Post Tagged with: "Kelly Johnson"

Five A&S Faculty Part of Innovation Grant to Monitor Fracking Impact

Five A&S Faculty Part of Innovation Grant to Monitor Fracking Impact

Five College of Arts & Sciences faculty are collaborators on a newly funded Ohio University Innovation Strategy project that will help monitor hydraulic fracturing and the water supply in Torch, OH. Called the “Partnership for Digitally Connected Environmental Monitoring,” this project unites environmental science with journalism and public outreach initiatives. The planning […]

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January 7, 2016 at 10:48 amNews

Student Teams Design Their Own Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods

Student presentations in CAS 1415

Undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences Introduction to Sustainability (CAS 1415) course become urban planners for a day. Students in CAS 1415 recently put what they learned about sustainable urban planning into practice by designing their own sustainable neighborhoods. During the preceding two weeks of class, […]

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December 2, 2015 at 9:35 amNews

Faculty Team-Teach Introduction to Sustainability Course

Faculty Team-Teach Introduction to Sustainability Course

The Sustainability Studies theme is offering a new Introduction to Sustainability course (CAS 1415) this spring semester. The course introduces students to sustainability concepts, issues, and trends from the local to the global levels. The course is team taught by Dr. Nancy Manring in Political Science, Dr. Kelly Johnson in […]

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March 10, 2015 at 11:50 amNews

Taking the Acid Out of Mine Drainage Isn’t the Whole Picture

Taking the Acid Out of Mine Drainage Isn’t the Whole Picture

Ohio University researchers are taking a closer look at a well-established acid-mine drainage treatment method. It’s not enough just to change the chemical pH in the stream, they write. It’s “an unspoken goal” also to restore the biology—the fish and aquatic life—in the watershed. And that may mean “sacrificing” a […]

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November 19, 2013 at 2:16 pmResearch