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Niblack Research Scholars program

Giving outstanding undergraduate students an appreciation of scientific research in a laboratory environment at an early stage of their academic careers.

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Providing an opportunity for undergraduate students to present what they have learned through their research experiences to the OSU campus community.

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Research Day at the Capitol

Undergraduate students conducting research in the areas of science, social science. technology, engineering and mathematics present their research to legislators and other guests at Oklahoma's state capitol.

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Otto S. Cox Graduate Fellowships for Genetics Research

Supporting outstanding OSU graduate students with a proven record of research in genetics from any disciplinary or interdisciplinary program.

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OSU psychologist finds an aversion to swearing may lead to incorrect word pronunciation OSU psychologist finds an aversion to swearing may lead to incorrect word pronunciation Nov 11

A new study by Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Sarah Kucker and the University of Miami’s Dr. Lynn Perry examined how socially taboo words change how we say new words. In the study, participants read aloud made-up words that were spelled to either rhyme with a swear word, such as “kuck,” or rhyme with a neutral word, like “wug” rhyming with “rug”.

Researchers studying nitrogen for a better climate future Researchers studying nitrogen for a better climate future Nov 2

Oklahoma State University researchers will look at how nitrogen management affects nitrous oxide transmissions from sorghum and the impact of nitrogen management on plant physiology as part of the Climate-Smart Commodities Project.

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