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Company Overview of Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma State University is an educational institution. It offers courses in areas such as accounting; advertising; aerospace engineering; agricultural business; art; bioengineering; biology; botany; broadcast journalism; business; business economics; chemistry; communication disorders; communications related; computer engineering; construction technology; economics; education; entomology; environmental science; geology; health science; history; home economics; horticulture science; hotel and restaurant management; human resources management; industrial arts; interior design; international business; journalism; landscape architecture; landscaping management; medical technology; psychology; ...
Stillwater, OK 74078
Founded in 1890
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Oklahoma State University Key Developments
Oklahoma State University Names Sheryl Tucker as Interim Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer
Nov 26 13
Oklahoma State University has named Sheryl Tucker, dean of the OSU Graduate College, to serve as interim vice president for research and technology transfer. She will assume the post January 1, following Stephen McKeever, who is returning to his research lab in the physics department and will direct the National Energy Solutions Institute. OSU will conduct a national search for a replacement. Paul Tikalsky, dean of the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, will chair a search committee with broad representation. Prior to coming to OSU in May of 2011, Tucker served as the Program Director for the Graduate Research Fellowship Program with the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Washington D.C.
University of Oklahoma Researchers Collaborate on $20 Million National Science Foundation Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research Grant Designed to Advance Socio-Ecological Systems in Oklahoma
Jun 14 13
University of Oklahoma researchers will collaborate with researchers from Oklahoma State University, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc. and the University of Tulsa to advance understanding of how socio-ecological systems can adapt sustainably to increased climate change and variability in the state. Oklahoma was one of five states to receive a $20 million National Science Foundation Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research grant to perform strategically aligned, innovative research over the next five years. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education will provide an annual $800,000 match. Three interlinked research focus areas will examine complex human, climate and natural resource systems. An observatory network, a forecasting system and a decision support system will each address social and ecological systems. The project is innovative in addressing each of these areas in tandem as well as their interactions: A socio-ecological observatory augmented by Oklahoma's existing weather, water and climate observational assets to specifically focus on climate-responsive and adaptive components of coupled human and natural systems research in Oklahoma. A socio-ecological modeling and prediction system to integrate qualitative and quantitative data from the observatories and to examine systematically insights from disciplinary and integrated perspectives. A decision-support system to provide researchers, educators and practitioners with the data, models, tools and scenarios to explore and understand the social and ecological impacts of decisions related to a specific need through a newly-developed statewide water portal.
Oklahoma State University Launches School of Materials Science and Engineering; Appoints Raj Singh
Feb 6 13
Oklahoma State University has launched a new School of Materials Science and Engineering at OSU-Tulsa to provide advanced training opportunities for researchers in ceramics, metals, semiconductors, polymers, composites and biomaterials. Materials science focuses on the structure, properties and performance of such materials as metals, ceramics, semiconductors, polymers, composites and biomaterials.
Dr. Raj Singh, Williams Companies Distinguished Chair in Energy Technology, will lead the new school. A part of the OSU College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, the School of Materials Science and Engineering is based at the Helmerich Research Center at OSU-Tulsa. Singh joined the OSU faculty in January 2012. Raj has held positions at the MIT, the Argonne National Laboratory, the General Electric Research and Development Center and the University of Cincinnati. Singh expects to begin enrolling students in the School of Materials Science and Engineering later 2013.
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