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Two College of Education, Health and Aviation students have been selected as Oklahoma State University Seniors of Significance for the 2019-2020 academic year by the OSU Alumni Association. The Seniors of Significance Award recognizes students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership and service to campus and community and have brought distinction to OSU.
“Chilocco Through the Years” is a documentary based on the award-winning project from the OSU Library’s Oklahoma Oral History Research Program. It premieres on OETA on Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m. and will rebroadcast on Dec. 28 at 6 p.m. and Dec. 29 at 2 p.m.
Oklahoma State University’s landscaping has won the Grand Award from the Professional Grounds Management Society. A premier land-grant university, Oklahoma State is known for its world-class education, neo-Georgian architecture, beautiful campus grounds and “America’s Brightest Orange” school color.
Oklahoma State University has once again been named one of the top 100 colleges for veterans by the Military Times news agency.
A series of events are planned to celebrate Native American Heritage Month on the Oklahoma State University campus. OSU’s Center for Sovereign Nations and the Native American Student Association invite everyone to celebrate and learn more about the 39 federally recognized tribal nations in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State University received the Institution Committed to Diversity award from Minority Access Inc., for the fourth consecutive year during the 20th annual National Role Model Conference in September in National Harbor, Maryland.
Officers with the Oklahoma State University Police Department are sporting a commemorative badge to celebrate the department’s 50th anniversary. The OSUPD began as a safety and security department until Oklahoma statutes made it possible to become a campus police department. Since then, OSUPD has grown to 34 sworn officers, 12 support staff and 21 student employees.
Numerous Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Tulsa.
The Oklahoma State University Diversity Hall of Fame inducted four new honorees, recognized two rising stars and gave one special recognition during its annual gala Oct. 17 in the ConocoPhillips Alumni Center.
The construction barriers have come down, and the updated and improved Greek Walk at Theta Pond is ready for Walk-around. The seven-month project has transformed the main walkway from Monroe Street and University Avenue into the heart of campus.
The Oklahoma State Flying Aggies Flight Team won first place at this year’s Region IV National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) competition held in Norman, Oklahoma, Oct. 7-9. Oklahoma State defeated seven other schools to win the region and secure its place in the national competition next spring in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Monsters, heroes, gamers, spectators are all welcome at this year’s Cowboy Con on Saturday.
Five College of Human Sciences students were recently announced as Oklahoma State University Top 20 Freshmen Men and Women for 2018-19. OSU’s Mortar Board chapter oversees the selection of the Top Ten Freshmen Men and Women.
Celia Sandys, granddaughter of famed historical figure Sir Winston Churchill, is coming to Oklahoma State University.
The Miss OSU Scholarship Competition drew a crowd of alumni, students and members of the Stillwater community to the Student Union Theater on Sept. 25.
Dr. Julie Koch, head of the School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology in the OSU College of Education, Health and Aviation, recently participated in the 2019 Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Institute at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania.
Oklahoma State University is mourning the loss of longtime benefactor and Oklahoma State alumnus T. Boone Pickens. The renowned businessman passed away Sept. 11 at the age of 91. A “Celebration of Life” is scheduled for 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 25 in Gallagher-Iba Arena. Speaking at the event will be OSU President Burns Hargis, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, Coach Mike Gundy, golf pro Rickie Fowler, OSU benefactor Anne Greenwood and Athletic Director Mike Holder.
The commitment to creating a culture of inclusion at Oklahoma State University is again being nationally recognized. INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity publication and website in higher education today, has recognized Oklahoma State University as a 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award recipient and a 2019 Diversity Champion.
On Sept. 11, 2001, the lives of many Americans were changed forever. The attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the foiled attempt that ended with a plane crash in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania were ghastly and unfathomable.
Julie Swaringim-Griffin couldn’t help but smile while talking about being recognized as one of 338 Oklahomans honored with a NextGen Under 30 Award.
OSU is hosting a Constitution Day program on Sept. 17, at 4 p.m. The event features former Oklahoma Senator and Representative Angela Monson; Dr. Patricia Loughlin, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of History and Geography at the University of Central Oklahoma; and Dr. Jeanette Mendez, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Professor of Political Science at OSU.
From improvements to existing buildings and landmarks to new construction, Oklahoma State University crews from Facilities Management and Long Range Facilities Planning have been busy over the summer. Below is a summary of some of their major projects.
First responders, global war on terror military veterans and supporters of both are encouraged to attend Sept. 11 events on the Oklahoma State University campus.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $3.9 million grant to the Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP), ensuring that the Oklahoma alliance will be able to continue its mission of preparing minority scholars to enter STEM fields and engage in research around the world.