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Faculty in the College of Education, Health and Aviation are participating in the 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) May 13-20. The team’s three-minute video, “Towards Increasing Native American Engineering Faculty,” highlights research about the factors that promote Native Americans’ entry and persistence into engineering and the engineering professorate.
Thanks to the generosity of the Lew Wentz Foundation, 37 OSU undergraduates representing five of the six colleges on the Stillwater campus have been named Wentz Research Scholars and will receive a total of $166,500 in financial aid for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Foundation announced its 2019-2020 fellowship and scholarship recipients, and engineering student Hope Hall received the Tribute to the Founders Fellowship. This is Hall’s second time to receive an ACI Fellowship.
Cole Replogle, a junior in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) is one of Oklahoma State University’s 2019 Goldwater Scholars. Replogle is one of three OSU students receiving the Goldwater Scholarship. This is the third year in a row that OSU students were selected to receive the scholarship, and only the second time OSU has had three student recipients in the same year, the first being in 2008.
Oklahoma State University has announced the newest members of the Oklahoma State Scholars Society, the university’s prestigious scholar development program that offers major financial support and scholarly mentorship to top-performing in-state students.
Derouen, a senior double majoring in microbial and biochemistry, was selected as the upperclassman ULRA honorable mention for his paper “Protein Kinase A Manipulation by Chlamydia trachomatis During Infection.”
Jackson, a junior interior design major, was selected as the upperclassman ULRA winner for her paper “Protocol Analysis of the Design Process Based on Extrinsic and Inherent Values.”
Oklahoma State University students, faculty and alumni recently attended the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference in St. Louis, Missouri, where they attended educational sessions and presented research. The conference offers participants the latest in science content, teaching strategy and research to enhance and expand professional growth.
Ringer, a sophomore history major, was selected as the underclassman ULRA winner for her paper “I Am Still Myself: How the Dust Bowl Influenced Women's Clothing in Oklahoma.”
Participants will hear from and be able to ask questions of OSU experts who will provide research-based insights crucial to getting the most out of a crop.
Researching ground water in Panama, improving trumpet skills in Switzerland and learning Japanese in Japan. That’s what three current or former Oklahoma State University students will be doing next school year after recently being named Fulbright or Boren Scholars.
Kelly Allen, MS, Ph.D., an assistant professor of veterinary parasitology at OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences (OSU-CVHS) whose research focuses on vector-borne diseases, is working to learn more about Chagas disease in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State University affiliated startup Roll-2-Roll Technologies LLC participated in the 2019 University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase in Washington, D.C., as one of 20 startups featured.
Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) team conducted flight demonstrations for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Deputy Director at the Choctaw Nation Emerging Aviation Technology Conference in Durant on April 18.
Adrian Saenz, Oklahoma State University alumnus, has been named a Fulbright Scholar for 2019.
Project PI Dr. Guoliang Fan, Cal and Marilyn Vogt Professor of Engineering in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Co-PI Dr. Emily Roberts in the Department of Design, Housing and Merchandisig are collaborating on the development of an innovative cognitive assistive technology in response to increasingly significant issues facing homecare for individuals with dementia and their caregivers.
Baker Hughes General Electric (BHGE) recently announced a new product line called Lumen. This product is a digital integrated monitoring system that will make invisible gasses visible. This product has been designed and developed in conjunction with Oklahoma State University.
A system of 120 stations with at least one in every county, the network was designed and implemented by cooperating scientists at Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma, with the two universities continuing to provide valuable subject-matter expertise to this day.
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.
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.
. 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.
The Southern Region Water Conference will focus on optimizing water use and protecting water quality.
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.
The upcoming Native Pecan Field Day will address topics such as pest management, tree thinning, pruning, grafting select natives, logging/sawmills and cattle/grazing.