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Hospitality and Tourism Management program and faculty recognized among the world’s best

The Oklahoma State University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) has been recognized for its high-quality program and faculty research, according to recent rankings and a global database of most-cited scientists, including researchers at HTM.
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Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Parsing COVID-19 data

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Ties that bind

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

A global honor
Sharda receives Eminent Faculty Award

Wed, Apr 07, 2021

Oklahoma State University professor Dr. Ramesh Sharda has been honored with the Eminent Faculty Award, which recognizes the highest level of scholarly achievement at OSU.

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Parsing COVID-19 data

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

An analysis of digital health records from thousands of COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals around the country has led to the development of technology to predict the risk of death for those with COVID. Researchers at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) in Tulsa and Stillwater are using digital health data to build predictive models of disease risk that could improve treatment and outcomes.

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Ties that bind

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Dr. Bill Ryan of Oklahoma State University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management has spent his entire academic life at OSU, from earning his bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees here to spending a career as an administrator and professor. Ryan has chaired or served on 81 Ph.D. and master’s degree committees.

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A global honor

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Dr. Ramesh Sharda was named a 2019 Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) at its International Conference in Information Systems in Munich, Germany, in December. He was one of only two Americans honored by the international organization representing information systems research, education and practice.

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Tracking human traffickers

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Oklahoma State University professor Dr. Miriam McGaugh is an expert in analyzing large amounts of data and recognizing patterns within it. While an epidemiologist for the Oklahoma State Department of Health, she used health care data to create community public health initiatives. Now the assistant professor of professional practice in business analytics in the Spears School of Business is taking on the tragedy of human trafficking in the United States.

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An early collaboration

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Sierra Steelman was nervous when she signed up in 2019 to participate in Oklahoma State University’s Freshman Research Scholar program. She didn’t know what to expect and certainly wasn’t planning to get a research paper published in a peer-reviewed journal, a rare achievement for an undergraduate student.

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Sponsored research on the rise

Fri, Oct 23, 2020

Sponsored research by Spears Business faculty is on the rise. Research paid for by outside organizations such as government agencies or private industry is an important and growing part of the school’s research portfolio because it provides opportunities for faculty to work on practical solutions to problems businesses face while enhancing teaching.

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OSU joins research studying robotic nurse assistants

Mon, Sep 28, 2020

Oklahoma State University researchers will share a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant with engineering faculty from the University of Louisville to study using robots to help nurses care for hospital patients. Dr. Bryan Edwards, associate professor of management at the Spears School of Business, and Dr. William Paiva, executive director of the OSU Center for Health Systems Innovation, will receive $500,000 in the joint project.

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OSU researchers model COVID-19 mortality risk

Wed, Sep 02, 2020

An analysis of digital health records from thousands of COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals around the country has led to the development of technology to predict the risk of death for those with COVID. Researchers at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) in Tulsa and Stillwater are using digital health data to build predictive models of disease risk that could improve treatment and outcomes.

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Spears gender, diversity scholar recognized

Mon, Jun 15, 2020

Oklahoma State University professor Dr. Alexis Smith Washington, with co-authors, has been awarded the 2020 Saroj Parasuraman Award for the best peer-reviewed journal article in the field of gender and diversity by the Academy of Management. Washington, associate professor of management in the Spears School of Business, won for novel research published last year examining a paradox in the perception of black female executives as professionals.

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Pandemic and oil glut could cost Oklahoma 10,000 energy sector jobs

Mon, Apr 20, 2020

Oklahomans are feeling widespread pain because of the nation’s economic shutdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic and a resulting glut in the demand for oil. Economic recovery in the state will be slow through this summer and into the winter, according to economists at Oklahoma State University, who predict that as many as 10,000 jobs could be lost in the energy sector alone.

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