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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Meet Marcy, OUPD's newest Explosives Detecting K9. Highly-trained and friendly, Marcy works campus events and travels across the region with her handler (and best friend), Officer Richard Drake.
More than 300 bone and fossil replicas, ranging from gorilla skulls to rare ones like the hominin “Lucy,” are available to sociology and anthropology students thanks to a recent funding award.
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Ohio University supports its military-affiliated and veteran students through its Veterans Center and related events and services. The University will host a series of events in honor of Veterans Day 2023.
When Cole Braham came to Ohio University from Hudson, Ohio, the plan was to be the next big sports anchor at ESPN.
Ohio University is the home of one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation. Along with iconic brick pathways and towering elms, our campuses are also home to an active wildlife population.
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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.