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Erik Nisbet

Associate Professor, Communication

June 22, 2017 How Putin is Singing Along with Trump White House Mother Jones

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David Bromwich

Professor, Geography

June 22, 2017 Unprecedented Melt in Antarctica (Video) Global News Canada

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Gary Wenk

Professor, Psychology

June 22, 2017 A puff of pot is good for the old noodle: Minister of Culture Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Kendra McSweeney

Professor, Geography

June 19, 2017 Cocaine Trafficking is Destroying Central America's Forests Science

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Kendra McSweeney

Professor, Geography

June 19, 2017 A Hidden Cost of Corruption: Environmental Devastation Washington Post

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Anne Co

Assistant Professor, Chemistry

June 19, 2017 The Future of Fuel and the Problem with Exhaust NPR

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot: Astronomers Discover Super-Heated Gas Planet Scientific American

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David Stebenne

Professor, History; Law

June 11, 2017 Statehood for Puerto Rico? The Conversation

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Margaret Price

Associate Professor, English

June 11, 2017 Study of Faculty Members with Mental Health Issues Inside Higher Ed

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Bear Braumoeller

Associate Professor, Political Science

June 11, 2017 Global Warming is Likely to Spark Food Violence UPI

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 The Hottest Planet Ever Washington Post

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 The Exoplanet is So Hot, It Might be Evaporating Discover Magazine

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 The Tech Astronomers Use to Explore the Universe's Many Planets Wall Street Journal

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 Newly Discovered Exoplanet is 'Hotter than Most Stars' NOVA

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Scott Gaudi

Professor, Astronomy

June 11, 2017 Newly Discovered Exoplanet is Hotter Than Most Stars CNN

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Bear Braumoeller

Associate Professor, Political Science

June 1, 2017 Food Violence Shows Need for Both Development and Climate Resilience New Security Beat

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Annie Zhang
Annie Zhang, microbiology major and graduating senior, won first place at the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum for work evaluating the accuracy of a low-cost diagnostic test for drug-resistant tuberculosis. Annie Zhang Microbiology
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In April, data analytics major Brett Bejcek participated in Ohio State’s second annual DataFest, and, for the second time, was on a winning team. He is now completing a Data Science for Social Good Fellowship in Seattle. Brett Bejcek Data Analytics
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Emma Baranski, a fourth-year from Connecticut, is studying arts management with a minor in dance. She is part of Ohio State’s synchronized swim team. This summer Baranski is moving to Northern California to train for the world synchronized swimming championships. Emma Baranski Arts Management
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Scott Hull, Earth sciences major from Canfield, Ohio, is the recipient of two Arts and Sciences undergraduate research scholarships. His research project, “The Prevalence of Exoplanetary Plate Tectonics,” won third place at the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Scott Hull Earth Sciences
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Casey Clark is an undergraduate student in the School of Earth Sciences, pursuing the school’s subprogram in petroleum geology and geophysics with a business minor. He plays snare drum in The Ohio State University Marching Band, works at the Columbus Zoo and is traveling to Utah this summer for geology field camp. Casey Clark Earth Sciences
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Jeffery Koebel
Jeffery Koebel is volunteering for his tenth Buck-I-SERV trip this May, traveling to Cape Town, South Africa. Koebel is a fourth-year student majoring in strategic communication with a minor in women’s, gender and sexuality studies from Old Fort, Ohio. Jeffery Koebel Strategic Communication
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Seth Lyon is a third-year biochemistry major from Marion, Ohio. His research project involving RNAs won first-place at the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Biochemistry Professor Venkat Gopalan is his research advisor. Seth Lyon Biochemistry
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Kaeli Hughes from Worthington, Ohio, is a graduating senior majoring in physics. Her research project on neutrinos won second-place at the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Physics Associate Professor Amy Connolly is her research advisor. Kaeli Hughes Physics
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Farhad Choksy is a fourth-year senior, majoring in political science. From Irvine, California, Choksy is keenly interested in voter behavior, political psychology and the orle of big data and government. He recently placed first in the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Farhad Choksy Political Science
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Kaitlyn Holzer
Kaitlyn Holzer is a third-year studying Arabic and political science. Holzer studied abroad in Morocco through Ohio State's Global May program. Kaitlyn Holzer Arabic and Political Science
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Annie Zhang
Annie Zhang, microbiology major and graduating senior, won first place at the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum for work evaluating the accuracy of a low-cost diagnostic test for drug-resistant tuberculosis. Annie Zhang Microbiology
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In April, data analytics major Brett Bejcek participated in Ohio State’s second annual DataFest, and, for the second time, was on a winning team. He is now completing a Data Science for Social Good Fellowship in Seattle. Brett Bejcek Data Analytics
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Emma Baranski, a fourth-year from Connecticut, is studying arts management with a minor in dance. She is part of Ohio State’s synchronized swim team. This summer Baranski is moving to Northern California to train for the world synchronized swimming championships. Emma Baranski Arts Management
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photo of Casey Clark
Casey Clark is an undergraduate student in the School of Earth Sciences, pursuing the school’s subprogram in petroleum geology and geophysics with a business minor. He plays snare drum in The Ohio State University Marching Band, works at the Columbus Zoo and is traveling to Utah this summer for geology field camp. Casey Clark Earth Sciences
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Kyoung Swearingen
Kyoung Lee Swearingen, an assistant professor in the Department of Design, has worked in the film industry for the last decade as a technical director of lighting at Pixar Animation Studios and DNA Productions. She has worked on features and shorts including: Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up, Cars 2, Toy Story 3 and more. Kyoung Lee Swearingen Assistant Professor, Design
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Lauren Pond
"The camera does not have to be just a tool for documentation, but can serve as a tool for greater intercultural dialogue and understanding." Lauren Pond Staff Multimedia Producer in the Center for the Study of Religion
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Thomas Wood
"Students are very sophisticated, but it’s been difficult to discuss the election in class from a policy perspective. They are really on edge right now. What I’ve seen, though, is that both young Democrats and young Republicans are dissatisfied with modern society." Thomas Wood Assistant Professor, Political Science
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"I’ve been doing tours with my band, The Crucial Elements, since 2013 and we’ve been to a variety of countries including Kyrgyzstan, South Africa and Indonesia. I value the personal stories and the new learned culture I come back with after each trip." Anthony Stanco Lecturer, Jazz Studies
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Stephanie Imbeau
Stephanie Imbeau received her BFA in Art from Ohio State in 2004 and has since become an influential installation and sculpture artist, using materials as unique as cardboard, porcelain and umbrellas. Her latest installation, Drift, will be included in the BGE Light Art Walk in Baltimore. Stephanie Imbeau BFA, Art, 2004
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Paul Hopler
"I've always wanted to be my own boss, so when my two friends Austen and Michael approached me with this, I was very excited." Paul Hopler BS, Actuarial Science, 2015
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"There is so much that the city of Columbus has to offer, no matter what you’re into. For me, the music scene in Columbus feels like home. I met most of my friends just by going to shows and finding places to play. If you’ve got a hobby or passion, odds are there’s an event coming up." Sam Bodary BA, English Literature, 2016
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"At Ohio State, there are many opportunities for undergraduates to get involved with cutting-edge research. As an Ohio State undergraduate, I conducted research in both physics and astronomy." Johnny Greco BA, Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2013
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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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