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From archeological digs revealing the history of civilizations to contemplations on hidden meanings in novels, layers surround us in abstract and material ways. The “Layered Voices” exhibition, featuring the work of 23 artists in textiles that illustrate each artist’s interpretation of layers, will be on display at the OSU Museum of Art until Aug. 18.
First Cowgirl, Ann Hargis, addresses the Cowboy Family with a note on living healthy, which includes enjoying the arts and sustainability efforts.
Library program helps first-generation students feel at home at OSU
Oklahoma State University's 2005 Gates Cambridge Scholarship winners return for campus visits
A native of Hominy, Oklahoma, Manzer arrived at OSU in 1959. He completed his bachelor’s degree in chemistry, earned a master’s in business and later added a doctorate. After a stint at Dow Chemical, Manzer returned to OSU in 1975 to teach, and he’s been here ever since.
Oklahoma State University 'I Am Building' project pairs freshmen's paths with building construction
After a fulfilling detour to Alaska, Oklahoma State University alumnus Quinton Chandler has returned to Oklahoma to cover criminal justice as the newest member of the StateImpactOklahoma team, which regularly files news reports heard on KOSU and other public radio stations around the state.
Exterior design and interior details impress three generations of business students
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, Lorrie Reed Parker served as a judge for the men's team event. Hannah Miller managed the social media content and efforts for the @TeamUSA social media properties, reaching over 9 million fans.
A former Disney executive, a rancher/philanthropist, a geoscientist, and a chief financial officer will share their insights for success with Oklahoma State University undergraduate students during commencement ceremonies set for Saturday, May 12, in Gallagher-Iba Arena.
Tonya Hoover, an Oklahoma State University Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology graduate, has been named the new superintendent of the National Fire Academy
From the front office to the field, four OSU alumni witness history as the Houston Astros capture their first championship.
Oklahoma State University State Magazine President's letter, Spring 2018
The OSU Alumni Association has honored 48 students with the Senior of Significance Award for the 2017-18 academic year.
After nearly 20 years, OSU alumnus Chad Weiberg has returned to OSU Athletics as the new deputy athletic director.
Oklahoma State University will present honorary doctorates to a pair of successful Enid natives -- farmer and entrepreneur Cecil O’Brate and Grammy-winning soprano Leona Mitchell – during undergraduate commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12, in Gallager-Iba Arena.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art Advocates will be celebrating famous American artists during a Masterpiece Moments event Saturday, April 28, at the Wes Watkins Center.
The Center for Sovereign Nations will host a series of events on OSU’s Stillwater campus on April 10, in recognition of Native American Awareness Week.
The critically-acclaimed Oklahoma State University Jazz Orchestra will join Grammy-nominated composer/trumpeter John Daversa for a “jazz fusion meets big band” concert on Monday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seretean Center Concert Hall.
The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association is proud to announce the 2018 Outstanding Seniors, who were selected following a review and meetings with 47 candidates. The Outstanding Senior award recognizes 14 seniors who exceled through academic achievement; campus and community activities; academic, athletic or extra-curricular honors or awards; scholarships and work ethic during their time at OSU.
Help preserve the history of American war veterans. The Edmon Low Library at Oklahoma State University will host a training workshop for those wishing to participate in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project.
– Dr. Jason F. Kirksey, vice president for institutional diversity and chief diversity officer at Oklahoma State University, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors for the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE), a preeminent voice for diversity officers in the United States.
The staff and faculty of the OSU Library acknowledge with profound sadness the death of Dr. David Oberhelman. Oberhelman served the Oklahoma State University Libraries from 1999 to 2018 and held the position of W.P. Wood Professor of Library Service. He died at the age of 52 on January 25, 2018.
A 16-panel Smithsonian Institution exhibition titled “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces” reveals the remarkable 250-year history of their U.S. military contributions through art, photography and essay.