(STILLWATER, Okla., Sept. 13, 2017) – When Joyce Nabisaalu taught at Kyambogo University in Uganda and saw her colleague making paper from banana stems, she thought, “Why not more?”
(STILLWATER, Okla., Aug. 31, 2017) – INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine has recognized Oklahoma State University as one of 11 Diversity Champion colleges and universities in the nation.
(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / Aug. 29, 2017) – The League of American Bicyclists wants feedback on your bicycle experiences through a quick survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BFC_FA17_StillwaterOK.
The City of Stillwater recently applied for recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community. Your input will help us and the League understand current bicycling conditions and potential areas for improvement across Stillwater.
The survey is available through Saturday, Sept. 30.
Learn more about the process to become a Bicycle Friendly Community at http://bikeleague.org/community.
STILLWATER, Okla. – What does it feel like to be respected?
Kelsey Lee, G.C.D.F., Career Consultant
Eastin Center for Career Readiness, Spears School of Business
STILLWATER, Okla. – School may have just started at Meridian Technology Center, but students across campus are already positioning themselves for success. Here’s a quick look at how a few members of the class of 2018 are making a difference in their communities and their classrooms at Tech.
(STILLWATER, Okla., Aug. 28, 2017) – Chemical engineering doctoral student Minu Pilvankar has been awarded the international ACM SIGHPC/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellowship. She is the first Oklahoma State University student to be honored with the fellowship, and one of only 12 worldwide recipients this year. The fellowship, funded by Intel, encourages diversity among graduate students studying computational science, an interdisciplinary field, integrating computer science, applied mathematics, science, and engineering.
Julie Angle leads Transitioning Teachers to Teachers-Researchers project
(STILLWATER, Okla., Aug. 23, 2017) – Organizers of the fourth annual Warrior Walk Against Veteran Suicide will offer more options for walkers this year, including competitive categories designed to bring attention and generate discussion about the high rate of suicides among military veterans in the U.S.
(STILLWATER, Okla., Aug. 18, 2017) – Oklahoma State University has the highest number of Native Americans earning bachelor degrees in engineering, as well as engineering technology degrees, among all the engineering schools in North America, according to data from the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).
(STILLWATER, Okla., Aug. 18, 2017) – The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) has selected Dr. Ashlee N. Ford Versypt as one of its 2017 outstanding young professional members under age 35. An assistant professor of chemical engineering at Oklahoma State University, Ford Versypt won the institute’s 35 Under 35 Award in the education category.