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For the third year Oklahoma State University will host young entrepreneurs from across Africa for the Mandela Washington Fellowship Institute for Young African Leaders. Hosted by the Spears School of Business and the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources (CASNR), 25 Mandela Washington Fellows will spend six weeks this summer at OSU attending classes and leadership programs and interacting with Oklahoma entrepreneurs for practical know-how about how U.S. businesses work.
Nearly 30 veterans from across the United States will travel to Oklahoma State University to participate in the 10th annual Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP), an eight-month program that includes an intensive, eight-day entrepreneurial boot camp on the Stillwater campus Feb. 16-23.
A team of two Oklahoma State University students won the Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition with its startup business plan for Contraire, a predictive analysis control system designed to provide near real-time wastewater test measurements.
Several Oklahoma State University personnel actions were approved during the OSU/A&M Board of Regents meeting Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Judges have chosen the top mobile app concepts in Phase One of the “From Research to App Competition” at Oklahoma State University. The panel of judges are sending the two concepts to the competition’s second phase next spring.
Dr. Craig Watters will head the new Riata Institute for Global Social Entrepreneurship.
National radio correspondent Robert Smith promises a peek behind the scenes of his popular NPR show Planet Money when he visits Oklahoma State University in November. Smith also promises to bring business and economic news to life, to even make it “sparkle.”
The Riata Center for Entrepreneurship is offering a yoga class, free of charge, to students and faculty, in an effort to relieve stress.