The Division Triangle

June 2018


We hope you are enjoying the beginning of summer and the sweeping changes it brings – from graduation commencements at high schools and universities to wheat harvest across the plains of Oklahoma. Speaking of changes, we are celebrating a name change. The Department of Animal Science will become the Department of Animal and Food Sciences on July 1. The new name builds on a long tradition of collaboration between the animal and food science industries.
Please enjoy the other stories below, which highlight just a few of the ways our work improves the quality of life for Oklahomans, their families and communities. We are showcasing recent accomplishments of our students, a comprehensive response to sugarcane aphid infestations that helped grain sorghum producers save more than $7 million annually, partnerships with tribal nations to cultivate heirloom crops and more.
Until next time, 

Thomas G. Coon
Vice President for Agricultural Programs
Oklahoma State University

Megan DeVuyst

Students receive scholarships, awards at annual banquet
Choctaw greenhouse project

Growing hope and heritage
Mason Bolay

Sweet success for sorghum growers
Department of Animal and Food Sciences
OSU’s Department of Animal Science shows progression with new name 

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