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Human Sciences welcomes award-winning author Patricia McCormick for 2019 O’Toole Lecture

Human Sciences welcomes award-winning author Patricia McCormick for 2019 O’Toole Lecture

The Oklahoma State University College of Human Sciences 2019 Dean Lela O’Toole International Speaker Series will feature two-time National Book Award finalist Patricia McCormick presenting SOLD: An Inside Look at the Child Trafficking Crisis on Tuesday, April 9, at 1:30 p.m. in Jorns Hall in the Human Sciences building. Members of the campus and Stillwater community are invited to this free event.

OSU team presents lifesaving training at GEAPS Exchange
Sun, Mar 17, 2019

Oklahoma State University’s Grain Entrapment Prevention and Rescue Team is taking their mission to educate and save lives to the national stage. Carol Jones, a professor of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at OSU, presented at the Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) Exchange 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 9-12.

MBA student Jayci Robison won’t allow invisible illness to slow her down
Thu, Mar 07, 2019

OSU graduate student Jayci Robison is a force to be reckoned with in the classroom and on the basketball court, but it wasn’t long ago that she woke up surrounded by concerned teammates and coaches after passing out at her championship basketball game. This was the beginning of a journey she is still navigating today.

OSU conference to focus on dyslexia
Thu, Mar 07, 2019

Oklahoma State University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is hosting its annual conference to help speech-language pathologists better assist clients.

OSU symposium brings together female veterans
Thu, Mar 07, 2019

Oklahoma State University’s fourth annual Women Veterans Symposium brings together women for a day of discussing mental, nutritional and personal wellness while connecting with others who serve or have served in the military.

Balancing water quality and the bottom line
Thu, Feb 28, 2019

Addressing water quality and quantity issues are complicated, especially in Oklahoma where water is a divisive issue. Providing clean water for drinking and enough water for agricultural, lawns and landscaping, recreational and industrial use are all hotly debated. But a concern that few people want to think about is how to treat wastewater efficiently and safely.

Two CEAT faculty members win NSF CAREER awards
Mon, Feb 25, 2019

Jindal Shah and Ashlee Ford Versypt, assistant professors in Oklahoma State University’s school of chemical engineering, have each been awarded the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program award