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Student Gets Naval History Grant to Study Reagan Administration

The Navy History and Heritage Command recognized four individuals—one of them a doctoral student in history at Ohio University’s College of Arts & Sciences—on June 17 for works they are proposing to publish that will further the understanding and application of current U.S. Navy strategy through historical context. They will […]

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June 18, 2013 at 3:15 pmIn the News Research Students in the News

Miner: ‘A War-Winning Weapon: Soviet Women During World War Two’

Dr. Steve Miner, Professor of History and Director of the Contemporary History Institute at Ohio University’s College of Arts & Sciences, presented a paper at a conference on Women in Warfare: From Troy to the Trenches in June at the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict […]

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June 18, 2013 at 1:06 pmFaculty in the News Research

South Bend Tribune Editorial Quotes Vedder on Presidential Salaries

A South Bend Tribune editorial  on “What’s a public university president worth” quotes Dr. Richard Vedder, a Distinguished Professor of Economics at Ohio University’s College of Arts & Sciences: A 2007 study by the American Association of University Professors said that compensation for public and private college and university presidents, […]

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June 18, 2013 at 12:37 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Class of 2017: Basketball Star Plans to Study Biology

“Hannah Boesinger, a 2013 Hudson graduate, decided to continue her academic and basketball careers at Ohio University in Athens last month,” the Hudson Tub-Times reported June 16. Boesinger originally signed a national letter of intent to attend Youngstown State University last fall. When she signed at Youngstown State, she planned […]

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June 17, 2013 at 3:28 pmIn the News Students in the News

Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

“On a sunny and memorable day in 1979, I stood in the post office in Manchester Center, Vermont, and unwrapped the package containing the advance copy of my first book, Old Yellowstone Days. As I stood there staring at it in wonder, I realized that with its publication I had […]

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June 17, 2013 at 3:21 pmAlumni in the News News

Brown: A Look at Obama’s Red Line and Sen. McCain’s Crusade

“Now that the White House has acknowledged that the Assad regime in Syria did use sarin gas on several occasions in March, killing 100-150 people, a couple of questions are immediately obvious. What will Obama’s next step be? What role should the United States play in this increasingly bloody conflict?” […]

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June 17, 2013 at 12:59 pmIn the News Students in the News

Logan Daily: Scalia Lab Forecast Helped Analyze Severe Weather

The Logan Daily used weather analysis from the Ohio University Scalia Laboratory of Atmospheric Analysis in its reporting on extreme weather June 13. The Scalia Laboratory is operated by the Department of Geography in the College of Arts & Sciences. At approximately 12:30 a.m. Thursday, the Ohio University Scalia Labratory […]

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June 13, 2013 at 3:17 pmIn the News Students in the News