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An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Graduate Students: Academic Job Market Intensive - Session 4

Career Services (HIREOSUGRADS.COM) This session will cover what happens once the job packet is in: preparing for interviews, both screening and on-campus and negotiation, particularly of a startup package. You'll get a chance to practice your non-technical 1-2 minute pitch. Breakfast will be served. Building: BUSINESS BUILDING. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 201 Business. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Students. Sponsor: CAREER SERVICES (HIREOSUGRADS.COM). Contact Name: Breanna Gallagher. Contact Email: breanna.gallagher@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM. For more info visit grad.okstate.edu.

Academic Job Market Intensive-Session 4

Graduate College This session will cover what happens once the job packet is in: preparing for interviews, both screening and on-campus and negotiation, particularly of a startup package. You'll get a chance to practice your non-technical 1-2 minute pitch. Breakfast will be served. The agenda will be as follows: 8:30  - 10:00 | Interviews  Presenter : Breanna Gallagher  , Integrated Activity Lead: Breanna Gallagher  , , 10:00 -10:15 | Break  , 10:15-11:30 |Negotiation & Start-up Package  Presenter: Dr. Ron Van Den Bussche, Senior Associate Vice President for Research  , , 11:30 – 12:00pm | Q&A/Wrap Up  Presenter: All of our committee members  . Building: BUSINESS BUILDING. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 201. Category: Academic. Professional Development. Audience: Students. Contact Name: Dr. Carol Powers. Contact Phone: 405-744-6368. Contact Email: gradcareersuccess@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit grad.okstate.edu.

Wednesday Weaving

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Wednesday Weaving,' a captivating, weekly textile workshop every Wednesday from 11 AM – 4 PM in our ArtLAB. Dive into the world of fiber where looms, paper, and other hand weaving materials are provided for you to explore and create. Open to the entire Oklahoma community, from OSU students to Stillwater locals, this program invites you to relax, reflect, and express your artistic vision through the timeless and tactile art of weaving. Join us to weave not just materials, but also connections and inspirations in the heart of OSU’s artistic community. , Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Wellness Wednesday

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: July 10 at 5 p.m. Serving Students' Mental Health Needs Join University Counseling Services to learn how we can equip ourselves to meet student mental health needs as faculty and staff and how we can incorporate those skills into our regular routines. Lunch is provided. Free to benefits-eligible employees. No-shows will be charged $10 to their bursar account. To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu.Registration Instructions: Once you've reached the rec.wellness.okstate.edu page, click "Sign In" at the top right corner of the page , Select the orange "OKEY CREDENTIALS" link , Log in using your OKEY credentials (the same as your OSU email login information) , Click the Wellness icon, then the "Wellness Wednesday" option , Choose the semester of the program you would like to attend (Ex: Summer 2024), then select the event you would like to attend , Once you've hit select, click "continue" , Follow the appropriate registration steps until you receive the confirmation notice. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Student Union Case Study 1. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free to OSU-STW benefits-eligible employees. No-shows will be charged $10 to bursar account. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Taylor Bailey. Contact Email: taylor.bailey@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 17, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Learn the Basics of Pre-Vet, Pre-Health, & Pre-Law Advising

Pre-Professional Working as a new academic advisor or career services professional? Or are you an experienced professional looking for a refresher? If so, we invite you to join us for a 30-minute session that will help jump-start your foundational knowledge of how to assist pre-professional students. , This informal session is specifically designed for those who work with students considering future careers in healthcare, law, or veterinary medicine. You'll learn how our office works with students to support their long-term plans and how we can help you do the same. , Use this link to register up to the day before the event.  , We look forward to seeing you there! Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 040 SU Basement. Category: Academic. Professional Development. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: FREE. Contact Name: Justin Jones. Contact Phone: 405-744-9965. Contact Email: preprofessional@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024, 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM. For more info visit universitycollege.okstate.edu.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Young Adult Bowling Night

Family and Graduate Student Housing For FGSH residents only. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Contact Name: Bailey Winters. Contact Phone: 4057446539. Contact Email: bailey.winters@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 18, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 19, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 19, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 19, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

W Drop/Withdrawal Deadline

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Friday, July 19, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Men's Night

Family and Graduate Student Housing For FGSH residents only. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Contact Name: Bailey Winters. Contact Phone: 4057446539. Contact Email: bailey.winters@okstate.edu. Friday, July 19, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

University Store Closed

University Store The University Store will be closed Saturday, July 20. Remember, you can shop for great OSU merchandise 24/7 online at shopokstate.com. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Sponsor: UNIVERSITY STORE. Contact Name: University Store. Contact Phone: 405-744-5237. Contact Email: bkstore@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024.

Dr. Pete's Immersion Camp

College of Veterinary Medicine Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Recruitment. Audience: Students. Contact Name: Chasity Srader. Contact Phone: 4057446985. Contact Email: chasity.srader@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024, 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Aqua Zumba

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: 1 hour before class time Looking to make a splash and beat the heat? Aqua Zumba is the pool party just for you! Join us for Aqua Zumba on Saturdays (July 20, August 3 & August 10) from 10:30-11:30am with our fabulous instructor, Joni O'Neil. Please bring a towel, water bottle, sunscreen and a smile. *Water shoes are recommended. To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Outdoor Pool. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free with Colvin Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kimberly Beard. Contact Email: kimberly.beard@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Collage Club

OSU Museum Of Art Join the Collage Club at the OSU Museum of Art, Saturdays* from 2 PM – 4 PM! This free, drop-in, hands-on workshop invites the OSU community, Stillwater locals, and art lovers from across Oklahoma to explore the vibrant world of collage. With all materials supplied, come and experience the joy of combining colors, textures, and shapes to create your own unique masterpiece in a welcoming, inspiring environment. *Collage Club will not meet on Second Saturdays. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 20, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Christmas in July

University Store Stop by OrangeTech in the University Store  July 22-26 and save BIG on previous generation models. Select Macbook Pro models $249-349 off. Plus, FREE AirPods! Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 120. Category: Academic. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Sponsor: UNIVERSITY STORE. Contact Name: The University Store. Contact Phone: 4057445237. Contact Email: bkstore@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024.

Beginning Fly Fishing

Learn about the skills and equipment needed to become a fly fisher. Basics of fly rod and reel, casting, pond, and stream ecology, matching the hatch, (identifying what fly to use and when). knot tying, fish identification, ethics, rules and regulations and safety.  You will have the opportunity to learn and implement your new skills on local ponds, lakes and rivers, all while traveling the scenic drives through beautiful northern New Mexico. Distance to the fishing areas will be dependent on water levels and water conditions. Expect to drive or carpool with another class participant to the fishing areas. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: $750. Sponsor: DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Contact Name: Doel Reed Center. Contact Email: doelreedcenter@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024. The Doel Reed Center 7158v NM-518 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. For more info visit doelreed.okstate.edu.

Contemporary New Mexico Cooking

Cook contemporary New Mexico dishes with award-winning chefs.  In this hands-on class, we will move from traditional red and green chile sauces to more innovative takes on the use of these key ingredients in the mouth-watering multicultural food that typifies New Mexico. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: $600. Sponsor: DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Contact Name: Doel Reed Center. Contact Email: doelreedcenter@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024. The Doel Reed Center 7158v NM-518 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. For more info visit doelreed.okstate.edu.

Folktales and Enchantment in New Mexico

Looking to explore the mythical, magical, and haunted dimensions of northern New Mexico? In this class we will access them through the diverse storytelling traditions of the region. Learn about Tony Hillerman’s Navajo Chindi spirits and the weeping woman La Llorona haunting Chicano/a/x folk tales. Listen to “Corrida” and “Indita” story-songs and meet with a local Indita storyteller. Delve into the legends of Billy the Kid and visit the St. James hotel: one of America’s most haunted landmarks that boast bullet holes from the Kid’s era. Visit the spooky side of Taos with a ghost tour, and marvel at the Mesa Prieta petroglyphs. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: $600. Sponsor: DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Contact Name: Doel Reed Center. Contact Email: doelreedcenter@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024. The Doel Reed Center 7158v NM-518 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. For more info visit doelreed.okstate.edu.

Monoprinting with the Taos Moderns

In the mid-20th century, a group of artists influenced by abstract expressionism convened in Taos, taking inspiration from the remarkable New Mexico landscape to create poignant abstract and non-representational compositions. Artists such as Louis Ribak, Agnes Martin, and Cliff Harmon traded the cityscapes of New York and Los Angeles for the vivid colors and brisk air of the New Mexico desert. Students in the class will take inspiration from the Taos Moderns to create abstractions of the Taos landscape via monotype. Monotype is the most painterly of the printmaking media and can be used to create a variety of textures, color flats, and patterns quickly and playfully. It is an ideal introduction to printmaking for the beginner, as well as being a rewarding generative process for the more seasoned artist. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: $600. Sponsor: DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Contact Name: Doel Reed Center. Contact Email: doelreedcenter@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024. The Doel Reed Center 7158v NM-518 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. For more info visit doelreed.okstate.edu.

Women Artists of the Southwest

Through site visits and hands-on learning experiences, this course will explore the many women artists who have worked in and responded to the US Southwest, including modernists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Abstract Expressionists such as Elaine de Koonig, the Minimalist work of Agnes Martin and the Land Art of Nancy Holt. Our class will discover how New Mexico is the perfect place to study the intersections of gender, geography, and creativity. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: $600. Sponsor: DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Contact Name: Doel Reed Center. Contact Email: doelreedcenter@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024 – Friday, July 26, 2024. The Doel Reed Center 7158v NM-518 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. For more info visit doelreed.okstate.edu.

Sunset Zip-Line

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: July 19 at 12 p.m. Experience the challenge course this summer with your friends and family! Check out the new fire station project and the beautiful sunset! To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: Member: $32 // Non-member: $42. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Nate Diekelman. Contact Email: nathan.diekelman@okstate.edu. Monday, July 22, 2024, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. OSU Challenge Course.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Data Collection of Residential Properties

CLGT There will be three days of instruction. Class will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each, day. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 23, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Stillwater - OSU Ext Ctr, Rm 127. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Data Collection of Residential Properties

CLGT There will be three days of instruction. Class will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each, day. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Stillwater - OSU Ext Ctr, Rm 127. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

Wednesday Weaving

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Wednesday Weaving,' a captivating, weekly textile workshop every Wednesday from 11 AM – 4 PM in our ArtLAB. Dive into the world of fiber where looms, paper, and other hand weaving materials are provided for you to explore and create. Open to the entire Oklahoma community, from OSU students to Stillwater locals, this program invites you to relax, reflect, and express your artistic vision through the timeless and tactile art of weaving. Join us to weave not just materials, but also connections and inspirations in the heart of OSU’s artistic community. , Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Virtual Wellness Wednesday: How to Bring Mental Health Home

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: July 22 at 5 p.m. Good mental health practices for families start with little moments. Join Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinic Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, Gabe Yandell, for this special virtual encore presentation on bringing mental health practices home. Participants will learn small ways to build connection with family members, balance work and family responsibilities and establish practices in the home that promote mental health. Zoom link will be sent out to registrants the day before the event. To register, visit https://form.jotform.com/240516481733152. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Zoom. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Taylor Bailey. Contact Email: taylor.bailey@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Virtual. For more info visit form.jotform.com.

Sustainability Reporting Spotlight: A Preview of the Accounting Innovation Summit

Spears School Of Business Why Attend? Professional Development: Earn 1 accounting technical CPE credit while expanding your professional skills. Gain Insights: Learn the fundamentals of sustainability reporting and its growing importance in the accounting world. Sneak Peek: Get a preview of the exciting topics and innovations to be featured at the Accounting Innovation Summit. All Levels Welcome: Whether you're new to the concept or looking to deepen your understanding, this session is designed for participants of all levels. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Academic. Professional Development. Virtual. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Cost: Free. Sponsor: CENTER FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK. Contact Name: Center for the Future of Work. Contact Phone: 405-744-5208. Contact Email: cfw@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Virtual.

4-H Round Up Visit

College of Veterinary Medicine Building: MCELROY HALL. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Recruitment. Audience: Students. Contact Name: Bethani Bishop. Contact Phone: 4057746961. Contact Email: bethani.bishop@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Data Collection of Residential Properties

CLGT There will be three days of instruction. Class will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each, day. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Stillwater - OSU Ext Ctr, Rm 127. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

The Homemade Food Freedom Act Workshop

Food and Agricultural Product Center The  Homemade Food Freedom Act allows a broad range of food products to be produced and sold out of the home within the state of Oklahoma without a health department licensing.  Specific training requirements, such as this workshop, are required before doing so. The training will focus on: Explaining the new law, what foods are allowed and not allowed Labeling Allergens Good Manufacturing Practices Liabilities and Legalities  Food Safety pH and Water Activity This full-day training session will begin at 8:30 a.m.    **Lunch will be included. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Academic. Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $35.00. Contact Name: Karen Smith. Contact Phone: 405-744-6277. Contact Email: karenl.smith@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. McClain County Farm and Home Building 1721 Harcastlle Blvd. Purcell, OK 73080.

2024 Summer Undergraduate Research Expo

Research Research at Oklahoma State University doesn't just start with professors and faculty. From the moment students step on campus to when they graduate, research can be a core part of their undergraduate experience. Join us for a poster browsing session as undergraduate students in summer research programs present their findings, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Thursday, July 25 — The Great Hall of the Nancy Randolph Davis Building, Presentations from students in: McNair Scholars , Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) , Niblack Research Scholars , Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP) Scholars , Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Computer Science , Research and Extension Experience for Undergraduates (REEU) in Ferguson College of Agriculture , And more! Schedule of events: 10:00 a.m. — Welcome from Dr. Chris Francisco, Associate Provost , 10:00-11:00 a.m. — Poster browsing , 11:00 a.m. — Remarks from Dr. Clyde Wilson, Associate Vice President for… Building: NANCY RANDOLPH DAVIS. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Great Hall. Category: Research. Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Christine Johnson. Contact Phone: 405-744-2361. Contact Email: christine.johnson@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

OSU University Club Social at the Atherton Piano Room

University Club Join UClub members for an informal social event. Learn about UClub and visit with faculty and staff from across campus while enjoying complimentary hors d'oeuvres. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Piano Lounge at the OSU Atherton Hotel. Category: Academic. Organization. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Coral White. Contact Phone: 4057447420. Contact Email: coral.white@okstate.edu. Thursday, July 25, 2024, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit uclub.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 26, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 26, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, July 26, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Assigned W or F Drop/Withdrawal Deadline

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Friday, July 26, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Remote FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food - Part 2

Food and Agricultural Product Center The new FSMA regulation requires every processing facility to have a trained resource person or Preventive Controls Qualified Individual who has completed a specialized training course such as the one developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) that is recognized by the FDA. This person will oversee the implementation of the facility’s food safety plan and other key tasks. This blended course has two parts. Those who complete the Part 1: Online are eligible to attend a one-day Part 2: Instructor-led course taught by an FSPCA Lead instructor. You must complete both parts to receive the FSPCA Certificate of Training. You must complete Part 1: Online (Cost: $208) before you may take this Part 2 course. When you complete Part 1: Online, you will receive an enrollment ticket and a completion email. Present either the enrollment ticket or the completion email to your Part 2 lead instructor; you will not be able to attend Part 2: Instructor-Led without providing evidence of Part 1: Online com… Building: ROBERT M. KERR FOOD & AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: VIA Zoom. Category: Community. Audience: Public. Cost: $400/350. Contact Name: Karen Smith. Contact Phone: 405-744-6277. Contact Email: fapcregistrations@okstate.edu. Friday, July 26, 2024, 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM.

Late Night Swim

Department Of Wellness Dive into the night and make a splash at our special Late-Night event at the Colvin Outdoor Pool! Enjoy swimming at our pool as the sun goes down! The pool will be open from 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. for Colvin patrons. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Outdoor Pool. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free with Colvin Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Maddie Wilson. Contact Email: maddie.wilson10@okstate.edu. Friday, July 26, 2024, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Picturing Resilient Communities

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION, Picturing Resilient Communities: Photographs of Chinese American Encounters in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Old Beijing (1900-1925) ON VIEW | April 30 – July 27, 2024 RECEPTION | May 2, 5 – 7 PM. Remarks at 5:45 PM, light refreshments served.  This exhibition features old photographs taken in Beijing (formerly known as Peking) and San Francisco’s Chinatown. These cities have changed dramatically in the last 100+ years due to human actions and natural disasters. German American Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) and U.S. Marine Howard C. Goodrich (1902-1984) were early camera enthusiasts. Genthe moved to San Francisco before the 1906 earthquake and fire devastated Chinatown and much of the city. Goodrich was stationed in Beijing in the 1920s, during a period of political unrest in China. Although their images are largely positive, both Genthe and Goodrich made photos of the Chinese and their communities to satisfy Western curiosity about “exotic” places and people. Genthe’s photographs were… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

University Store Closed

University Store The University Store will be closed Saturday, July 27. Remember, you can shop for great OSU merchandise 24/7 online at shopokstate.com. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Sponsor: UNIVERSITY STORE. Contact Name: University Store. Contact Phone: 405-744-5237. Contact Email: bkstore@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024.

Collage Club

OSU Museum Of Art Join the Collage Club at the OSU Museum of Art, Saturdays* from 2 PM – 4 PM! This free, drop-in, hands-on workshop invites the OSU community, Stillwater locals, and art lovers from across Oklahoma to explore the vibrant world of collage. With all materials supplied, come and experience the joy of combining colors, textures, and shapes to create your own unique masterpiece in a welcoming, inspiring environment. *Collage Club will not meet on Second Saturdays. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

FGSH Pool Party

Family and Graduate Student Housing For FGSH residents only. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Contact Name: Bailey Winters. Contact Phone: 4057446539. Contact Email: bailey.winters@okstate.edu. Saturday, July 27, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM.

NSCI- Cooking for Kids Conference

College of Education and Human Sciences The 2024 School Nutrition Association of Oklahoma (SNA of OK) State Conference, hosted by the Department of Nutritional Sciences-Cooking for Kids, is scheduled for July 29 to August 1 at Oklahoma State University. The Wes Watkins Center will host the general session, while breakout sessions will occur in the Nancy Randolph Davis Building. The food show location is yet to be determined. In collaboration with the School Nutrition Association of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma State Department of Education, this conference unites school nutrition experts under the theme of "Mentorship," featuring speakers, networking, and culinary displays. With nearly 800 professionals, the School Nutrition Association of Oklahoma actively supports nutritious meals for students statewide, promoting education and healthy eating habits. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Wes Watkins Center, Nancy Randolph Davis Building. Category: Academic. Audience: Public. Faculty & Staff. Contact Name: Cass Ring. Contact Email: cass.ring@okstate.edu. Monday, July 29, 2024 – Thursday, August 1, 2024.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 30, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 30, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

LakeRS: Lake Research & Science Summer Camp for High School Students

Boone Pickens School of Geology Hello, high school students! You are invited to LakeRS Summer Camp at the Boone Pickens School of Geology. This summer camp is free for high school students. It is from July 30th to August 1st 2024. We will be going to and from OSU and Lake Carl Blackwell while collecting and processing samples using a research boat at the lake. Then we'll analyze them in our laboratories at OSU. Look for more information and registration by visiting https://osucamps.okstate.edu/MainRegistration This Summer Camp is sponsored by our friend BATELLE. We hope to see you there! Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Academic. Leadership. Organization. Professional Development. Recruitment. Research. Audience: Students. Cost: Free to High School Students. Contact Name: Natascha Riedinger. Contact Email: natascha.riedinger@okstate.edu. Tuesday, July 30, 2024 – Thursday, August 1, 2024. Lake Carl Blackwell & Boone Pickens School of Geology Laboratories. For more info visit osucamps.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 31, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 31, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Wednesday Weaving

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Wednesday Weaving,' a captivating, weekly textile workshop every Wednesday from 11 AM – 4 PM in our ArtLAB. Dive into the world of fiber where looms, paper, and other hand weaving materials are provided for you to explore and create. Open to the entire Oklahoma community, from OSU students to Stillwater locals, this program invites you to relax, reflect, and express your artistic vision through the timeless and tactile art of weaving. Join us to weave not just materials, but also connections and inspirations in the heart of OSU’s artistic community. , Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, July 31, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 1, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 1, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 1, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 2, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 2, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Class Work Ends (Full Summer Term)

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Friday, August 2, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 3, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 3, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

University Store Closed

University Store The University Store will be closed Saturday, August 3. Remember, you can shop for great OSU merchandise 24/7 online at shopokstate.com. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Sponsor: UNIVERSITY STORE. Contact Name: University Store. Contact Phone: 405-744-5237. Contact Email: bkstore@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 3, 2024.

Aqua Zumba

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: 1 hour before class time Looking to make a splash and beat the heat? Aqua Zumba is the pool party just for you! Join us for Aqua Zumba on Saturdays (July 20, August 3 & August 10) from 10:30-11:30am with our fabulous instructor, Joni O'Neil. Please bring a towel, water bottle, sunscreen and a smile. *Water shoes are recommended. To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Outdoor Pool. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free with Colvin Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kimberly Beard. Contact Email: kimberly.beard@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 3, 2024, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Collage Club

OSU Museum Of Art Join the Collage Club at the OSU Museum of Art, Saturdays* from 2 PM – 4 PM! This free, drop-in, hands-on workshop invites the OSU community, Stillwater locals, and art lovers from across Oklahoma to explore the vibrant world of collage. With all materials supplied, come and experience the joy of combining colors, textures, and shapes to create your own unique masterpiece in a welcoming, inspiring environment. *Collage Club will not meet on Second Saturdays. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 3, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Fall 2024 Dissertation Writing Workshop

Graduate College The Dissertation Writing Workshop is a week-long session focusing on making significant progress in writing your dissertation. You'll have plenty of time to write, with access to facilitators from the Writing Center and librarians providing insight on topics like effective literature searches and intellectual property considerations. You'll also become part of a writing accountability group. The writing accountability groups will continue to meet monthly throughout the semester to facilitate progress on students' dissertations. Students attending in person will receive a meal card ($125) good for dining establishments on campus for the duration of the workshop. Students who apply for the workshop require their advisor's confirmation that they are ready to initiate writing their dissertation. Students should have data in hand and be prepared to write. Join us from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday, August 5 through Friday, August 9. There will be writing accountability group(s) that will be meeting online; select… Building: GENERAL ACADEMIC. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: B-09. Category: Professional Development. Virtual. Audience: Students. Contact Name: Dr. Carol Powers. Contact Phone: 405-744-6368. Contact Email: gradcareersuccess@okstate.edu. Monday, August 5, 2024, 8:30 AM – Friday, August 9, 2024, 4:30 PM. For more info visit grad.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 6, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 6, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 7, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 7, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Wednesday Weaving

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Wednesday Weaving,' a captivating, weekly textile workshop every Wednesday from 11 AM – 4 PM in our ArtLAB. Dive into the world of fiber where looms, paper, and other hand weaving materials are provided for you to explore and create. Open to the entire Oklahoma community, from OSU students to Stillwater locals, this program invites you to relax, reflect, and express your artistic vision through the timeless and tactile art of weaving. Join us to weave not just materials, but also connections and inspirations in the heart of OSU’s artistic community. , Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 7, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Virtual Wellness Workshop: Welcome to Wellness

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: August 6 at 5 p.m. Did you know that many wellness programs and services are offered to OSU employees at no cost? Join Employee Wellness as we discover the variety of options available to you and your co-workers. Perfect for new hires, this workshop will walk you through mental health resources, fitness options and more! This event will be hosted over Zoom. The Zoom link to the workshop will be sent out to registrants the morning of the event. To register, visit https://form.jotform.com/240534566219155. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Zoom. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Taylor Bailey. Contact Email: taylor.bailey@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 7, 2024, 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM. Virtual. For more info visit form.jotform.com.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 8, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 8, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 8, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 9, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 9, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Tulsa (Exh.)

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Tulsa (Exh.) https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16413&sport_id=14. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Friday, August 9, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Stillwater, OK, Neal Patterson Stadium. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 10, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 10, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

University Store Closed

University Store The University Store will be closed Saturday, August 10. Remember, you can shop for great OSU merchandise 24/7 online at shopokstate.com. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Sponsor: UNIVERSITY STORE. Contact Name: University Store. Contact Phone: 405-744-5237. Contact Email: bkstore@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 10, 2024.

Aqua Zumba

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: 1 hour before class time Looking to make a splash and beat the heat? Aqua Zumba is the pool party just for you! Join us for Aqua Zumba on Saturdays (July 20, August 3 & August 10) from 10:30-11:30am with our fabulous instructor, Joni O'Neil. Please bring a towel, water bottle, sunscreen and a smile. *Water shoes are recommended. To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Outdoor Pool. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free with Colvin Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kimberly Beard. Contact Email: kimberly.beard@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 10, 2024, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Second Saturday at the OSU Museum of Art

OSU Museum Of Art "Second Saturday" at the OSU Museum of Art takes place every month on — you guessed it — the second Saturday! Explore FREE hands-on art activities designed to be inclusive of visitors of all ages and abilities. Enjoy "Story Time in the Museum" hosted by Stillwater Public Library at 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM. Activities are come-and-go, 11 AM – 2 PM. Note: All children must be accompanied by an adult. , Are you interested in becoming Second Saturday featured artist? The OSU Museum of Art is seeking volunteer artists interested in leading art-making activities. Learn more and apply at  https://forms.gle/RDHHyPB6bXqGj6Ls7. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 10, 2024, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Sunday, August 11, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Monday, August 12, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Unit II, Real Property Appraisal

CLGT Real Property Appraisal (21 hours) This course along with Unit I constitutes the required initial accreditation curriculum required by law for selected personnel in the Assessor's Office. Unit II covers the theory and techniques of estimating value by both the cost and sales comparison approach. The material includes a section discussing the various land locational systems, parcel identification and a brief discussion on how to use various maps. This course covers land valuation to include five different methods of valuation and the use of different types of tables. The cost approach is treated in depth including the estimation of depreciation. Students are required to participate in several practical applications of valuation of various types of real property using the sales comparison approach to value. The course consists of 18 hours of classroom instruction and a 3-hour exam. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. OKC - Hilton Garden Inn Midtown or Zoom. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

August 2024 ITA Exam

Graduate College The International Teaching Assistant Exam is required for international students with teaching appointments. Please review the policy here to determine if you are required to take the test. Preparation materials are also include at the link above. The ITA test is a five minute (timed) teaching presentation given to an audience of test raters and other students who are taking the test.  After the presentation is finished, there is a 3-5 minute period for questions from the audience. Guidance on how to prepare for the exam is available here. The raters consist of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. If your graduate program sends a faculty representative, that person may also ask questions about your presentation. The cost of the ITA is $75 and will be billed to your Bursar account. ITA exams are grouped by graduate program and the scheduled time may vary depending upon the number of students registered from each graduate program. The final schedule is usually released the day before the… Building: WES WATKINS CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE DEVELOPMENT. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 3rd Floor. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Students. Cost: $75. Contact Name: Dr. Nathan Horton. Contact Phone: 405-744-6368. Contact Email: itaexam@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 13, 2024, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit grad.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

CEHS Faculty and Staff Kickoff

College of Education and Human Sciences Building: NANCY RANDOLPH DAVIS. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Great Hall. Category: Academic. Diversity. Leadership. Professional Development. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Contact Name: Chad Marek. Contact Email: chad.marek@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

Unit II, Real Property Appraisal

CLGT Real Property Appraisal (21 hours) This course along with Unit I constitutes the required initial accreditation curriculum required by law for selected personnel in the Assessor's Office. Unit II covers the theory and techniques of estimating value by both the cost and sales comparison approach. The material includes a section discussing the various land locational systems, parcel identification and a brief discussion on how to use various maps. This course covers land valuation to include five different methods of valuation and the use of different types of tables. The cost approach is treated in depth including the estimation of depreciation. Students are required to participate in several practical applications of valuation of various types of real property using the sales comparison approach to value. The course consists of 18 hours of classroom instruction and a 3-hour exam. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. OKC - Hilton Garden Inn Midtown or Zoom. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

Wednesday Weaving

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Wednesday Weaving,' a captivating, weekly textile workshop every Wednesday from 11 AM – 4 PM in our ArtLAB. Dive into the world of fiber where looms, paper, and other hand weaving materials are provided for you to explore and create. Open to the entire Oklahoma community, from OSU students to Stillwater locals, this program invites you to relax, reflect, and express your artistic vision through the timeless and tactile art of weaving. Join us to weave not just materials, but also connections and inspirations in the heart of OSU’s artistic community. , Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Unit II, Real Property Appraisal

CLGT Real Property Appraisal (21 hours) This course along with Unit I constitutes the required initial accreditation curriculum required by law for selected personnel in the Assessor's Office. Unit II covers the theory and techniques of estimating value by both the cost and sales comparison approach. The material includes a section discussing the various land locational systems, parcel identification and a brief discussion on how to use various maps. This course covers land valuation to include five different methods of valuation and the use of different types of tables. The cost approach is treated in depth including the estimation of depreciation. Students are required to participate in several practical applications of valuation of various types of real property using the sales comparison approach to value. The course consists of 18 hours of classroom instruction and a 3-hour exam. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. OKC - Hilton Garden Inn Midtown or Zoom. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer at Nebraska

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer at Nebraska https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16414&sport_id=14. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 15, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Lincoln, NE. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 16, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 16, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 16, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Friday, August 16, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Unit II, Real Property Appraisal

CLGT Real Property Appraisal (21 hours) This course along with Unit I constitutes the required initial accreditation curriculum required by law for selected personnel in the Assessor's Office. Unit II covers the theory and techniques of estimating value by both the cost and sales comparison approach. The material includes a section discussing the various land locational systems, parcel identification and a brief discussion on how to use various maps. This course covers land valuation to include five different methods of valuation and the use of different types of tables. The cost approach is treated in depth including the estimation of depreciation. Students are required to participate in several practical applications of valuation of various types of real property using the sales comparison approach to value. The course consists of 18 hours of classroom instruction and a 3-hour exam. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Friday, August 16, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. OKC - Hilton Garden Inn Midtown or Zoom. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Duck Blind Draw

Lake Carl Blackwell Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Public. Cost: n/a. Contact Name: Lake Carl Blackwell Park Office. Contact Phone: 4053725157. Contact Email: lcb@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Lake Carl Blackwell Park Office 11000 W Hwy 51. For more info visit lake.okstate.edu.

Collage Club

OSU Museum Of Art Join the Collage Club at the OSU Museum of Art, Saturdays* from 2 PM – 4 PM! This free, drop-in, hands-on workshop invites the OSU community, Stillwater locals, and art lovers from across Oklahoma to explore the vibrant world of collage. With all materials supplied, come and experience the joy of combining colors, textures, and shapes to create your own unique masterpiece in a welcoming, inspiring environment. *Collage Club will not meet on Second Saturdays. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 17, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Sunday, August 18, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Oral Roberts

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Oral Roberts https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16415&sport_id=14. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Sunday, August 18, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Stillwater, OK, Neal Patterson Stadium. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

Class Work Begins

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Monday, August 19, 2024.

Late Enrollment Fee Assessed After This Date

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Monday, August 19, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Monday, August 19, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

OSU Research on Tap

Research OSU Research on Tap Connecting the community. With a different researcher each month from the sciences, arts and humanities Research on Tap is an opportunity to have a conversation regarding their work and the impact it has on you and your community. We hope you will join us the third Monday of each month to enjoy some of Stillwater’s own local brew while chatting about some of the interesting research happening here on the OSU campus. The event begins with approximately 20 minutes of conversation between the Vice President of Research and the researcher, followed by questions and answer session with the audience. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Community. Audience: Public. Faculty & Staff. Alumni. Cost: free. Contact Name: Christine Johnson. Contact Phone: 405-744-2361. Contact Email: christine.johnson@okstate.edu. Monday, August 19, 2024, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. Iron Monk Tap Room — 519 S HUSBAND ST, STILLWATER, OK 74074. For more info visit research.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 20, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 20, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Residential Data Entry

CLGT There will be one and one-half days of instruction. Class will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the first, day and 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 (noon) on the second day. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 20, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Stillwater - OSU Ext Ctr, Rm 221. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

OSU Startup Frenzy

Spears School Of Business Get ready to form a business overnight! Startup Frenzy is a thrilling, three-day adventure for OSU students eager to dive into the world of startups. Over one action-packed weekend, you'll pitch ideas, form dynamic teams, and be guided by expert mentors. You'll experience the exhilarating journey of launching a company from scratch! Whether you've got a brilliant idea or just want to learn the ropes of the startup process, this event is your gateway to entrepreneurial success! , Event Dates: September 27-29, 2024. Building: BUSINESS BUILDING. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Organization. Professional Development. Audience: Students. Cost: $15. Contact Name: Chad Mills. Contact Phone: 405.744.4350. Contact Email: chadhm@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024 – Friday, September 20, 2024. For more info visit business.okstate.edu.

Basic Training (Entrepreneurial Workshop)

Food and Agricultural Product Center FAPC offers a Basic Training Workshop for food business entrepreneurs that helps participants address issues through business planning assistance, market identification, strategies and an explanation of food processing regulations. Small-group exchanges and guest speakers from government and industry assist in relaying information in each area. Basic training participants will also learn about technical assistance available to individual companies from the FAPC, including product testing and evaluation, process scale up, pilot processing, and engineering. Cost: $225/participant A $25 fee will be billed to those who fail to cancel or attend. The registration fees cover lunch, refreshments and workshop material costs. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Community. Audience: Public. Cost: $225. Contact Name: Karen Smith. Contact Phone: 405-744-6277. Contact Email: fapcregistrations@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Northwest Technology Center Alva Campus Room B 1801 11th St. Alva, OK 73717.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Residential Data Entry

CLGT There will be one and one-half days of instruction. Class will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the first, day and 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 (noon) on the second day. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Professional Development. Audience: Public. Cost: $0.00. Contact Name: CLGT. Contact Phone: 405-744-6049. Contact Email: clgt@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Stillwater - OSU Ext Ctr, Rm 221. For more info visit clgtostate.org.

Intramural information session

College of Veterinary Medicine This information session will explain all things intramurals.  How to create a team, how to join a team, and all of the sports that are offered. Building: ROGER J. PANCIERA EDUCATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: 140. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Roxanne Maynard. Contact Phone: 405-744-6145. Contact Email: roxanne.maynard@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

CEHS Graduate Student Orientation

College of Education and Human Sciences CEHS Graduate Student Orientation  Wednesday, August 21st  1:00-3:00 p.m. (Come & Go)  Jorns Hall, Nancy Randolph Davis Building, Connect with campus & community partners at our browse session!  CEHS graduate students in attendance will be entered to win a special raffle prize! This event is open to ALL new & continuing CEHS graduate students, faculty & staff. We look forward to seeing you there! Building: NANCY RANDOLPH DAVIS. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Jorns Hall. Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Ashley Kirven-Bobier. Contact Phone: 405-744-2086. Contact Email: akirven@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

Lights on Stillwater

College of Veterinary Medicine Lights on Stillwater (LOS) is an annual event that occurs on the first Wednesday of the fall semester. This outdoor event allows students to engage with the local community, OSU student organizations, food trucks, and campus departments.  North side of Boone Pickens Stadium next to Hall of Fame street. The entry fee* is either $1 in cash (or Venmo) donation or you can donate an item for the SGA Student STACHE Network. Building: BOONE PICKENS STADIUM. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: $1.00. Sponsor: STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION. Contact Name: Roxanne Maynard. Contact Phone: 4057446145. Contact Email: roxanne.maynard@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 6:15 PM – 9:00 PM. For more info visit campuslife.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Dawn Patrol Climbing

Department Of Wellness Climbing wall members, join us for an early morning climb every Thursday! Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Climbing Wall. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: Free with Climbing Wall Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kat Bailey. Contact Email: kat.bailey10@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Spears Business Welcome Back Bash

Spears School Of Business Spears Business students, faculty, and staff are welcome to join us as we kick off another great semester! Come enjoy celebrating a new start with free food, fun, and games and mingling with our Spears Business community! Building: BUSINESS BUILDING. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: The Plaza (courtyard). Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Ashley Varnell Bowman. Contact Phone: 405-744-8514. Contact Email: ashley.r.bowman@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

OSU University Club Social at the Atherton Piano Room

University Club Join UClub members for an informal social event. Learn about UClub and visit with faculty and staff from across campus while enjoying complimentary hors d'oeuvres. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Piano Lounge at the OSU Atherton Hotel. Category: Academic. Organization. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Coral White. Contact Phone: 4057447420. Contact Email: coral.white@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit uclub.okstate.edu.

School of Marketing & International Business (SMIB) Kickoff Event

Spears School Of Business Hey Marketing & International Business Majors: RSVP for the Spears Marketing Majors Fall 2024 Kickoff Event! , Enjoy free food and drink, grab your t-shirt, and mingle with some of our industry partners (great pre-career fair networking!), marketing faculty, some of our coaches, and student athletes. Building: CONOCOPHILLIPS OSU ALUMNI CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Click Hall. Category: Academic. Athletics. Organization. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: Free. Sponsor: SPEARS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. Contact Name: Jenn Nuckolls. Contact Email: jennifer.nuckolls@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit okstatebusiness.az1.qualtrics.com.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Oklahoma

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer vs Oklahoma https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16416&sport_id=14. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 22, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Stillwater, OK, Neal Patterson Stadium. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 23, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Friday, August 23, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Furry Friend Friday

Department Of Wellness An hour of pet therapy with Pete's Pet Posse "P3" every Friday to encourage mental health and wellness. Mental health handouts and prizes provided. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Cost: Free. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Ryane Draper. Contact Email: ryane.draper@okstate.edu. Friday, August 23, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 24, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Pete's Pet Posse - Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Applications

Ruff Rider Ambassador Applications are now available via CampusLink.  OSU students should log in to CampusLink and then click on the “Forms” link. The application is called “Ruff Rider Student Ambassador Application 2024-2025”.  Applications are due August 24th at 5pm. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Sponsor: PETE'S PET POSSE. Contact Name: Lea Anne Collett. Contact Phone: 405-744-7877. Contact Email: pettherapy@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 24, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: August 23 Decompress from your first week of school with an afternoon of stand up paddle boarding and other lakeside activities at Lake Carl Blackwell with Outdoor Adventure! No experience necessary, transportation not included. Lake day pass fee will be waived. To register, visit rec.wellness.okstate.edu. Registration for this event will open August 1. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: Members: $25 | Non-Members: $35. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kat Bailey. Contact Email: kat.bailey10@okstate.edu. Saturday, August 24, 2024, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Lake Carl Blackwell.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer at Central Arkansas

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Soccer at Central Arkansas https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16417&sport_id=14. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Sunday, August 25, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Conway, AR. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

Spears Business Scholarship Banquet

This event brings Spears School of Business scholarship donors and recipients together to celebrate their accomplishments and interact with each other. Building: WES WATKINS CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE DEVELOPMENT. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: International Exhibit Hall. Category: Academic. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Students. Cost: 0. Sponsor: SPEARS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. Contact Name: Angie Jungermann. Contact Phone: 405-744-5074. Contact Email: angela.jungermann@okstate.edu. Sunday, August 25, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM.

Employee Bootcamp

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: August 21 at 5 p.m. Employee Bootcamp is a 12-week exercise program focused on improving the cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, & flexibility of intermediate & advanced level participants. These high intensity workouts will include a variety of class formats utilizing various types of equipment in a team-oriented and supportive atmosphere. We will meet in the MAC Gym of the Colvin Recreation Center to utilize the indoor turf, fitness equipment such as squat racks, row machines, and more. We will meet 3 times per week (Mon, Wed, Fri) for a total of 35 sessions. Participants must choose ONE of the following class options: Mon/Wed/Fri: 5:45 - 6:35 a.m. https://form.jotform.com/241336178570155 Mon/Wed/Fri: 6:45 - 7:35 a.m. https://form.jotform.com/241336088977166 Participants must attend at least 28 of the 35 workout sessions (80%). Those who attend less than 28 workout sessions will be charged $40 to their bursar account. To register, complete the online registration form. For… Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Mac Gym. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free to benefits-eligible employees. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kimberly Beard. Contact Email: kimberly.beard@okstate.edu. Monday, August 26, 2024, 5:45 AM – Friday, November 15, 2024, 6:35 AM. For more info visit form.jotform.com.

100% Refund, Nonrestrictive Drop/Add Deadline

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Monday, August 26, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Employee Bootcamp

Department Of Wellness Registration Deadline: August 21 at 5 p.m. Employee Bootcamp is a 12-week exercise program focused on improving the cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, & flexibility of intermediate & advanced level participants. These high intensity workouts will include a variety of class formats utilizing various types of equipment in a team-oriented and supportive atmosphere. We will meet in the MAC Gym of the Colvin Recreation Center to utilize the indoor turf, fitness equipment such as squat racks, row machines, and more. We will meet 3 times per week (Mon, Wed, Fri) for a total of 35 sessions. Participants must choose ONE of the following class options: Mon/Wed/Fri: 5:45 - 6:35 a.m. https://form.jotform.com/241336178570155 Mon/Wed/Fri: 6:45 - 7:35 a.m. https://form.jotform.com/241336088977166 Participants must attend at least 28 of the 35 workout sessions (80%). Those who attend less than 28 workout sessions will be charged $40 to their bursar account. To register, complete the online registration form. For… Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Mac Gym. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Cost: Free to benefits-eligible employees. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kimberly Beard. Contact Email: kimberly.beard@okstate.edu. Monday, August 26, 2024, 6:45 PM – Friday, November 15, 2024, 7:35 PM. For more info visit form.jotform.com.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 27, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Part-Time Job and Volunteer Fair

Career Services (HIREOSUGRADS.COM) Looking for a part-time job? Interested in information about volunteering on-campus or in the Stillwater community? Join us at the Part-Time Job & Volunteer Fair on August 27th and plan to network with companies and organizations from both on and off campus. This event is casual, stop by in-between classes and come as you are!  Be sure to download the Career Fair Plus app in the Apple or GooglePlay store or access the web version (Career Fair Plus™) Here, you will be able to view registered employers, their open positions, and their booth location on the day of the fair. Resumes are not required but are encouraged. Need help preparing yours? Book an appointment with a Career Coach, who is happy to meet with you and help you prepare for this opportunity! Thank you to our sponsors! 7 Clans Casinos , InterWorks , Stan Clark Companies, Inc. Building: STUDENT UNION. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Recruitment. Professional Development. Audience: Alumni. Students. Sponsor: CAREER SERVICES (HIREOSUGRADS.COM). Contact Name: Career Services. Contact Email: careers@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 27, 2024, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit slate.okstate.edu.

ITA Workshop: Cultural Expectations and Instructional Situations in the American Classroom

Graduate College In the first workshop, we'll explore the instructional situations that are common in the American academic setting (e.g. office hours, lectures, discussions, etc). We'll also describe and practice some of the different cultural and language expectations in these various instructional situations. This first workshop will feature experienced multilingual instructors who will be available to facilitate discussions and answer questions you may have about their experience in the American classroom. Building: GENERAL ACADEMIC. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: B-09, GSSC Commons. Category: Academic. Professional Development. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Students. Contact Name: Dr. Nathan Horton. Contact Phone: (405) 744-6368. Contact Email: gradcareersuccess@okstate.edu. Tuesday, August 27, 2024, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit grad.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 28, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 28, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 28, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Startup Frenzy

Spears School Of Business Get ready to form a business overnight! Startup Frenzy is a thrilling, three-day adventure for OSU students eager to dive into the world of startups. Over one action-packed weekend, you'll pitch ideas, form dynamic teams, and be guided by expert mentors. You'll experience the exhilarating journey of launching a company from scratch! Whether you've got a brilliant idea or just want to learn the ropes of the startup process, this event is your gateway to entrepreneurial success! Event Dates: September 27-29, 2024. Building: BUSINESS BUILDING. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Leadership. Organization. Professional Development. Audience: Students. Cost: $15. Contact Name: Chad Mills. Contact Phone: 405.744.4350. Contact Email: chadhm@okstate.edu. Wednesday, August 28, 2024. For more info visit business.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Coffee and Climbing

Department Of Wellness Start your morning off right! Enjoy free coffee and climbing at the Colvin Climbing Wall. No membership or registration required! Other Dates: September 26 , October 17 , November 14 , December 5. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Climbing Wall. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: Free. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kat Bailey. Contact Email: kat.bailey10@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024, 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Dawn Patrol Climbing

Department Of Wellness Climbing wall members, join us for an early morning climb every Thursday! Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Room: Climbing Wall. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: Free with Climbing Wall Membership. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Kat Bailey. Contact Email: kat.bailey10@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024, 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Drop-in & Draw

OSU Museum Of Art Unleash your creativity at the OSU Museum of Art with 'Drop-in and Draw,' a free, weekly drawing session every Thursday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Immerse yourself in our inspiring galleries, where pencils and paper are provided for you to sketch the wonders around you. Open to everyone, this program is a perfect opportunity to relax, reflect, and nurture your inner artist through the simple, yet powerful medium of drawing. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Thursday, August 29, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years

OSU Museum Of Art An ArtFull Decade: Celebrating 10 Years commemorates the museum's remarkable journey of collecting and engaging with art over the past decade. Since its inception, the museum has been dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for art and providing engaging educational opportunities for all. Housed in a historic building designed by R. W. Shaw and funded by the U.S. Government Treasury in 1933, this landmark served as a federal post office until 1978. Acquired by Oklahoma State University in 2010, we opened our doors to the public in 2014 as an art museum. Over the years, our permanent collection has grown to over 5,600 pieces through generous contributions, including significant donations from the Leon Polk Smith Foundation, the George R. Kravis II estate, the Saul Steinberg Foundation, and private donors. Our diverse collection encompasses a broad spectrum of historical, contemporary, and culturally significant artworks. The museum’s focus is on works on paper and modern and contemporary American art and… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Art Exhibit: benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | benjamin harjo JR.: from here to there ON VIEW | June 11 - September 7, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, September 6 | 5–7 PM (light refreshments provided) Experience the work of renowned visual artist and Oklahoma State University alumnus, Benjamin Harjo Jr. The exhibition spans over four decades and features over 80 works from private collections rarely seen together. In partnership with the First Americans Museum, the closing reception will feature the debut of a monograph featuring over 125 illustrations, essays, remembrances, and poetry. Funding for the 2023/24 season of exhibitions and programs is provided by Malinda & Richard Fischer, Riccarda de Eccher & Bill Goldston, Caroline & John Linehan, Suzanne Sugg, and the OSU Museum of Art Advocates. LEARN MORE | https://museum.okstate.edu/art/benjamin-harjo-jr.html. Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Diversity. Family-friendly. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Jessica Teckemeyer | Healing Through Conflict

OSU Museum Of Art ART EXHIBITION | Healing Through Conflict ON VIEW | August 13 - October 19, 2024 RECEPTION | Friday, Sept. 13, 2024, 5–7 PM, Experience Jessica Teckemeyer's solo exhibition, Healing Through Conflict, a thought-provoking exploration of our collective past to foster healing amid present-day conflicts. Artist Jessica Teckemeyer creates mixed-media animal sculptures that delve into the intricacies of human nature. This series of works aims to prompt reflection on the normalization of violence in the United States. The creation of the new artwork Rivalry encourages viewers to engage in introspection and contemplation with the duality of forms. This series of sculptural pieces investigates complex socio-political topics, such as inequality and mass shootings. Jessica's artistic practice is dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of violence in contemporary culture. Through her sculptures, she captures fleeting moments that relate to cultural trauma and historic inequalities. The anthropomorphized… Building: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Type of Event: Ongoing event. Category: Arts and Culture. Community. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Cost: free. Sponsor: OSU MUSEUM OF ART. Contact Name: Casey Ihde. Contact Phone: 4057442780. Contact Email: museum@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024. For more info visit museum.okstate.edu.

Partial Refund, Restrictive Drop/Add Deadline

Academic Calendar Category: Academic. Audience: Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: Office of the Registrar. Contact Phone: 405-744-6876. Contact Email: registrar@okstate.edu. Type of Event: One-time event. Friday, August 30, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Oklahoma State University Cowboy Cross Country & Track vs Cowboy Preview

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowboy Cross Country & Track vs Cowboy Preview https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16480&sport_id=22. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024, 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Stillwater, OK, Greiner Family OSU Cross Country Course. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Cross Country & Track vs Cowboy Preview

Athletics Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Cross Country & Track vs Cowboy Preview https://admin.okstate.com/calendar.aspx?game_id=16486&sport_id=23. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Athletics. Audience: Alumni. Faculty & Staff. Public. Students. Contact Name: OSU Athletics. Contact Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU. Contact Email: tickets@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024, 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Stillwater, OK, Greiner Family OSU Cross Country Course. For more info visit admin.okstate.com.

Furry Friend Friday

Department Of Wellness An hour of pet therapy with Pete's Pet Posse "P3" every Friday to encourage mental health and wellness. Mental health handouts and prizes provided. Building: COLVIN RECREATION CENTER. Type of Event: One-time event. Category: Health/Wellness. Audience: Students. Cost: Free. Sponsor: DEPARTMENT OF WELLNESS. Contact Name: Ryane Draper. Contact Email: ryane.draper@okstate.edu. Friday, August 30, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM.