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History alumnus Gilbert O. Sanders Receives APF Gold Medal Life Achievement Award

gilbertsandersWe were advised by the College of Arts and Sciences that Dr. Gilbert O. Sanders, a 1967 history graduate, went on to pursue a career in psychology and is now being honored with the American Psychological Foundation's highest honor, the Gold Medal in Life Achievement in the Practice of Psychology. He is currently the primary mental health consultant for the Family Medicine Department at Tinker Air Force Base. The complete article announcing this award can be viewed at http://cas.okstate.edu/article-list/776-sanders-receives-apf-gold-medal-achievement-award.

History Graduate Student Awarded Digitization Grant for Mound-Builder Collection

 eric singletonOklahoma State University doctoral candidate Eric Singleton was awarded a $150,000 grant for a project that’s expected to provide greater access into the culture of the Native American mound builders who flourished in the U.S. from 800 to 1600 A.D.

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