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ORANGE PASSION: Music

Oklahoma State University receives generous gift from alumni Michael and Anne Greenwood for new music education building

Gift launches fundraising campaign for Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music, building to open in fall 2019 alongside The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts


Gift launches fundraising campaign for Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music, building to open in fall 2019 alongside The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts READ MORE

ORANGE PASSION: Empowering Women

 

Women for OSU
Impact Spotlight


Women for OSU has been central to the stories of nearly 50 students who have received a scholarship from the philanthropy organization since 2008. In total, more than $187,000 has been awarded to students, including the scholars featured in this impact spotlight. READ MORE

ORANGE PASSION: Empowering Women
Jessie Thatcher became the first woman to graduate from Oklahoma A&M College on June 9, 1897.

 

Blazing Trails


Bost, the first woman to graduate from any Oklahoma college, became a teacher and the first female president of the OSU Alumni Association. She also helped lead the successful fights for women’s suffrage nationally and to preserve Old Central locally. READ MORE

ORANGE PASSION: Early Childhood Education

 

A Lasting Legacy


Ramona Ware Emmons Paul spent her life in early childhood education. Both at OSU and throughout the state’s public schools, her work made a difference and led to Oklahoma becoming a national leader in developing age-appropriate curriculum. READ MORE

ORANGE PASSION: Empowering Women
These eight women have been tremendous influences on OSU over the past 10 years. Pictured are, from left, Anne Greenwood, Kayse Shrum, Ann Hargis, Pamela Fry, Susan Jacques, Amy Mitchell, Natalie Shirley and Helen Hodges.

 

Influential Figures


Whether by offering up their talent, time or financial support, these women are each a driving force behind OSU’s climb to recognition as a premier land-grant institution. They represent thousands of others who came before and those who will undoubtedly follow their examples.
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ORANGE PASSION: Women for OSU
First Cowgirl Ann Hargis, third from the right, is a regular guest at Women for OSU regional events, including in Tulsa on June 22, 2017. Pictured with her, from left, are Diane Crane, Jeanine Rhea, Barbara Nall, Kathy Winslow and council member Pat Cobb.

 

Leading With Purpose


Women for OSU, like many programs, has experienced its share of reinvention and revival. What has remained constant is its mission — to foster a culture of giving and service that acknowledges the significant impact women have at OSU and to inspire others to positively shape the future of the university through philanthropy and engagement. READ MORE

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