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OSU graduate student receives scholarship; attends food safety conference

OSU graduate student receives scholarship; attends food safety conference

An Oklahoma State University graduate student was recognized for her academic ability, leadership potential, and passion for the food industry and food safety auditing profession. Conner McDaniel, a food science graduate student, was selected as a recipient of a $3,000 scholarship grant from the Food Marketing Institute Foundation for the 2018-2019 academic year.

OSU Makes Impact at Key Conference for MAE

OSU Makes Impact at Key Conference for MAE

Twenty-three OSU faculty and students from the school of mechanical and aerospace engineering attended the 71st annual meeting of the American Physical Society’s Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD) on November 18-20 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Fourteen CEAT Students Earn the 2018-2019 Seniors of Significance Honor

Fourteen CEAT Students Earn the 2018-2019 Seniors of Significance Honor

The Seniors of Significance Award recognizes students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership and service to campus and community and have brought distinction to OSU.

National Geographic to Air Explorer Tornado Episode Featuring Dr. Elbing and Team

National Geographic to Air Explorer Tornado Episode Featuring Dr. Elbing and Team

Brian Elbing and his team are catching the attention of media networks across the nation, including National Geographic!

Chemical Engineering Professor Heather Fahlenkamp Part of a Research Group Awarded a $2.16M Grant from National Institutes of Health

Chemical Engineering Professor Heather Fahlenkamp Part of a Research Group Awarded a $2.16M Grant from National Institutes of Health

A group of Oklahoma researchers has received a four-year, $2.16 million federal grant to investigate the causes of respiratory syncytial virus or RSV, a virus that often strikes young children.

OSU Dedicates New Devon Material Lab, Leadership Program

OSU Dedicates New Devon Material Lab, Leadership Program

Oklahoma State University celebrated the opening of the Devon Energy Material Science Laboratory in a new state-of-the-art building. The Devon laboratory is part of ENDEAVOR, a 72,000-square-foot building with 15 labs, collaborative work spaces and five industry-aligned labs for student projects.

CHE Professors White and Aichele Awarded American Chemical Society Grant

CHE Professors White and Aichele Awarded American Chemical Society Grant

The American Chemical Society has recognized the collaborative work of PI Dr. Jeffery White and co-PI Dr. Clint Aichele, faculty in the Chemical Engineering Department, by awarding them an American Chemical Society “New Directions” grant in the amount of $110,000 for two years.

CEAT Announced Hall of Fame and Lohmann Recipients

CEAT Announced Hall of Fame and Lohmann Recipients

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University inducted Ali Fazel, Brian Price and Edward Shreve into the CEAT Hall of Fame. Price and Shreve also received the Lohmann Medal. The ceremony was held on Oct. 20 at the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center.

Former OSU president, James Halligan, honored by national engineering society

Former OSU president, James Halligan, honored by national engineering society

Dr. James Halligan, former president of Oklahoma State University and former Oklahoma State Senator, was named a Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus at the 2018 convention in Denver, Colo. on October 13. This award recognizes alumni who have demonstrated outstanding adherence to the ideals of Tau Beta Pi and to fostering a spirit of liberal culture on local, national, and international scales.

Flying High

Flying High

OSU alumni-owned company is contributing to space and military missions

Coming Full Circle

Coming Full Circle

Scientists find themselves reunited at OSU as they work on projects to help NASA get to Mars

OSU-DASNR honoree Gregory Schultz employs science to save lives

OSU-DASNR honoree Gregory Schultz employs science to save lives

Biochemistry and molecular biology alumnus one of the greatest scientists in the last 50 years.

Learn about soil mapping at upcoming seminar

Learn about soil mapping at upcoming seminar

Learn more about the role of digital soil mapping and how it affects agriculture at a seminar on the OSU campus Oct. 22.

CEAT Alumnus Gives $2.5 Million Gift to School of Chemical Engineering

CEAT Alumnus Gives $2.5 Million Gift to School of Chemical Engineering

Carl Robertson, OSU alumnus, has announced a $2.5 million estate gift to the school of chemical engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University. This is the largest individual gift in the history of the school.

CEAT MSETM Program Celebrates 20 Years

CEAT MSETM Program Celebrates 20 Years

OSU’s Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management (MSETM) program is celebrating 20 years this fall.

Oklahoma State University to host the 2019 Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair

Oklahoma State University to host the 2019 Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair

Oklahoma State University will welcome more than 150 junior high and high school science, technology, engineering and mathematics students at the annual Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair this spring, March 28-30, 2019.

2018 Project Lead the Way Teacher Training a Success

2018 Project Lead the Way Teacher Training a Success

The summer 2018 Project Lead the Way professional development training, offered by the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, has come to an end. The training consisted of nine classes with 138 teachers from 17 states.

Subhash Kak Appointed to Prestigious Commission

Subhash Kak Appointed to Prestigious Commission

Subhash Kak, Regents Professor in electrical and computer engineering at Oklahoma State University, has been appointed to the Indian Prime Minister’s Science Technology and Innovation Council.

Desharnais becomes first OSU student to win top undergraduate honor in chemical engineering

Desharnais becomes first OSU student to win top undergraduate honor in chemical engineering

Sarah Desharnais, a chemical engineering senior in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University, was named the first OSU student to receive the 2018 John J. McKetta Undergraduate Scholarship Award by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Desharnais will receive the award, which includes a $5,000 scholarship, at the 2018 Annual AIChE Student Conference in Pittsburgh on Oct. 26. Only one student nationwide is awarded this honor each year.

Professor James Stine Awarded $1.5M Grant from the Air Force and Department of Defense

Professor James Stine Awarded $1.5M Grant from the Air Force and Department of Defense

Computer engineering professor and Earl and Carolyn Glimp Professor of Engineering, James Stine, has been awarded the first phase of a three year, $1,504,372 research grant from the United States Air Force to design low-energy, high performance, application-specific computer architecture for 14nm and 7nm CMOS.

Pecan harvest field days to take place in October

Pecan harvest field days to take place in October

Two informational field days designed to help pecan producers learn more about successful harvesting will take place in October.

Alumnus opens laboratory doors to student researchers

Alumnus opens laboratory doors to student researchers

Oklahoma State University alumnus and scholarship benefactor Dr. John Niblack returned to the OSU campus Sept. 21 to meet the 15th class of undergraduate Niblack Research Scholars and evaluate research supported by his scholarships.

$1M Faculty Research Grant to Promote Drought Science

$1M Faculty Research Grant to Promote Drought Science

Dr. Nicole Colston, assistant research professor in the College of Education, Health and Aviation, recently received a $1,119,204 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for her research project, “Spotty Rain Campaign: Enhancing the Capacity for Rural Libraries to Engage the Public in Drought Monitoring.”

Bret Robertson Named Emerging Leader by the American Concrete Institute

Bret Robertson Named Emerging Leader by the American Concrete Institute

Bret Robertson who is a PhD student and graduate research assistant in Civil and Environmental Engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University has been named an Emerging Leader by the American Concrete Institute.