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Geography Student Gets Career Coaching, Lands McDonald’s Internship

Geography Student Gets Career Coaching, Lands McDonald’s Internship

Geography student Zach Hadley ’19 landed a summer internship in real estate and development with McDonald’s, thanks to some career coaching and resume help from Kacey Schaum. Schaum provides individualized career coaching to College of Arts & Sciences students through the Career and Leadership Development Center. “I came in to […]

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October 17, 2017 at 9:56 amIn Class News

Food Studies: CAS 1410 Switched to CAS 2411

Food Studies: CAS 1410 Switched to CAS 2411

  The core intro class of the Food Studies program, Food Matters! Explorations in Food Across the Liberal Arts,  has been changed from CAS 1410 to CAS 2411. This course is taught by a team of professors from the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, and encourages students to critically […]

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October 16, 2017 at 11:53 amAnnouncements In Class

Of Nail Polish and Dynamite: Chemistry Undergrads Develop Science Communication Skills

Chemistry-biochemistry major Shanan Ashton presents an infographic at the Science Communication & Public Engagement workshop event.

Over the summer, students in Chemistry & Biochemistry’s Summer Undergraduate Research program participated in a Science Communication and Public Engagement workshop. For the culminating experience, students designed and presented an infographic about molecules in everyday life for a general audience. Some students highlighted surprising molecular similarities between nail polish & […]

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September 29, 2017 at 2:48 pmIn Class News

Students Explore Wealth and Poverty in Shawnee, Chesterhill

Students Explore Wealth and Poverty in Shawnee, Chesterhill

Twenty-two Ohio University students visited Shawnee of Perry County and Chesterhill of Morgan County on the Alternative Economies in Appalachia field trip on Sept. 23 with the Wealth and Poverty theme. By Sue Ryu Enrolled in CAS 2300 Themes in Action: Wealth and Poverty 9 a.m. on a Saturday morning, […]

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September 26, 2017 at 12:10 pmIn Class News

Political Science Students Meet Former Governor Strickland

Ted Strickland

Political Science Learning Community students had the opportunity to talk with former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland this week. Strickland is engaging with students in a number of Political Science and other courses this semester as part of his efforts with Ohio University’s Wealth & Poverty theme. See Ted Strickland joins Wealth […]

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September 26, 2017 at 10:03 amIn Class News

Students Have Productive Summer in Learning Gardens

Trese demonstrates for students in PBIO 2060 class.

Dr. Art Trese can’t walk through the Plant Biology Learning Gardens without finding some weed that needs pulling, a sprinkler that needs repositioning, or a little scrap for the compost pile. “Working around the garden makes me happy,” said Trese, Associate Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology. “I really enjoy […]

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September 21, 2017 at 10:24 amIn Class News

Geology Students Gain Perspective, Skills Mapping the Rocky Mountains

2017 Field Geology participants in Montana

How did you spend your summer? Twenty-three Geological Sciences students and staff from Ohio University spent their summer mapping the geology of Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming as a part of Ohio University’s capstone course in geology, GEOL 4910: Field Geology. Students braved 104 degree desert highs and summer mountain […]

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September 13, 2017 at 3:55 pmIn Class News