Inside OSU Podcast
Competing to Innovate the Next Great Food Product

Competing to Innovate the Next Great Food Product

January 24, 2022

After a two year hiatus, the David Howard Food & Beverage Product Innovation Competition returns to Oklahoma State. In this episode of the Inside OSU Podcast, Meghan Robinson speaks with Chuck Willoughby, the manager for marketing relations at the Food and Agricultural Products Center. They discuss deadlines for entry, past products and how members of the public can taste test and help judge.

Interview with Soledad O’Brien

Interview with Soledad O’Brien

January 13, 2022

Soledad O’Brien is an award-winning journalist, documentarian, speaker, author and philanthropist. Throughout her impressive career, she has been a key contributor to NBC, CNN and other major networks. In 2013, she launched Soledad O’Brien productions – a company dedicated to telling stories on a range of social issues. O'Brien joins Meghan Robinson via Zoom on this episode of the Inside OSU podcast. They discuss the importance of continuing to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and how to have difficult conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion.

 

Getting in Shape in 2022

Getting in Shape in 2022

January 10, 2022

Losing weight and getting more exercise are popular New Year’s resolutions. The OSU Department of Wellness wants to help students, staff and the community achieve fitness goals. In this episode of the Inside OSU Podcast, Dallas Haggerty speaks with Dr. Todd Misener, Chief Wellness Officer at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Misener discusses programs that OSU offers to help maintain physical and mental wellness….

Pistol Pete 92: Michael Albright

Pistol Pete 92: Michael Albright

December 27, 2021

Growing up, Michael Albright loved super heroes and his favorite was Oklahoma State's Pistol Pete. He'd even dress up as the mascot for fun. In 2020, Michael's dream came true when he was named the 92nd Pistol Pete. In this week's Inside OSU podcast, Meghan Robinson sat down with Michael to learn more about the audition process, game day routine and his favorite memory as Pete...

Join Meghan as she spends "24 Hours with Pistol Pete" at insideosu.com....

Pistol Pete 91: Parker Wilson

Pistol Pete 91: Parker Wilson

December 20, 2021

For Parker Wilson, being Pistol Pete runs in the family. His dad was OSU's Mascot in the late 80s and Parker has carried on the tradition the last two years. In this week's Inside OSU podcast, Meghan Robinson spoke with Parker to learn what it's like being the 91st Pistol Pete...

Join Meghan as she spends "24 Hours with Pistol Pete" at insideosu.com....

Netflix Stars Madison Bailey and Gaten Matarazzo Visit OSU

Netflix Stars Madison Bailey and Gaten Matarazzo Visit OSU

December 13, 2021

Netflix stars Madison Bailey (Outerbanks) and Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things) were invited to speak at OSU by the OSU Speakers Board.  During their visit, they had a chance to sit down with Inside OSU's Channing Nessmith to discuss their background, what it's like to have a Netflix show and what their words of wisdom are for college students....

Scaling Up Recipes: How to Bake Enough Cookies for Santa and His Elves

Scaling Up Recipes: How to Bake Enough Cookies for Santa and His Elves

December 6, 2021

It's common practice to leave cookies out for Santa on Christmas Eve, but what if you want to make a batch big enough for his entire workshop? On this week's Inside OSU Podcast, Meghan Robinson speaks with Dr. Darren Scott, a food scientist at Oklahoma State University's Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center. Dr. Scott provides expertise on how to scale up recipes for large groups this holiday season...

Understanding Human Trafficking and Anti-Trafficking Service Provisions

Understanding Human Trafficking and Anti-Trafficking Service Provisions

November 29, 2021

Human trafficking is broadly defined and commonly practiced in various ways across the United States. In this episode of the Inside OSU podcast, Meghan Robinson speaks with Dr. Corinne Schwarz, an assistant professor of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies at OSU. Her research is broadly based on how gender violence and justice operate in society. More specifically, it looks at anti-trafficking service provisions.

 

The OSU Spirit Rider

The OSU Spirit Rider

November 22, 2021

The Spirit Rider and Bullet are fan favorites at Oklahoma State football games. Inside OSU's Maggie Burke went to Bullet's home at Stone Ridge Ranch. She rode horseback along with the 2021 Spirit Rider, Cadlyn Smith, to get an inside look at how Cadlyn prepares to ride Bullet across Boone Pickens Stadium....

Research on Tap:  Food Police to the Rescue

Research on Tap: Food Police to the Rescue

November 15, 2021

There are many job-related factors that can set off a heart attack for first responders, including physical exertion, extreme temperatures and even smoke inhalation.  There can also be a root cause of the heart attack—underlying heart disease associated with lifestyle factors that can be changed.  Our guest this week is Dr. Jill Joyce from the OSU Tactical Fitness and Nutrition Lab.  Dr. Joyce will describe the research she is conducting to help our first responders…

First Generation Student Day

First Generation Student Day

November 8, 2021

November 8 is First Generation Student day - celebrating those who became the first of their family to attend college. In this week's Inside OSU Podcast, we spotlight two members of the Cowboy Family who are first-generation students. Meghan Robinson sat down with Ken Eastman, Dean of Spears School of Business, and Rosa Gorham, OSU's First-Generation Organization president. They discuss the challenges they faced, how their career goals shifted and what it means to be first-generation college student. 

Where Have All the Insects Gone? The Recent Decline of Pests in Wheat

Where Have All the Insects Gone? The Recent Decline of Pests in Wheat

October 25, 2021

This week's guest is Dr. Kris Giles, Regents Professor in Entomology and Plant Pathology
Over the past 25 years, three factors have interacted and resulted in a decline of insect pests in wheat: climate change; new strategies in wheat breeding; and the conservation of beneficial insects. Dr. Giles will describe the complex interaction of these factors....

100 Years of America’s Greatest Homecoming

100 Years of America’s Greatest Homecoming

October 18, 2021

Next week, Oklahoma State University will celebrate the 100th anniversary of America's Greatest Homecoming.  On this week’s podcast, Inside OSU’s Meghan Robinson visits with David Peters, Head of OSU Archives, to discuss how homecoming has evolved over the last 100 years. Then, Meghan is joined by Centennial Executive Director, Ariel Scholten, for a preview of this year's festivities...

Researching Black Bears in Oklahoma

Researching Black Bears in Oklahoma

October 11, 2021

Almost 100 years ago, black bears resided in Oklahoma before unregulated hunting and habitat changes wiped out the black bear population in the state. Over the past ten years, these bears have returned to some part of the state. For most of that decade, OSU professor Sue Fairbanks has taken graduate students to research the bears. She just returned from southeastern Oklahoma after researching in the field for the summer. Maggie Burke sat down with Professor Fairbanks and PhD student Courtney Dotterweich to discuss black bears in Oklahoma, where they came from, and where new sightings of black bears in the state are taking their research next…

Introducing Dr. Jon Pedersen, Dean of OSU’s College of Education and Human Sciences

Introducing Dr. Jon Pedersen, Dean of OSU’s College of Education and Human Sciences

October 4, 2021

Oklahoma State University's College of Education and Human Sciences is welcoming a new dean, Dr. Jon Pedersen, to Stillwater. Dr. Pedersen has spent 30 years working in higher education. He joins OStateTV's Meghan Robinson to discuss his career, hobbies, and plans for OSU CEHS in this episode of the Inside OSU Podcast….

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