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Is that a drone or an anemometer? A group of researchers in Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) hope that the answer is both.
Dr. Ashlee N. Ford Versypt has received a grant for $1.8 million over the next five years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to fund her research on Quantitative Systems Biomedicine and Pharmacology for Multiscale Tissue Damage.
Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology often finds itself on the cutting edge.
Eleven College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology students have been selected as Oklahoma State University Seniors of Significance for the 2019-2020 academic year by the OSU Alumni Association.
Fire Service Training (FST) and the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) at Oklahoma State University are pleased to announce Caroline Reed as the new director of FST.
Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute has a new research lab. The development center, called EXCELSIOR, on Willis Street provides a dedicated space for the research organization's projects that's better designed than its previous location in the Richmond Hills Research Complex on the north side of Stillwater.
Dr. Aurelie Azoug, an assistant professor in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, is using 3D modelling technology, along with other experimental methods, to investigate ways to mitigate fall risks in pregnant women.
Students in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s Design-Build team won the regional first place, for the second year in a row, competing against schools in the states of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana and Arkansas. As regional first place winners, the team, “The Pruitt Group”, is now among the top ten teams in the United States. National judges will select the top three to present at the annual Design-Build Institute of America conference in November. The Pruitt Group coordinated, assembled and designed a mock statement of qualification for a performing arts center they created. Each member of the team had a specific role in the process to ensure its completion.
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) at Oklahoma State University has announced the 2019 Hall of Fame inductees. CEAT Hall of Fame nominees must be a distinguished engineer, architect or technologist who has made an outstanding contribution to their profession or OSU and has served their community, state and nation with distinction. They should represent some of the most distinguished alumni and industry leaders associated with CEAT. The following candidates meet and exceed all criteria for the hall of fame recognition. A reception will be held in their honor on November 9, 2019.
Angela Peter, a chemical engineering senior in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, recently returned from London with the beginning structure for a startup company.
Oklahoma State University’s School of Architecture was recognized as one of the top architecture schools in the country in three different categories in DesignIntelligence’s annual rankings.
A group led by Oklahoma State University (OSU) researchers and consisting of academic and industry partners have received a $19.9 million grant, to conduct research on the Caney Shale, a potential petroleum resource in south western Oklahoma. The award includes money from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and cost share from Continental Resources, the principal industry partner in the study.
Each year members of the Oklahoma State University Mortar Board Honor Society select the top 20 freshmen men and top 20 freshmen women of OSU. This year, nine of those students are representing the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT), where these nine students will be invited to be a CEAT scholar.
A team of three Tulsa based researchers have been awarded a three year, $1.9 million contract, with $1.5 million coming from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The award was given based on their efforts on developing environmentally sustainable process for recovering oil and natural gas from unconventional shale resources.
Given Oklahoma’s notoriously unpredictable weather, it might be no surprise that the Unmanned Systems Research Institute at Oklahoma State University is working with climate experts to improve forecasting. But it might be a surprise to learn that the institute and other researchers in OSU’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and its College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) are playing a role in research on dolphins.
On October 8, 2019, Oklahoma State University (OSU) and Vigilant Aerospace Systems (Vigilant) conducted a demonstration flight utilizing OSU’s 13-mile beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS) corridor east of Stillwater, Oklahoma.
A new agricultural drought index has been developed using Oklahoma Mesonet’s soil moisture and weather data by Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Ph.D. student Ali Ajaz and Assistant Professor Dr. Saleh Taghvaeian.
By the end of their stay on Oct. 22, 12 members of the firefighting force from the Gyeonggi province of South Korea will have spent over seven weeks with Fire Service Training.
Andrew Williamson, an Oklahoma State University mechanical and aerospace engineering graduate student, has been named a finalist in the Collegiate Inventors Competition (CIC), an annual competition that rewards innovations, discoveries and research by college and university students and their faculty advisors.
The Pawnee Nation Museum Committee has joined the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, (ATALM), OSU School of Architecture, and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians' Culture Center and Museum staff to develop a prototype model for cultural facilities.
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.
Muwanika Jdiobe’s first trip out of his native Uganda came in his pursuit of his degrees in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Oklahoma State University.
In 2007, Keith Teague took his first trip to Asia, visiting industries and political groups in Vietnam to discuss economic development and education. Today, Teague, a professor in the school of electrical and computer engineering at OSU, leads study abroad trips each year to Japan.
As far back as he can remember, Fernando Gomez-Moran has enjoyed working with his hands, from building lego sets to toy cars. The summer before his seventh-grade year in his hometown of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, his mother enrolled him in the Boys and Girls Club, where he stayed while his parents were at work. As the summer progressed, he experienced many opportunities through the organization to figure out what truly interested him.