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When Emily McCarty's sister was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she immediately recognized a need for improved healthcare around MS and shifted her focus to biomedical engineering.
Zelda Thayer-Hansen (they/them) logged over 170 hours working with FRONT International in Cleveland this summer, assisting internationally recognized contemporary artists.
The Center for Advising, Career and Experiential Learning seeks to expand access to experiential learning opportunities through stewardship grants and student awards.
OHIO student Hannah Moore selected as inaugural Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service recipient
Hannah Moore came to Ohio University to be a doctor. She had guaranteed acceptance on the pre-med track. But life can have an interesting way of creating opportunities to shape dreams.
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 students.
Hannah Koerner interned with two publishing companies as a student. Now she's living her dream working for a book publisher in New York City.
When Ohio University student Caroline Rhude heard of the opportunity to study abroad in Spain this summer, she jumped at the chance.
On Aug. 27, HTC reunion attendees are encouraged to stop by Alden Library to view the “With Honors” exhibit and interact with tables of hands-on historic University Archives materials.
If you want to know who Alexis Karolin is and the type of student she was, consider how she frames her Ohio University experience.
Geoff Buckley, Ph.D., has been appointed an interim Associate Dean in the Honors Tutorial College, effective July 15.