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At the Center for Family Resilience in Tulsa, people aren’t simply computer jockeys, analyzing data and making reports. The team is passionate about improving the lives of Oklahomans through research, outreach and engagement. The CFR, established in 2009, uses conferences, program evaluations and community events to educate and support people to reach their fullest potential, both socially and personally.
Nearly 30 veterans from across the United States will travel to Oklahoma State University to participate in the 10th annual Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP), an eight-month program that includes an intensive, eight-day entrepreneurial boot camp on the Stillwater campus Feb. 16-23.
The conference will take place at the Oklahoma Panhandle Research and Extension Center southeast of Highway 54.
The 28th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference will help participants learn more about moving toward their career goals, developing themselves and others and enhance leadership skills from expert women leaders. The day-long conference will be held March 6 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tulsa.
Enrollment is now open for the 2019 Grape Management Course. Learn the ins and outs of producing this fruit crop.
Pontotoc County Extension 4-H Youth Development educator. receives prestigious honor.
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service has honored Becky Walker and Brenda Miller with its prestigious 2019 Distinguished Educator awards.
Eight students from OSU’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were honored for their mentoring work. They include (from left) Joseph Nguyen, Scott Cornelius, Courtney Andrews, Brooke Ryan, Emily Michalak, Angela Peter, Chelsea Streets and Lindsey Marsh.
The Final Friday Art Crawl has emerged as a new Stillwater tradition, bringing hundreds to downtown Stillwater the final Friday of every month.
An innovative program allowing participants to discover new ways to take ownership of workplace culture and take concrete tools back to organizations to help advance the group’s cultural agenda is coming to Tulsa. The Culture Summit, hosted by Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, is from 8 a.m. to noon on Feb. 7 at the Downtown DoubleTree Hotel.
Two informative forums are slated to help residents in Oklahoma learn ways in which to enhance their rural economies.
This year’s summit will emphasize effective stockmanship.
Concentrated hay-feeding sites can negatively affect hygiene in those areas during calving, leading to instances of scours and navel ill in calves.
Whether or not weather impacts are widespread enough to noticeably impact overall market conditions, cattle producers in specific areas of the country face significant management headaches.
Gardening enthusiasts can gain insight on what it takes to be successful with gardening in the shade during the Oklahoma Horticultural Society’s Annual Meetings.
Legislation maintains a strong safety net for the farm economy, invests in critical agricultural research and will promote agriculture exports through robust trade programs.
The collaborative effort by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and Texas AgriLife Extension alternates between Oklahoma and Texas annually.
OSU students efforts help the environment by recycling trash collected at tailgate sites during football season.
Chesapeake Energy is collaborating with the OSU Spears School of Business to host the 2019 OSU Leadership Development Certificate Series for business leaders in the Oklahoma City area. The 2019 series will include four seminars open to the public on Jan. 22, April 16, Aug. 27 and Nov. 5 at Chesapeake Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City.
Several beef packers have announced recently they will be requiring Beef Quality Assurance certification from their suppliers of fed cattle.
Choice and all-fresh retail beef prices have averaged 0.2 percent and 0.7 percent above last year.
Each year, OSU’s Staff Advisory Council holds the Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony to recognize staff members across the University for their hard work, dedication and contribution to the overall success of the University. Awards are presented to the top ten employees nominated by their supervisors or co-workers. This year, three employees from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were represented in the top ten.
Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center continued to support innovation and growth of food and agricultural businesses throughout Oklahoma in 2018, providing a total economic impact of $120.31 million.
Mobile hotspots program "overwhelmingly popular" with local residents and public libraries.