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Opportunity Orange Scholars opens up new doors

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.
$3 million and counting raised to support future teachers

Thu, Nov 04, 2021

Since the launch of the Educating Forward initiative in October 2020, supporters from across the state and beyond have raised nearly $3.5 million to fund student scholarships for future teachers.

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Aime leads research studying reactions to new team members

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

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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Philip Erdoes’ gifts offer ‘extra lift’ to students

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

Philip Erdoes is the lone inductee into the College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame for 2021.

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