Perspectives magazine 

Biology student travels Appalachia to examine how climate change impacts amphibians

Perspectives magazine covers the research, scholarship and creative activity of Ohio University faculty, staff, and students. It is a published for a diverse audience each spring and autumn. To join our mailing list or request a hard copy, please contact editor Andrea Gibson at

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Story index:

1. History student uses unique World War II collection to examine accounts of souvenir hunting, looting

2. How DNA barcoding can boost quality control for medical plant product

3. Undergraduate research spotlight: Engineering students explore biofuels, robotics, fuel cells 

4. Political scientist explores the role of fear, hatred, and anxiety in international conflicts

5. Biology student travels Appalachia to examine how climate change impacts amphibians

6. How physicists are unraveling fundamental mysteries about the matter that makes up our world 

7. What the small, clam-like brachiopod can tell us about how species compete, survive, or face extinction

8. Video series captures the experience of living with chronic illness

9. Playwright Bianca Sams tackles the issues of military sexual assault and post-traumatic stress disorder in new works

10. Inside Out: Artist Rajorshi Ghosh shares his vantage point

11. The Expert View: Alan Silver on trends in casino management

Stories from the Autumn/Winter 2013 edition
Stories from the Spring/Summer 2013 edition
Stories from the Special 2013 Graduate Student edition
Stories from the Autumn/Winter 2012 issue
Stories from the Spring/Summer 2012 issue