Zachary Bernens presented “Fast Scaler BCM Calibration for DVCS Experiment” at the 2017 Ohio University Society of Physics Students Research Conference held in March. Understanding the internal structure of protons and neutrons is a gateway to understand the origin of the vast majority of ordinary matter. A tool commonly used […]Read more ›
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By Avant Griffith ’17 I am a Sociology-Criminology major, graduating this spring. This semester I am an intern at the Ohio Public Defender‘s office in Athens, Ohio. There are a lot of positive benefits of participating in an internship during your undergraduate studies. Far Better Than Expected! I decided to […]Read more ›
During her last semester, which was last Fall, Lindsey Radzevich ‘16 interned at the Athens County Public Defender’s office. She had interned previously at the Pittsburgh District Attorney’s office where she worked in Drug and DUI court. As a Sociology-Criminology major and a student in the Law, Justice & Culture […]Read more ›
By Carrie Ramage ’17 “Take Charge of Your Career Path in Sociology and Criminology” was the message to students with Sociology-related majors and minors at a recent advising event. The purpose was into inform students in the Sociology major about guidance and opportunities available to students through the Sociology & […]Read more ›
By Mercedes Lewis ’19 Sociology and English Creative Writing double major I recently interviewed a Sociology-Criminology major about his post-graduate internship this past fall. Zachary Walden graduated in December 2016 and headed to an internship at the Athens Adult Parole Authority office, where he learned about the day to life […]Read more ›
By Patrick Fahey ’18 The College of Arts & Science’s first Career and Networking Week was an event-packed week geared at getting students in the college actively thinking about and working toward their future careers. During the week, more than 250 Arts & Sciences students participated in the events, and […]Read more ›
by Kristin M. Distel “It’s nice to be well-informed and knowledgeable, but students should explore other options through internships and nonprofits. I’m so glad I did,” says junior Jake McClelland, who worked as a policy intern for Sarah Grace’s state representative campaign during the 2016 election cycle. McClelland notes that […]Read more ›