Melanie Schori (PhD 2010) has accepted a position at the United States Department of Agriculture. She is working as a botanist with the National Germplasm Research Laboratory, which is part of the Agricultural Research Service. Schori works to help sustain a subset of that service, called the Germplasm Resources Information […]Read more ›
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By Heather Willard, PACE Writer Todd Bean ’99, ’13M graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Plant Biology-Applied Ecology. He also earned an M.Ed. from the Patton College of Education. Now, 17 years later, he teaches in Athens County after a […]Read more ›
By Zulfa Rizqiya From Compass Sometimes in college, you meet a professor who ignites a passion within you, changing your life forever. For Ohio University alumni Ralph Quatrano, Bob Goldberg and Dean DellaPenna Jr., that professor was undoubtedly Norman “Norm” S. Cohn. When they discovered the news of Cohn’s passing […]Read more ›
By Heather Willard ’17 Courtney Denning ’10 graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University with bachelor degrees in Applied Ecology and Women’s and Gender Studies. Now, seven years later, Denning is a successful professional with a career that takes advantage of some tasty tropical plants. Connect […]Read more ›
Dr. Norman Cohn, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Environmental & Plant Biology, age 86, died on June 29, 2016, at his home in Pittsburgh, PA, where he lived with his wife of 60 years, Margaret “Peggy” Cohn. He had joined the Ohio University faculty in 1959 after having earned his B.S. […]Read more ›
Ohio University alum R. Dale Morton ’81 receives the 2016 Grocery Manufacturers Association Food Safety Award at the International Association for Food Protection’s Annual Meeting in August. Previously Senior Director of Global Food Safety for PepsiCo Inc., Morton is now president of Morton Food Safety Associates LLC, providing expertise in […]Read more ›
By Sydney Dawes Environmental & Plant Biology Ohio University alum Dr. Ross McCauley received a Fulbright and will be spending next winter in the Galapagos and mainland South America researching Amaranth species. McCauley started his work with the Amaranthaceae family for his Ph.D. dissertation with Dr. Harvey Ballard in the […]Read more ›