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South African human rights advocate brings his work to OHIO this fall

1 month 2 weeks ago

Mohamed "Shafie" Ameermia, portraitFrom Ohio University News South African human rights advocate Mohamed “Shafie” Ameermia arrives in Athens on Sept. 1, bringing with him a lifetime of expertise and experience to share with Ohio University students as a Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor. Ameermia is a legal consultant and the current commissioner […]

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Yeong Kim studies Japan’s bid to host the 2030 Olympics, spends summer at Chubu

2 months ago

Dr. Yeong Kim went to the Nagoya Dome with four members of Chubu University’s Center for International Affairs and their families to see a Chunichi Dragons baseball game.From Ohio University News As Japan awaits a decision on whether its city of Sapporo will get to host the 2030 Winter Olympics, Yeong-Hyun Kim spent the summer in Japan researching both the lure and the urban impact of being an Olympic venue. “After the pandemic-marred Tokyo 2020, you would assume […]

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25 Arts & Sciences Faculty Promoted, 15 Granted Tenure

2 months 4 weeks ago

Wilson Hall on College GreenFrom Ohio University News The Ohio University Board of Trustees voted in June to award promotion to 25 College of Arts & Sciences faculty members, with seven named full professor, 15 promoted to associate professor with tenure, and three named associate professor of instruction. “Tenure-track assistant professors generally apply for […]

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