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Using the same medication on your cat that you use on your dog is NOT a good idea.
An Oklahoma State University professor, known for her research on women and minorities, has released a collection of studies on female executives and their influence on the political empowerment of women.
Sabra Billups, a food science graduate student, has won the $2,000 grand prize in the third annual Oklahoma State University President’s Fellows Grand Three Minute Challenge (3MC).
The Oklahoma State University College of Education, Health and Aviation is committed to building and strengthening its research culture through strategic initiatives that support and highlight faculty research endeavors. On May 3, the college hosted a special reception to honor 23 faculty members as Distinguished Researchers from all four schools within the college.
Four PhD students from EHA were awarded honors at the 2018 Annual Spring Ceremony.
OSUTeach hosted its annual Research Symposium and Reception on May 1. The event recognized the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) faculty and graduate students who took time to mentor preservice teachers in research and provided an opportunity for preservice science and mathematics teachers to share the research they conducted via poster presentations.
Jawad Trad takes his alma mater’s focus on service to heart, first as a surgeon and then as a humanitarian.
After a fulfilling detour to Alaska, Oklahoma State University alumnus Quinton Chandler has returned to Oklahoma to cover criminal justice as the newest member of the StateImpactOklahoma team, which regularly files news reports heard on KOSU and other public radio stations around the state.
The Oklahoma 100 Year Life Oral History Project gave 111 Oklahoma centenarians an opportunity to share their life experiences.
OSU junior plans to use biosystems engineering degree to improve access to clean water around the world.
In March 1951, the Oklahoma Legislature mandated that all state employees sign a new Oath of Allegiance (Loyalty Oath) or they would lose their jobs.
Masoud Moghaddam, Ph.D. student in health and human performance, won the People’s Choice Award and a $2,000 cash prize at the President’s Fellows Grand Three Minute Challenge (3MC) on April 24. Moghaddam has now won People’s Choice at all three competitions he participated in this year using his research presentation, “Move Out of Your Comfort Zone: High Intensity Interval Training Delays Early Muscle Aging.”
Center for Research on STEM Teaching and Learning Offers Mathematics Curriculum Resource
The invasion of eastern redcedar trees into the oak-dominated Cross Timbers forests of central Oklahoma is a cause for concern as they increase the risk of forest wildfire.
Aviation Students Present at Institute of Business Intelligence Innovation Conference
The odds of any technology startup succeeding are low, but it happens with a good idea, the drive of its founders and capital. What began as an Oklahoma State University engineering research project is now a growing venture with a product, eager customers and financiers who have invested more than $1.35 million in Plasma Bionics.
The Emerging Technologies & Creativity Research Lab
The Oklahoma State University Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs recently selected Dr. Bert Jacobson as the Outstanding Faculty Member from the College of Education, Health and Aviation.
Oklahoma State University student app developers demonstrated for judges how their mobile applications work in the finals of the sixth annual OSU App Center From Research to App Competition March 26. Three teams of developers competed for $7,000 in prize money.
The Oklahoma State University College of Education, Health and Aviation is pleased to announce Dr. Tim Baghurst and Dr. Guoping Zhao as EHA Research Fellows. This inaugural honorary title was established to celebrate and encourage outstanding faculty research and scholarship contributions.
Help preserve the history of American war veterans. The Edmon Low Library at Oklahoma State University will host a training workshop for those wishing to participate in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project.
For 70 years, CVHS research has touched both animal and human lives
Oklahoma centenarians enrich the state's story with oral histories
There’s more to a fall than a simple loss of motor skills. So perhaps there should be more to trying to predict the risk of a fall than merely measuring motor skills. The idea intrigued Taryn Blackstock, a freshman majoring in applied exercise science. She had been selected as a Freshman Research Scholar, expanding her education beyond the classroom by engaging in research projects. Blackstock worked with College of Education, Health and Aviation faculty member Jason DeFreitas and graduate students in the Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Lab.