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The Institute for Biosecurity and Microbial Forensics focuses on tactical sciences needed to succeed in biosecurity objectives.
The Guthrie Scottish Rite of Freemasonry recently renewed its partnership with OSU’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders by donating $283,574 to the OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. The partnership began in 2018 when the Guthrie Scottish Rite Foundation moved its speech and language clinic operations to Stillwater’s campus and gave an initial $182,411 to the department.
Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation made history July 31 by holding the first iconic White Coat ceremony marking the official opening of the nation’s first tribally affiliated medical school.
NASA has awarded Oklahoma State University a $1,132,492 grant to develop next generation, space-based communication systems with a team from Oklahoma’s three largest research universities.
Oklahoma State University (“OSU”) announced today a technology collaboration with Baker Hughes that will drive cross-industry collaboration and innovation, in addition to the donation of Baker Hughes Energy Innovation Center (“the Center”) located in the Innovation District east of downtown Oklahoma City. This is a game changer for OSU and the state of Oklahoma, supporting public and private enterprises in Oklahoma City and beyond.
An article co-authored by Dr. Wouter Hoff of the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics was recently published in Nature’s Scientific Reports, a prestigious journal that focuses on advancements in the natural and clinical sciences. Hoff’s research on extreme halophiles—bacteria that thrive in high-salt environments—led to the discovery that certain bacteria are able to switch osmoprotectant strategies.
Pecan growers can access the latest research-based information via the Pecan Topics Zoom Program.
A new internship program at Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) is taking flight.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Centered honored two graduate students with the Stanley E. Gilliland Memorial Fellowship in Food Science, providing $1,000 toward each recipient’s education efforts.
Senior Reagan Mitchell made a relatively smooth transition to online learning this spring semester even as the novel coronavirus created uncertainty as it began spreading across the United States.
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology announced that 25 full-time faculty members have been promoted in academic rank, including 12 who were awarded tenure and two who were awarded with an honorary title of Regents Professor.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded Oklahoma State University’s Department of Computer Science a Rapid Response Research grant of more than $100,000 to develop virtual reality-based training simulators for COVID-19 first responders. Computer science professor Dr. J. Cecil, who is leading the project, explained that the proposal was approved by NSF in a matter of weeks—a process that can typically take at least six months.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has provided more than $100,000 in endowment to the John L. Jablonsky Scholarship for Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology (FPSET) to benefit students at Oklahoma State University (OSU).
A colorblind Oklahoma State University marching band member is seeing the world differently these days, thanks to a touching gift from his bandmates — EnChroma glasses.
Kennedy Stephens, a fifth-year architectural engineering student in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s School of Architecture program was recently awarded a $10,000 Thornton Tomasetti Foundation Scholarship.
Dr. Ashlee Ford Versypt, assistant professor in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s School of Chemical Engineering, and her team are working as part of a coalition to better understand how the novel coronavirus impacts the body.
Trevor Hughes of Morrison Okla. got quite the surprise this past Wednesday when he found out he would be receiving a $60,000 scholarship from electric utility company OGE Energy Corp. Morrison school superintendent Brent Haken helped organize a celebratory parade of friends and Oklahoma Natural Gas and Electric (OG&E) representatives to drive past Hughes’ house with congratulatory messages when he found out Hughes was receiving the scholarship.
Researchers at Oklahoma State University have won a National Science Foundation grant related to COVID-19.
It was no surprise that as Annagrace Lewis began considering college majors, she was naturally drawn to Plant Biology as she saw the versatility of plants from makeup to medication. With her eyes on a holistic medical career, Lewis expanded her knowledge with two additional majors. Now, Lewis will graduate this month with a triple major: Zoology, Biology, and her first love, Plant Biology.
Dr. Ashlee Ford Versypt, an assistant professor in Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT), has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 Ray W. Fahien award from the Chemical Engineering Division of the American Society of Engineering Educators (ASEE).
A smart phone app can help wildlife biologists learn more about gamebird reproduction.
Dr. Raman Singh, the associate dean for engineering at Oklahoma State University’s Tulsa (OSU-Tulsa) campus, and Dr. Pradeep Guduru from Brown University comprise one of six teams being recognized by the Department of Defense (DoD) as winners of the Defense Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) competition.
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).
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.