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WGSS Welcomes Alumni Home to OHIO at Reunion and Roundtables

WGSS Welcomes Alumni Home to OHIO at Reunion and Roundtables

by Kristin Distel At Homecoming 2018, the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program welcomed home several of the program’s alumni as part of the fourth annual Reunion and Roundtables event. Reunion and Roundtables is, WGSS director Dr. Cindy Anderson states, the “brainchild of Dr. Julie White” and made possible by […]

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January 9, 2019 at 11:57 amAlumni News

WGSS Panel Discusses Reproductive Health, ‘Hard Questions’

From left: Jessica Ensley, Alyssa Ensminger, Anushka Gole, Dr. Patty Stokes

by Kristin Distel The Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies program welcomed back several of its alumni for the annual Reunion and Roundtables event, which featured a keynote address, several discussion panels, and a reception. The first panel of the day, titled “Reproductive Justice,” focused on a discussion of prenatal care, […]

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January 9, 2019 at 11:47 amAlumni News

Economics, Geography Students Present Redevelopment Study to Zanesville Council

Jarrett Quanrud presents to Zanesville City Council.

Economics and geography students put their research and data skills to work on behalf of Zanesville, presenting options for redevelopment and the economic impact of the Mosaic Tile Property to the City Council on April 23. The economics students analyzed the economic impact, and the urban planning students developed possible […]

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May 1, 2018 at 8:51 amIn Class News

Poggione & Students Present Paper on ‘Selective Service: Gender and Legislative Oversight’

Dr. Sarah Poggione

Dr. Sarah Poggione, Associate Professor of Political Science, led a research team of Ohio University Political Science M.A. and MPA students—Ellenore Holbrook, Alison Thornton, and Morgan Stanley—who presented a paper on “Selective Service: Gender and Legislative Oversight in the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee” at the Midwest Political Science Association […]

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April 12, 2017 at 9:55 pmResearch