An Oklahoma State University researcher recently traveled to Namibia, located in southwest Africa, to establish a relationship with the University of Namibia in hopes of combating one of the world’s most problematic parasites.
As the New Frontiers Agricultural Hall is taking shape on the Oklahoma State University campus, the Ferguson College of Agriculture family eagerly awaits the completion of the new, state-of-the-art facility. Baylee Bowen, Easton Fraser and Hailey Spray are three students pursuing degrees in the OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture and will experience opportunities in the new building when it opens in fall 2024.
The Green County Giggers Association will host its annual fish gigging tournament at Lake Eucha near Jay, Oklahoma, this weekend. Oklahoma State University researchers took interest in the tournament because they wanted to learn more about sucker fish populations.
The Oklahoma Water Resources Center has partnered with Texas A&M University and the Oklahoma Conservation Commission to improve water quality and quantity assessments and forecasting in the state through the Oklahoma Hydrologic and Water Quality System.