Danielle N. Lee, a postdoctoral associate in zoology at Oklahoma State University, will be honored by the White House on Wednesday, Feb. 26 as one of 10 “Champions of Change” being recognized for innovation in creating diversity and access in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
When we were children we all, at one time or another, made the idle threat that we would run away from home and join the circus. Some of us may have even made it to the end of the block before hurrying back home. Oklahoma State University’s Lee Brasuell is the rare adult who found both a home and a circus as the theatre department’s assistant professor of technical direction and production management.
A selection of 34 photographs of historic barns in Oklahoma taken by OSU professor of geography Brad Bays, is now on display at The Coffee House, located at 3rd and Knoblock, near the southeast corner of the Oklahoma State University campus. The photos were taken as part of a five-year project to locate and document Oklahoma's most architecturally and historically significant barns.