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A Global Impact in Health, Well-Being and Education

True to Oklahoma State University’s land-grant mission, the College of Education and Human Sciences is doing important work that responds to United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals (SDGs). Through our research, outreach and stewardship, we are making a global impact.

SDG #3

Good Health and Well-Being
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.

SDG #4

Quality Education
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Videos

Academic units in the College of Education and Human Sciences share examples of how they support U.N. Sustainable Development Goals through OSU's land-grant mission.

nutrition poster presentation

Nutritional Sciences

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Human Development Lab

Design, Housing & Merchandising

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counseling session

Community Health Sciences, Counseling & Counseling Psychology

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special needs student

Human Development & Family Science

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KAHR students

Kinesiology, Applied Health & Recreation

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elementary student

Teaching, Learning & Educational Sciences

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News Stories

 

Education:

NASA award to bring earth and space science to Native American communities

Counseling master’s student empowers underrepresented students in STEM

Ahead of the curve: How OSU prepares aspiring teachers for the digital classroom

Teacher outreach around the world

Pandemic Perseverance: How the College of Education and Human Sciences continues to meet the challenge of COVID-19

OSU provides educational resources for families

 

Health and Well-Being:

Nutritional sciences grad seeks to feed the world

Outreach with Ghanaian liberal arts university

A Healthy Future

Protecting First Responders

OSU professor focused on innovations in senior memory care

Despite pandemic, Co-Parenting for Resilience families persevere

Nutritional sciences faculty lead diabetes prevention

Safe Routes to School, food pantries increase community resilience

 

 

 

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