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Heritage College News Center

Heritage College News Center

Your hub for exploring Heritage College news, events, features, social media, videos and more.

Recent Stories

  • OHIO study demonstrates barriers to COVID-19 vaccination

    A new study initiated by our Infectious and Tropical Disease Institute and conducted by researchers throughout Ohio University shows that residents of Appalachian areas, younger Ohioans and Black and Hispanic residents are less likely to agree to a COVID-19 vaccine.
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  • Ohio University medical school begins in-person training

    The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will begin in-person learning activities on all three campuses beginning July 7.
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  • OHIO-Ecuador connection helps combat COVID-19

    A longtime collaboration between Ohio University and the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE) is helping step up the rate of testing for COVID-19 infections in the Latin American country. Assisting is the Center for Research in Health in Latin America (CISeAL), a joint venture between Ohio University and PUCE.
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Ohio University Medicine Blog

  • Student organization creates anti-racism video series

    Members of the Heritage College chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society have created a video series as part of an anti-racism campaign. Two student leaders share more about the project. 
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  • Happy (Black) Independence Day

    Ryan Clopton-Zymler, assistant director of our Office of Inclusion at the Heritage College, Cleveland, shares information about Juneteenth, including the importance of the day and ideas for celebrating it.
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Heritage College in the News

  • Art program aims to build connection between young and old

    Heritage College, Dublin, students volunteer to help memory-care patients create art through Opening Minds Through Art program.
    The Columbus Dispatch
  • Attracting the next generation of physicians to rural medicine

    Assistant Dean for Rural and Underserved Programs Randall Longenecker, M.D., weighs in on why and how medical schools are encouraging students to consider rural practice.
    AAMC News
  • 'Not Far from Me' tells stories of addiction from those directly impacted

    Daniel Skinner, Ph.D., and Berkeley Franz, Ph.D., collected some 50 personal stories from Ohioans directly affected by the opioid epidemic in "Not Far from Me: Stories of Opioids and Ohio.”
    WOUB: Spectrum podcast

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