Skip to main content

OSU nutritional sciences professor receives state teaching award

Dr. Edralin Lucas, OSU nutritional sciences professor and 30-year teaching veteran, received the Oklahoma Medal of Excellence in Teaching at a Research University.
Students recognized for diversity and service efforts

Tue, Apr 14, 2020

The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized two students for their distinguished diversity and service efforts this year.

EducationTeaching Learning and Educational SciencesElementary EducationInstitutional DiversityInstitute of DiversityCollege of Education and Human SciencesDiversityHuman Development and Family Science
Stillwater Chinese community and previous OSU Chinese scholars donate nearly 10,000 facemasks

Fri, Apr 03, 2020

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc globally, in the U.S. and in the state of Oklahoma. Payne County alone has 14 confirmed cases already (updated March 31, 2020). Protective gears are urgently needed for those medical and police personnel who are on the frontline of fight against the coronavirus pandemic. On March 30, the Stillwater Chinese community, led by the OSU Chinese Faculty & Staff Association (CFSA) and the Stillwater Chinese Baptist Church (SCBC), donated 7,200 facemasks to Stillwater Medical Center and another 2,400 to the Stillwater Police Department.

Institutional DiversityScience and TechnologySchool of Global Studies and PartnershipsOutreach and EngagementInstitute of DiversityGlobalHuman Health and WellnessDiversity
OSU recognized at U.S. Department of State’s U.S.–Africa University Partnership Forum

Wed, Mar 11, 2020

Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) unique contribution to the development of Ethiopian higher education was recognized at a forum organized by the United States Department of State’s U.S.- African University Partnerships Forum, held in Washington, D.C. The meeting, convened by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor P. Nagy, brought together over 150 higher education leaders from the U.S. and from across Africa, as well as a number of Washington, D.C.-based members of the African diplomatic corp.

GlobalInstitutional DiversityInstitute of DiversitySchool of Global Studies and PartnershipsDiversityNews TopicsOutreach and Engagement
Race, gender and rising above stereotypes

Mon, Mar 09, 2020

No person is just a teacher or just a mother or just an African American or just any other descriptor. We are all a combination of identities that collectively make up how we see ourselves and how society perceives us. And it only gets more interesting when looking at where all of a person’s various identities meet. For Dr. Alexis Smith Washington, that intersection of identities and how they play out in our lives is a central theme of her research.

BusinessSpears School of BusinessSpears ResearchDiversityInstitutional DiversityDepartment of ManagementNews TopicsInstitute of Diversity
IFC president shares vision of unity, inclusivity

Wed, Mar 04, 2020

Caileb Booze made history at Oklahoma State University by becoming the first black president of the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Now, he is looking toward the future.

HighlightedInterfraternity CouncilDiversityCampus Life and DiversityInstitutional DiversityGreekInstitute of DiversityGreek Life
ASEE recognizes OSU for Exemplary Diversity and Inclusion Program for second year in a row

Mon, Feb 24, 2020

Oklahoma State University was one of 29 universities recognized nationwide as a Bronze level awardee for their Exemplary Diversity and Inclusion program for the second year in a row by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), and will be recognized at the 2020 ASEE Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity conference in April 2020.

Institute of DiversityScience and TechnologyHighlightedNews TopicsDiversityInstitutional DiversityCampus Life and DiversityCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyEngineering and Design

Back To Top
SVG directory not found.