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Distinguished Professor’s Legacy Inspires Alumni, Students

Stacy Welker, first Cohn Fellow, discusses her research at the Cohn Symposium, Sept. 22.

By Jackie Osborne From Compass How does one make an impact? How does one leave a legacy? By being a distinguished and inspirational professor, mentor and friend. The late Professor Emeritus Norman Cohn was such a man. Cohn received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s from […]

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October 17, 2017 at 11:33 amAlumni News

First Fellowship Recipient Honors Passions and Legacy of Norman S. Cohn

Stacy Welker, first Cohn Fellow, discusses her research at the Cohn Symposium, September 22

By MC Tilton, PACE Writer Stacy Welker had no idea how her passions would blossom when she was just a little girl reading books about animals and evolution given to her by her father.  His stories of local ecosystems and biological processes imparted his “nerdiness” and scientific inclination to her, […]

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September 28, 2017 at 8:54 amNews Students in the News

Plant Biology Alumni, Faculty, Students Honor Cohn at Research Symposium

Left to right: Dr. Bob Goldberg, Dr. Ralph Quatrano, Stacy Welker, Dr. Dean DellaPenna, and Dr. Morgan Vis

By MC Tilton PACE Writer Ohio University Environmental & Plant Biology alumni, faculty and students gathered Sept. 9 to honor the late Dr. Norman S. Cohn, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, at the Norman S. Cohn Research Symposium. The daylong symposium included presentations on current plant cell and molecular biology research by […]

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September 12, 2017 at 11:49 amAlumni News

Welker Presents Poster on Fruits from Tennessee’s Gray Fossil Site

Stacy Welker presents her poster at the University of Michigan.

Undergraduate student Stacy Welker presented a poster on “Enigmatic four-chambered fruits from the Neogene Gray Fossil Site, eastern Tennessee” at the 34th Midcontinent Paleobotanical Colloquium at the University of Michigan May 12-14. The poster was co-authored by another undergraduate student, Caroline Siegert of Honors Tutorial College, as well as Dr. […]

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May 15, 2017 at 11:46 amResearch