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Wealth & Poverty | Paid Summer Internships, Info Session Nov. 1

Kees Vande Stadt at his internship in Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society is a nonprofit organization in East Camden, NJ.

  Learn about Ohio University’s internship program with the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty at an Information Session on Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 5-6 p.m. in Baker 239. How did 2017 summer OHIO interns spend their time? Working with the homeless population in Atlanta, GA Working on access to […]

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November 1, 2017 at 11:59 pmEvents

Terman, Welser, Anderson Present on Appalachia at Annual Meeting

Terman, Welser, Anderson Present on Appalachia at Annual Meeting

Dr. Rachel Terman, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Ohio University, presented “Obstacles and Opportunities in Appalachia” with colleagues Dr. Ted Welser, Associate Professor of Sociology, Dr. Cynthia Anderson, Professor of Sociology, and alum Jacklyn Hockenberry ’17 M.A. Sociology, at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society in July. […]

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August 31, 2017 at 1:53 pmAlumni Research

Wealth & Poverty | Scanlan, Interns Participate in Shepherd Poverty Symposium

Ohio University interns Chloe Wooster, Kees Vande Stadt, and Angela Green with Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty Founder and Executive Director Dr. Harlan Beckley

Dr. Steve Scanlan, Associate Professor of Sociology at Ohio University, participated in the 2017 Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty Closing Conference and Symposium in July. Scanlan oversees Ohio University’s participation as a member of the consortium in collaboration with Dr. Rachel Terman (SHECP OHIO intern coordinator) and Dr. Matthew […]

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August 8, 2017 at 3:26 pmNews

Terman Continues on Steering Committee for Appalachian Studies Association

Dr. Anna Rachel Terman

Dr. Rachel Terman, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Ohio University, continues to serve as Membership Chairperson on the Steering Committee for the Appalachian Studies Association. In this role, she is responsible for devising strategies to ensure that the membership base remains sustainable, engaged, and diverse. This year Terman led a […]

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August 3, 2017 at 9:32 amNews

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

Terman and Students Use Local Mining Towns as Classroom

Wes Gilkey

Dr. Rachel Terman, John Winnenberg, and Ohio University students Toshia Edge and Wes Gilkey ’18 spoke about service learning, local organizations partnering with the university, and the Little Cities of Black Diamonds micro-region—a series of remnant local mining towns in Southeastern Ohio—as a classroom. Their presentation was As part of […]

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April 20, 2017 at 3:25 pmIn Class News

Terman Presents on Class Identity at Appalachian Studies “Extreme Appalachia” Conference

Dr. Anna Rachel Terman

Rachel Terman, Assistant Professor of Sociology in the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio University, presents “Class Identity, Experiences, and Intersections among Young College-educated People in West Virginia” at the 40th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference later this month in Blacksburg, Virginia. Terman’s areas of specialization include rural sociology, Appalachian […]

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March 8, 2017 at 8:26 amNews Research