 2021

Each year, students with intellectual and/or developmental disability graduate from high school with the hope of attending college. Oklahoma State University is poised to serve this growing need with Opportunity Orange Scholars, a new postsecondary education program for young adults 18 to 26 that will welcome its first students next fall.

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