By Mary Vandeman After graduating with a B.S. in Geological Sciences, Ohio University alum Brooke Stokes was offered a job as a biologist. She soon realized that the lab setting was not what she enjoyed, so she chose to return to graduate school in the Environmental Studies program in the […]Read more ›
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Zachary Levy ’07 has dedicated his life to public service. After graduating from Ohio University with a B.A. in Sociology-Criminology and Political Science from the College of Arts & Sciences, he accepted a position as a Special Agent with the U.S. Border Patrol in San Diego. From Special Agent to […]Read more ›
Center for Law, Justice & Culture Alumni Spotlight Micah Siegal is Assistant General Counsel to Fuyao Glass America Inc., a Chinese-owned original equipment manufacturer and aftermarket automotive glass supplier. Siegal is a 2005 graduate of Ohio University’s College of Arts & Sciences with a B.A. in Political Science) and Wright […]Read more ›
by Pat Fahey ’18 On a Friday in early February, five OHIO anthropology alumni returned to their alma mater during the College of Arts and Sciences Career and Networking Week to participate in a panel on their experience in college and their careers after graduation. Each has entered fields very […]Read more ›
Ohio University alum Darrell Verlin Brown ’78M “died March 5 following a lengthy illness of heart disease, Lewy Body Dementia, Parkinson’s, and Agent Orange,” reports the KingsPort (TN) Times News. Brown earned an M.A. in Linguistics from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University. “Darrell attended Cleveland Elementary […]Read more ›
Sarah Hinkelman ‘15 is pursuing a Master’s degree in Anthropology at Ohio State University with a focus in Archaeology. Her thesis is a comparative analysis of lithic assemblages (stone tools as well as debitage which are chert/flint flakes) from Fort Ancient and Late Woodland period sites near the convergence of […]Read more ›
Sarah Karpinski graduated in 2012 with a B.A. in Anthropology, specializing in archaeology, and a minor in Spanish from the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio University. She looked for museum work for the first few years of her post-grad life, but that didn’t quite pan out. Karpinski started […]Read more ›