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Orange is the Answer.
As a modern land-grant university and a Carnegie R1 institution, OSU's faculty are working to answer society’s questions with impactful research and new discoveries.

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Researchers at Oklahoma State University are improving lives and strengthening communities.
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Student Research Opportunities

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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Annual undergraduate research symposium

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 biosecurity institute awarded $1.8M to cultivate the next generation of professionals OSU biosecurity institute awarded $1.8M to cultivate the next generation of professionals Apr 10

The NextGen program will be a two-month paid summer internship to teach undergraduate students about biosecurity through microbiology and food pathogens and safety.

Joint research study found Native American teens underrepresented in CDC database Joint research study found Native American teens underrepresented in CDC database Apr 1

A team from Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation and the University of Oklahoma-University of Tulsa School of Community Medicine studied how teens who self-reported as American Indian/Alaska Natives were reclassified using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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