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Research Studies of People and Organizations, MGMT 4650 with Dr. Anna Lennard, Oklahoma State University - **Fall 2023: 1:30PM T/TR**

This class is geared toward students of all backgrounds (including non-business students) who are interested in learning more about research on human behavior in the workplace or strategic…

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2018 3 Minute Thesis Finals: Srijana Karki

Menstrual practices in Kathmandu Nepal: From Mechanism of Control to Source of Liberation.

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This Research Project is a Disaster: Research on Tap

The topic of this discussion is "This Research Project is a Disaster" featuring OSU Regents Professor of Sociology Dr. Duane Gill as he talks about his research of the impacts caused by the…

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A Story of Survival: From Trafficked to Honors Student: "Reclaiming my Life"

Difficult dialogues, College of Arts & Science (CAS), Department of Sociology, and Sociology Club sponsored a talk on Thursday Nov. 16th at 12:00-1:00 PM in Willard 010. This presentation is…

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College of Arts and Sciences

Learn about the College of Arts and Sciences at Oklahoma State University.

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Dr. Duane Gill Talks the About the Exxon Valdez Disaster

March 24 marks 25 years since the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Alaska. The Head of Sociology at OSU, Dr. Duane Gill, has been a part of a research team that has conducted research on the human impacts…

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OSU's Dr. Jeans Van Delinder Gives Insight on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Dr. Jean Van Delinder is an expert in social psychology of protest. Here she gives us some insight to civil rights protests, and the movement of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (original air date 1/17/14)

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Faculty Experts: Dr. Riley Dunlap

Dr. Dunlap is widely considered one of the founders of environmental sociology. He and a co-author helped establish the field in the late 1970s through a series of articles that not only defined…

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