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Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

“On a sunny and memorable day in 1979, I stood in the post office in Manchester Center, Vermont, and unwrapped the package containing the advance copy of my first book, Old Yellowstone Days. As I stood there staring at it in wonder, I realized that with its publication I had […]

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June 17, 2013 at 3:21 pmAlumni in the News News

Brown: A Look at Obama’s Red Line and Sen. McCain’s Crusade

“Now that the White House has acknowledged that the Assad regime in Syria did use sarin gas on several occasions in March, killing 100-150 people, a couple of questions are immediately obvious. What will Obama’s next step be? What role should the United States play in this increasingly bloody conflict?” […]

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June 17, 2013 at 12:59 pmIn the News Students in the News

Fogt Discusses Today’s Extreme Weather Conditions with WOUB

Fogt Discusses Today’s Extreme Weather Conditions with WOUB

Weather conditions today could bring a line of severe weather similar to the damaging high winds of last summer known as a derecho. Dr. Ryan Fogt, Assistant Professor of Geography and Director of the Scalia Laboratory for Atmospheric Analysis in the Ohio University Department of Geography, describes the conditions in […]

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June 12, 2013 at 9:09 amFaculty in the News In the News News

Medicine in the Negev; Air Raids in Be’er Sheva

Medicine in the Negev; Air Raids in Be’er Sheva

On his way to medical school, Devin Patchell ’09 took a global path—to the Negev Desert of southern Israel. One family at a time, he is helping Bedouins and nomadic people with little access to medical care establish a multi-generational shift toward preventive health care based on their unique needs. […]

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June 11, 2013 at 3:41 pmAlumni Alumni in the News In the News

Hicks: Why is the Earth’s Core So Hot?

Hicks: Why is the Earth’s Core So Hot?

“In Jules Verne’s classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth, explorers find a hidden tunnel that takes them to a forgotten land filled with wild beasts and other wonders,” writes Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, on Sunday, June 2, in the Columbus Dispatch. Hicks writes […]

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June 4, 2013 at 5:58 pmNews

Study Suggests Second Life for Possible Spintronic Materials

Study Suggests Second Life for Possible Spintronic Materials

Ohio University research merges manganese, gallium nitride in uniform layer Ten years ago, scientists were convinced that a combination of manganese and gallium nitride could be a key material to create spintronics, the next generation of electronic devices that operate on properties found at the nanoscale. But researchers grew discouraged […]

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Chronicle: The Long Odds of the Faculty Job Search

Chronicle: The Long Odds of the Faculty Job Search

The May 19 Chronicle of Higher Education article “The Long Odds of the Faculty Job Search” featured a review of an Ohio University faculty search in the Department of English Language and Literature in the College of Arts & Sciences. The creative writing position was filled by Patrick O’Keeffe, whose […]

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May 21, 2013 at 4:11 pmFaculty in the News In the News News