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Nutritional Sciences grad students take top honors at OSU 3MT competition
Thu, November 8, 2018
Nutritional Sciences master’s students Kendall Anderson and Christina Sciarrillo...

OSU awarded $3.9 million from CDC to target obesity in Oklahoma
Tue, Sept 25, 2018
Oklahoma State University has been awarded nearly $4 million over the next five years by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to tackle Oklahoma’s obesity crisis.

NSCI honors excellence in graduate education

Thu, May 3, 2018
Faculty and students from the Department of Nutritional Sciences were among those honored during the College of Human Sciences’ 2018 Graduate Education Breakfast...

NSCI Honors Top 10 Seniors
Wed, April 4, 2018
The College of Human Sciences recently recognized the Top 10 Seniors from the Department of Nutritional Sciences for 2018.

OSU In The News: Glenpool Students Vie For Chance To Add New Lunch Menu Items
News Channel 6
Wed, February 14, 2018

Lana Duke named OSU senior of significance
Wed, Nov 22, 2017
College of Human Sciences student Lana Duke has been selected as an Oklahoma State University Senior of Significance for the ...

Stoecker recognized with research award
Mon, October 23, 2017
Barbara Stoecker, Oklahoma State University Regents Professor in nutritional sciences and the Marilynn Thoma Endowed Chair, has been recognized by the Kansas State University College of Human Ecology...

DeWitt and Kirskey Selected as OSU Top Ten Freshmen
Mon, October 9, 2017
College of Human Sciences students Cole DeWitt and Kaitlyn Kirksey were recently announced as Oklahoma State University Top 10 Freshmen for 2016-17.

Nutritional Sciences Faculty and Graduate Students at SNEB
Fri, August 11, 2017
Jennie Till and Bradyn Powell, Nutritional Sciences Master’s Degree students and Dietetic Interns, accompanied Dr. Deana Hildebrand and Dr. Gail Gates...

Dr. Stephen Clarke named interim department head in Nutritional Sciences in the College of Human Sciences
Wed, August 9, 2017
Clarke is succeeding Dr. Nancy Betts who retired July 1 after more than 12 years as NSCI department head. Under her leadership, NSCI undergraduate...

Autumn Only A Chief Featured in New York Times as a First Generation College Graduate
Wed, May 31, 2017
Getting into college and making it through can be hard no matter what your circumstances. But for first-generation students - the first in their families to attend college - the challenges are even greater...

 

NSCI Interns’ Posters Take Top Honors
Wed, April 27, 2017
Each year nutritional sciences first-year dietetic enter nutrition education posters at the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Oklahoma State Conference for the Laura K. Savage Creativity in Nutrition Education Award. 

Babajide Ojo Receives Outstanding PhD Student Honor
Fri, April 21, 2017
Nutritional sciences doctoral student Babajide Ojo is the 2017 College of Human Sciences Outstanding Graduate Student Award at the PhD Level. Ojo’s main research interest is the impact of diet on gut microbiome and its clinical outcomes...

Teresa Jackson Recognized for Mentoring Undergraduates in Research

Fri, April 21, 2017
Nutritional Sciences PhD student Teresa Jackson received the College of Human Sciences Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Research Award. The award recognizes outstanding mentoring of undergraduates of graduate students in research activities outside of classroom teaching...

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES GRAD JOANN MILLSAP PEGUES MAKES A LASTING IMPRESSION
Since graduating with a degree in nutritional sciences in 1961, Jo Ann Millsap Pegues has been making a difference in the lives of untold thousands of people...


BRENDA SMITH NAMED REGENTS PROFESSOR BY OSU
Dr. Brenda Smith, the John and Sue Taylor Professor in nutritional sciences, has been named a Regents Professor at Oklahoma State University...

AS ONE OF ONLY 40 APPLICANTS SELECTED, TERESA JACKSON SELECTED FOR NEW NATIONAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM TO BUILD CULTURE OF HEALTH
As one of only 40 applicants selected, Teresa Jackson, MS, RDN, LD, graduate student in the Department of Nutritional Sciences in the College of Human Sciences at Oklahoma State University, joins Health Policy Research Scholars, a new program led by Johns Hopkins University with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation....

BARBARA STOECKER NAMED TO OKLAHOMA HIGHER EDUCATION HALL OF FAME

Nutritional Sciences Regents Professor Barbara Stoecker has been selected for induction into the 2016 Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.....

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES DOCTORAL STUDENT NAMED OSU GRADUATE COLLEGE AMBASSADOR
Babajide Ojo is a doctoral student and a graduate teaching/research assistant in the Nutritional Sciences Department of the College of Human Sciences...... 


LESLIE FARIS - 2016 OSU OUTSTANDING SENIOR

Leslie Farias is a Nutritional Sciences senior from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was named a 2016 Oklahoma State University Outstanding Senior on April 18...... 

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES TOP TEN SENIORS
Nutritional Sciences names top ten seniors...

Nutritional Sciences’ Leslie Farias named Outstanding Senior at OSU 
Leslie Farias, a nutritional sciences senior in the College of Human Sciences, has been named a 2016 Outstanding Senior by the Oklahoma State University Alumni Association.

2015 Faculty and Staff Award
The College of Human Sciences recognized the 2015 Faculty and Staff Award recipients during the annual Holiday Celebration in Taylor’s Dining Room.....


 

STOECKER RECEIVES OSU REGENTS DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH AWARD
Dr. Barbara Stoecker, nutritional sciences professor, received the Regents Distinguished Research Award on Dec. 1, 2015....

 

BRENDA SMITH RECEIVED UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH MENTOR IN HUMAN SCIENCES AWARD
Dr. Brenda Smith has been named the 2015 Undergraduate Research Mentor by the Board of Human Sciences....


NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES’ STUDENT CROWNED MISS AMERICAN INDIAN
Autumn Only A Chief, the newly crowned Miss American Indian Oklahoma State University 2015, plans to use her position and education to promote nutritional health among Native Americans...

COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES PROFESSOR PREDICTS ANCIENT BERRY’S RICH FUTURE
Little red and orange wolfberries have been used in China for centuries to ensure longevity and treat age-related conditions of the liver and the eye...



NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES' ERICA CROCKETT NAMED NIBLACK SCHOLAR
Research project is looking at the cellular communication between epithelial and immune cells in the gut and how they respond when treated with specific fruit components called polyphenols....