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Oklahoma State University announced a $1 million naming gift from Ray and Linda Booker during a special groundbreaking ceremony on March 7 for the new flight training center, set to officially open by fall 2021.
Students in the Oklahoma State University aviation and space program are now eligible for the PSA Airlines Cadet Program thanks to a special agreement between OSU and PSA.
The CREATE BRIDGES initiative will hold public forums in Drumright and Pawnee to discuss economic development in the region.
Federally required training meetings have been scheduled for agricultural producers intending to use dicamba herbicides for the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop SystemTM for soybeans and cotton.
The ninth-annual conference offers research and practical perspectives for individuals with disabilities, as well as communities and families.
Eight of thirty-one outstanding Oklahoma mentors who were recognized by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence and their community mentoring organizations are students or recent graduates from Oklahoma State University.
KOSU and Oklahoma State University have named 20-year news veteran Rachel Hubbard as the station’s executive director, effective Feb. 24. Hubbard will lead KOSU in its next chapter, while maintaining its journalistic excellence and continuing its mission of serving Oklahomans with independent and authentic news and music.
Ever discover something near and dear to your heart? Most likely, yes — we all have Cherished Possessions. And a new community project at the Oklahoma State Museum of Art is offering you the opportunity to share and experience these heartfelt items.
Oklahoma State University’s fifth annual Women Veterans Symposium brings together women for a day of discussing mental, physical and financial health while connecting with others who serve or have served in the military.
The Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program now is accepting applications for Class XX. OALP The program is designed to enhance leadership and agricultural knowledge to those involved in the agriculture industry.
The OSU Spears School of Business will host its 29th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference on March 4 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tulsa.
Agriculture producers have an opportunity to learn more about water-use efficiency at the Oklahoma Irrigation Conference slated March 3 in Altus, Oklahoma.
Individuals with developmental disabilities and their families are receiving support for improved quality of life through the newly formed Institute for Developmental Disabilities in the Department of Human Development and Family Science at Oklahoma State University.
Enrollment is open for the 2020 Grape Management Course. Participants will take part in classroom and hands-on learning opportunities about the grape industry in Oklahoma.
Those interested in learning more about the pecan industry can enroll now in the 2020 Pecan Management Course.
For Dr. Sabiha Parveen, it wasn’t so much a question of what she’d study, but rather how she’d go about it. So after graduating from the University of Calcutta in her home country of India and working for a year in audiology and speech-language pathology, she headed to Bowling Green State University in Ohio for postgraduate work. Although Parveen had initially wanted to focus her studies on aphasia and stroke, her mentor presented another option: Parkinson’s disease.
The leader of the Cherokee Nation — with more than 380,000 tribal citizens worldwide including over 141,000 in northeastern Oklahoma — recently spoke about its storied history during a Sovereignty Speaks speakers series luncheon at the Oklahoma State University Student Union.
For the first time in 15 years, an Oklahoma State University student has been named a Gates Cambridge Scholar.
The U.S. Census is easy and quick to fill out, plus it is a constitutional requirement.
A free educational workshop will help Oklahoma grape growers prepare for the new growing season.
The Center for Executive and Professional Development (CEPD) in the Spears School of Business is being recognized with the 2020 Outstanding Noncredit Program Award, given annually to noncredit professional, continuing or online education programs for excellence in achieving their educational objectives.
Oklahoma State University and alumni Kayleen and Larry Ferguson announced a $50 million gift from the Ferguson Family Foundation that will transform the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources in a variety of ways, including a new name. Pending approval next week from the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents, the college will be renamed the Ferguson College of Agriculture in recognition of the gift, which is among the largest in OSU’s nearly 130-year history.
Sponsored by OSU Cooperative Extension, the conference is a merger of two past successful events: The Cattle Trails Wheat and Stocker Conference and the Northwest Oklahoma Beef Conference.
A collaborative effort by OSU Cooperative Extension and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, the annual conference focuses on providing relevant management information applicable to the Red River region that can help enhance the potential profitability of farm and ranch enterprises.