Kingori is an expert in sexually transmitted diseases and refugee and immigrant health. She researches HIV/AIDS prevention as well as stigma among people of African descent. She’s conducted research in Kenya, examining health behaviors.
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Students from the Patton College of Education gave a very well received presentation at the 2022 Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance state convention.
To honor the work, life, and legacy of Richard Bitters, a dedication was held to name Cutler Hall’s first floor conference room the Richard L. Bitters Executive Conference Room.
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Heritage College graduate and child advocate Tyree Winters, D.O., will be the speaker for the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s 2023 Commencement, set for 10 a.m. May 13 at the Convocation Center in Athens.
Less than 10 years after graduating from OHIO, alumna Maddie Meyer (’14) has learned a thing or two about navigating the world and securing her dream job as chief photographer for Getty Images.
It’s one of the biggest stories in history, and four of the journalists who helped tell it will join the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism on Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. in Schoonover Center Room 145.
niversity Libraries’ 1804 Special Endowment Fund and the Arts and Humanities Junior Faculty Endowment Fund applications are now open for 2023 submissions.
Music – the universal language brings Venezuelan pianist Alejandro Orta to study at OHIO
Coming to Athens, Ohio from Venezuela can be a major culture shock, but for Alejandro Orta, one thing remains the same everywhere – the 88 keys on a piano.
Yahn is an expert in rural and Appalachian communities and schools and school funding. Her research includes creating a teacher pipeline to rural schools, while maintaining the existing workforce and societal issues in rural communities.