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Dr. Erik Aspenson's career as an endocrinologist began at OSU more than 30 years ago when he earned his bachelor's degree in physiology. After attending medical school and serving 11 years with the U.S. Air Force, the father of four turned his focus to treating patients with diabetes and thyroid disease — something he's done in the Tulsa area for the past 15 years. Aspenson gave us a look into his life and career, including what drew him to OSU as an incoming freshman, the unique way he starts each day and what it means to be a Cowboy.
At first, Oklahoma State University freshman Aubrie Penfield attributed her body aches, sore throat, runny nose and “stuffy feeling” to allergies and carrying her belongings up three flights of stairs on move-in day.
Through molecular research, scientists at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery at Oklahoma State University are seeing promising treatment alternatives that would allow physicians to treat pain without opioids or the devastating side effects of opioids.
Free seminar offered for environmental law enforcement.
Oklahoma State University students in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19 may have a little something to be thankful for after a local group donated the first batch of many care packages.
The COVID-19 pandemic brings added stress for families.
Oklahoma State University’s third installment of its Community Advancing Conversations series will feature a presentation surrounding the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Oklahoma State University has launched an online dashboard to track COVID-19 testing data on the Stillwater campus. The dashboard represents a commitment to keep the campus safe by providing accurate information to the community on COVID 19 metrics monitored by medical and public health officials.
Safety is key when home canning.
Nutritional sciences assistant professor Dr. Sam Emerson received a grant from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, the state's technology-based economic development agency.
Oklahoma State University faculty recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Rome Tor Vergata in Italy to partner in tactical fitness and nutrition research.
With detailed safety precautions in place, Oklahoma State University students began the move-in process Friday.
The Guthrie Scottish Rite of Freemasonry recently renewed its partnership with OSU’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders by donating $283,574 to the OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. The partnership began in 2018 when the Guthrie Scottish Rite Foundation moved its speech and language clinic operations to Stillwater’s campus and gave an initial $182,411 to the department.
Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation made history July 31 by holding the first iconic White Coat ceremony marking the official opening of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school.
Amidst the recent changes created by the pandemic, a small sense of “normal” seems to be returning as the start of schools across the nation creeps closer. While food safety always is key when resuming the process of packing a student’s lunch, new tips and tricks can be employed this year to further promote food safety.
Oklahoma State University is offering free COVID-19 oral swab testing for students and employees at University Health Services (UHS) on the main Stillwater campus.
Respondents were surveyed June 12-20. Of particular focus is a seven-state region including Oklahoma.
When a program closure left many foster youth without access to vital counseling services, Lilli Higgins, a 2017 OSU recreational therapy graduate, founded her own therapy nonprofit to help.
OSU Extension hosted community forums to help residents identify top community concerns.
Ten Oklahoma State University students have received scholarships from the Remember the Ten Run.
The importance of sunscreen and proper application.
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.
Scams continue to rise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tips to keep cool during hot summer months.