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BRANDING SUCCESS: THE CAMPAIGN FOR OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY | FACILITY SUPPORT

COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES

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BRANDING SUCCESS: THE CAMPAIGN FOR OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

THE COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES AT OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY enhances lives through Hospitality, Design, Merchandising, Nutrition and Human Development. We serve people – students, professional partners and community leaders – through the research and innovation of our faculty. With plans to build a new wing to the current building, we have an exciting opportunity to take serving people to a new level with a creative transformation. This revitalized space will forge new relationships with industry and professional partners while pushing the boundaries of social and scientific research and technology transfer.

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BRANDING SUCCESS: THE CAMPAIGN FOR OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

INCREASING OUR IMPACT Students are at the center of this transformation, and every detail is planned to ensure OSU is able to provide them the best education possible. Each new space will enable programs to better serve students and push the boundaries of cross-discipline educational discovery in the College of Human Sciences.

SCHOOL OF HOTEL & RESTAURANT ADMINISTRATION

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY SCIENCE

Relocating the hospitality program and its kitchen and dining labs to premier spaces in the new building will provide students with a physical setting that represents the high caliber of the academic program. To be “cutting edge” in the hospitality industry, students need to experience what “cutting edge” is all about in their learning environment.

Integrated lab environments in the renovated building will improve research experiences for graduate students. The building project will also increase the capabilities of the department’s child development laboratory and its counseling and family service-based programs so the University can enhance its offerings in marriage and family therapy and early childhood education that positively impact families and young children.


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CENTER FOR BEVERAGE EDUCATION

DESIGN, HOUSING & MERCHANDISING

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES

Newly renovated lab spaces will enable teaching and learning of leading trends and issues in fashion merchandising and interior design. Display spaces prominently featured in the existing and new areas of the building will present student work to the campus and the broader public.

Nutritional Sciences has some of the most sought-after graduates, faculty and state-of-the-art equipment; however, to keep the department’s research capabilities among the top in the country, the department must have adequate space to support its research activities. For example, new lab space would allow researchers in the cell culture laboratory to create cell samples and test them in one location rather than transporting the delicate, temperature-sensitive cells from one laboratory to another which results in contamination and cell destruction.


BRANDING SUCCESS: THE CAMPAIGN FOR OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

GREAT HALL

EXPANDING THE POSSIBILITIES The enhanced facility will showcase departments and programs with new hospitality labs, kitchens, dining spaces and galleries that feature student, industry and faculty projects. The renovated facade will enable the building to carry itself as a western bookend to the campus’ main quad, and the entry courtyard will serve as an informal extension to classrooms and increase accessibility, inviting everyone to enter and experience the facility and all Human Sciences has to offer. From dining spaces to a large-capacity auditorium and a public-private office suite, the enhanced Human Sciences building will provide several opportunities for students to gather and collaborate and for the campus and greater communities to intersect. Taylor’s, the hospitality program’s fine dining lab, will be relocated and given a prominent spot near the Great Hall, increasing its visibility and accessibility. Next door, the Center for Beverage Education will provide students and faculty

with a new avenue for beverage and food experimentation, discovery and research and create a private meeting place for up to 20 guests. The space will offer views of Monroe Street and campus greens to the north. The 350-seat auditorium will be located off the Great Hall and in close proximity to many of the new laboratories. It will facilitate the College’s largest classes and provide much needed space for seminars, workshops and outreach activities. The 2,500 square-foot professional partners suite is designed for collaborative ventures with professionals from industry, community engagement and extension entities. Visiting professors-in-residence will bring real-world lessons into the curriculum, and industry partners seeking solutions to real challenges will work with faculty and students. Plans include conference rooms and observation/ interview space.


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QUICK-SERVICE CAFÉ LAB

DEMONSTRATION CLASSROOM


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VIRTUAL BEHAVIOR MODELING LAB

PROFESSIONAL PARTNERS SUITE


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NAMING OPPORTUNITIES The impact of this expansion and transformation will be far-reaching. Naming opportunities for this innovative project abound. The Foundation can connect your passions with the vision of the College of Human Sciences at OSU. For more information, please contact Stephanie Vogel, Senior Director of Development for the OSU Foundation, at 405-385-5615 (phone) | 405-564-4202 (cell) | svogel@OSUgiving.com.

THE BUILDING A lead gift will reserve naming rights for the transformation and expansion of the College of Human Sciences building. The project includes new construction and renovations throughout the building.

THE GREAT HALL 6,700 SF This inviting multi-purpose space will be the main entrance to the building and will showcase student and faculty work from all four of the College’s academic programs. From nearly every vantage point, classrooms and lab space will be visible and engaging. Rotating walls will open and connect with dining laboratories to allow for maximum flexibility for myriad educational programs, as well as hosting small or large events. The use of glass and windows in this space and throughout the lower level will provide views into laboratories and greater visibility for research activities and student displays.

THE PROFESSIONAL PARTNERS SUITE 2,500 SF This dynamic space will allow professionals from industry, community outreach, and extension entities to partner with students and faculty in studio and office space specifically designed for collaborative ventures. Visiting professors-in-residence and designers will bring real-world lessons into the curriculum, and industry partners seeking research or solutions to work challenges will come together with faculty and students, creating a strong public-private partnership. This space will include conference rooms, studios, and observation/interview space. CONTINUED


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NAMING OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUED THE CENTER FOR BEVERAGE EDUCATION 2,200 SF Just off the Great Hall, the Hospitality Education Suite will house the Center for Beverage Education and will also serve as a unique private dining space for up to 20 guests with views of the future campus green to the north. From fine teas to coffees to worldclass wines and artisanal crafted brews, the Center for Beverage Education will offer a new avenue for beverage and food experimentation, discovery and research. It will enable faculty and students to actively address and engage in defining new research trends, conduct interactive tasting panels and focus groups, and offer educational and engagement programs. This space will have the capability to transform and adapt to a variety of uses and different configurations and will feature tasting stations, display cases, a state-of-the-art lab/demonstration kitchen, and ample refrigeration and beverage dispensing equipment. Based on an open, inviting design concept, the space would feature secure beverage storage that would be visible to the public.

VIRTUAL BEHAVIOR MODELING LAB 3,620 SF The virtual Behavior Modeling Lab will be a powerful tool used to educate and train students in all areas within the College Human Sciences. The lab will use the newest technology to create real-world scenarios, providing human interaction in different environments and varying circumstances. The populated virtual world can be transferred to the classroom for use in design, evaluation, communication, training or any purpose in which immersion is beneficial. Lab uses may include: •

Experiencing life as another person — a child or older adult, a customer, a salesperson, an amputee, a diabetic patient, a family counselor, an emergency medical technician, etc.

Participating in team training with members distributed across the state or around the globe

Safely and inexpensively immersing our students in designed and populated environments

Experiencing hazardous or scary situations safely

Recognizing and interpreting non-verbal communications.

THE CENTER FOR HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM RESEARCH 2,500 SF The Center would feature a computer simulation lab dedicated to HRAD students and hospitality research. The lab is envisioned as providing hospitality students and faculty with computers and hospitality software specifically for use with restaurant and hotel computer systems (including inventory management). The computers and software would be linked directly to the food and beverage teaching labs so that students could learn with real time systems.

THE ENTRY PLAZA 2,000 SF A plaza is envisioned as an inviting outdoor space that would provide the primary street access to the building’s new main entrance. It would also create a micro-climate and informal extension of classrooms where students and faculty could meet, linger, and exchange ideas. This outdoor space will also be ideal for special events and will engage the public and invite visitors to experience the facility and provide accessibility to the College and its programs.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING FACILITIES While the entire building is a living laboratory devoted to experiential learning in all four academic areas, the new addition will feature several new lab and studio facilities. Dedicated, enhanced spaces for Design, Housing and Merchandising and Hotel and Restaurant Administration will include: TEXTILES AND SEWN PRODUCTS LAB 720 SF QUICK-SERVICE CAFÉ DINING LAB 3,120 SF OUTDOOR TERRACE DINING LAB 1,050 SF


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Branding Success is the boldest higher education fundraising campaign in the history of the state of Oklahoma. Our goal is to unleash the transformative power of people and ideas at OSU. The campaign is securing support for student scholarships, faculty, facilities and programs. At the heart of this initiative is empowering Oklahoma State to pursue the vision of becoming a premier land-grant university. The ambitious campaign is the work of alumni and friends who share our intrepid spirit. They are determined to ignite the potential of this great university. By joining them, you seize an extraordinary opportunity to change this university, this state and this nation. We know what we need to do. With your help, we will succeed.

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