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Fall 2021 | New data science course gives students skills to explore real-world issues

This plot with age-adjusted death rates is used in the project to evaluate causes, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular disease.

From Ohio University News Ohio University offers a new course this fall designed to give students in any major the skills they need to ask questions and explore problems using data. “We are immersed in data every day. It governs our lives in seen and unseen ways. Understanding how data […]

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July 14, 2021 at 12:08 pmIn Class News

Snell’s Restoration Ecology Class Helps Restore Biodiversity on Radar Hill

A group of OHIO students working on Radar Hill in 2019. Photo Credit: Rebecca Snell

By Olivia Mayernik From Ohio University News Ohio University’s Environmental & Plant Biology Department has been working to help restore biodiversity on Radar Hill within The Ridges Land Lab for nearly a decade. Dr. Rebecca Snell, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, teaches PBIO 3330 (Restoration Ecology) […]

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April 28, 2021 at 5:10 pmIn Class News

Winning Student Essays Explore Wide Range of History Topics

2021 prize winners and history majors (clockwise from top left) Holly Thompson, Eli Wanner, Justin Boyle, and Miranda Christy.

The Ohio University History Department awarded four undergraduate essays with this year’s Randolph Stone Prize. Each Randolph Stone Prize winner receives a cash award as well as recognition at the Annual Undergraduate History Conference. Justin Boyle originally wrote “New Mexican and Hawaiian Statehood: National Identity in Twentieth-Century America” as his […]

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March 25, 2021 at 4:20 pmIn Class News

Annual History Essay Competition Deadline is March 1

Bentley Annex, home of the History Department at Ohio University

Each year the Ohio University History Department awards the Randolph Stone Prize to reward excellence in the writing of history. Undergraduate students of any major are invited to submit an essay, review, or research paper recently written for any OHIO History Department course. Entries are due Monday, March 1, 2021. […]

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February 15, 2021 at 12:30 pmAnnouncements In Class News

Anton Op-Ed Probes Impact of Prison Releases on Families

Victoria Anton

Ohio University alumna Victoria Anton ’20, now pursuing an M.A. in Sociology at OHIO, authored an op-ed in the Athens News headlined What can happen behind closed doors and how to fix it for justice-involved families. With the onset of the COVID-19 global health pandemic, prison populations have been a […]

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December 30, 2020 at 3:59 pmAlumni In Class In the News News Students in the News

Hendrix Pens Op-Ed on COVID Relief for Thousands Released from Prison

Hendrix Pens Op-Ed on COVID Relief for Thousands Released from Prison

Ohio University alumna Clara Hendrix ’20, now pursuing an M.A. in Sociology at OHIO, authored an op-ed in the Athens News headlined There is no COVID-19 relief for thousands being released from U.S. prisons. As the devastating effects of COVID-19 continue to ravage the country, there have been endless calls […]

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December 30, 2020 at 3:25 pmAlumni In Class In the News News Students in the News

OHIO Students Taste Their Way Through the Wonders of Ecuador

Ecuador group photo at Mitad del Mundo

by Joy Kostansek Four Ohio University students had the opportunity to taste their way through the culture and traditions of Ecuadorian agriculture over spring break 2020. Led by Dr. Theresa Moran and faculty from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, the inaugural Coffee, Chocolate and Sugar: Sustainable Agriculture program was […]

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May 4, 2020 at 2:33 pmIn Class News