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Oklahoma State University Land Acknowledgement
We acknowledge that the land granted to Oklahoma State University (OSU) was originally inhabited and cared for by First Americans. We also recognize and acknowledge that OSU resides and operates upon the territorial lands currently inhabited and preserved by citizens of the 39 sovereign Tribal Governments within Oklahoma. As a land-grant institution, OSU is committed to engaging in university and community efforts to represent and honor the proud cultural heritage and history of Native citizens throughout the state and nation, including our students, faculty, staff, and alumni. OSU continues to respect and serve the sovereignty of the original Indigenous People owners and protectors of these lands by cultivating and strengthening our institutional collaborations with sovereign Tribal Nations and their citizens.
A pioneer who broke racial barriers at Oklahoma State University, Nancy Randolph Davis will be honored on the 75th anniversary of her historic enrollment. The campus community is invited to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Davis’ enrollment as the first Black student at OSU during a celebration on Feb. 29, 2024.
Marriage and family therapy student Harmony Nelson was accepted into the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Minority Youth Fellowship Program.