Inside OSU Podcast
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. 

Fighting Opioid Addiction

Fighting Opioid Addiction

August 27, 2019

Our guest this week is Dr. Kayse Shrum, President of the OSU Center for Health Sciences.  Dr. Shrum discusses addiction research, legal settlements, and the establishment of the OSU Center for Wellness and Recovery.  You can read more about how Oklahoma State University is working to fight opioid addiction in the fall 2019 issue of STATE Magazine ...

Looking Ahead to the 2019-2020 Academic Year

Looking Ahead to the 2019-2020 Academic Year

August 20, 2019

OStateTV’s Robyn Hearn sat down with Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis to discuss the major initiatives planned for the OSU campus during the 2019-2020 school year…

Tony Blair

Tony Blair

August 13, 2019

Burns Hargis speaks with Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.  In this interview recorded in 2011, Blair discusses how he got into politics, the War on Terror and talks about his experience playing in a band….

The Global View of the U.S. Elections

The Global View of the U.S. Elections

August 6, 2019
The heated 2016 presidential election changed the way many U.S. citizens, as well as citizens and leaders of other countries, view American democracy.  Why does it matter how other countries view American democracy? How did social media play a role in the 2016 election? What is the future of "fake news" as technology advances? 
OState TV's Molly Sughroue talks with the Dean of the Oklahoma State University School of Global Studies and Partnerships, Dr. Randy Kluver, and Assistant Professor Dr. Skye Cooley, to answer these questions and more highlighted in their recently published book, Global Media and Strategic Narratives in a Contested Democracy. 
Move-In Day

Move-In Day

July 30, 2019

School starts soon.  For many, this means leaving home and moving onto campus.  OStateTV’s Molly Sughroue sat down with Dr. Leon McClinton, Director of Housing and Residential Life, to find out what students and parents need to know while preparing for move-in day, and for life in a residential hall or campus apartment or suite….

Campus Safety

Campus Safety

July 23, 2019

There are simple steps you can take to make your campus experience a safe one. OStateTV's Molly Sughroue talks with campus Police Chief Leon Jones and Captain Colt Chandler at the Oklahoma State Police Department to answer questions and concerns regarding campus safety. 

The Basics About Greek Life

The Basics About Greek Life

July 16, 2019

What is it like when you join a sorority or fraternity?  What is the time commitment?  What are the advantages of joining?  OStateTV's Molly Sughroue sat down with members and leaders in Oklahoma State's Greek Life system to find out...

Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak

July 9, 2019

Apple brought the personal computer into homes in the 1970s, and to our phones in the 2000s.  It is now the world's largest information technology company and was the first company in the United States to obtain a market value of 1 trillion dollars.  Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sat down with Burns Hargis to talk about the creation of the first PC, the beginning of Apple and the future of artificial intelligence...

Dr. Bennet Omalu

Dr. Bennet Omalu

July 2, 2019

Researchers have been making strides in the field of neuropathology traumatic brain injury. Neuropathologist Bennett Omalu sits down with Burns Hargis to discuss his research on brain damage in American football players, the anatomy of the brain and he discovered chronic traumatic encephalopathy.  Omalu and his research are featured in the movie "Concussion" with Will Smith...

Things To Do In Stillwater

Things To Do In Stillwater

June 25, 2019
Stillwater might be known as a college town, but there is so much to do outside of school and studying. OStateTV's Molly Sughroue sits down with John Mark Day, the director of Campus Life and Leadership at Oklahoma State University, as well as members of the Visit Stillwater Tourist Center Christy Morrison and Nicole Horn, to discuss things to do in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 
Tim DuBois

Tim DuBois

June 18, 2019

Oklahoma State Alumnus Tim DuBois is a well-known writer, record executive, producer and manager. He earned two accounting degrees during his time at OSU, which have translated directly into his successful music career. DuBois sat down with Burns Hargis to discuss the challenges of the music industry and how his background in business was the key to his success. 

Journalist Rami Khouri

Journalist Rami Khouri

June 11, 2019

Understanding the ongoing conflict in the middle east is complicated. Differences in ideologies have resulted in wars and impact the entire world.  Rami Khouri is a journalist who has spent 50-years working in the middle east.  Burns Hargis sat down with Khouri to get his perspective on the conflicts in that region.