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Several Oklahoma counties have experienced snowfall already, heralding the start of hay feeding season that will expand to other counties in the coming weeks, and the need for producers to employ some value-adding mathematics.
Member of the Grady County Oklahoma Home and Community Education group put their sewing and quilting skills to good use and made Quilts of Honor to donate to local veterans.
People of all ages are invited to participate in Stillwater’s inaugural Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday on the Oklahoma State University campus.
Faculty and graduate students in the Oklahoma State University Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory recently hosted seventh-grade students from Stillwater Middle School for a day of hands-on learning, specifically related to brain activity. The Brain Blast event is one of many outreach initiatives coordinated by the lab to engage youth in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning.
Perhaps best known as the individual Oprah Winfrey called her “favorite guest of all time,” Trent was honored during Oct. 25 ceremonies on OSU’s Stillwater campus.
Susanne Wasson is a self-described “enthusiastic champion” of OSU’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
It has been said Oklahoma State University alumnus and former Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents member Austin Kenyon “bleeds orange and black,” a memorable phase that sums up his longstanding commitment to and support of the university’s land-grant mission.
Custer County’s Clint Roush leads a life of diversified stewardship: of the land, with generations of students and for the agricultural industry itself, where he served as a champion of cooperatives for many years.
Waits has worked at the interface between technology innovation and the application of those innovations to agricultural production through his career.
Kathy Noltensmeyer of Edmond discovered her soulmate while attending Oklahoma State University in the 1960s, a relationship that enriched not only her own life experiences, but ultimately those of Oklahoma’s farm families and agricultural industry as well.
The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts on Oklahoma State University's campus has prioritized educational programming as part of its Inaugural Season. In a partnership with Stillwater Public Schools, the Center will provide various opportunities for local students to experience unique performances from some of the world's most accomplished performers and gain a hands-on understanding of the performing arts industry.
Worldwide, total global production of beef, pork and poultry is projected to decline by 1.5 percent year-over-year in 2019 and decrease another 2.4 percent in 2020 as a result of decreased pork production caused by African Swine Fever.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Oklahoma State University keeps seniors active and social.
OSU’s United We Can program helps Tulsa students succeed – and see more options.
Pilot project aims to improve health in Adair and Muskogee counties.
Jones’ service-learning project wins recognition from APLU.
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.