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Former Oklahoma Sen. Thomas Allen Coburn died March 28 at his Tulsa home after a long battle with prostate cancer. He was 72.
More than 100 years of science-based, community service by Oklahoma State University Extension will continue unabated through the challenges presented by the novel coronavirus pandemic, Associate Vice President for OSU Extension Damona Doye said.
Producers with fall-calving herds should not overlook two-stage weaning, where the calf is weaned from milk before it is weaned from the cow.
Making the most of what foods are in the pantry.
OHCE group puts sewing skills to use to provide medical masks to local hospital
Disruptions and distractions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic must not be allowed to keep Oklahomans from participating in the Census, officials said. There's too much at stake.
Freemartinism can occur when cattle births result in twins that are a heifer calf and a bull calf.
Make sure coronavirus precautions have not caused disruptions in operational hours or services at sale facilities.
Blue-green algae can produce toxins such as anatoxin and microcystins that can cause illness in people and animals.
Sharma served as a postdoctoral research associate at OSU from 2017 to 2020, and as a graduate research assistant from 2011 to 2013. He also earned his master's degree in soil science from OSU.
Land management strategies help landowners recover after a wildfire.
OSU Extension has worked with the State Office of Emergency Management to set up a hotline to match supplies with local producers. The telephone number is 1-866-552-4662.
The Oklahoma State University School of Global Studies and Partnerships (SGSP) welcomed representatives from Ethiopia’s higher educational sector to the campus of Oklahoma State University on Monday, Feb. 10, as part of the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) in partnership with the Tulsa Global Alliance (TGA).
Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) unique contribution to the development of Ethiopian higher education was recognized at a forum organized by the United States Department of State’s U.S.- African University Partnerships Forum, held in Washington, D.C. The meeting, convened by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor P. Nagy, brought together over 150 higher education leaders from the U.S. and from across Africa, as well as a number of Washington, D.C.-based members of the African diplomatic corp.
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Publications Committee announced that School of Global Studies and Partnerships Director of Academic Programs Dr. Jami Fullerton is reappointed as the Journalism & Mass Communication Educator editor on March 10.
The zone concept can help reduce the amount of flammable materials around a home or other structure.
Homes and other structures must be assessed for damage following a wildfire.
Bulls that do not pass a breeding soundness exam need to be replaced before the start of breeding.
Removing smoke odor from a home following a wildfire can be a tedious process.
Oklahoma State University is celebrating 100 years of meat science during the annual Animal Sciences Weekend in early April. The weekend will kick off with a scholarship banquet April 3 at the Wes Watkins Center for International Trade Development.
Students ages 13 to 18 who are interested in careers in entomology can learn more by attending the free open house at OSU slated April 11.
President George W. Bush will throw the ceremonial first pitch to headline the grand opening celebration of Oklahoma State’s Cecil O’Brate Stadium in advance of the Cowboys’ game against TCU on March 20.
Each spring, the OSU Library honors OSU employees and students who have authored, co-authored or edited a book or published a major creative work in the past two years. This year 25 faculty, staff and students from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) were honored at Celebrating Books by OSU Authors on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020.
While a number of producers take advantage of more advanced technologies that make irrigation scheduling easier, flood irrigation still accounts for about 43% of total irrigation water applications in the United States,