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Six OHIO Students Headed to Japan to Study at Hokuriku University

From left, Dr. Chris Thompson, Iris Edmonson, Kevin Balk (GRS and program participant), Emily Burns (kneeling), and Sabrah Paul. Nicholas Gagliano and Amanda Kantor were unavailable for photo.

Six students currently taking Japanese language courses will study abroad this summer as participants in the annual one-month Hokuriku University Summer Intensive Japanese Language Program at Hokuriku University in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Going to Japan are Ohio University students Kevin Balk (a first-year student in the East Asian Studies M.A.), […]

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June 7, 2019 at 4:48 pmIn Class News

How to Take Advantage of Being a Student and an Instructor at the Same Time

By Leandro Arsenio Hernandez Teaching Assistant in Modern Languages Being a graduate student and overseeing a class during the same semester can sometimes be overwhelming. Have you ever thought about how these two roles are interconnected? Do not split yourself in two! Being an instructor can help you to become […]

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June 6, 2019 at 3:08 pmIn Class

Bringing YOU into the Classroom

Doctoral Student Regina Yoong

By Teaching Assistants Regina Yoong Yui Jien and Lucero Gonzalez As new Teaching Assistants, it’s easy to want to follow and emulate other, usually more experienced, professors’ teaching styles. As much as we can learn so much from our professors, especially the ones we admire, there comes a time to […]

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June 3, 2019 at 3:37 pmIn Class

Managing A Multicultural Classroom: Tips and Advice

By Teaching Assistants Sara Swaim and Matthew Zendejas In an ever-growing globalized world, there is a boost in multicultural and cross-cultural interactions. The classroom is no exception. Due to a rise in migration, study abroad programs, and online courses, classrooms are becoming increasingly multicultural. There are countless benefits that come […]

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June 3, 2019 at 3:23 pmIn Class

Kevin Ward ǀ Analyzing Nano-Crystalline Material for Use in Beam Current Transformer Cores at Accelerator in France

Kevin Ward ǀ Analyzing Nano-Crystalline Material for Use in Beam Current Transformer Cores at Accelerator in France

By Kevin Ward (B.S. Physics, Honors Tutorial College, Class of 2021) Dr. Kenneth H. Hicks, a professor in Physics & Astronomy, directed my summer 2018 internship assignment. I traveled to the Orsay Nuclear Physics Institute in France to conduct research with Dr. Christophe Joly. The University of Connecticut sponsored my […]

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May 31, 2019 at 4:00 pmIn Class Research

Michael Vallee ǀ Developing Analysis Software for Jefferson National Laboratory MOLLER Experiment

Michael Vallee ǀ Developing Analysis Software for Jefferson National Laboratory MOLLER Experiment

Editor’s Note: The MOLLER experiment (Measurement of a Lepton-Lepton Electroweak Reaction) at Jefferson National Laboratory (JLab) proposes to measure the parity-violating asymmetry in electron-electron (Møller) scattering. The experiment will rapidly flip the longitudinal polarization of the electron beam, and measure the fractional difference in scattering rate of the beam electrons […]

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May 31, 2019 at 3:08 pmIn Class Research

Kelsey Turner ǀ Investigating Atomic Force and Magnetic Force Microscopy of Magnetic Materials

Kelsey Turner ǀ Investigating Atomic Force and Magnetic Force Microscopy of Magnetic Materials

By Kelsey Turner (B.S. Chemical Engineering, Russ College of Engineering and Technology, Class of 2020) Editor’s Note: During her summer 2018 internship with Dr. Arthur Smith in Physics & Astronomy, Kelsey Turner learned the technique and application of ambient atomic force & magnetic force microscopy. These allow researchers to look […]

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May 31, 2019 at 2:56 pmIn Class Research