Caitlin Barnes, the College of Arts and Sciences' instructional designer for online courses, discusses online classes, including how to succeed. She also shares tips for Canvas, OSU's new learning management system.


Glen Krutz officially began his tenure as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Oklahoma State University on July 1. As he begins leading OSU's largest college, we discuss his background, first impressions of the university and goals for CAS.


Sarah Oliver is a recent biochemistry graduate moving on to law school as she prepares for a career in intellectual property and patent law. Sarah shares insight into how students can find activities important to them while still succeeding in the classroom.


Dr. Emily Graham's research examines the intersection of politics and religion in medieval Europe. She helps us examine the historical impact of such buildings as Notre Dame, and the impact historical buildings have upon Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.


Jason Bruck, an animal behaviorist in the Department of Integrative Biology, believes a quality marine science education should be available to students in Oklahoma. And though he works with dolphins, he isn't ready to declare them the smartest animals without caveats.


Kylie Hagerdon is a chemisty and physics pre-med student who was just accepted to University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center along with a large scholarship. In this interview with Lonna Freshley, Kylie talks about the challenges and rewards of being a pre-med student, the rigors of the medical school application process and her future plans.


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