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Parents may have various options for sending children back to school this fall.
Dr. Paula Tripp, Oklahoma State University clinical associate professor in Human Development and Family Science, received the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Alumni Achievement Award at the first-ever Virtual National Leadership Conference July 7-9, 2020.
Great Plains IDEA, an Oklahoma State University partner, has released a new podcast aimed at empowering advisors and students with strategies for digital success.
Ten Oklahoma State University students have received scholarships from the Remember the Ten Run.
Senior Reagan Mitchell made a relatively smooth transition to online learning this spring semester even as the novel coronavirus created uncertainty as it began spreading across the United States.
Wilson was one of the first female field ecologists in the Great Plains region.
The OSU/A&M Board of Regents approved a $1.36 billion operating budget for the Oklahoma State University system for fiscal year 2021 during its June 19 meeting held via Zoom.
A total of 9,400 students were named to the 2020 spring semester honor rolls at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, including 5,241 students named to the President's Honor Roll for earning an A grade in all their courses.
Container and dish gardens are great options for beginning gardeners.
As the public increases cleaning efforts in the home, the CDC reports more calls to poison control centers.
Many Americans have joined video conference calls in recent weeks. None have been as life-transforming as Sara Szumski’s, when she learned she was receiving a very generous scholarship.
OSU teaching professor Dr. Paula Tripp is set to be inducted into the FCCLA Leadership Hall of Fame July 6, 2020, along with three OSU alumnae.
Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Sergio Abit's virtual learning efforts have provided benefits to students at OSU and five cooperating, two-year institutions across the state.
The greenery in spring bloom at Scissortail Park were chosen for central Oklahoma, OSU alumnus and horticulture director Lance Swearengen said. Extension played a key role. That’s not hyperbole, either; it’s a design point expected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxpayers who backed the MAPS 3 project, the park’s director of horticulture said recently.
The U.S. cattle industry lost an estimated $13.6 billion by early April this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more economic damages to agriculture are likely, according to a study commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association released this week.
Dr. Edralin Lucas, OSU nutritional sciences professor and 30-year teaching veteran, received the Oklahoma Medal of Excellence in Teaching at a Research University.
Public school buildings across Oklahoma are closed due to coronavirus concerns. For student teachers and education majors teaching and tutoring for the first time, virtual learning is not only their “new normal,” it is their “first normal.”
One first-year teacher and College of Education, Health and Aviation alumna, Shelbi Hladik, is bringing those conversations to the airwaves with a new podcast, “See You After Class!” designed as a space for veteran teachers to answer first-year teachers’ questions.
The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized more than 30 Oklahoma State University freshmen for 10 unique awards celebrating leadership, academic achievement, research and service.
The Colleges of Education, Health and Aviation and Human Sciences recognized two students for their distinguished diversity and service efforts this year.
The College of Human Sciences has named its 2020 Seniors of Distinction. These students have demonstrated exceptional qualities of leadership, academic excellence and community service throughout their time at Oklahoma State University.
With Oklahoma State University classes transitioning to online delivery for the remainder of the spring semester, three strategies can help students finish strong.
Consumers should prepare for power outages just as they do for other emergency situations.
Recommendations from the National Firewise Communities helps landowners be proactive against wildfires.