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Psychology Undergrad Works in Summer Treatment Program, Presents Research in NYC

Psychology Undergrad Works in Summer Treatment Program, Presents Research in NYC

Senior Jessica Smith has known since high school that she wanted to earn a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, and her impressive academic and professional achievements at OHIO are helping her reach her goal. “I’m interested in the assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders,” Smith says. “I have researched a lot about ADHD, […]

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May 26, 2017 at 11:53 amNews Students in the News

Bring OUr Alumni Back | NQPI Alumni Andy Green

Bring OUr Alumni Back | NQPI Alumni Andy Green

By Raymond Humienny NQPI editorial intern A young Andy Green arrived at Ohio University on a college visit. “The campus was really beautiful, having that small town in the mountains charm,” Green said.” Although it’s pretty superficial, that really stuck out to me as a kid.” Nonetheless, Athens became a […]

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Little Writes: Nonfiction as Autopsy: In Defense of Self-Interest

Jacob Little

Ohio University graduate student Jacob Little, a doctoral candidate in English, penned an article in Brevity titled “Nonfiction as Autopsy: In Defense of Self-Interest.” I have several friends from various parts of the literary world who joke (with varying degrees of sincerity) about how nonfiction writers are “narcissists” or “navel-gazers” […]

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May 16, 2017 at 8:07 pmIn the News Students in the News

Undergrad Helps Shed a ‘Bright Light’ on Accessibility

Undergrad Helps Shed a ‘Bright Light’ on Accessibility

By Hannah Britton From Compass Kim Dominguez, a third-year student at Ohio University studying Forensic Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Spanish, is anything but an ordinary college student. Dominguez, an Accessibility Liaison from Elgin, Ill., seeks to make the Ohio University and Athens communities a better place through involvement in and […]

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May 2, 2017 at 5:03 pmStudents in the News

González-Vallejo Gives Talk at the University of Chicago

González-Vallejo Gives Talk at the University of Chicago

by Kristin M. Distel On February 21, Claudia González-Vallejo, Associate Professor of Psychology, gave a talk entitled “Understanding Nutrition Judgments of Packaged Foods” at the University of Chicago. González-Vallejo was invited to speak as part of the Booth School of Business’s Winter 2017 Marketing Workshop. The presentation grew out of […]

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Student’s Internship Leads to Job with Big Four Company

Student’s Internship Leads to Job with Big Four Company

by Kristin M. Distel Hannah Clouser, a senior studying actuarial science, completed a summer internship with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in New York City and has been offered a full-time position with the firm. Clouser, whose interest in actuarial science focuses on calculating risk for corporations, will begin working full-time for PwC […]

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March 2, 2017 at 8:37 amStudents in the News

World Religion, Biology Major Awarded Medical Center Scholarship

The Stein-Firelands Regional Medical Center’s Medical Staff Scholarship program awarded “a $2,000 scholarship to a child or spouse of two Firelands Regional Medical Center, Medical Staff employees. This scholarship program was developed in 2009 and is given on behalf of and in honor of the many contributions the Medical Staff […]

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January 2, 2017 at 11:29 amIn the News Students in the News