|CHSP students provide free health care at Ohio River Medical Mission event Jun 25|
OHIO College of Health Sciences and Professions students turned out for the Ohio River Medical Mission’s effort to provide free health services to underserved communities in the Appalachian regions of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky.
|Engineering technology and management student receives elite ROTC award Jun 25|
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.
|International astronaut panel makes splash at OHIO-hosted event Jun 25|
Hundreds of campus, community, and International Space University (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15) participants got a taste of space Wednesday night at ISU’s annual International Astronaut Panel talk at Ohio University’s Baker University Center ballroom. Featuring four astronauts, the panel discussion addressed moon rocks, Mars landings and how international collaboration will take humankind to the furthest destinations yet.
|NASA Administrator, distinguished panelists fill space studies program’s public events next week Jun 25|
The public event series of International Space University’s (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15) continues next week at Ohio University with four public events in as many days, including a panel on the future of human spaceflight, a discussion about the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster and a lecture by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden.
|OHIO researcher and alum wins national award for improving aviation navigation tech Jun 25|
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.
|Space studies program participants to test miniature robotic rovers at OHIO competition Jun 25|
Robots will take over Ohio University’s Academic & Research Center on Friday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. during International Space University’s (ISU) annual public robotics competition. As part of ISU’s 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15), which OHIO is hosting, participants will test the miniature, high-tech robots they constructed to simulate planetary exploration.
|‘New Space’ entrepreneurs inspire future commercial space leaders during public panel Jun 25|
Participants in International Space University’s (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15), Ohio University campus and community members gathered Tuesday night at Baker University Center Theatre to hear from four distinguished space entrepreneurs, each leading advances in the global space markets with new services, products and technologies.