Ohio University has announced that Charles J. Ping Professor of Humanities and Distinguished Professor of Classics Thomas H. Carpenter, Ph.D. will serve as the University’s 2017 Fall Commencement speaker.
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Paleontologists from OHIO have discovered a new species of an extinct, meat-eating, bobcat-sized mammal. The new fossil offers important insight into a time 25 million years ago when the modern landscape and animal communities of the African continent began to emerge.
The Ohio University Marching 110 will be featured on one of the world’s biggest stages when the “Most Exciting Band in the Land” travels to New York City to appear in the 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade ®. The Parade steps off at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 23.
Ohio University astrophysicist Dr. Ryan Chornock is part of a large international team of scientists that has reported a major new discovery about the cosmos -- it's a finding that can help scientists unlock bigger questions about the cosmos, including what it's made of and how it's evolving.
“It provides a path to future research on the expansion of the universe,” Chornock said.
A scholar of women's studies, and OHIO's top newsmaker for 2016, Dr. Katherine Jellison devotes her research to various topics of the field, including women's suffrage and First Lady Studies.Read More