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Despite pandemic, Co-Parenting for Resilience families persevere

The global coronavirus pandemic brought many challenges to families, especially divorced families with children. While Oklahoma State University researchers expected to see increased reports of stress, wellbeing largely remained stable for families participating in the Co-Parenting for Resilience course offered at OSU.
Alumni Feature: Josh Engle

Thu, Apr 30, 2020

Meet Josh Engle, Title IX Officer and Dean of Students at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Engle graduated from OSU in 2012 with a master's in marriage and family therapy.

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Marriage and Family Therapy graduate students awarded fellowships

Mon, Jan 29, 2018

Oklahoma State University graduate students Jamie Bechtelheimer and Emily Tucker have been named fellows in the Now is the Time: Minority Fellowship Program-Youth. Bechtelheimer and Tucker are master’s students in the marriage and family therapy program in the College of Human Sciences.

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OSU Announces Masonic Chair Recipient

Fri, Jun 16, 2017

Matthew Brosi, associate professor in Human Development and Family Science in the College of Human Sciences at Oklahoma State University, has been named to serve as the Masonic Chair.

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Two marriage and family therapy students receive fellowships to study minority youth

Tue, Apr 18, 2017

Oklahoma State University graduate students Chelsea Keel and Alicia Johnson have been named fellows in the Now is the Time: Minority Fellowship Program-Youth.

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Two marriage and family therapy students receive fellowships to study minority youth

Mon, Jan 30, 2017

Oklahoma State University graduate students Chelsea Keel and Alicia Johnson have been named fellows in the Now is the Time: Minority Fellowship Program-Youth. Keel and Johnson are master’s students in the marriage and family therapy program in the College of Human Sciences.

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