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OSU wheat varieties are Oklahoma’s top four most planted

Thu, Mar 23, 2023

Oklahoma State University wheat varieties are among the top four varieties planted in Oklahoma for the ninth consecutive year.

ResearchFood Land and Natural ResourcesOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionOSU Ag Research
Southern region land-grant researchers look for solutions to feral hog problem

Fri, Mar 17, 2023

Feral hogs were almost unheard of in Oklahoma 40 years ago but can now be found all over the state. They cause an estimated $1.5 billion in economic damages annually across the U.S.

OSU ExtensionResearchOSU AgricultureOSU Ag ResearchFood Land and Natural Resources
OSU wheat breeding program releases new variety

Thu, Mar 09, 2023

Oklahoma State University has a new hard red winter wheat variety called High Cotton on its way to the commercial market this fall.

Department of Entomology and Plant PathologyOSU ExtensionDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesFood Land and Natural ResourcesOSU AgricultureResearch#OrangeIsTheAnswerOSU Ag Research
OSU-CHS receives DOJ award to combat opioid use in at-risk youth

Wed, Mar 08, 2023

OSU Center for Health Sciences will use funding from a recent Department of Justice award to develop coordinated prevention and intervention strategies for youth and their families who have been impacted by opioids and other substances.

OSU Center for Health SciencesMental HealthResearchCenter for Health SciencesOpioid Abusegrant
Psychology student leads research into how parents of higher-weight children are judged

Fri, Mar 03, 2023

Oklahoma State University clinical psychology doctoral student Devanshi Patel and psychology assistant professor Jaimie Arona Krems, Ph.D., recently published a peer-reviewed article exploring parental blame and judgment over children’s heavier weights.

CASCAS researchThe ConversationDepartment of PsychologyResearchCollege of Arts and Sciences
OSU celebrates 115 years in Federal Depository Library Program

Fri, Feb 17, 2023

March 1 marks Oklahoma State University’s 115 anniversary in the U.S. Government Publishing Office’s Federal Depository Library Program.

libraryOutreach and EngagementfederalResearchEdmon Low Library
Super Bowl LVII to be played on Oklahoma State University turfgrass

Wed, Feb 08, 2023

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, recently installed Tahoma 31 bermudagrass on its field. Scientists at Oklahoma State University developed the grass, which is known for its drought resistance and cold hardiness. Super Bowl LVII will be played at the stadium on Sunday.

OSU Extension#OrangeIsTheAnswerturfgrassOSU Ag ResearchOSU AgricultureDepartment of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesResearch
OSU receives funding to host prestigious STEM-focused scholars program 

Mon, Feb 06, 2023

Oklahoma State University has been selected to participate in the 2023 Beckman Scholars Program (BSP). 

CAS researchCollege of Arts and SciencesResearch
Scientist spouses team up to research urinary tract infections, treatments

Fri, Jan 20, 2023

OSU Center for Health Sciences professors, and spouses, Rashmi and Anil Kaul recently published their research into recurrent UTIs and possible alternative treatments.

ResearchOSU Center for Health SciencesOSU School of Biomedical SciencesFaculty ResearchCenter for Health Sciences
OSU Library receives $1.2M grant to process Senator’s papers

Wed, Jan 11, 2023

The Oklahoma State University Library was awarded over $1.2 million by the Senate Historical Office. This preservation partnership grant will fund the supplies, personnel and space needed to process, archive and make publicly available the papers of U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe.

federal grantOutreach and EngagementGrantsEdmon Low LibraryResearchlibrary
OSU med students study inequalities, gaps in ophthalmology research

Tue, Dec 20, 2022

A team of OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine students from both the Tulsa and Tahlequah campuses spent six months researching, writing and then publishing an article that analyzed previous studies conducted into inequalities of ophthalmology care and found notable inequalities among Black and Hispanic patients that led to negative outcomes.

College of Osteopathic MedicineOSU Center for Health SciencesResearchCenter for Health SciencesOffice of Medical Student ResearchCollege of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation
Research into tyrannosaur feet may one day help treat sports injuries

Mon, Dec 19, 2022

A group of health professionals, scientists and paleontologists, including two anatomy professors from OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, recently published a study into tyrannosaurs’ unique feet and how they may have played a role in this dinosaur family’s success as top predators — and how their findings could help treat or prevent sports injuries in humans.

Faculty ResearchCenter for Health SciencesCollege of Osteopathic MedicineResearchCollege of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee NationOSU Center for Health SciencesPaleontology

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