Post Tagged with: "Philip Cantino"

Messenger Quotes Cantino on Conservancy Funding to Purchase Land

Dr. Philip Cantino

Dr. Philip Cantino, Professor Emeritus of Environmental & Plant Biology, was quoted in an Athens Messenger article headlined “Athens Conservancy awarded more than $1 million in grant funding.” Among the three tracts the Athens Conservancy plans to purchase is “land from American Electric Power in York and Dover Twps. to […]

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April 20, 2018 at 8:08 amFaculty in the News In the News

Notable Alumni | Carolee Bull ‘Still Close to My Undergraduate Friends’

Dr. Carolee T. Bull

Editor’s Note: The College of Arts & Sciences launches the Notable Alumni Awards, honoring 37 Notable Alumni in 2017 for broad accomplishments in their careers, a commitment to community service, and valuable contributions to Ohio University, the College of Arts & Sciences, and its students. Dr. Carolee T. Bull ’85 […]

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October 25, 2017 at 4:27 pmAlumni News

Happy Beginnings | Alum Continuing Plant Fossil Adventures After Graduation

Brian Atkinson in the lab

Editor’s Note: The Happy Beginnings series features recent College of Arts & Sciences graduates who are getting started in careers, graduate school and service. By MC Tilton, PACE Writer Ohio University alum Brian Atkinson ’12 has been busy making his mark in the ecology field. Atkinson earned a B.S. in […]

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October 2, 2017 at 4:19 pmAlumni

Teacher Based a Varied Career on Plant Biology Degree

Todd Bean

By Heather Willard, PACE Writer Todd Bean ’99, ’13M graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Plant Biology-Applied Ecology. He also earned an M.Ed. from the Patton College of Education. Now, 17 years later, he teaches in Athens County after a […]

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February 6, 2017 at 11:49 amAlumni

Plant Biology Alum Has Tasty Career Based on Coffee and Chocolate

Courtney Denning

By Heather Willard ’17 Courtney Denning ’10 graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University with bachelor degrees in Applied Ecology and Women’s and Gender Studies. Now, seven years later, Denning is a successful professional with a career that takes advantage of some tasty tropical plants. Connect […]

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January 23, 2017 at 3:55 pmAlumni

Cantino Article Sheds New Light on Subfamilial Classification of Lamiaceae

Dr. Philip Cantino

Dr. Philip Cantino, Professor Emeritus of Environmental & Plant Biology, co-authored an article on “A large-scale chloroplast phylogeny of the Lamiaceae sheds new light on its subfamilial classification” in Scientific Reports on Oct. 17. His co-authors are Bo Li of Jiangxi Agricultural University; Richard G. Olmstead of the University of […]

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October 26, 2016 at 11:41 amResearch