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April 13, 2015 at 3:31 pm

A&S Faculty Dominate Women in Science and Engineering Presentations

College of Arts & Sciences faculty dominated in presentations for the 2015 Women in Science and Engineering Program at Ohio University.

Special thanks go to Dr. James Y. Tong, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Biochemistry, for organizing the annual event, held this year on April 9.

Dr. Rebecca Barlag, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, presented “Fingerprints never lie.”

Dr. Sarah Wyatt, Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology, presented “Plants & Gravity: our space flight experi-ment with NASA.”

Dr. Jenifer Hines, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, presented on Biochemistry.

Dr. Morgan Vis-Chiasson, Professor and Chair of Environmental & Plant Biology, presented “Stream Monitoring.”

Dr. Julie Suhr, Professor Psychology and Director of Clinical Training, presented “Brain and Behavior – neuropsychology.

Dr. Hee-Jong Seo, Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy, presented “Expanding Universe.”

Dr. Nancy Sandler, Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy, presented “Having Fun with Pencil in Physics.”

Dr. Alicia Stigall, Associate Professor of Geological Sciences, presented “Treasures and Pleasures of Geological Field Work.”

Dr. Christine Griffin, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, presented “How to Have Fun in Biology.”

Dr. Janet S. Duerr, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, presented “Drugs and DNA.”

Dr. Jana Houser, Assistant Professor of Geography, presented “Meteorology: Field work studying severe storms and tornadoes.”

Dr. Sabrina Curran, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, presented “Paleoanthropology. What do bones tell us about where we came from.”

Dr. Christine Gidycz, Professor of Psychology, also presented.

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