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OSU veterinarian team brings event horse back from the edge of crisis
English Ph.D. candidate named Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal
Finishing a Ph.D. is an immense accomplishment in and of itself, but Tomie Bitton gets to add one more accolade to her resume: Honorary Graduate Commencement Marshal. The native Californian, who is graduating in English with an emphasis in creative nonfiction, decided to “put my name in the hat” after reading that the Graduate College was accepting applications earlier this year.
New grad flying high
Thomas Drakeley returned to Oklahoma State University to earn his bachelor's degree in management after volunteering to serve with his Air National Guard unit in the Middle East earlier this year.
We Are OSU-CHS: Evan Johnson-Ransom
A regular spotlight of some of OSU-CHS' outstanding students at our Tulsa and Tahlequah sites.
Aviation and space doctorate helps U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel’s career take off
Earning a doctorate in aviation and space education equips many U.S. military personnel, like U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Omar Hamilton, to take their careers to the next level.
OSU and MidAmerica Industrial Park awarded $1M to strengthen economic resiliency in Oklahoma
The Oklahoma State University School of Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) and New Product Development Center (NPDC), together with the MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP), secured $1 million in CARES funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. The funding will be used to develop and implement programs to strengthen manufacturing disaster preparedness and economic resiliency. The two-year program will provide training and technical assistance for Oklahoma manufacturing and industry in the areas of disaster planning and preparedness, advanced manufacturing and automation innovation, and product development and diversification.
Starting seeds indoors can be an enjoyable winter garden project
Get a jump start on spring gardening by starting seeds in the winter.
Healthy habits can help shed unwanted pounds
Develop healthy habits in the new year to help meet weight loss goals.
Ranchers’ webinars address forage and difficult weather
The next round of the popular Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime series of teleconferences for the cattle industry moves into the topics of managing cattle and forage in dry weather patterns, Oklahoma State University Extension officials said.
Vet Med Faces of Research: Dr. Veronique Lacombe
Veronique Lacombe, DVM, Ph.D., DACVIM, DECEIM, has been asking the same question since she was a child growing up in the south of France, “Why?” The board certified veterinarian, whose research impacts human health, is a professor in the Department of Physiological Sciences at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Educated at the oldest veterinary college in Europe, the National Veterinary School of Maisons-Alfort near Paris, France, Lacombe’s innate curiosity drove her to learn and to discover new knowledge.
Two Electrical and Computer Engineering students land big jobs with giant companies
The year 2020 hasn’t been ideal for most people, but for two electrical and computer engineering graduates, the year 2020 ended with something to celebrate.