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OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic offers teletherapy services

OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic offers teletherapy services

The clinic provides comprehensive diagnostic services, treatment and education regarding speech, language and feeding in children and adults in Stillwater and the surrounding communities. It offers therapy services for the following disorders: articulation, phonology, voice/resonance, cognitive-communication, aphasia, receptive and expressive language, SPEAK OUT! And LOUD Crowd programs, reading and writing, accent modification, fluency (stuttering), motor speech, swallowing/feeding, and alternative augmentative communication (AAC).

Jones adds Orange Gown Graduate to slew of honors

Jones adds Orange Gown Graduate to slew of honors

Chris Jones of Edmond, Oklahoma, has left his mark on Oklahoma State University. He was named a 2019 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, the 2019 Top Junior for the College of Arts and Sciences, a Niblack Scholar, a Wentz Research Scholar, a 2019-2020 Outstanding Senior, and also the Orange Gown Graduate for the College of Arts and Sciences.

Cowboys come together to support OSU COVID-19 testing lab

Cowboys come together to support OSU COVID-19 testing lab

Oklahoma State University’s entry into the fight against COVID-19 more than doubled Oklahoma’s testing capacity. While the partnership between OSU Medicine in Tulsa and the OSU Diagnostic Laboratory on the Stillwater campus made it possible, it was volunteers who paved OSU’s pathway into the fray.

Nutritional sciences doctoral student awarded prestigious fellowship

Nutritional sciences doctoral student awarded prestigious fellowship

Bryant Keirns, an Oklahoma State University doctoral student in nutritional sciences, received the Mars, Inc. Predoctoral Fellowship. The $5,000 award is presented by the American Society for Nutrition Foundation.

Howard named an Outstanding Senior

Howard named an Outstanding Senior

Chapman Howard, a mathematics and mechanical engineering major from Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been selected as an Oklahoma State University 2019-2020 Outstanding Senior by the OSU Alumni Association. The Outstanding Seniors award recognizes seniors who show excellence through academic achievement; campus and community involvement; academic, athletic or extracurricular honors or awards; scholarships and work ethic during their time at OSU.

OSU Library leads effort to share digital resources

OSU Library leads effort to share digital resources

The Oklahoma State University Library continues to lead collaborative efforts with state archival repositories and cultural heritage organizations to make significant contributions to the Digital Public Library of America.

Biology, psychology major named an Outstanding Senior

Biology, psychology major named an Outstanding Senior

Samuel Alvarado Garcia, a biology and psychology major from Enid, Oklahoma, has been selected as an Oklahoma State University 2019-2020 Outstanding Senior by the OSU Alumni Association.

SUNUP to feature sneak peek of OSU virtual wheat tour

SUNUP to feature sneak peek of OSU virtual wheat tour

Social distancing mandates may have cancelled field days, but wheat growers can get a sneak peek of OSU's 2020 wheat tour virtually starting April 25 on the show.

Be aware of livestock trauma after a wildfire

Be aware of livestock trauma after a wildfire

Livestock may suffer panic and confusion following a wildfire.

Fire, mixed-species grazing enhances livestock production in $10 million research project

Fire, mixed-species grazing enhances livestock production in $10 million research project

The project will help agricultural land managers adopt practices that will increase food production and promote more sustainable rangelands.

Cattle industry losing billions to COVID-19, report finds

Cattle industry losing billions to COVID-19, report finds

The U.S. cattle industry lost an estimated $13.6 billion by early April this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more economic damages to agriculture are likely, according to a study commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association released this week.

Psychology alumna researching suicide prevention in Native communities

Psychology alumna researching suicide prevention in Native communities

Victoria O’Keefe (’12 M.S., ’16 Ph.D.) came to Oklahoma State University to pursue advanced degrees in psychology. Her time here ignited her passion for research, clinic work and advocacy with indigenous communities. She is now an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of International Health, in the Social and Behavioral Interventions Program. Read her story and learn how she is working during the pandemic.

NASA names OSU lead institution for strategic research initiative

NASA names OSU lead institution for strategic research initiative

NASA has recognized a team of researchers from Oklahoma State University with the University Leadership Initiative Award.

Three OSU students selected to present research at state capitol

Three OSU students selected to present research at state capitol

Three students from Oklahoma State University (OSU) were selected to present their research at the 25th Annual Research Day at the Capitol event in Oklahoma City.

OSU's Pistol Pete's Propulsion Posse moves on to final phase of C3 Challenge

OSU's Pistol Pete's Propulsion Posse moves on to final phase of C3 Challenge

The FirePoint Innovations Center at Wichita State University selected Oklahoma State University’s Pistol Pete’s Propulsion Posse team from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology to advance to the final phases of the C3 (Converge, Collaborate and Create) Challenge.

Truman Scholar finalist focuses on people behind issues

Truman Scholar finalist focuses on people behind issues

OSU multimedia journalism and Spanish junior Kayla Dunn seeks to share stories and change perceptions.

Two OSU students named Goldwater Scholars

Two OSU students named Goldwater Scholars

Two Oklahoma State University students have won Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, the preeminent undergraduate award for outstanding students who seek research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.

Firewise helps landowners be proactive during wildfire season

Firewise helps landowners be proactive during wildfire season

Recommendations from the National Firewise Communities helps landowners be proactive against wildfires.

OSU ag collects, donates PPE supplies for health care providers

OSU ag collects, donates PPE supplies for health care providers

The coronavirus pandemic has caused international shortages of critical personal protective equipment. People around the world are responding to significant needs by donating gloves, masks, face shields and other necessary supplies to help keep health care professionals, patients and families safe during these unprecedented times.

OSU study finds wheat diet not associated with gastrointestinal inflammation

OSU study finds wheat diet not associated with gastrointestinal inflammation

First-of-its-kind research at Oklahoma State University may dispel some claims that modern wheat consumption disrupts gastrointestinal health.

Edmon Low Library honors faculty and staff for publications at Celebrating Books by OSU Authors

Edmon Low Library honors faculty and staff for publications at Celebrating Books by OSU Authors

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.

OSU scientists studying ways to improve water conservation in flood irrigation systems

OSU scientists studying ways to improve water conservation in flood irrigation systems

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,

Vet Med Faces of Research: Dr. Reed Holyoak

Vet Med Faces of Research: Dr. Reed Holyoak

Reed Holyoak, DVM, Ph.D., DACT, Bullock Professor of equine theriogenology at Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, epitomizes the mission of a land grant university. He teaches the next generation of veterinarians, he provides theriogenology or animal reproduction services to clients, and he conducts research to move the profession of veterinary medicine forward. While being a clinical researcher can be challenging, Dr. Holyoak finds the dynamic process a lot of fun.

OSU's Pistol Pete's Propulsion Posse chosen as finalist in the C3 Challenge

OSU's Pistol Pete's Propulsion Posse chosen as finalist in the C3 Challenge

The FirePoint Innovations Center at Wichita State University selected Oklahoma State University’s Pistol Pete’s Propulsion Posse team from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology as one of six teams to receive $10k to build out their proof of concepts for the next phase in the C3 Challenge.