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Food Studies | Veggie Wednesdays at Grover Market at Atrium Cafe

Food Studies | Veggie Wednesdays at Grover Market at Atrium Cafe

The Food Studies theme announces a new opportunity for campus and community members to buy vegetables fresh-picked from the Plant Biology Learning Gardens. The Grover Market at Atrium Cafe Veggie Sales are every Wednesday from 3:30-5:30 p.m.      

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August 25, 2016 at 12:01 pmNews

History’s Maxwell Publishes Chapter on Founder of Fifth-Century Monastery Near Constantinople

Dr. Jaclyn Maxwell at Blue Mosque in Istanbul

Dr. Jaclyn Maxwell, Associate Professor of History, published “Social Interactions in a Rural Monastery: Scholars, Peasants, and Monks in the Life of Hypatius“ during the 2016 summer. The scholarly work appeared as a chapter in Motions of Late Antiquity: Essays on Religion, Politics, and Society in Honor of Peter Brown, edited by Jamie Kreiner and Helmut  Reimitz […]

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August 25, 2016 at 7:16 amNews Research

OHIO Creative Writing Director to Participate in TWP Science and Religion Program

Dinty W. Moore

Ohio University professor and Director of Creative Writing Dinty W. Moore will serve as one of five writing mentors in a national program designed to explore the intersection of science and religion. Fifteen fellows chosen for the Think Write Publish (TWP) Fellows in Science and Religion project from a pool […]

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August 24, 2016 at 8:53 amNews

Tumbleson | Racing One of the World’s First Molecule Cars

Tumbleson | Racing One of the World’s First Molecule Cars

By Ryan Tumbleson ’20 HTC Engineering Physics and Electrical Engineering It’s crazy to think that my summer and my internship at Argonne National Lab near Chicago are over.  (I explain what I did there in previous posts, Exploring the Nanoscale and Interns Tour Chicago.) I’m very grateful to have the opportunity […]

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August 23, 2016 at 2:32 pmNews

A Successful First in New ‘History on the Move’ Public Event Series

Dr. Katherine Jellison talks at the History on the Move event.

Twenty participants attended Ohio Civil War Symposium, the first in a planned series of public events for alumni and community members that the Ohio University History Department is calling “History on the Move.” Held on Aug. 13 at the Sherman House Museum in Lancaster, Ohio, the Ohio Civil War Symposium […]

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August 23, 2016 at 1:18 pmNews

Global Opportunities Team Experiences the Athens Food System

Office of Global Opportunities team members at the Plant Biology Learning Garden

The Office of Global Opportunities used its annual office retreat local for an immersive experience of the Athens food system. The retreat was inspired by the Food Studies theme’s spring break experiential course, “Food Justice in Athens, OH: Literature of Social Reflection,” as well as the increasing campus interest in growing our […]

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August 22, 2016 at 8:30 amNews

Fall 2016 | History Announces 2 New Courses

Fall 2016 | History Announces 2 New Courses

The History Department at Ohio University announces two new courses that are being offered for the first time in Fall 2016. HIST 2905: Technology in World History Tier II Social Science Description: This course explores the ways in which technology and human society have shaped each other from prehistory to the […]

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August 22, 2016 at 5:35 amNews