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Oklahoma State University releases fall 2021 honor rolls

Thu, Jan 13, 2022

A total of 7,683 students were named to the 2022 fall semester honor rolls at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, including 3,410 students named to the President's Honor Roll for earning an A grade in all their courses.

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute offers senior-adult classes this spring

Tue, Jan 04, 2022

Enrollment is now open for senior-adult educational classes offered in-person and online by the Oklahoma State University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).

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State's first female graduate receives national honor

Fri, Dec 17, 2021

The Daughters of the American Revolution have posthumously honored Jessie Thatcher Bost, OSU’s first alumna, with the “Women in American History Award.” The award was accepted by Beverly Golden, OSU alumna and Bost’s granddaughter.

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A $10,000 idea: FAPC set to host product development contest for college students

Fri, Nov 19, 2021

College students with innovative ideas for new food and beverage products are invited to FAPC to provide demonstrations, presentations and sampling of their food innovations.

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College honors Lou Watkins with a Hall of Fame induction

Thu, Nov 04, 2021

Lou Watkins’ connections to Oklahoma State University run deep. She is a two-time graduate of the university, past member and chair of the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents and even met her husband of 57 years, former state senator and U.S. Rep. Wes Watkins, at the OSU library. Most recently, Watkins was inducted into the 2021 OSU College of Education and Human Sciences Hall of Fame, the highest honor bestowed by the college. The recognition celebrates her lifelong commitment to empowering others through education and public service and honors her significant contributions to the college and the university.

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Oklahoma State to invest in teachers for Oklahoma through OK-Thrive

Fri, Oct 22, 2021

In an effort to address a growing teacher shortage in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma State University College of Education and Human Sciences is introducing OK-Thrive, a mentorship and coaching program that will support new teachers during the first three years in the profession.

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Mobile Farmers Market helps youth learn about nutrition

Mon, Oct 18, 2021

OSU Extension's High Obesity Prevention Program aims to help lower the obesity rate by teaching youth about making healthy food choices.

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OpenOKState saves OSU students $500,000

Thu, Oct 14, 2021

Students at Oklahoma State University have collectively saved over $500,000 through the OpenOKState Open Educational Resources program.

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Learning, design and technology doctoral student supports youth through STEM programs

Fri, Oct 01, 2021

Darron Lamkin is pursuing his doctorate in learning, design and technology in hopes of better serving and supporting inner-city youth through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs.

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NASA-OSU program aims to open minds to earth and space science

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

Native American communities, storytelling and earth and space curriculum are coming together in one ambitious project made possible through a $3.3 million NASA cooperative agreement with Oklahoma State University’s College of Education and Human Sciences.

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