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OSU

(Open Source UNIX) The Unix variants that are maintained as open source, which were primarily BSD Unix and Linux until Sun made its Solaris operating system open source in 2005. See Unix.
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The exhibition features five installation works by lead artist Marguerite Perret with artist Robin Lasser, exhibition designer Bruce Scherting and OSU scientists in water and food properties management, architecture, the Botanic Garden and plant biology.
"The list of alumni of color who received their degrees from OSU is endless, and I am very proud to be associated with the institution."
APPROPRIATION CUTS: OSU's operating appropriation (State of Oklahoma IDR AA/Stable) was cut 14% in fiscal 2016, 4.6 in fiscal 2017, and an estimated 6.7% in fiscal 2018 due to state budget pressure related to its large oil/gas economic base.
An OSU investigation committee published a 75-page document stating that from 2006 to 2014 Chen published eight papers which included 14 instances of 'deviating from the accepted practices of image handling and figure generation and intentionally falsifying data,' according the Science Mag.
In 2015 there was a second trial at Manchester Crown Court, when a 49-year-oldAintree man was accused of organising Jason Osu's murder and other violence on Merseyside.
OSU uses the feisty Benny Beaver logo for athletics, and a different font for sports teams than for publications and academic social media.
The judge who sentenced the three men found guilty of Jason Osu's murder accepted they may have been acting for someone else.
About 18 months ago, unhappy OSU licensees alerted Ohio media to an RFP sent out soliciting proposals to consolidate the university's apparel licensing program under one vendor.
Private sector financing of OSU research has increased 42% in the past two years, to $35 million, as part of its increasing emphasis on university/industry partnerships.
Funding for the trip was provided by the OSU College of Engineering, the Wes and Lou Watkins Matthew 25:40 scholarship, the NGO One-Seventeen, and the ongoing student entrepreneurial activity of selling items such as purses, jewelry, clothing, and wood carvings from West Africa, South Africa, Central America, and South America.
"Our goal is to have most of the vehicles designated for campus use equipped to run on CNG," said OSU President Burns Hargis.
OSU has deployed five Aruba 2400 mobility controllers and over 100 Aruba AP-70 centrally managed access points (APs) to provide wireless Internet access throughout the CHS campus and to more than 2,600 students at the OSU-Tulsa campus.