Post Tagged with: "Chris Thompson"

Accurso Named To Academic All-America Third Team

Accurso Named To Academic All-America Third Team

Junior distance runner Juli Accurso took another step toward history Thursday, becoming the first women’s cross country/track & field Academic All-American in Ohio University history. The Capital One Academic All-America Division I Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country roster is composed of just 45 student-athletes from across the nation, with 15 first team, […]

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June 27, 2013 at 4:00 pmNews

Ohio University Thanks Consul General of Japan in Detroit

Ohio University Thanks Consul General of Japan in Detroit

Dr. Christopher Thompson, Chair of Linguistics in the Ohio University College of Arts & Sciences and Executive Director of Japan Relations, represented Ohio University at a farewell reception for Consul General Kuninori Matsuda at the Japanese Consulate in Detroit on June 21. “Ohio University wishes to express its sincere gratitude […]

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June 25, 2013 at 5:55 amNews

Student Helps Japanese Students Translate Environmental Project, Takes Second

Student Helps Japanese Students Translate Environmental Project, Takes Second

  Ohio University’s Amanda Tragert ’14 was at the microphone, making the presentation that she had translated on behalf of the  environmental studies group. Tragert and her group took second place at the research symposium at Chubu University in Japan. “I’ve been helping out an environmental studies group on campus […]

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May 29, 2013 at 12:50 pmNews

Japanese Students Role Play Social Scenes, ‘Skinship’ for Linguistics Class

Japanese Students Role Play Social Scenes, ‘Skinship’ for Linguistics Class

OHIO alum Greg King and his students from Chubu University in Japan visit a linguistics class. From left: Takayuki Naito, Yuto Katano, Akino Taniguchi, Yugo Tajima (front center), Sachiko Sakurai, Greg King, and Yoshiyuki Uno. Chris Thompson chose Japan’s communal baths as a lens through which students could study a […]

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May 6, 2013 at 4:06 pmNews