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Followup story highlighting the Rural Renewal Symposium.
With a $2 million gift, The Hardesty Family Foundation has made a commitment to fuel transformative research at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery. In recognition of the contribution, OSU is naming a recently acquired 49,000-square-foot medical complex in south Tulsa the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience.
This Halloween, pandemic precautions have added an extra level of safety concern to celebrations, but precautions don’t have to scare people away from the holiday.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis announced today his plans to retire on July 1, 2021, to coincide with the end of the current academic year. Hargis announced his retirement plans during a regular meeting of the OSU/A&M Board of Regents held in the Performance Hall at The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts on the Stillwater campus, one of several significant new facilities built during his nearly 13-year presidency.
Moments after Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis announced his plans to retire at the end of this academic year on July 1, 2021, OSU/A&M Board of Regents Chair Rick Davis said the regents would conduct a national search for the next president.
The visitor center offers a unique and innovative platform to advance OSU's land-grant mission.
Risking personal safety to help others, Oklahoma State University’s health care professionals have been hard at work during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Producers are encouraged to respond by Nov. 10.
The webinar will begin at noon. There is no cost to participate. Advance registration is required.
The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association has announced Pokes Palooza, a weeklong celebration for students, will take place the week of Oct. 25 in place of OSU’s traditional Homecoming celebration.
OSU Extension’s newly redesigned catalog of self-paced, online courses also offers an introduction to agronomy and instruction on prescribed fires, selling home bakery items and understanding county government.
Oklahoma State University alumna and Cherokee Nation citizen Dr. Cara Cowan Watts will be recognized Saturday with the Ely S. Parker Award, the highest honor awarded by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society.
Armyworms do not overwinter in Oklahoma, but until first frost occurs, keep a close eye on the status of crops.
OSU Extension economists are working to recruit farmers and ranchers and help them complete beginning balance sheets.
Cooler weather sends mice scurrying to find indoor shelter.
Plant propagation is the process of making new plants, and a great way for gardeners to get more out of their garden investment
Cull cows represent approximately 20% of the gross income of any commercial cow operation.
OSU's Ferguson College of Agriculture Alumni Board has selected Kelli Payne, Mustang, Oklahoma, as a 2020 Early Career Achievement Award winner.
OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture graduate recognized with award.
The popular series of free Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime teleconferences heads to the end of the year with the spotlight turned toward cattle on wheat and small grains.
Canning can be a fun and rewarding way to prolong fresh produce as the season turns chilly, but it requires careful attention to the fruit or vegetable’s chemical profile, Oklahoma State University Extension specialists said.
The Zoom webinar is free and will take place at 6 p.m. CDT. Pre-registration is required and can be done online.
The Oklahoma State University Opera will present The Wonderful World of Sondheim, featuring musical selections by Stephen Sondheim, on Friday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts Recital Hall in Stillwater. The cast is comprised of students from the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music and the Department of Theatre. Admission is free. The performance will also be live-streamed and can be viewed by going to ostate.tv.