Amara Huddleston
“My research focuses on how climate change affects Lake Erie’s food web, and how climate change affects the nutritional value of the fish we eat, specifically, how it affects the levels of those fatty acids that are so good for us.” Amara Huddleston EEOB
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Charles Calhoun Photo
“I auditioned for a solo part in my middle school choir as a joke, mimicking some opera singing I had heard before, but then someone was like, ‘but wait you’re actually good.’” Charles Calhoun Arts Policy and Administration
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Angel Guo
"Politics has always been a part of my life. I grew up in a household where we talked about politics during family dinners. Everything stems from politics and I want to understand how I can use that knowledge to benefit the people and learn more about the complexities of the political world." Angel Guo Political Science and Business
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Michelle Maguire headshot
"I like art that tells a story and transports me to another place. I tend to be drawn to stories about ordinary people with big spirit and colorful dialogue." Michelle Maguire Associate Curator, Visual Resources Library, Department of History of Art
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JM Rayburn
If you want to change the world, start with your city. Columbus is what I know best and it's a fairly progressive city. When I look back and see where I was and where I’m going, I’m convinced that only in Columbus could my story be true. There is still a lot of work to be done here. It’s a city on the rise. JM Rayburn BA, Portuguese and International Studies, 2009
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Japera Benson
Japera Benson is a third-year psychology major. From Cleveland, Japera recently volunteered at a middle school in her hometown, conducting an empowerment workshop for middle school girls. She works at Disability Services and is an RA in Scholars West dorm. Japera Benson Psychology
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Walt King
Walter King’s research focuses on sports analytics as it relates to baseball. After graduation in May, Walt will be relocating to Anaheim, California for a baseball operations Internship with the Los Angeles Angels. Walt King Economics
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Asha Whitfield
To me, the overarching effect of study abroad—any time I go abroad, or take the steps to learn about another culture—is that I learn a lot about me, what I value and my identity. The more I take time to learn about someone or something else, the more I understand me. Asha Whitfield BFA, Dance, 2016
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Zuri Hall
I love that no two days are the same! Monotony gets boring to me after a while, so it's great that I'm constantly challenged and growing. I truly enjoy having open, authentic conversations with interesting people—and I must admit, the glamour of walking and reporting on A-list red carpets is exhilarating! Zuri Hall BA, Communication, 2010
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Photo of Jeff McKee
Jeff McKee, a physical anthropologist, has been conducting research on hominid evolution and paleoecology for more than 30 years. He is the author of Sparing Nature: The Conflict Between Human Population Growth and Earth's Biodiversity and The Riddled Chain: Chance, Coincidence, and Chaos in Human Evolution. Jeff McKee Professor, Anthropology
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Amara Huddleston
“My research focuses on how climate change affects Lake Erie’s food web, and how climate change affects the nutritional value of the fish we eat, specifically, how it affects the levels of those fatty acids that are so good for us.” Amara Huddleston EEOB
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Charles Calhoun Photo
“I auditioned for a solo part in my middle school choir as a joke, mimicking some opera singing I had heard before, but then someone was like, ‘but wait you’re actually good.’” Charles Calhoun Arts Policy and Administration
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Angel Guo
"Politics has always been a part of my life. I grew up in a household where we talked about politics during family dinners. Everything stems from politics and I want to understand how I can use that knowledge to benefit the people and learn more about the complexities of the political world." Angel Guo Political Science and Business
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Japera Benson
Japera Benson is a third-year psychology major. From Cleveland, Japera recently volunteered at a middle school in her hometown, conducting an empowerment workshop for middle school girls. She works at Disability Services and is an RA in Scholars West dorm. Japera Benson Psychology
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Photo of Jeff McKee
Jeff McKee, a physical anthropologist, has been conducting research on hominid evolution and paleoecology for more than 30 years. He is the author of Sparing Nature: The Conflict Between Human Population Growth and Earth's Biodiversity and The Riddled Chain: Chance, Coincidence, and Chaos in Human Evolution. Jeff McKee Professor, Anthropology
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Wendy Smooth
Wendy Smooth, associate professor, women’s, gender and sexuality studies, is one of the foremost voices writing on the experiences of women of color as law makers and women of color in public policy. Wendy Smooth Associate Professor, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
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Mehmet Caner.
Economics professor Mehmet Caner is part of a group of newly-hired faculty affiliated with Ohio State’s Translational Data Analytics Initiative, formed to create and apply data-based solutions to global challenges. “Big data is high dimensional and may have tremendous implications for big policy." Mehmet Caner Professor, Economics
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Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson
"We have received support and encouragement from the very beginning when we started building the ice core paleoclimate research program as graduate students. We have had opportunities to move our research program elsewhere but have always been confident that we could accomplish all of our objectives at Ohio State." Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson Distinguished University Professors
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Michelle Maguire headshot
"I like art that tells a story and transports me to another place. I tend to be drawn to stories about ordinary people with big spirit and colorful dialogue." Michelle Maguire Associate Curator, Visual Resources Library, Department of History of Art
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JM Rayburn
If you want to change the world, start with your city. Columbus is what I know best and it's a fairly progressive city. When I look back and see where I was and where I’m going, I’m convinced that only in Columbus could my story be true. There is still a lot of work to be done here. It’s a city on the rise. JM Rayburn BA, Portuguese and International Studies, 2009
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Zuri Hall
I love that no two days are the same! Monotony gets boring to me after a while, so it's great that I'm constantly challenged and growing. I truly enjoy having open, authentic conversations with interesting people—and I must admit, the glamour of walking and reporting on A-list red carpets is exhilarating! Zuri Hall BA, Communication, 2010
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Kyle Shepard
Lt. Kyle Shepard, MSC, USN, Deputy Department Head, Operational Audiology, Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune. In 2013, Shepard was hand-picked for commission as a naval lieutenant specializing in audiology (one or two audiologists are selected each year following a highly competitive, eight-month long process). Kyle Shepard BA, Speech and Hearing Science; Psychology
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Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson
"We have received support and encouragement from the very beginning when we started building the ice core paleoclimate research program as graduate students. We have had opportunities to move our research program elsewhere but have always been confident that we could accomplish all of our objectives at Ohio State." Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson Distinguished University Professors
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Caitlyn Bentley with Thomas “Cotton” Billingsley, courtesy of John Reidy Photography
"As I talked with Sergeant Rigell, I realized that war stories are not simply stories about what occurred here in the Pacific during WW II, not just memories of actions past; but a window into a way of life forged on these islands, on the beaches and in the jungles where these men fought for and died for each other..." World War II Pacific Trip Students Study Abroad
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Steve Martino
“I was absolutely blown away. No one was doing what he was showing us. I hadn’t seen images like that anywhere before...” Steve Martino Visual Communication Design, 1981
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Sara Santiago
“I was able to see another way of life and the very real risks to that way of life. I really learned how to be a geographer.” Sara Santiago Geography, 2012
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