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Wed, Feb 13, 2019
Jocelyn Flores has her eyes set on earning a degree in management information systems, organizing the Miss Hispanic-Latina OSU 2019 Scholarship Pageant and helping high school girls become first-generation college students.
Tue, Feb 12, 2019
Jesse Langston graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1985, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Langston came to OSU with a scholarship intended for minorities in the engineering field. In the 1980s, it was difficult for minority students to get into the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math industry. This scholarship program recruited and retained Oklahoma talent in minority groups to become successful in their future engineering careers.
Mon, Feb 04, 2019
At the Center for Family Resilience in Tulsa, people aren’t simply computer jockeys, analyzing data and making reports. The team is passionate about improving the lives of Oklahomans through research, outreach and engagement. The CFR, established in 2009, uses conferences, program evaluations and community events to educate and support people to reach their fullest potential, both socially and personally.
Thu, Jan 31, 2019
OSU Center for Health Sciences announces medical school scholarships in honor of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) announced the establishment of multiple scholarship funds totaling $475,000 from the Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and 13 private donors in honor of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school – the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation.
Thu, Jan 31, 2019
A statue depicting Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student to attend Oklahoma A&M College, was dedicated in a ceremony Thursday when her lifesize sculpture was unveiled on the Oklahoma State University campus.
Tue, Jan 29, 2019
In honor of Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student to attend then-Oklahoma A&M College, a statue of the civil rights pioneer will be dedicated Thursday, Jan. 31, on the Stillwater campus. Davis overcame racial obstacles to pursue her master’s degree in 1949.
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