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Weekly Advising Tip; Rest, Exercise, and Eat Healthy

Weekly Advising Tip; Rest, Exercise, and Eat Healthy

Hello A&S Students! I hope that you all had a great Turkey Day and are ready for the last week of classes. As you are preparing for finals week, I encourage you to think like your parents and follow some very simple tips: 1)get plenty of rest 2) get out of […]

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December 1, 2014 at 10:47 amUncategorized

Weekly Advising Tip; Time Management for Final Exams

Weekly Advising Tip; Time Management for Final Exams

Hear from your advisor Sara Berens Hello A&S students! This week’s advising tip is about timing for final exams. Some students assume that pressure leads them to greatness and cramming is the only way to study. However, I’m sure you’ve heard the exact opposite from your instructors. The recommended time frame to […]

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November 17, 2014 at 9:21 amUncategorized

Post Doc Wins Outstanding Poster in Condensed Matter

Post Doc Wins Outstanding Poster in Condensed Matter

 By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy   “Attending a conference like this was exciting because I was among specialists who understood my results. That led to thought-provoking conversation for the duration of the event.” Dr. Ramon Carrillo Bastos, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physics and Astronomy recently attended […]

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November 16, 2014 at 4:06 pmUncategorized

Two Good Things That Are Better Together: STM Combined with X-ray Synchrotron Microscopy

Two Good Things That Are Better Together: STM Combined with X-ray Synchrotron Microscopy

“Two good things that are better together: STM combined with X-ray synchrotron microscopy,” says a report by the Argonne National Laboratory at phys.org. (Phys.org) —Over the past three decades, scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) has rapidly become a major component of the condensed matter physics toolbox. While STM can provide vast […]

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November 14, 2014 at 4:05 pmUncategorized

Advising Tip: Studying for Final Exams

Advising Tip: Studying for Final Exams

By Sara Berens College of Arts & Sciences Academic Adviser Hello A&S students! As we inch closer to the end of the semester, these next several advising tips will be geared toward final exams. This first one is all about location. Did you know that it’s best to have several […]

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November 10, 2014 at 1:08 pmNews Uncategorized

Message from the Chair: We Have the Components Needed to Achieve our Goals

Dr. Dina Larios López

By Professor Dina Larios López October 2014 Geological Sciences Newsletter More than one year has passed since I became Chair of the Department of Geological Sciences at Ohio University. During this year, I have realized that one cannot understand how the university works until one becomes Chair and goes through […]

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October 13, 2014 at 11:05 amUncategorized

Four of Harrington’s Papers Make the BioMed Top 20 List

Dr. Peter Harrington

Dr. Peter Harrington, Professor of Chemistry, has not just one but four publications on the top 20 chemical instrumentation articles published since 2009, according to a ranking  conducted by BioMedLibTM Journal. The ranking is for articles in the Domain of Article 19655711. Harrington is Director of the Forensic Chemistry Master […]

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October 6, 2014 at 10:31 pmUncategorized