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Engineering student welcomes new Bobcats to campus life

Engineering student welcomes new Bobcats to campus life

Two ways that first-year students are initially introduced to Ohio University are through Bobcat Student Orientation and Learning Communities. One junior is passionate about how these experiences shape student careers at OHIO. 

Danielle “Ellie” Klein serves her fellow students as an orientation leader and a learning community leader, and also assists prospective students in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology. She enjoys working with these future and new Bobcats, helping them find their place at the University. 

“Danielle is a dedicated student leader who is committed to making a difference in the lives of her peers and improving the experience for everyone in the OHIO campus community. As an orientation leader, not only was she a key factor in the successful transition of incoming students in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, but she also demonstrated collaboration, communication and enthusiasm in our work, setting an example for other orientation leaders to follow. Her impact will not soon be forgotten by the countless students, faculty and staff she has connected with in her student leader positions,” said Vincent Prior, director of undergraduate orientation programs. 

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