STILLWATER — Construction will begin soon on a new music building at Oklahoma State University, thanks to a lead gift from philanthropists Michael and Anne Greenwood, of Stillwater. OSU officials announced the gift Sunday, but did not disclose the amount at the donors' request. The building — to be named the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music — will be connected to The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts currently under construction at University Avenue and Hester Street.
A new $72 million building to house the Spears School of Business will open in January on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater. Here are five things to know about the Spears School of Business. The school has had many names, but in 2004 was named for William S. “Bill” Spears who graduated from OSU in 1962 with a degree in marketing.
STILLWATER — Excitement is running high among the business faculty and students at Oklahoma State University as construction of their new state-of-the-art building nears completion. The new home for Spears School of Business will open in January with plenty of room for everyone. Classes and faculty offices now are spread across six buildings on campus. The business school has grown to 4,500 undergraduates, 775 graduate students and more than 150 faculty.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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