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OSU undergraduate presenting research at global event

OSU undergraduate presenting research at global event

Oklahoma State University environmental science major Rainee DeRoin loves all things water. For the past two years the 21-year-old junior has monitored seven small watersheds — including lands that have eastern redcedar, prairie and switchgrass — at OSU’s 1,820-acre Cross Timbers Experimental Range southwest of Stillwater as part of a long-running research study.

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Victim blaming in the workplace
Tue, Apr 16, 2019

Why does the victim get blamed for office rudeness, and why does the office bully get away with it? The latest research from a decade-long study of incivility in the workplace by Spears School of Business researcher Dr. Matt Bowler and colleagues shows that supervisors often blame the victims of rude and abusive behavior.

 Phi Zeta Research Day
Mon, Apr 15, 2019

. Annually, the Nu Chapter of The Society of Phi Zeta hosts Phi Zeta Research Day to recognize veterinary students, interns, residents, graduate students, and post-doctoral associates for their outstanding work.

Conference to focus on sustainable water management practices
Wed, Apr 10, 2019

The Southern Region Water Conference will focus on optimizing water use and protecting water quality.

Child Development Lab names new director
Fri, Apr 05, 2019

Longtime educator Sandy Major is the new director of the Cleo L. Craig Child Development Laboratory effective August 1, 2019, the Oklahoma State University College of Human Sciences recently announced.

Native Pecan Field Day slated April 25
Tue, Apr 02, 2019

The upcoming Native Pecan Field Day will address topics such as pest management, tree thinning, pruning, grafting select natives, logging/sawmills and cattle/grazing.

Rural economy the focus of upcoming academies
Fri, Mar 29, 2019

Three informative academies will take place in April to help residents of rural Oklahoma gain a better understanding of how the new innovative initiative CREATE BRIDGES can benefit their area.