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Oklahoma State University is recognizing the hundreds of scientists, engineers and scholars who advance its land-grant mission as a comprehensive research university by emphasizing their work during Research Week 2018, Feb.19-23, dedicated to “Celebrating OSU researchers who change the world.”
A new way to learn about OSU research activities is now available. The OSU Research app is a quick and easy way to stay up-to-date with the Division of the Vice President for Research by learning about events, keeping up with news, and finding contact information for services vital to the OSU research community.
Oklahoma State University faculty in the humanities, arts and design have been awarded research grants in a new funding program from the Office of the Vice President for Research. Grants of up to $10,000 were awarded to 15 tenured and tenure-track faculty to fund a research project in their areas of study.
Dr. Julie Croff, associate professor in the School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology (HCCP) in the Oklahoma State University College of Education, Health and Aviation, has been selected as a recipient of the 2018 President’s Fellows Faculty Research Award for her research on measuring health behaviors among adolescent girls.
Wasikul Islam, a graduate student in physics at Oklahoma State University, has been selected for a prized research fellowship at the Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) in Chicago, one of the largest science and energy laboratories in the U.S.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Oklahoma State University professor Sue Jacobs $99,998 for a project that will study the interest of Native Americans to pursue and persist in engineering faculty positions. The two-year Early-concept Grant for Exploratory Research (EAGER) is awarded by the NSF Division of Engineering Education and Centers (EEC).
Oklahoma State University has honored six faculty with the 2017 Regents Distinguished Research Award on Dec. 6 at the annual University Awards Convocation.
An app idea that would support environmental work and another designed to assist fire investigators have advanced to the next phase of Oklahoma State University’s From Research to App competition.
Sending weather sensors to altitudes of more than 60,000 feet is no easy task, but a team of Oklahoma State University engineering students and faculty is doing just that at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Native American freshmen choose an entomology adventure
Christina Anaya, a doctoral candidate from Fallbrook, Calif. and Fulbright scholar at Oklahoma State University, has taken her parasitology research to Iceland.
Allison Campolo knows it pays to persevere. After competing in the preliminary rounds of the Oklahoma State University Graduate College Three Minute Thesis® four times, she recently made it to the finals and won, defeating 11 other competitors.
In only three minutes, Mackenzie Landis convinced judges and an audience that the way she explained her topic was so award-winning she received both the first place award from judges and the People’s Choice Award from the audience in the Oklahoma State University Graduate College’s 2017 Three Minute Presentation (3MP) finals.
From hurricanes in New Jersey to earthquakes in Oklahoma, Dr. Alex Greer has taken his research on disaster recovery in a different direction to Oklahoma State University.
Assistant professor of entrepreneurship Per Bylund researches all things entrepreneur. By researching the topic of inequality and how it relates to entrepreneurial activity, Bylund felt the term “inequality” needed to be defined more clearly.
The Oklahoma State University App Center is accepting submissions for the 6th annual From Research to App Competition. The contest, to come up with winning ideas for mobile apps,...
Five high energy physicists from the Oklahoma State University Department of Physics have secured a major grant from the U.S. Department of Energy worth $1.266 million to...
Twins Taylor and Alexis Coles, Oklahoma State University entomology freshmen from Norman, have done everything together from day one. Now, their joint interest in the study of...
Top Oklahoma State University undergraduate students have been selected as Niblack Research Scholars. The 13 recipients earn $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct...
When Joyce Nabisaalu taught at Kyambogo University in Uganda and saw her colleague making paper from banana stems, she thought, “Why not more?” Nabisaalu, now an apparel design and production doctoral student at Oklahoma State University, has taken her idea to the next level by researching how to turn banana fibers into fabric.