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Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business will host the Tribal Finance and Accounting Conference from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Conference Center.
Glen Krutz, the new dean of Oklahoma State University's College of Arts and Sciences, enjoys both teaching and research. He was drawn to the opportunity to get “closer to the action” going on in classrooms and research facilities that comes with the position.
Charles Cox, former state program leader for the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development program, recently was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.
Cull cows represent about 20 percent of the gross income in commercial cow-calf operations.
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences President Kayse Shrum, D.O., received the top honor at The Journal Record’s 39th annual Woman of the Year annual gala. Dr. Shrum was named Woman of the Year from a field of 50 outstanding finalists.
There will continue to be stresses on fed cattle demand and flows of cattle to slaughter until the damaged Tyson Finney County plant returns to operation.
The workshop is part of a multi-state Cooperative Extension effort being conducted in Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State University has announced that a conference table used daily by the late legendary philanthropist T. Boone Pickens will be lent to the Oklahoma governor’s Cabinet Room for the next decade.
Jonathan Mildenhall, former chief marketing officer of Airbnb, will be sharing with business leaders from across the state Oct. 31 during the Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business speaker series.
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.
Participants can hear cutting-edge information from and interact with leading experts from across the country, all in a single setting.
Members of the South Rock Creek School 4-H Club are learning about gardening and more thanks to the dedication of their club leader.
Celia Sandys, granddaughter of famed historical figure Sir Winston Churchill, is coming to Oklahoma State University.
Grass tetany, caused by magnesium deficiency, typically is not a major problem in Oklahoma. However, occasional cases are reported, typically in beef cows during early lactation, with the issue being more prevalent in older cows.
A larger than projected decrease in August cattle placements pulled U.S. feedlot inventories lower than expected, coming in at 10.98 million head, down 1.3 percent from one year ago.
Author Jodi Picoult is the featured speaker for this year’s H. Louise & H.E. “Ed” Cobb Speaker Series presented by the Friends of the OSU Library. The dinner, keynote and book signing will take place on Oct. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sparrow Beginnings in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The renewal of a five-year $1.2 million federal grant means more American Indian students at Oklahoma State University will have the opportunity to pursue advanced degrees in the mental health field.
Golfers interested in participating in the 22nd Annual Clover Classic Golf Tournament can register now.
Producers are encouraged to respond by Oct. 11.
Thousands of Cowboy faithful flooded Gallagher-Iba Arena Wednesday to celebrate the life of Oklahoma State University legend T. Boone Pickens.
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.
The Department of Psychology and the OSU Center for Pediatric Psychology will host guest speaker and OSU alumnus Dr. Bernard Fuemmeler for the Goldman Colloquium next Friday, Sept. 27. Fuemmeler will deliver his presentation, “Childhood Self-Regulation and Health: An Intersection for Multidisciplinary Collaboration” at 1:30 p.m. in Human Sciences 236.
Projections for 2019 show China importing 18.7 percent of global beef imports along with another 6.1 percent of imports into Hong Kong.
Pre- and post-fair animal health protocols should be followed. Vigilance is job one.