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Carly Bender calls “rEcess” — a monthly event for children with disabilities so their parents can have a free evening — her biggest hobby and favorite part of the month. The actuarial and financial mathematics senior recently earned a Women for OSU scholarship for her philanthropy and community service. She volunteered at Countryside Baptist Church in Stillwater and helped build communities of support for families with children who have special needs.
A Kay County 4-H'er has developed a plan that will help people appreciate the historic downtown area of Newkirk and provide opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle.
Local teachers got some much-needed information and resources to help them teach their students about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, perhaps the darkest time in the city’s history. Nearly 20 teachers from Bartlesville, Glenpool, Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Union and other school districts took part in “Writing and Remembrance: Strategies for Teaching the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre” June 11-13 at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa.
Livestock producers may qualify for financial aid under the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program.
Replacement heifers represent a long-term investment and source of new genetics for a cattle herd, and so must be productive from the get-go.
Livestock operators must notify Farm Service Agency within 30 days of the death of their animals.
The U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE) selected an OSU team among five teams and an alternative team to represent the United States in a business plan competition at the 2019 Global Grand Challenges Summit in London on September 12-18, 2019. This is the first time OSU has been selected at this level.
The CREATE BRIDGES project, a rural development initiative in two areas of Oklahoma, is seeking volunteers for a new Business Retention and Expansion program.
Floodwaters disturb the soil, which can expose the spores that trigger the diseases.
Excessive moisture can lead to foot rot in cattle, for which lameness is often the first symptom.
OKlahoma's infrastructure struggles to keep up due to devastating flooding.
4-H'ers in Cherokee County collect monetary donations and purchase needed supplies for flooding victims.
The OSU Alumni Association is recognizing 11 Oklahoma State University alumni with awards in the upcoming 2019-20 academic year.
The Payne County Master Gardeners will hosting a garden tour June 9 in Stillwater. Participants will have a chance to see new, innovative ideas they can implement in their own gardens.
Extension educators throughout the state will host free-and-open-to-the-public community forums in May and June.
The public is invited to The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University for the upcoming Herb and Succulent Festival slated June 8. There will be something for the whole family.
Milford Jenkins has been selected to serve as the new executive director of the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation.
Oklahoma State University faculty recently led high school students through a technology-driven story mapping project in their communities. More than 90 high school students from the Academy of Science, Technology and Engineering Charter (ASTEC) School in Oklahoma City participated in the two-week project.
The Aerospace Propulsion and Power Program in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) at OSU scored the highest turbojet thrust-to-weight improvement at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) sponsored Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program (APOP) challenge held in Dayton, OH at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on May 15 – 18th.
Three College of Education, Health and Aviation staff members were recently recognized for excellence in service, mentorship, creativity and innovation at the college’s annual Excellence Awards reception
The Oklahoma State University team that developed and leads the Cooking for Kids program was recognized with a 2019 Priester Award at the National Health Outreach Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 2.
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology hosted their first Engineering weekend, starting with the CEAT Senior Design Expo on Friday, April 26, and concluding with Speedfest on Saturday, April 27.
Participants will hear from and be able to ask questions of OSU experts who will provide research-based insights crucial to getting the most out of a crop.
Farmers, ranchers and homeowners can safely dispose of unwanted pesticides May 21 at McAlester.