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A&S Faculty Get New 1804 Fund Awards for Research

Almost half of the faculty and graduate student research projects announced by the Ohio University Foundation Board’s 1804 Fund committee include Arts & Sciences faculty. The committee this week announced  $265,475 for faculty research and graduate student research projects and $215,475 to 11 projects for undergraduate learning for the 2013 […]

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September 11, 2013 at 9:01 amResearch

Archaeological Field School Students Uncover Prehistoric Artifacts

Archaeological Field School Students Uncover Prehistoric Artifacts

By Angela Woodward Ten Ohio University students are spending the summer unearthing prehistoric artifacts – more than 1,000 years old – and analyzing their finds through the Ohio University Archaeological Field School. One of only a few such programs offered in the state of Ohio, the field school gives students […]

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July 8, 2013 at 2:11 pmIn Class

Athens News: Archaeological Field School Unearths Prehistoric Hunting Camp

“On the outskirts of Athens, set back in the woods amid the rugged Appalachian landscape, 10 students from the Ohio University Archaeological Field School led by site director Paul Patton, have slowly been unearthing about 1,100 years of history in the form of a Native-American rock shelter,” Athens News reporter […]

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Atlas Language: You Have to Learn Arabic to Get off This Island

Atlas Language: You Have to Learn Arabic to Get off This Island

  In Voyage, a new game developed by Ohio University students, players will have to learn Arabic to get off the island. Voyage will set the player on an island as a shipwrecked sailor after a monstrous storm. On the island, only Arabic is spoken. The player must explore the […]

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June 18, 2013 at 5:04 pmAlumni News