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Forensic Sciences student feels like part of the team at OSU-CHS

In honor of National Forensic Science Week, meet Adriana Graybeal, who is working toward a Ph.D. in forensic sciences and is serving as president of the OSU-CHS Forensic Science Organization student club.
School of Forensic Sciences student Adriana Graybeal on the OSU-CHS campus.
Black History Month Student Spotlight: Thomas Kamumo, Physician Assistant program

Fri, Feb 04, 2022

In honor of Black History Month, we will spotlighting Black students attending Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.

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Native American Student Spotlight: Mackenzie Moody, OSU-COM

Fri, Nov 05, 2021

In November, we will spotlighting Native American students at OSU Center for Health Sciences in honor of Native American Heritage Month.

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Native American Student Spotlight: Kassidy DesRoche, Physician Assistant program

Fri, Oct 29, 2021

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, OSU Center for Health Sciences will spotlight some of our Native American students throughout November.

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Face 2 Face with Mikaela Stamper

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

Life for everyone is challenging at times. Career, relationships, finances, and when you’re a college student add academic pressures to the list of things that can take an emotional toll. Young people are especially vulnerable but add a personal tragedy and the weight of it all can be overwhelming. Mikaela Stamper knows full well how facing such a loss while trying to put on a brave face can leave a person isolated and lost.

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The language of food 9,500 miles away

Tue, Feb 18, 2020

The language of food is not difficult to learn but can take years, even decades, to master. For Kai-Sean Lee, a Ph.D. student and instructor in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Oklahoma State University, the language of food spans more than 9,500 miles from Malaysia to Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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Face2Face with Trey Reeves

Tue, Dec 10, 2019

Among students at the Spears School of Business, Trey Reeves stands out. Walking to class in the Business Building, he is recognizable for his above-average height, his close-cropped head of auburn-colored hair and his friendly smile. He’s also recognizable as a member of the Oklahoma State University basketball team, but in the halls of the Business Building, Reeves stands out as an academic star.

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Face2Face with Rachel Brown

Mon, Dec 02, 2019

Rachel Brown’s approach to her education at Oklahoma State University, and life in general, can best be described as “all in.” Brown, a senior, immersed herself in the Spears School of Business and in her major, entrepreneurship. From working in the Riata School of Entrepreneurship to taking part in countless Spears’ programs to starting a business to traveling to 11 countries in four years, Brown has packed as much as possible into her university experience.

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