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Capitalize on your daily exposure to the innovative and creative faculty in CAS. Stand at the forefront of scientific advancement. Apply novel approaches to analyze complex behaviors. Expand inquiry into the art of human experience. Engage in ground-breaking research supported by top agencies like the National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, and National Institutes of Health.

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With hundreds of outstanding faculty and staff members across 24 departments, the College of Arts and Sciences has scholars in fields from Art to Zoology.

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Recognizing Research from the 3 Pillars in CAS: Math and Sciences – Social Sciences – Arts and Humanities

OSU emeritus professor among most cited social scientists worldwide

Dr. Riley Dunlap, an Oklahoma State University regents professor of sociology and dresser professor emeritus, was recently named one of the top researchers globally in social sciences and humanities based on citations to his publications.

OSU professor working with Swiss team makes health breakthrough

Every human has E. coli living in their colon right now and if those beneficial populations stay healthy and strong, it is much harder for the harmful E. coli to take up residence. How this microorganism acts, what it feeds on and its life cycle is what a team at Oklahoma State University has been studying for over 20 years and their expertise was exactly what a team in Switzerland needed to assist them in groundbreaking research — recently published in the journal Science.

OSU Museum of Art opens student-curated exhibition that explores culture and identity in America

A new exhibition curated by Oklahoma State University graduate students opens April 26 at the OSU Museum of Art. “In Situ: Place, Meaning, and Identity in America” is inspired by the Latin term “in situ,” which refers to an object in its original place. Dr. Karen Greenwalt’s ART 5813 students saw “in situ” represented in many OSU Museum of Art Permanent Collection works, leading them to choose objects for the exhibition that emphasize the interdependent relationship between place and identity.

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