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Oklahoma State University

The Niblack Research Scholars program is an undergraduate research program funded by a gift from OSU alumnus and former Pfizer Vice Chairman Dr. John Niblack.  This year, 14 OSU undergraduate students are receiving $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct research in a university lab, assisted by a faculty sponsor and graduate student mentor.

2016-17 Niblack Scholars

The 2016-17 Niblack Research Scholars program supporters and scholars are (front row, L to R) Dr. John Niblack, Alicia Aguilar, Madison Krehbiel, Indah Merkel , Beata Mackenroth, Heidi Niblack. (second row, L to R) Zachary Helms, Amanda Demackiewicz, Karley Washburn, KatyAnn Dudley. (third row, L to R) Charith DeSilva, Woong Hee Cho, Nicholas Nelsen, Field Watts. (back row, L to R) program sponsor Dr. Stephen McKeever, Garret Boren, OSU V.P. for Research Dr. Kenneth Sewell, William Starr.



Watch a video of Dr. Niblack as he talks about why undergrad research experience is important to future scientists and how his own experience working in a laboratory at OSU impacted his career.
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