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Oklahoma State University and Baker Hughes

The relationship between Baker Hughes and Oklahoma State University fosters research and development for shaping the future of energy. This collaboration resulted in the donation of the Baker Hughes facility in Oklahoma City to OSU, offering a unique opportunity for academia and industry to work side by side and develop cutting edge solutions. In the past year the partnership has focused on several outreach events including a STEM camp for inner-city youth, on-campus recruiting and a campuswide luncheon on diversity, equity and inclusion. It created two innovation programs for OSU students, the Decarbonization Contest and Hack OKSTATE, both seeking sustainable energy solutions. The partnership also explores new areas of research for many diverse projects across colleges — including the Ferguson College of Agriculture, the College of Engineering Architecture and Technology and the College of Arts and Sciences. These types of collaborations and programs improve the quality of life and create positive societal impact by educating students to meet today’s energy challenges.

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