Inside OSU Podcast
Dialogue on Architectural Illustrations–Research on Tap

Dialogue on Architectural Illustrations–Research on Tap

March 14, 2022

Moh'd Bilbeisi’s area of expertise is in graphic communication in general, especially culturally biased graphic communication and authenticity. His research focuses on the philosophy between theory and ideals in contemporary architectural illustration. He hopes to offer ways to determine the authenticity of a graphic message in terms of authorship, truthfulness and intent of purpose.

Bilbeisi sits down with Dr. Kenneth Sewell, Oklahoma State University Vice President of Research, for this week's Inside OSU Podcast...

 

The First Woman on the OSU Board of Regents, Carolyn Savage

The First Woman on the OSU Board of Regents, Carolyn Savage

March 7, 2022
Carolyn Savage graduated from Oklahoma A&M (now Oklahoma State University) in 1953 and began working as a substitute teacher while her husband served in the Armed Forces. In the late 1970s, she was asked to join the OSU Board of Regents, and was the first woman ever in the role - serving two terms. Meghan Robinson zoomed with Carolyn to learn more about her time on the board, the role of a regent and what Oklahoma State means to her.
 
Wildfire Season

Wildfire Season

February 28, 2022

Winter and early spring bring wildfire season to Oklahoma. This time period features the driest and windiest months of the year. In this Inside OSU Podcast, Meghan Robinson speaks with John Weir, a fire ecology specialist with OSU Extension. They discuss the risks and how you can protect your property and belongings from wildfire...

Pete’s Pantry

Pete’s Pantry

February 21, 2022

Food insecurity is defined as being without access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. In 2018 a study found that 43% of Oklahoma State University Students had been food insecure at some point that year. The OSU Student Government Association wanted to help out by opening a food pantry for students to utilize whenever needed.  Maggie Burke has more...

Center Stage with Sarah Coburn

Center Stage with Sarah Coburn

February 14, 2022

Sarah Coburn is an Oklahoma State alumna and an internationally known opera singer. In 2014 Coburn performed at "A Night of Orange and Black", a concert that launched the campaign to build what would be known as the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts at Oklahoma State University. Coburn recently returned to OSU to perform at the McKnight Center, and to teach masterclasses at the Greenwood School of Music. Inside OSU's Meghan Robinson had an opportunity to speak to Coburn before her concert....

College Sports, ”Amateurism” in Flux:  Research on Tap

College Sports, ”Amateurism” in Flux: Research on Tap

February 8, 2022

Since the mid-1900s, the NCAA has described college sports as following an “amateurism” model that revolved around athletes being compensated primarily through scholarships, as opposed to salaries or through endorsement deals. In the summer of 2021, however, everything changed. The Alston Supreme Court decision ruled that the NCAA’s caps on academic aid is a violation of antitrust law.

In this episode of the Inside OSU Podcast, Dr. John Holden, assistant professor at the Spears School of Business sits down with Dr. Kenneth Sewell, Vice President of Research at Oklahoma State University. Holden discusses the new rules surrounding college sports and how players get paid....

Understanding the Issues with the Supply Chain

Understanding the Issues with the Supply Chain

January 31, 2022

You’ve probably noticed empty shelves on recent trips to the grocery store. They are a result of a breakdown in the supply chain. In this week’s Inside OSU podcast, Meghan Robinson speaks with Ted Washington, a professor of supply chain management at the Spears School of Business. They discuss why we are seeing problems with the supply chain, the long term effects and when we can expect improvement...

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.

 

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