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Thu, Jan 14, 2021
The OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah officially opens with small ceremony Jan. 15 that will be livestreamed on OState.tv
Wed, Jan 13, 2021
Physiology major Audrey Self wanted to be a teacher, but realized that doctors teach people about their bodies. That led to a change in her career plans.
Mon, Dec 28, 2020
First announced in February 2020 as part of the Fiscal Year 2021 President’s Budget submitted to Congress, the $120 million federal appropriation to build a new veterans hospital in Tulsa was approved by Congress on Dec. 21 and signed into law by President Trump yesterday. The project, Veterans Hospital in Tulsa (VHiT), is the work of a collaboration among the federal government, state of Oklahoma, city of Tulsa, private philanthropy, and Oklahoma State University.
Wed, Dec 16, 2020
OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine students have partners with Oklahoma City nonprofit Limbs for Life to raise awareness of the organizations mission to collect donated prosthetics and then refurbish or recycle parts for patients who can't afford new prosthetics.
Fri, Dec 11, 2020
Staying hydrated in the wintertime is important.
Thu, Dec 10, 2020
College is preparing professionals who will enhance our well-being for years to come
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