A healthier you, a healthier Oklahoma Education isn’t the only important part of college. Health is, too. That’s why OSU encourages the health of its students by offering exciting ways for students to be physically active, easy-to-find healthy foods in eateries and a tobacco-free campus. These programs are just a few ways OSU is committed to making healthier students and a healthier Oklahoma. For more information go to: Dining Services union.okstate.edu/uds/chooseorange.htm Campus Recreation campusrec.okstate.edu Tobacco Stops Here tobaccostopshere.okstate.edu
Healthy Animals â€” Healthy People Many of OSUâ€™s 3,485 alumni from the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences have rewarding, lifelong careers in animal care. For some, their DVM degree is just a starting point. Take Dr. Isaiah J. Fidler, for example. The 1963 DVM grad directs the Cancer Metastasis Research Center at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dr. Fidler has been helping find a cure for cancer for more than 40 years. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
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A wellness champion
Ann Hargis has been a huge part of the drive to make OSU “America’s Healthiest Campus” since OSU President Burns Hargis took office in 2008. Ann has led yoga classes on campus. She has also spearheaded competitions among faculty, staff and students over logging the most hours of physical activity. She firmly believes a sound body makes a sound mind. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
At OSU, college is more than what goes on in the classroom. Itâ€™s also the experiences students have on campus which make all the difference.
Professor Jerry Jordan works with an athlete at the Special Olympics Oklahoma Summer Games softball throw in Stillwater. More than 4,500 athletes attended the event.
The power of service in the world. In May, the university hosted the nationâ€™s largest Special Olympics Summer Games. at the games the university has hosted for 29 years. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Cowboys: At Home on Any Frontier At OSU, a group of students known as the Space Cowboys are helping design better ways for NASA astronauts to live in space. Their work could lead to the development of living quarters for astronauts during an eight-month trip to Mars. By pushing to achieve the unimaginable, these Cowboys have a hand in the future of space exploration. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
OSU Celebrates Record Freshman Class This fall, OSU welcomes the most new students in its 122-year history. About 4,200 future leaders, thinkers, doers and builders are headed to Stillwater in pursuit of their dreams. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Saving Green By Going Green Oklahoma State University has saved more than $20 million through its energy conservation efforts since July 2007 — savings that can be focused on academics and the student experience. “OSU has been a model of energy efficiency,” said Gov. Mary Fallin upon signing a new Oklahoma law directing all state agencies to improve energy efficiency and conservation by 20 percent by 2020. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
A commitment for the ages 150 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln signed the law establishing the nationâ€™s land-grant university system. Americaâ€™s public higher education system is the worldâ€™s best thanks to the commitment of those land-grant institutions such as Oklahoma State, whose dedication to research, instruction and extension is as strong as ever. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Sustaining the future OSU helps ensure children will always have water to play in and drink. The Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources invests more in water research, education and service than any other Oklahoma organization. That includes the Oklahoma Water Resources Center, which helps Oklahoma communities protect their water supplies. OSU is focused on bright minds, brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Producing trusted Oklahoma vets since 1948 Oklahomans trust OSU veterinarians with their animals. That tradition is going strong. In May, OSUâ€™s College of Veterinary Medicine graduated 85 confident, competent and practice-ready doctors of veterinary medicine. The Class of 2012 is the largest since the college began 64 years ago. OSU is focused on bright minds, brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Where can orange take you? At OSU, you will receive a world-class education and a global perspective, but it doesnâ€™t end there. OSU has exchange programs in 58 countries and study abroad opportunities in nearly every nation around the world. Your journey can go even further to medical, law, dental or veterinary school. Itâ€™s the Cowboy Family gone global.
Best MBA students in the Big 12 Clint Miller, of Tulsa, Wayne Harber, of Santa Ana, Calif., Julena Bonner, of Midway, Utah, and Chad Dayton, of Medford, took first place in the Big 12â€™s MBA Case Competition hosted at the OSU Spears School of Business. The four won $2,000 for the best analysis and presentation out of nine teams competing at the event held recently in Stillwater. It was the third time in six years an OSU team won the competition. OSU is focused on bright minds, building brighter futures and the brightest world for all.
Itâ€™s a great time to be a Cowboy! OSU is having success on and off the field. The university is pioneering advances in the fields of engineering, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, and in entrepreneurship, design, agriculture and architecture. Come be a part of the success in the classroom and watch the success on the field at Oklahoma State. Apply today and be a part of Americaâ€™s Brightest Orange.
Published on Sep 28, 2012