Houser is an expert in tornadoes, meteorology and geography. Her research focuses on tornado formation and how they may form from the ground up. She also studies the storms that produce tornadoes through rapid-scan polarimetric mobile radar system.
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Amy Mehlman Strope and Rosemary Oaks will become the first two students who were accepted into the Early Assurance Program through the Heritage College in 2013 to graduate as physicians.Read the Story
Tim Mayza was drafted by a Major League Baseball team before completing his undergraduate degree, as many promising young athletes are.
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Imani Estrada was the first student to participate in the new internship program initiated through OhioLINK to increase diverse perspectives in libraries across the state of Ohio.
The Athens City Sewer Crew will be conducting a sewer smoke test on S. Court Street starting at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, May 19.
Professional Development Pathways (PDP) is happy to announce a professional development opportunity now available to faculty and staff.
Amidst a year filled with uncertainties and need for innovation, Ohio University found new ways to offer robust and connecting orientation events for incoming international students.
OHIO experts discuss impact of Hip-Hop
In the latest Ask the Experts livestream, Professors Akil Houston and Jason Rawls discussed the origins of Hip-Hop and how over the last 50 years it has influenced black culture, activism and education.
Nesic is an expert in corrosion, erosion, pipeline corrosion and chemical engineering. He oversees OHIO’s Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Technology, the largest pipeline research facility in the world and the only one in the United States.