Post Tagged with: "Graduate Research"

Oyeyemi Ajayi Continues His Work on Plant Cell Walls, Biofuel Potential as Post-Doc

Oyeyemi Ajayi

As Oyeyemi Ajayi leaves Athens and heads to Penn State this month, his family is a little bigger, having welcomed a daughter, and his title is a little longer, having added a Ph.D. in Environmental & Plant Biology. He’s leaving cozy Athens for Happy Valley, another rustic college town. And […]

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July 6, 2021 at 12:58 pmNews Research

Class of 2021 | Dr. Henry Chimal-Dzul: From Mexico to Athens to Zurich

Henry Chimal-Dzul

Henry Chimal-Dzul, an international student from Mexico, graduates this spring with a Ph.D. in Mathematics. His next step is Switzerland. In Mexico, Chimal-Dzul earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in mathematics. This spring, he earns his doctoral hood, a piece of academic regalia that dates back to medieval […]

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April 8, 2021 at 1:03 pmNews

Sylvi Oh Wins Garden Club Award for Summer Work on Migratory Birds, Herbs and Forests

Sylvi Oh

Ohio University graduate student Sylvi Oh will be spending the summer studying how effective migratory birds are in spreading herb seeds that can help forests recover after human disturbance. Oh was awarded The Joan K. Hunt and Rachel M. Hunt Summer Scholarship in Field Botany from the Garden Club of America. The […]

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March 26, 2021 at 4:33 pmNews Research

Kristin Kelley Studies Violence in Tribal Nations, Plans for Law School

Kristin Kelley

Kristin Kelley’s academic experience as an undergraduate student at Ohio University was shaped by her participation in the Certificate Program in Law, Justice & Culture. Kelley developed an interest in violence against Native girls and women in her undergraduate capstone project, and now she’s delving further into the topic in […]

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March 24, 2021 at 12:36 amNews Research

Thompson Discovers Tadpoles Coping with Drier Conditions, Sheds Light on Effects of Climate Change

Left: Metamorph from a fast-drying pool. Right: Metamorph from a slow-drying pool. Photo by Kyle Brooks.

From Ohio University News Warmer spring weather is bringing the familiar early sounds of spring peepers and wood frogs calling. These amphibians breed in temporary vernal pools, which are small bodies of water that are critical habitat to many amphibians and aquatic invertebrates. Ohio University researchers have discovered some new […]

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March 17, 2021 at 1:05 pmNews

Balzer Discusses Dissertation and Continuing Research During COVID-19

Kyle Balzer

Kyle Balzer, a doctoral student in History and the Contemporary History Institute, recently won a Student Enhancement Award from Ohio University’s Research Division. Together with a research grant from the Gerald R. Ford Foundation for work at the Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Mich., this allows him to complete […]

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March 4, 2021 at 10:39 pmResearch

Lee-Colvin Collaboration Results in NIH Funding to Study Alzheimer’s Disease

Lee-Colvin Collaboration Results in NIH Funding to Study Alzheimer’s Disease

Long-standing research collaboration between Drs. Daewoo Lee and Robert Colvin has resulted in National Institutes of Health funding to study Alzheimer’s disease. Lee and Colvin were always exchanging ideas as they crossed paths in the hallways of the Life Sciences Building. Now they are collaborating in their labs in search […]

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January 5, 2021 at 12:51 pmResearch