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Library Adds Wealth & Poverty Subject Guide

Library Adds Wealth & Poverty Subject Guide

The Wealth and Poverty curricular theme is now listed in the Library’s subject guides at libguides.library.ohiou.edu/wealth-poverty. From the Library homepage, click on Resources/Subject & Course Guides/Interdisciplinary/Wealth and Poverty). “Special thanks go to Araba Dawson-Andoh of Alden Library for creating this site and to the many faculty members who shared their […]

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October 23, 2014 at 2:41 pmNews

From Navajo Nation to Capitol Hill: Klein Inspires, Empowers, Advocates

Associate Professor of Mathematics Bob Klein presents at a briefing on Capitol Hill highlighting key findings in a report Klein helped compile on issues facing rural education in the United States.

By Angela Woodward From Compass Dr. Robert Klein has spent nearly 10 years educating and mentoring students in Ohio University math and math education courses. But Klein’s hours outside of the classroom are spent inspiring, empowering and advocating on behalf of math students and educators throughout the nation – efforts […]

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October 22, 2014 at 11:37 amNews

Cancer Researcher Gets Alumni Medal of Merit Award

Joe Harford

Ohio University alum Joe B. Harford ’73 received the Medal of Merit at the annual Alumni Awards Gala on Homecoming Weekend. The Medal of Merit is awarded to alumni who have achieved distinction in their chosen fields. Harford is senior project officer at the Center for Global Health within the […]

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October 22, 2014 at 11:16 amAlumni News

Sociology Alum Goes West with AmeriCorps After Graduation

Sociology Alum Goes West with AmeriCorps After Graduation

By Christina Escamilla ’14 Ohio University Alum Since graduation I committed to a year of service as an AmeriCorps Vista with YWCA Billings. If you are not familiar with AmeriCorps Vista, our mission is to bring individuals and communities out of poverty. I relocated to Billings, MT, and having lived […]

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October 22, 2014 at 8:33 amAlumni News

Kanawha Project on Climate Change Literacy Seeks 15 Faculty Participants

Kanawha Project on Climate Change Literacy Seeks 15 Faculty Participants

University College and the Environmental Studies Program are recruiting 15 faculty and five undergraduate scholars to participate in the Kanawha Project during the 2014-15 academic year. The goal of the project—Advancing Carbon Neutrality: Using the Kanawha Model to Facilitate Climate Change Literacy—is to build climate change literacy to enhance the […]

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October 20, 2014 at 3:31 pmAnnouncements News

New Spring 2015 Course Examines Production, Consumption & Meaning of Food

New Spring 2015 Course Examines Production, Consumption & Meaning of Food

The Food Studies curricular theme offers a new course with an interdisciplinary approach to the production, consumption and meaning of food offered in Spring 2015. CAS 1410 Food Matters: Explorations in Food Across the Liberal Arts (3 credits) is the foundational course of the Food Studies curricular theme. This course […]

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October 20, 2014 at 10:14 amNews

Advising Tip of the Week: Take Advantage of Office Hours

Advising Tip of the Week: Take Advantage of Office Hours

By Sara Berens College of Arts & Sciences Academic Adviser Office hours. How many of you have honestly utilized them this semester? If you haven’t already, now’s the time! Why? Because, your professors are experts in their field and know a lot about the subjects you are studying. Also, many […]

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October 20, 2014 at 9:34 amNews