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Blood Donors Save BellaBlood Donors Save Bella

Twenty-one days, 32 liters of blood, and a group of dedicated veterinary specialists – that’s what it took to save Bella, a 7 year old Appendix Quarter Horse mare

Special Olympics extra special for ‘family’ with major OSU tiesSpecial Olympics extra special for ‘family’ with major OSU ties

Special Olympics Summer Games are extra special for Olympian Matt Sitton; his mom, OSU Professor Shelly Sitton; his mom's cousin, OSU student Kane Kinion; and Matt's peer partner Braden, son of Chris Young, head coach of the OSU women's tennis team.

New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ OklahomansNew Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans

OSU-Tulsa graduate students Brendon Glon and Jess White plan to establish a mental health hotline for the gay, lesbian and transgender community this summer as part of their new role as Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.

OSU student-led teams win over $40,000 at Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup competitionOSU student-led teams win over $40,000 at Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup competition

A pair of graduate-level teams from Oklahoma State University made history as winners at the 2018 Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup. For the first time in the history of the OSU entrepreneurship program, the teams took first- and second-place in the statewide competition.

OSU holds off participation in state’s hemp pilot program for 2018 growing seasonOSU holds off participation in state’s hemp pilot program for 2018 growing season

Oklahoma State University is taking a holistic approach on this new industry, evaluating agronomics, logistics, processing and economic feasibility. DASNR plans to spend the next six months gathering information, which may be used to develop Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service programming for the commercial growth of hemp

New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ OklahomansNew Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans

OSU-Tulsa graduate students Brendon Glon and Jess White plan to establish a mental health hotline for the gay, lesbian and transgender community this summer as part of their new role as Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.

Beef exports helping U.S. cattle marketsBeef exports helping U.S. cattle markets

Oklahoma is the nation's fifth-leading producer of cattle and calves, and recently released export numbers show positive signs for Oklahoma's $3.7 billion cattle industry, most of whose producers are stakeholders of OSU beef programs.

OSU holds off participation in state’s hemp pilot program for 2018 growing seasonOSU holds off participation in state’s hemp pilot program for 2018 growing season

Oklahoma State University is taking a holistic approach on this new industry, evaluating agronomics, logistics, processing and economic feasibility. DASNR plans to spend the next six months gathering information, which may be used to develop Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service programming for the commercial growth of hemp

Dunford selected as AOCS FellowDunford selected as AOCS Fellow

An Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center faculty member has been selected as a 2018 American Oil Chemists’ Society Fellow. Nurhan Dunford, FAPC oil and oilseed specialist and professor in the OSU Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, will be recognized May 6 at the Welcome Plenary Session during the 2018 AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo in Minneapolis, Minnesota.