- OEMPA Student Timothy Greene
- Gil Fuleki
- Alex Slaymaker
- Shagbark Seed and Mill
- Robert Gordon
- Jeffrey Finkle
- Jennifer Bowman
- Michael Zimmer
- Annie's MPA experience
- Thomas' MPA Experience
- Crescent's MPA Experience
- Zero Waste Initiative
- Nathan's MSES Experience
- Mary's MSES Experience
- DoE Good Neighbors
- Beverly Jones
- Trenia Twyman
- ECO 2 Capture
- Pierce Run part II
- Ghost Blind
Captain Timothy Greene on the OHIO Executive MPA Program
Ohio University student Timothy Greene was an officer in the US Army, serving in the ROTC, as well as a full time student in the Ohio University Executive MPA program at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs on top of his personal obligations. Listen and observe as he describes the OEMPA program and how it fit into his complex life yet was completely manageable.
BioStar Energy (Biodigester heating a greenhouse and providing jobs)
Gil Fuleki from BioStar Energy discusses the the business and the importance of working with the Perry County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The company developed, built and operates an anaerobic biodigester differently than anyone else in the industry. BioStar has worked with Ohio University and TechGROWTH Ohio to help grow and expand their business.
Alex Slaymaker and her Zero Waste Passion
Ohio University undergraduate student Alex Slaymaker didn't sit back during her years on the Athens campus, she made things happen. Listen as she describes her sustainability efforts and success on multiple levels at this beautiful campus in SE Ohio.
Shagbark Seed and Mill works with the SBDC
Shagbark Seed and Mill is making a difference in the food network with the assistance of the Small Business Development Center at Ohio University's Voinovich School.
"The Voinovich School is ..." by Robert Gordon, Project Manager
Robert Gordon, Project Manager at Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes the Voinovich School in his own words.
"The Voinovich School is..." by Jeffrey Finkle, Appalachian New Economy Partnership Fellow
Jeffrey Finkle, President/CEO of the International Economic Development Council and the Appalachian New Economy Partnership Fellow at Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes what the Voinovich School is in his own words.
"The Voinovich School is..." by Jennifer Bowman, Environmental Project Manager
Jennifer Bowman, Environmental Project Manager with Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes what the Voinovich School is in her own words.
"The Voinovich School is..." by Michael Zimmer, Executive in Residence
Michael Zimmer, Executive in Residence at Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes what the Voinovich School is in his own words, and the tremendous change it is having on the region and state.
"My OHIO MPA Experience" by Annie White
Learn about Annie White's unique experience in the MPA program at OHIO's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs and what it has done for her.
"My OHIO MPA Experience" by Thomas Raabe
Learn about the experience of Thomas Raabe, an MPA student at Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
"My OHIO MPA experience" by Crescent Gallagher
Follow Crescent Gallagher, MPA student at Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs to see what his experience entailed and how he maximized the opportunities.
Zero Waste Initiative
The Appalachian Ohio Zero Waste Initiative (AOZWI) collaborates with communities to build local wealth and environmental health by increasing waste diversion and supporting the development of a zero waste economy. AOZWI was formed in 2010 in response to a number of challenges in Southeast Ohio: low recycling rates, high rates of illegal dumping, and burning. The AOZWI is coordinated by Rural Action in partnership with the Voinovich School of leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University and funded by the Sugar Bush Foundation, a supporting organization of the Ohio University Foundation. Photos by Darcy Holdorf, audio and production by Jenna Smith
"My OHIO MSES Experience" by Nathan Daniel
Ohio University's Environmental Studies program is a unique multidisciplinary program. Follow along with student Nathan Daniel as he discusses his thesis project and outcome.
"My OHIO MSES Experience" by Mary Alexis Leciejewski
Ohio University's Environmental Studies program is a unique multidisciplinary program. Follow along with Mary Alexis Leciejewski as she navigates the program.
DoE Good Neighbors
Through a grant provided by the DOE Office of Environmental Management Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office, Ohio University is engaging in a variety of public outreach and applied environmental science tasks at the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PORTS) facility in Piketon, Ohio as DOE executes the decontamination and decommissioning of the site. These tasks are focused on engaging the public and developing solutions to existing environmental concerns at the site and are designed to inform decision-making related to cleanup and risk reduction at the PORTS facility. OU’s work benefits the public by providing information to DOE that contributes to the cleanup occurring more expeditiously, more efficaciously, and more cost-effectively (i.e. faster, better, cheaper). This will accelerate the repurposing of the facility for other industrial uses resulting in economic benefits to surrounding communities. Produced by Brice Nihiser.
"The Voinovich School is.." by Beverly Jones, Visiting Fellow
Listen as Beverly Jones, Visiting Fellow with OHIO's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes the positive impact of the Voinovich School
"The Voinovich School is..." by Trenia Twyman
Trenia Twyman, with Ohio University's Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs describes what the Voinovich School is in her own words.
ECO 2 Capture
Dave Bayless, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Ohio University talks about the process of developing the company ECO 2 Capture at a University, working to commercialize the technology, and the journey of an academic becoming an entrepreneur.
Pierce Run part II
Ben McCament, Watershed Coordinator for the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, discusses the importance of efforts to clean up acid mine drainage along Pierce Run in the Raccoon Creek Watershed.
Ghostblind Industries, a company located in Marietta, Ohio has worked with TechGROWTH Ohio to secure venture capital funding and business assistance services. Founded by hunting enthusiasts Chet Burdette and Kevin Pottmeyer, the company's signature hunting blinds utilize lightweight, reflective panels to create a fool-proof camouflage in any landscape. Based on its potential to attract a large market, create jobs and contribute to the regional economy, GhostBlind Industries was a prime candidate for TechGROWTH Ohio support.