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Published: Friday, September 2, 2022

Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education awarded major federal grant for work on Advanced Air Mobility

OSU engineering student Alexis Vance works on a drone at Excelsior.

The Helmerich Research Center on the OSU-Tulsa campus will house the new LaunchPad Center of Advanced Air Mobility.

Published: Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Roger Hardesty Foundation supplies new technology for aviation students

Aerospace administration and operations students at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa have access to two new high-performance laptops thanks to the Roger Hardesty Aviation Collection. A Dell Latitude 5500 laptop and a MacBook Pro were purchased by the fund specifically for aviation students to use.

Published: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

OSU-Tulsa professor finds family connection to aviation history

Dr. Mallory Casebolt, OSU-Tulsa assistant professor of aviation

Dr. Mallory Casebolt holds photo of her great-grandmother.

It was only recently that Oklahoma State University-Tulsa assistant professor of aviation Dr. Mallory Casebolt uncovered a deep connection to aerospace right in her own family tree.

Published: Monday, January 14, 2019

OSU-Tulsa student hooked on aviation - at first sound

Emma Keller

The first thing Emma Keller ever heard was an airplane engine.

After spending her first 18 months of life without the ability to hear, an operation opened up the world of sound. While leaving the hospital in her mother’s arms, she pointed excitedly as she heard an airplane flying overhead.

“Of course, I don’t really remember that, but my mom tells that story,” Keller says with a laugh.