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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
AJ and Susan Jacques of Stillwater are two of five Oklahoma State University graduates who are being inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame on February 8. Induction into the OSU Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by Oklahoma State University. It recognizes alumni and former students with outstanding lifetime achievements in society and professional life.
Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Stillwater.
Electric scooters will return to the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus Jan. 22. Three major changes will be involved with their return: mandatory parking sites, lower costs and a company new to Stillwater.
Minnie Lou Bradley — the first woman to enroll in animal husbandry at Oklahoma A&M in 1949 — is one of five people from the Angus cattle industry being recognized for their greatness in the latest American Angus Association's documentary series, I Am Angus: The Art of Greatness.
Now in its fifth year, the Unidos program works with seventh- and eighth-graders from five Tulsa Public Schools to encourage high school graduation and to promote higher education. About half the students are English language learners, coming from homes where most parents speak only Spanish.
Oklahoma State University has once again been named one of the top 100 colleges for veterans by the Military Times news agency.
Each year, OSU’s Staff Advisory Council holds the Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony to recognize staff members across the University for their hard work, dedication and contribution to the overall success of the University. Awards are presented to the top ten employees nominated by their supervisors or co-workers. This year, three employees from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were represented in the top ten.
Oklahoma State University was presented with the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Collegiate Award for the transformation of an unsightly area into the Welcome Plaza.
A second Allan Houser sculpture, this one perfectly matched to America’s Brightest Orange, was unveiled Wednesday during a ceremony hosted by Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis and First Cowgirl Ann Hargis. Abstract Orange is a continuation of OSU’s initiative of integrating public art on campus.
Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A project involving Oklahoma State University and 50 Mandela Fellows from 29 sub-Saharan countries, another developing a robot to care for aging adults and a third promoting exercise and inclusivity for the disabled have taken top honors in OSU’s 2018 President’s Cup.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund announced Thursday that Oklahoma State University-Stillwater will be a stop on The Wall That Heals national tour in 2019.
Dr. Jason F. Kirksey, vice president for Institutional Diversity and chief diversity officer at Oklahoma State University, received the 2018 Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Public Land-grant Universities’ (APLU) Commission on Access, Diversity and Excellence (CADE).
Robert H. Henry — a former university president, federal appeals court judge, state attorney general and lawmaker — will be the commencement speaker at both Oklahoma State University undergraduate ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 15 at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater.
Oklahoma State University received its third consecutive Institution Committed to Diversity Award from Minority Access Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit agency. Alumnus Justin Biassou accepted the award on behalf of the university.
(STILLWATER, Okla., November 2, 2018) – Oklahoma State University’s College of Human Sciences presented seven alumni awards during its 2018 Homecoming celebration on October 26. Kristin Atchley, Nellie Perry (posthumous) and Kristen Smith were presented with Distinguished Alumni Awards; Tim Gowin, Benjamin Houltberg and Samantha Johnson were honored as Rising Stars; and Rick Green was recognized as an Honorary Alumnus of the College of Human Sciences.
50-year-old residence hall renovations create cultural connections