Geography Senior Maps Risk on Buckeye Trail, Prepares to Deploy with Air National Guard

Carolyn Kinzel with her capstone research poster
on "Mapping Risk: Forecasting Future Land Use Risk and Multi-Use Trail Conflict: A Case Study of the Buckeye Trail."

  Carolyn Kinzel ’18 will graduate this spring with a Geographic Information Science major, but instead of hitting the job market she will be joining her fellow Air National Guards on a deployment. In addition to being an accomplished geography major with a promising future, Kinzel is a Senior Airman […]

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December 15, 2017 at 3:30 pmNews Research

MCB Graduate Students host 6th Annual Appalachian Regional Cell Conference

Appalachian Regional Cell Conference

By Debbie Walter The 6th Annual Appalachian Regional Cell Conference (ARCC) was held Saturday, December 2, 2017 in Nelson Commons at Ohio University. The ARCC was founded in 2012 by West Virginia University, Marshall University, the University of Kentucky and Ohio University through an early career meeting grant from the […]

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December 15, 2017 at 2:15 pmNews Research Students in the News

ffitch Publishes Essay on Standing Rock, Activism, and Parenting

Madeline ffitch

  English Ph.D. fiction candidate Madeline ffitch published a nonfiction essay in the latest issue of Granta. The essay, “When We Fight, We Have Our Children With Us,” has been exceptionally well-received and widely shared on social media and elsewhere. Excerpt: “… Friends ask me about being a parent who […]

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December 13, 2017 at 10:22 amResearch

Nadeau Presents History of Augustine Volcano’s Eruptions at AGU

Dr. Patricia Nadeau

Dr. Patricia Nadeau, Visiting Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, presented her ongoing research at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in New Orleans. Nadeau also is expanding this work with two senior geology majors who will travel to New York over the semester break to collect their own data on […]

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December 11, 2017 at 4:40 pmNews Research

Moak Challenges ‘School-Prison Pipeline’ Narrative

Dr. Daniel Moak

by Aissatou Boye, ’20 As part of the Wealth and Poverty theme’s Urban Challenges week, Dr. Daniel Moak challenged the school-to-prison narrative in a talk Nov. 2 on “Class Absence: School-Prison Pipeline.” Watch Moak’s talk on A&S TV. Moak, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and a faculty affiliate of […]

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December 10, 2017 at 2:39 pmResearch

Kaufman Presents on Ohio’s Church-State Relationships in Drug and Alcohol Policy

Dr. Nicole Kaufman

Dr. Nicole Kaufman, Assistant Professor of Sociology, presented a paper on “Governing through Collaboration: Governing through Partnerships: Ohio’s Church-State Relationships in Drug and Alcohol Policy,” at the annual meeting of The American Society of Criminology in Philadelphia in November. The theme for this year’s conference was Crime, Legitimacy and Reform: […]

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December 6, 2017 at 1:27 pmResearch

Bychkovska, Lee Co-Author Article on Recurrent Multiword Expressions in Student Writing

Tetyana Bychkovska and Dr. Joseph Lee

Ohio University alum Tetyana Bychkovska ’17M and Dr. Joseph Lee, Associate Lecturer of Linguistics and Assistant Director of the English Language Improvement Program, co-authored an article on “At the same time: Lexical Bundles in L1 and L2 University Student Argumentative Writing” in the Journal of English for Academic Purposes. Bychkovska […]

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December 5, 2017 at 9:52 amResearch