Inside OSU Podcast
How Sled Dogs Keep Going

How Sled Dogs Keep Going

December 10, 2019

Physiological Sciences professor Dr. Michael Davis discusses his research into the metabolic secrets of fatigue resistance in sled dogs. Through cutting-edge biomedical research in one of the most remote and inhospitable environments in the world, Davis and his team use data from sled dogs to help understand how we can improve our own endurance...

Technology and Public Diplomacy: The Next Ten Years

Technology and Public Diplomacy: The Next Ten Years

December 3, 2019

Shawn Powers is the Chief Strategy Officer for the United States Agency for Global Media.  In this week’s Inside OSU Podcast, Dr. Powers discusses how emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, can impact the field of public diplomacy….

OSU Athletics with Mike Holder

OSU Athletics with Mike Holder

November 25, 2019

Burns Hargis sits down with Oklahoma State University Athletic Director Mike Holder.  They discuss college football, what traits Holder looks for in his coaches, the opening of O’Brate Stadium and the future of OSU athletics…

Resilience Matters

Resilience Matters

November 19, 2019

Dr. Liesel Ritchie, Associate Professor in Sociology, discusses her research on how communities cope with disasters and why resilience matters.

Winston Churchill’s Granddaughter

Winston Churchill’s Granddaughter

November 12, 2019

Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during a turbulent time.  His leadership, along with an unconventional alliance with Joseph Stalin and Franklin Roosevelt, led Britain and the Allies to victory in World War II.

 Celia Sandys is Winston Churchill’s granddaughter.   She’s also an author who has written many books about the late Prime Minister.  Sandys recently spoke at OSU’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts and provided an inside look at one of the great names in world history.

A Purposeful Brand : The Power Behind Airbnb with Jonathan Mildenhall

A Purposeful Brand : The Power Behind Airbnb with Jonathan Mildenhall

November 5, 2019

Jonathan Mildenhall, the former chief marketing executive of Airbnb, helped create “a world where anyone can belong anywhere.” Jonathan was named one of the world’s most influential CMO’s by Forbes magazine in 2017. He sat down with OStateTV’s Julia Benbrook to discuss the purposeful branding that brought Airbnb to the top of its market.

A Perspective on East Asian International Relations with Ted Gilman

A Perspective on East Asian International Relations with Ted Gilman

October 29, 2019

Ted Gilman, the Executive Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, is an expert in East Asian international relations.  Dr. Randy Kluver sat down with Gilman to discuss the ever-changing geopolitics in East Asia and to get his perspective on the possible outcomes for the region and the world.

Engineering the Immune System

Engineering the Immune System

October 22, 2019

Chemical engineering professor Dr. Heather Fahlenkamp discusses producing artificial tissue for organs and developing artificial immune systems for medical research models. The goal is to create an artificial pancreas and lungs as well as an allergy model to test treatments for diseases and allergies without risking human health.

Homecoming 2019: ‘As the World Turns Orange’

Homecoming 2019: ‘As the World Turns Orange’

October 14, 2019

This week is Homecoming on the Oklahoma State University campus.  OStateTV’s Robyn Hearn visits with Blaire Atkinson, president of the OSU Alumni Association; and Caleb Eyster, the Homecoming Executive Director, to discuss the events planned for “America’s Greatest Homecoming Celebration.”

The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts

The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts

October 8, 2019

The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts is opening this week with weekend performances by the New York Philharmonic.  OStateTV's Julia Benbrook sat down with Mark Blakeman, the Marilynn and Carl Thoma Executive Director of the McKnight Center to discuss opening weekend and the upcoming season.  They also discussed the design of the building, and the impact the center will have on the state of Oklahoma, the city of Stillwater, and the students at Oklahoma State University.

Cowboy Stampede Rodeo

Cowboy Stampede Rodeo

October 1, 2019

Saddle up Cowboys, it's time for the rodeo!  The OSU Cowboy Stampede Rodeo is this month.  OStateTV's Robyn Hearn sits down with OSU Rodeo Team Coach Cody Hollingsworth and team member Kenna McNeill to learn more about preparing to be in the rodeo....

The Modern University Library

The Modern University Library

September 24, 2019

Today's university library takes the learning experience to a new level through the use of state-of-the-art technology. OStateTV's Robyn Hearn takes us to the Edmon Low Library to find out about the programs that the library offers to enhance student learning, including a new initiative aimed at reducing textbook costs for students...

Navigating the Financial Aid Process

Navigating the Financial Aid Process

September 17, 2019

OStateTV’s Robyn Hearn sits down with Chad Blew, Director of Scholarships and Financial Aid at Oklahoma State University.  They discuss the FAFSA, and common questions regarding the financial aid process…. 

Bringing Cosmic Rays Down To Earth: A Journey Toward A New Understanding Of Soil, Water, And Life

Bringing Cosmic Rays Down To Earth: A Journey Toward A New Understanding Of Soil, Water, And Life

September 10, 2019

Measuring soil moisture is critical for farmers, firefighters, even gardeners.  Dr. Tyson Ochsner, professor in Plant and Soil Sciences, discusses new ways to measure soil moisture, including the use of cosmic rays.  

This podcast was recorded at Research on Tap.  Research on Tap is held on the third Monday at every month at Stillwater's Iron Monk Brewery.  The public is invited to hear presentations from leading researchers at Oklahoma State University....

Student Affairs: How Life Outside the Classroom Impacts Life Inside the Classroom

Student Affairs: How Life Outside the Classroom Impacts Life Inside the Classroom

September 3, 2019

Housing, dining, health, wellness and career services are all part of the mission of the Division of Student Affairs. Burns Hargis sits down with Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Doug Hallenbeck, to discuss how life outside the classroom impacts students' performance inside the classroom. In the interview, Hallenbeck provides advice to students and their parents on steps they can take to make the university experience a success.