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Students Reflect on World Food Day Food Drive

Students take food drive donation to Good Works.

The Wealth and Poverty theme hosted a food drive in October to help fight hunger in the Athens community. The drive challenges students to figure out how to motivate other students, and even how to deal with theft and a competing food drive. Along with Wealth and Poverty faculty members, […]

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November 10, 2017 at 4:47 pmIn Class News

Anatomy Learning Center Helps Students Learn Anatomy Principles

Instructor Jodie Foster and students in the Anatomy Learning Center. Students Pictured: Hannah Soltis, Morgan Olczak, Domonique Esposito, Mallorie Wells, Shalyn Foster

The Anatomy Learning Center was developed to accommodate the undergraduate pre-nursing and nutrition students in the BIOS 1300/1310 Human Anatomy and Physiology Labs. Biological Sciences deemed that it was critically important for students to learn anatomy on human bodies prior to clinical training and to expose students to the reality […]

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October 25, 2017 at 9:18 amIn Class News

ELIP Courses Helped Grad Student Learn How to Present Science

Penny Morgan took advantage of ELIP courses to better present the scientific material in her master’s program at Ohio University.

Penny Morgan ’11, ’13M knew scientific writing would be something she’d need to work on in her master’s degree at Ohio University in environmental science studies. “I really felt I wasn’t getting a good scientific grasp on the writing,” says Morgan, whose bachelor’s degree was in Geography Pre-Law from the […]

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June 7, 2017 at 5:40 pmAlumni In Class

Sociology Alum: Taking ELIP Courses ‘a No-Brainer!’

Carl “Eddie” Smith ’13 contemplates his new ability to deliver technical information in professional settings.

Carl Edward “Eddie” Smith ’13 had opportunities while he was a graduate student at Ohio University that many others don’t get the chance to experience. He was president of the Graduate Student Senate. That meant making presentations, lots of them, in addition to writing professionally and for his coursework. “My […]

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June 7, 2017 at 10:11 amAlumni In Class

Students Take a Look at Temperance & Taverns in Southeastern Ohio’s History

Stevie Putnam in costume at the Spirits of the Little Cities: Temperance & Taverns, the 22nd Annual Little Cities of Black Diamonds Day in October 2016.

Delving into the region’s Appalachian history for a presentation topic, Stevie Putnam ’18 chose to present a poster on the “Social Role of Drinking in Appalachia” as her class participated at the 22nd Annual Little Cities of Black Diamonds Day. The theme for the event was “Spirits of the Little […]

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April 20, 2017 at 3:35 pmIn Class News

Sociology 2600 Visited By Two Members of Local Law Enforcement

Sociology 2600 Visited By Two Members of Local Law Enforcement

Retired Sgt. Duane Covert of the Nelsonville Police Department and Sgt. Rich Prescott of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office visited Molly Covert‘s SOC 2600: Criminal Justice class on Feb. 2. The speakers began with short introductions before diving into questions from students. After attending Hocking College, Covert worked for the […]

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February 18, 2017 at 11:06 amIn Class

Sociology Grad Seminar Discusses ‘Falling Back’ with Author

Dr. Elizabeth Lee’s Sociology of Inequality graduate seminar used Skype to talk with Dr. Jamie J. Fader, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Temple University, during their class on a Wednesday evening in February. Fader is author of Falling Back: Incarceration and Transitions to Adulthood among Urban Youth, which centers […]

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February 13, 2017 at 9:53 amIn Class