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Improving Lives Through Research

Learn more about our cutting-edge research programs that support people across their lifespan.

Alliance on Aging

This network of faculty and students focuses on health, social interactions and physical environments to improve quality of life for aging adults.

Center for Educational Research and Evaluation

We offer expertise in advanced statistical and psychometric methods, research design and evaluation.

Center for Family Resilience

With a commitment to discovering solutions for families, the OSU-Tulsa center works with human and social service agencies to strengthen resilience. 

Center for Immigrant Health and Education

 Committed to improving the well-being of immigrant populations.

Center for Public Life

We aim to improve the way communities discuss important public issues by providing resources, training and support needed to facilitate deliberative dialogue and positive change.

Center for Research on STEM Teaching and Learning

This collaborative effort focuses on improving teaching and learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics across K-20 education. 

Center for Developmental Disabilities

Learning and working alongside individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, we aim to enhance quality of life for all.

Joint Center for Student Affairs Research and Professional Practice

This center promotes international collaboration that advances both research and practice in the field of student affairs.


Combining curriculum and expertise from NASA and OSU, the STEM Pathway Activities Consortium for Education offers STEM education opportunities for students and educators nationwide.

Native Earth | Native Sky

This program is a cooperative agreement between OSU and NASA aimed at developing culturally relevant STEM programming with Oklahoma Native American nations.

R is for Thursday

We equip individuals in Oklahoma and beyond to support college-bound foster youth/alumni, foster alumni and other hidden populations attending college.

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