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Herb Asher

Professor Emeritus, Political Science

July 29, 2021 The Beltway Can’t Stop Talking About Him. The Voters He Needs Barely... Politico

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Wayne Schlingman

Planetarium Director, Astronomy

July 29, 2021 Saturn Will Soon Put On Its Best Show Of The Year. Here's Where And Ho... NPR

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Paul Beck

Professor Emeritus, Political Science

July 29, 2021 House Democrats call for accountability from Gov. DeWine surrounding H... Spectrum News 1

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Hasan Jeffries

Associate Professor, History

July 26, 2021 Civil Rights Activist and Educator, Robert Parris Moses, Dead at 86 Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

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Brian Skinner

Assistant Professor, Physics

July 26, 2021 The ‘Weirdest’ Matter, Made of Partial Particles, Defies Descripti... Quanta Magazine

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Zhi-Ping Zhong

Researcher, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center

July 26, 2021 Scientists Extract 15,000-Year-Old Viruses From Tibetan Glacier Smithsonian Magazine

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Andréa Grottoli

Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor, Earth Sciences

July 22, 2021 We must pull out all the stops to save coral reefs, experts say Sustainability Times

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Trevon Logan

Professor, Economics

July 22, 2021 Employer-job seeker disconnect seen as job openings remain Knox Pages

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Trevon Logan

Professor, Economics

July 21, 2021 Black workers surpassed white workers in labor market participation fo... The Columbus Dispatch

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Wendy Smooth

Associate Professor, Associate Dean, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

July 21, 2021 The Kamala Harris Project: US Scholars Study Impact of USA's First Wom... The Quint

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Zhi-Ping Zhong

Researcher, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center

July 21, 2021 Scientists discover more than 30 viruses frozen in ice, most never see... USA Today

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Zhi-Ping Zhong

Researcher, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center

July 21, 2021 15,000-Year-Old Viruses Were Pulled From a Tibetan Glacier Gizmodo

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Andréa Grottoli

Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor, Earth Sciences

July 20, 2021 Biodiversity, climate change and the fate of coral reefs Ohio State News

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Zhi-Ping Zhong, Matthew Sullivan, Lonnie Thompson

Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Microbiology, Earth Sciences

July 20, 2021 15,000-year-old viruses discovered in Tibetan glacier ice Ohio State

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Harvey Miller

Professor, Director, Geography, Center for Urban and Regional Analysis

July 20, 2021 Why Smart Columbus couldn't create a true 'smart city' Business First

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Frederick Luis Aladama

Distinguished University Professor, English

July 20, 2021 Marvel celebrates Latinx heroes of its past, present, and future in Co... Games Radar

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Meet Tabitha Willis, a third-year medical anthropology and biology double major who took her summer by storm despite the challenges the pandemic threw her way. Tabitha Willis Junior, Medical Anthropology and Biology
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Malika Sunasara
Meet Malika Sunasara, one of 32 Sesquicentennial Scholars representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Malika Sunasara Sophomore, Astronomy & Astrophysics and International Studies
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Ally Langley
Ally Langley, president of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, shares how the organization supports students and researchers of all ages at Ohio State. Ally Langley PhD Candidate, Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Mitchell Lazarow
Meet Mitchell Lazarow, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Mitchell Lazarow Sophomore, Atmospheric Science
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Kaitlyn Snyder
Meet Kaitlyn Snyder, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Kaitlyn Snyder Junior, Sociology
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Erin Panczyk
Meet Erin Panczyk, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Erin Panczyk PhD Candidate, Analytical Chemistry
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John Vu
Meet John Vu, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. John Vu Junior, Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics
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Deondre Smiles
Meet Deondre Smiles, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Deondre Smiles 4th year Ph.D. candidate, Geography
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Sadé Lindsay
Meet Sadé Lindsay, one of 32 Sesquicentennial Scholars representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Sadé Lindsay PhD candidate, sociology
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Elena Akers
Meet Elena Akers, one of 32 Sesquicentennial Scholars representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Elena Akers Senior, International Studies and German
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Meet Tabitha Willis, a third-year medical anthropology and biology double major who took her summer by storm despite the challenges the pandemic threw her way. Tabitha Willis Junior, Medical Anthropology and Biology
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Malika Sunasara
Meet Malika Sunasara, one of 32 Sesquicentennial Scholars representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Malika Sunasara Sophomore, Astronomy & Astrophysics and International Studies
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Ally Langley
Ally Langley, president of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, shares how the organization supports students and researchers of all ages at Ohio State. Ally Langley PhD Candidate, Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Mitchell Lazarow
Meet Mitchell Lazarow, a Sesquicentennial Scholar representing Arts and Sciences for Ohio State's 150th anniversary. Mitchell Lazarow Sophomore, Atmospheric Science
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Elena Foulis, coordinator for service-learning and heritage language senior lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, in partnership with Stacey Alex, Center for Latin American Studies graduate teaching associate, recently published an open-access textbook for heritage language leaners of Spanish. Elena Foulis on heritage language learning Coordinator, Service-Learning and Heritage Language Senior Lecturers, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
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McSweeney's current research projects include tracing the socioecological impacts of drug trafficking through Central America and studying the nature and implications of demographic change among Latin America's indigenous populations. Kendra McSweeney Professor, Department of Geography
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"I am particularly interested in the question of how we can write true or real histories about pre-modern and non-western peoples, peoples whose ideas about what is true or real in experience were very different from our own." Greg Anderson Associate Professor, Department of History
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When graduate and undergraduate students talk about Jennifer S. Cheavens, the words “best” and “favorite” come up often in reference to her teaching style and courses and to Cheavens as a human being. In 2017, Cheavens was honored with the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. Jennifer Cheavens Associate Professor, Clinical, Department of Psychology
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James White
James White, who graduated with degrees in Earth sciences and atmospheric sciences in 2019, conducted wildfire research in the tundra regions of Alaska and in Nevada's Great Basin National Park. James White BS, Earth sciences, atmospheric sciences, 2019
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Alumna Anne Sabol’s research interests have crisscrossed the globe. The zoology graduate has trekked through the American Midwest, combed the forests of Fray Jorge National Park in Chile and conducted research in the shadow of two active volcanoes to unlock the secrets of animal behavior. Anne Sabol BS, Zoology, 2016
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Alumna Dr. M.J. Simms-Maddox (MA, PhD; Political Science) a two-time Ohio State graduate from the Department of Political Science recently spoke with us about her time at Ohio State, and her time at Ohio State, and how her studies and work shaped her writing career. M.J. Simms-Maddox MA, PhD; Political Science; 1975, 1991
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After his Ohio State career, alumnus Adam West went on to work for the MTV series Teen Wolf. He credits his education from the Department of Theatre for setting him on the path to success. Adam West MFA, Costume Design, 2004
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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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