Fifteen Oklahoma State University undergraduate students will receive $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct supervised research in a university lab as 2014-15 Niblack Research Scholars. The annual program is funded by OSU alumnus John Niblack, who wants to give the students an early chance to do real scientific research that goes beyond book study or the routine lab experience.
Oklahoma State University doctoral candidate Eric Singleton was awarded a $150,000 grant for a project that’s expected to provide greater access into the culture of the Native American mound builders who flourished in the U.S. from 800 to 1600 A.D.
Dr. Elizabeth Grubgeld, professor of English at Oklahoma State University, is one of only eight international scholars who will speak on Irish novelist and autobiographer George Moore at the George Moore Symposium scheduled for Oct. 3-5 at the Princess Grace Irish Library in Monaco.
Brian Couger, a graduate student at Oklahoma State University, is the recipient of a prestigious research fellowship that he earned with the help of the campus supercomputer.