By Jacob Zuckerman From Office of Research Communications For undergraduate students, the idea of research—both scientific and creative—can be a bit daunting, but the Ohio University Research Division is here to help. Roxanne Malé-Brune, director of grant development and projects, is hosting a “How to Find and Apply for Summer […]Read more ›
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By Jean Andrews From Ohio University Research Communications Could a solution to harness renewable energy ultimately rest with gooey seaweed? One Ohio University student spent a research internship at a national laboratory last year helping to find the answer. Micro algae are small, single cell organisms that grow quickly and […]Read more ›
Amanda McCoy ’16, who is interning at the Ohio House of Representatives, was selected as the Republican Jenell Sullivan Page of Distinction, Autumn 2015. Her name will be engraved on the Jenell Sullivan Page of Distinction Award plaque in the House administrative office. McCoy is commuting from Columbus to the […]Read more ›
By Michael Carson Environmental & Plant Biology internship at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Reserve, Huron, OH Finally I have started what I came here to do initially, count plants in a wetland. That’s not to say that I haven’t been having a blast in the last 3 weeks, or that […]Read more ›
By Michael Carson Environmental & Plant Biology internship at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Reserve, Huron, OH I arrived at the Old Woman Creek National Estuary Research Reserve a week ago today. The first week was pretty slow since I had to read up on some papers concerning the surveying of […]Read more ›
Last summer, Helen Cothrel ’15HTC Physics worked at the David Skaggs Research Center in Boulder, CO, to study the Earth’s ozone layer. She received funding through an Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship, a two-year appointment with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Education. The title of her NOAA project […]Read more ›
Two summers ago, after traveling west across the continental United States to attend and perform in the Zeltsman Marimba Festival in Arcata, Calif., Natalie Klco ’15 HTC Physics wrote about the beauty she found in marimba music and festival performers who displayed clarity and oneness between their instruments, their bodies, and their minds. In summer 2014 she headed east across the Atlantic to […]Read more ›