William Colby Starr has always had an interest in medicine. Growing up, he was often sick with sinus infections, upper-respiratory infections and other ailments. He and his family relied on antibiotics to cure him. While in a science class his junior year at Lincoln Christian High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he decided to write a research paper on antibiotic resistance. From that moment, Starr was driven to find a solution for that problem.

As a member of the College Art Association, Cristina González looks forward to receiving The Art Bulletin each quarter. Producing an article worthy of inclusion in this academic journal is a major goal of scholars in visual studies and art criticism. González earned an even higher honor recently when her contribution was featured as the cover story.

The associate professor of art history published “Beyond the Bride of Christ: The Crucified Abbess in Mexico and Spain” in issue No. 99, vol. 4, which is dated December 2017.

Lindsey Hancock, a physiology/pre-medical sciences junior, has been recognized for her leadership and health-related accomplishments with a prestigious Udall Scholarship.

The Oklahoma City native is a member of the Choctaw Nation and OSU’s 17th Udall Scholar. She is the fourth OSU student in the last four years to earn the award in the categories of native health care and tribal policy.

The OSU Department of Theatre brings Broadway to your backyard with the Tony Award-winning musical “She Loves Me,” set for April 26-28 in the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts.

This musical is the jewel box of musicals featuring music from the creators of “Fiddler on the Roof.” It’s also a sentimental story charming enough to inspire multiple films, including “You’ve Got Mail.”

Jeanette Mendez has been a leader in Oklahoma State University’s College of Arts and Sciences since 2011, when she was named head of the Department of Political Science. She has also twice served as interim associate dean for research and facilities. Now she has been promoted to that position on a permanent basis.

Mendez officially became the first woman named an associate dean for CAS during the March 2 OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting.