Hello again!

It is my pleasure to share the latest Division Triangle newsletter. As summer winds down, we extend well wishes to new and returning students, as well as professors, researchers and scientists diving into new classes and projects. Extension educators and 4-H members are heading into the height of fair season, and we wish everyone the best of luck.

Please enjoy the stories below. They stand as testimony to our commitment to helping people in Oklahoma and beyond on a wide range of topics. For example, did you know our scientists are studying the behavior of plants to help fight cancer?

Finally, be sure to tell us how we can help you with your business, farm, family or community. Contact your county Extension office or interact with us on social media. Until next time -- have a terrific fall.

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

Cancer Research
OSU researchers steal from nature to inhibit cancer
Brady Sidwell
Whether red or white, OSU-developed wheat is golden to Oklahoma growers
Damona Doye
OSU alumna and Extension economist Damona Doye awarded her profession's highest honor
Drought tolerant turfgrass
OSU develops Bermuda grass that can decrease water bills

Division Highlights

Fall Events

Read the latest Cowboy Journal

Richard Large
Plant & Soil Sciences

Bill Lingren
Entomology & Plant Pathology

Paul Redman
Horticulture & Landscape Architecture

John Groendyke

John Patrick Lopez

Merlin & Lillian Schantz

Join us for DASNR Honors
October 6, 2017

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