frog research 006The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a three-year, $393,000 grant to Dr. Daniel Moen, Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at Oklahoma State University, to support an international, large-scale study on the importance many factors have on the evolution of habitat change in frogs and toads.  Additionally, the project will support training of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers in a diversity of subjects and will include a summer research program for undergraduates at OSU.

Orange Gown 2017 Chelsey Johnson 016Like so many students like her, Chelsey Johnson arrived on the Stillwater campus four years ago as a freshman not knowing what she wanted to do. Arriving at OSU from the tiny Minnesota town of Cottonwood, she went from a town of about 1,200 to a campus that fits that many into just two of its 21 residential halls – Drummond and Bennett, for the record.

Now. The senior dual degree earner in strategic communications and political science will be leading the entire graduating class for the College of Arts and Sciences at commencement May 13, as the Spring 2017 Orange Gown graduate.

Please show your Support for Science locally by attending the 3rd Annual Life Science Freshman Research Scholars Research Symposium on April 22. The scholars will present posters describing the progress, results, and future directions of their year-long research. This year’s symposium will be held 12pm-3pm on the 3rd floor of the Noble Research Center.  A light lunch will be provided.

Broadcast students from the OSU School of Media and Strategic Communications and OState TV made a sweeping impact at the Broadcast Education Association awards, bringing several honors home from the Las Vegas ceremony April 24.

33713068241 5d45656950 mThe OSU Museum of Art is pleased to introduce The Art of Asian Languages on view from April 4 – June 10, 2017.

The exhibition of 40 works explores intersections between art and written language in contemporary East Asian culture. Representing a variety of styles and media, the artworks convey not only the complex cultural heritage of calligraphy and bookmaking in traditional Asia, but they also respond to recent changes in Asian politics and social environments.

kaipaOnce a year, one professor from each of OSU’s six colleges is chosen by students of the OSU Mortar Board honor society for special recognition. For an assistant professor from the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders, it is a validation of the work he does every day to help and guide students and research alike.

Dr. Ramesh Kaipa, who also serves as the department’s graduate studies coordinator and director of the Motor Speech Laboratory, was awarded the 2017 Golden Torch Award by the Achafoa chapter of Mortar Board, representing the college during the honor organization’s April 2 banquet in the Student Union Ballroom.