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OHIO researchers awarded $2.8 million grant for VIGOR study

Dr. James Thomas, Professor of Physical Therapy in Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions’ School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences, and Dr. Christopher France, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, have received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to expand on their previous research seeking to help patients suffering from chronic back pain find relief through virtual reality video games.

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Michael R. Deis appointed director of Avionics Engineering Center

Michael “Mike” R. Deis has been appointed Stocker Visiting Professor/director of the Avionics Engineering Center, effective Fri., Oct. 27. He will succeed Mike DiBenedetto who will serve until Nov. 10 and will continue as a senior research engineer.

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OHIO’s Combat Veterans Club helps put elementary students on a path to academic success

One of the Ohio University Combat Veterans Club’s latest community outreach efforts involved partnering with the Athens County Children Services’ School Outreach Program and local businesses to help ensure a successful start to the academic year for students in one local elementary school.

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“Becoming an Ally: Tutoring Multilingual Writers” to debut Oct. 11

Student programs develop new training film.

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San Francisco alumni run to fund blood cancer research

San Francisco alumni run to fund blood cancer research

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Bobcats in the NFL: Indianapolis Colts linebacker Tarell Basham

Welcome to a four-part series of former Bobcats in the NFL. Through Q and A's over the phone, OhioBobcats.com Feature Writer Pete Nakos will bring you a weekly story on a Bobcat.

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Local artists featured in exhibition of plant-inspired art

The Ohio University Multicultural Center Art Gallery on the second floor of Baker University Center will host a reception for the exhibition, “Verdant: An Exhibition of Plant-Inspired Art,” from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20.

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