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Niblack Research Scholars Day continues investment in student-centered land-grant research

Dr. John Niblack, an Oklahoma State University alumnus and former vice chairman of Pfizer Inc., continues his investment in the young researchers at OSU through the Niblack Research Scholars program, which he founded in 2004.
President Shrum’s leadership draws praise as she marks first year in office

Fri, Jul 01, 2022

On the one-year anniversary of her presidency, we look back at Dr. Shrum’s first year at the helm of the OSU system through the words of students, faculty and staff.

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OSU among first to receive aviation grant through new FAA program

Fri, Dec 03, 2021

OSU was awarded a $450,000 Aviation Maintenance Technical Workers grant to establish a sustainable training pipeline for addressing the needs and priorities of Oklahoma’s aviation maintenance workforce. These maintenance professionals make up a significant sector of the aviation and aerospace industry that drives Oklahoma’s economic growth.

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OSU sees record month for grant funding

Thu, Nov 04, 2021

Oklahoma State University set a new monthly record for research funding in September with more than $10 million in grant funding awarded across campus.

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Former Pfizer vice chairman supporting OSU undergraduate research

Mon, Oct 04, 2021

Dr. John and Heidi Niblack joined 11 undergraduate researchers Oct. 1 on OSU’s campus to learn about the research they have conducted as part of the Niblack Research Scholars Program.

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Cowboy Innovations is the new home for OSU tech ideas

Tue, Sep 21, 2021

For Oklahoma State University, the new bridge for development will be Cowboy Innovations, which will allow technologies and ideas developed at OSU to make an impact on the world.

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Dr. Kayse Shrum and Dr. Kenneth Sewell discuss the future of OSU Research

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

For Dr. Kayse Shrum, public-impact research is a core focus in her new role as president of Oklahoma State University. To learn more, Dr. Kenneth Sewell, vice president for research at OSU, sat down with Shrum to discuss her life, research and vision for the future.

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