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OSU wins national community engagement honor

November 16 2017

OSU wins national community engagement honorThe Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) announced at its annual meeting in Washington, D.C., Sunday night that Oklahoma State University is the winner of its national community outreach award for 2017. The C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship recognizes how colleges have redesigned their learning, discovery and engagement missions to become even more involved with their communities.

OSU encourages students to study beyond Stillwater

November 3 2017

Emily Hyde From Iceland to the Virgin Islands, Oklahoma State University offers students several options for personal and professional growth as they live and study across the U.S. and around the world.

Almost 200 OSU Students Briefly Experienced Life under Intense Poverty

October 30 2017

In spite of the rapid pace of technological change and economic development around the world, approximately half the world’s population continues to live on an income of less than US$2 per day. It is this overwhelming statistic that motivates many Oklahoma State University faculty and students to focus their energies on addressing this endemic global issue.

View and vote on exchange student's video about adjusting to life at OSU

October 23 2017

One of our exchange students from Peru, Sebastian Bayona, created a nice little video on his adjustment to living in the USA: Click here to view and vote!

Expo brings international flavors to OSU event

October 5 2017

By David Bitton/Stillwater News Pressdbitton@stwnewspress.com

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International Events

Nov

29

U.S. - Mexico: Current Bilateral Relations

Rodolfo Quilantán Arenas is originally from Saltillo, Coahuila, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Law from the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila. He obtained a master’s degree with emphasis in National Security at the Colegio de Defensa Nacional, in Mexico City. He also studied U.S. Law at the University of New Mexico in the City of Albuquerque.

Since 1985 Consul Quilantán has served in the Mexican Consulates around the world, in cities such as, Antwerp, Belgium; Milan Italy; Los Angles, California; Guayaquil, Ecuador and Brownsville, Texas. Additionally, he served as Legal Affairs Advisor at the Mexican Embassy in Washington D.C. for five years. Furthermore, he has written articles on foreign politics, diplomacy and protection to Mexican nationals and is the author of two books titled: The Death Penalty and Consular Protection and Mexico in Culture.

Nov

29

Controversial Policies Under Trump’s Administration

Panel discussion hosted by Sigma Iota Rho

November 29 at 5:00 pm

Student Union Oklahoma Room (SU 450)

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