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Working on the Wayne | Setting Out into the Woods

Nathan Jedlinsky following the proposed mountain bike trail flags in the Wayne. Photo by Abbey Didier

By Abbey Didier Wildlife Biology and Conservation Major We have all been hiking before, of course, but it’s usually on marked trails where we just follow the dirt path and can be confident it continues on a marked route. Working in the Wayne National Forest requires a little more…sense of […]

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June 11, 2018 at 1:40 pmNews

Interns Go to Work on Wayne Bailey’s Mountain Bike, Oak Projects

Interns Go to Work on Wayne Bailey’s Mountain Bike, Oak Projects

by Kristin Distel Ten Ohio University students are spending their summer gaining invaluable hands-on experience as they intern at Wayne National Forest. The majority of the interns’ time will be spent assisting with two major Wayne National Forest initiatives—the Bailey’s Mountain Bike Project, where student interns are “integral” to the […]

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May 18, 2018 at 1:23 pmNews

Jaramillo Places First in Society of Physics Students Research Conference

Dr. Douglas Clowe and senior Michael Jaramillo

Six Ohio University undergraduate Physics & Astronomy students presented an overview of their projects undertaken the previous summer, during the 2018 Society of Physics Students Research Conference held recently in Walter Hall. The presentations were reviewed by a panel of two faculty judges. Society of Physics (SPS) Faculty Adviser Dr. […]

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April 20, 2018 at 2:15 pmNews

Internship | Senior Confirms Career Interest in Being a Detective

Internship | Senior Confirms Career Interest in Being a Detective

By Grace Mullen ’18 I am a senior at Ohio University double-majoring in Psychology and Sociology-Criminology. I arranged for a spring internship through Roberta Roberson, coordinator for the Sociology and Sociology-Criminology Internship Program. I am currently interning for the Athens County Sheriff’s Department. Throughout my internship I ride around with […]

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April 9, 2018 at 8:32 amNews

Japanese Courses Led Clancy to Internship, Grad School, Career

Japanese Courses Led Clancy to Internship, Grad School, Career

Foreign languages always interested Jack Clancy ’14. But little did he know that his passion for the Japanese language and culture would reshape his entire career path. As an International Business major, Clancy knew that he wanted to become fluent in a second language. He chose to study Japanese in […]

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April 6, 2018 at 12:16 pmIn Class News

Internship Delivers Firsthand Knowledge of Government Interactions with Citizens

Sara Nolan '18

  Sara Nolan ’18 involved herself in a variety of activities throughout her time in college, but becoming an intern for the Athens County Public Defender’s Office was a new and amazing experience for her. This internship has allowed Nolan to shadow local attorneys and social workers, working with them […]

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April 3, 2018 at 8:06 amNews

Career Corner | Full-Time Internship Open at Athens’ Own

Career Corner | Full-Time Internship Open at Athens’ Own

Athens’ Own is seeking a full-time intern to serve as a “Resilience Communications and Education Specialist.” About Athens’ Own: “We work to increase the resilience of our Athens community. Every action we take as a business is guided by our greater goal of strengthening resilience and sustainability. We embrace our local economy […]

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April 2, 2018 at 1:51 pmNews