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Charles Ford - Framing History
Former state Sen. Charles Ford has led the way in framing the history of the Oklahoma Capitol.
Gallery Provides Learning Experiences
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art provides opportunities for students to experience art through exhibitions and programs.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1646
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at the impact early childhood education has on our workforce.
Charles Ford - Framing Oklahoma’s History
Former state Sen. Charles Ford has led the way in framing the history of the Oklahoma Capitol.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1345
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at some small aircraft that are making a big impact in the world of aerospace.
High-Speed Aircraft Competition
Speedfest is an exciting event that is intended to foster enthusiasm for aviation and unmanned aircraft design.
OSU Flies to Forefront in UAV Research
Oklahoma State University is leading the way with the nation’s first graduate program in unmanned aerial systems.
Austin Moore - Uganda Food Problem
We visit with SUNUP Correspondent Austin Moore about the food insecurity issues in Uganda.
Final Thoughts - Uganda
Oklahoma State University SUNUP Correspondent Austin Moore offers final thoughts on the food insecurity issue in Uganda.
Dick Crowder – Agriculture Facts
As incomes rise around the world, so does food consumption, which translates into a tremendous opportunity for American agriculture.
Ag Grads Needed
A demand for students with an agricultural degree has ag enrollment numbers at a record high.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1251
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we give an update from the 2007 Mali trip, talk about foreign aid and learn about land grant universities' 150th birthday.
What are Land Grant Schools?
Tasty Oklahoma Pecans
Oklahoma pecan growers hit a rough patch the past few years. Everything from drought to ice storms has taken its toll on recent crops. But things are looking ...
Water Runoff
Value Added: Americans love their lawns, but a recent study shows the average homeowner applies six times more chemicals per acre than a farmer does. We look ...
Economic Outlook 2012 - Looking Forward in 2012
When it comes to the economy, the path to recovery points toward Oklahoma's booming energy sector.
Compressed Natural Gas Bus
Value Added: It’s now estimated the United States may have enough natural gas to fuel our country for another century. The challenge now is how to get our ...
Heather Yates -- Female Engineers Needed
Value Added: We continue our visit with Heather Yates, an engineer and associate professor of construction management at Oklahoma State University, about why ...
UAV Speedfest - Remaining Safe During Warfare By Air
Modern American warfare has changed dramatically in recent years as pilots are being trained to operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's) which allow them to ...
Busing the Natural Gas Way
Value Added: The United States may have enough natural gas to fuel our country for another century. The challenge is how to get our vehicles running on it.
Sierra Leone Reflections - Part 1
Value Added: We visit with the OSU students and get their reactions to the trip.
Sierra Leone Reflections - Part 2
Value Added: We continue our visit with the OSU students and get their reactions to the trip.
Jeff Hattey and Mike Dicks - Reflections on Sierra Leone
Value Added: We have an in-depth discussion with the trip’s leaders on everything from working in the developing world to the benefits of making such journeys.
Veteran Life After War
We introduce you to some disabled American veterans hoping to turn their military sacrifices into civilian success.
Hearts for Haiti
When a 7.0 earthquake struck the capitol of Haiti earlier this year, a young Oklahoman knew he needed to help; and in doing so, changed lives both here in the ...
Todd Halihan - Haiti Earthquake
We visit with Dr Todd Halihan, Geology Professor at Oklahoma State University, about the earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti, earlier this year was just ...
Kyle Dean - Oklahoma vs. Texas
We visit with OSU Economic Researcher, Kyle Dean, about the growing dependence Oklahoma and Texas have on each other.
Water Runoff
Americans love their lawns, but a recent study shows the average homeowner applies six times the chemicals per acre than a farmer does. We look at the costs of ...
UAVs
The use of military drones has dramatically changed the demands on modern day pilots. Unmanned aerial vehicles, called UAVs, are being credited with lowering ...
Jamey Jacob - Unmanned Arial Vehicles
We visit with OSU's Jamey Jacob about the future of UAVs and aerospace in Oklahoma.