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Wednesday, Jul 01, 2015

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Vigil held for nine Charleston, South Carolina, shooting victims

More than 100 people from the Ohio University and local communities gathered at noon on Monday to remember the nine victims of the June 17 racially motivated shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

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OHIO researcher and alum wins national award for improving aviation navigation tech

A researcher at Ohio University’s Avionics Engineering Center and recent Ph.D. graduate has recently won the 2015 William E. Jackson Award from the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA), marking the fifteenth win from OHIO in the 40-year history of the award.

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Engineering technology and management student receives elite ROTC award

Senior Ethan Ida will receive a bronze medal with bronze key replica at a fall award ceremony. The award is given annually to outstanding ROTC junior and senior engineers in the top 25 percent of their engineering class and ROTC class. A maximum of 20 awards are given to the Army, Air Force and Navy each.

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Jimmy Tong: Four Decades of WISE Guidance

How a chemistry professor provided a pathway to science and engineering careers for local girls.

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Live Healthy Appalachia serves up healthy lifestyle info to the region

Live Healthy Appalachia serves up healthy lifestyle info to the region

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CBS Sports Network to televise MAC football and basketball games

CBS Sports Network has reached a multi-year deal to televise college football and basketball games from the Mid-American Conference. The deal begins this season and continues through 2018-19.

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University to host renowned pianist Alan Chow

An acclaimed pianist will be performing at Ohio University as part of the school’s annual Piano Pedagogy Seminar. Alan Chow will give a free recital on Friday, June 19.

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