In conjunction with Oklahoma & Beyond: Selections from the George R. Kravis II Collection, a panel discussion is set for March 30 to explore crossovers and boundaries within the worlds of contemporary fine art, craft, and design.
While the weather in early March may not have held true to the proverb, trombonists from the OSU Department of Music certainly came in to the month like a lion, with multiple students earning hardware at recent competitions.
Dr. Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt, associate professor of psychology and director of clinical training at Oklahoma State University, is among a group of international psychologists and psychiatrists who have developed a new mental health model to help clinicians provide more accurate and useful diagnoses.
Undergraduate students taking biology, chemistry, or life sciences coursework at OSU have a unique opportunity courtesy of the College of Arts and Sciences to experience having research published in a peer or panel-reviewed journal.
A unique program that gives graduate music students at Oklahoma State University the opportunity to gain professional experience by playing main stage concerts with the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra (TSO) has been renewed.
The OSU Department of Music and TSO recently announced the renewal, which will also give the five string students involved (two violins, one viola, one bass, and one cello) professional training with the orchestra while they pursue their Master of Music degree at OSU.