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Treva Lindsey

Associate Professor, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Jan. 17, 2019 ‘No one cared because we were black girls’: is time finally up for... The Guardian

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John Low

Associate Professor, History

Jan. 17, 2019 Native American routes: the ancient trails hidden in Chicago’s grid ... The Guardian

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Ting Jin

Graduate Teaching Associate, Geography

Jan. 17, 2019 How ridesourcing is impacting our cities Science Trends

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Paul Beck

Faculty Emeritus, Political Science

Jan. 17, 2019 Sherrod Brown's 2020 road trip WOSU

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Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg

Professor, Anthropology

Jan. 16, 2019 An ancient relative of humans shows a surprisingly modern trait Ohio State News

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John Harden

Graduate Teaching Associate, Political Science

Jan. 16, 2019 How does a government shutdown affect campus? The Lantern

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Wayne Schlingman

Planetarium Director, Astronomy

Jan. 16, 2019 Why you shouldn’t miss Sunday’s ‘super blood wolf’ lunar eclip... The Columbus Dispatch

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Michael Wilkins

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Earth Sciences

Jan. 15, 2019 Coral microbiomes offer clues for resilience and conservation Earth and Space Science News

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Rachel Bowen

Associate Professor, Political Science

Jan. 15, 2019 Guatemala in crisis after president bans corruption investigation into... The Conversation

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Bradley Peterson

Faculty Emeritus, Astronomy

Jan. 14, 2019 Repairing, and building, future space telescopes The Space Review

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Joel Wainwright

Professor, Geography

Jan. 14, 2019 How governments react to climate change: An interview with the politic... The New Yorker

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Steve Rissing

Professor, EEOB

Jan. 13, 2019 Insect populations plummeting, and we should worry The Columbus Dispatch

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Paul Sutter

Community Outreach Coordinator, CCAPP

Jan. 12, 2019 Why physicists are hunting the strangest of the ghost particles Live Science

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Treva Lindsey

Associate Professor, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Jan. 11, 2019 Trump's sly attempt to pit Hispanics, African Americans against immigr... Chicago Tribune

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Joseph Bayer

Assistant Professor, Communication

Jan. 10, 2019 Snap CEO Evan Spiegel claimed Instagram makes you feel ‘terrible’ ... Business Insider

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Kenneth Madsen

Associate Professor, Geography

Jan. 10, 2019 If Trump gets wall money, nearly half of border could be covered by ba... ABC6

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Hill on Jeopardy!
Chelsea Hill's career has taken her around the country and the world. For her latest adventure, Hill appeared on Jeopardy!, where her background in languages served her well. Chelsea Hill BA, French and International Studies, Minor in Arabic, 2014
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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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Cheavens headshot
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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In her first few years on faculty, Namiko Kunimoto developed a half-dozen new courses in Japanese art and History of Photography. In 2018, Kunimoto was awarded the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching, which is given to faculty for their superior teaching. Namiko Kunimoto Assistant Professor, Department of History of Art
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Ashley Bartman Watson
The education that Ashley Bartman Watson received at The Ohio State University covers the spectrum of the arts and sciences. She received undergraduate degrees in chemistry and art history in 2012, and eventually decided to pursue a career in law. Ashley Bartman Watson BS, Chemistry and BA, Art History, 2012
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While still in high school, Ben Leubitz began producing and promoting DIY metal, punk, and hip hop shows with the sole motivation of being able to attend the concerts. With his minor in Music, Media and Enterprise, Ben has encountered many opportunities in the music industry. Ben Leubitz Music, Media and Enterprise Minor, 2013
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Lauren Yapalater is a senior writer and celebrity editor for the social news and entertainment website BuzzFeed. She covers topics ranging from pop culture and entertainment to general current events. Lauren Yapalater BA, Communication, 2011
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Frederick Luis Aldama is Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor in the Departments of English and of Spanish and Portuguese. He teaches courses on Latino and Latin American cultural phenomena, including literature, film, TV, music, sports, video games and comic books. Frederick Luis Aldama Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor, English and Spanish and Portuguese
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History Professor David Steigerwald teaches courses in twentieth century America, ranging from WWI through the 1960s and is the director of the department's World War II Study Abroad program. In 2017, the College of Arts and Sciences awarded Steigerwald with the Outstanding Teaching Award. David Steigerwald Professor, Department of History
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Elizabeth Riggs, a film studies and communication double major, traveled to Berlin, Germany Summer 2017 to take part in the Berlin Then and Now: People, Places, Experiences Program. Elizabeth Riggs Film Studies and Communication
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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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Anderson headshot
"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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Cheavens headshot
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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Kunimoto headshot
In her first few years on faculty, Namiko Kunimoto developed a half-dozen new courses in Japanese art and History of Photography. In 2018, Kunimoto was awarded the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching, which is given to faculty for their superior teaching. Namiko Kunimoto Assistant Professor, Department of History of Art
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Frederick Luis Aldama is Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor in the Departments of English and of Spanish and Portuguese. He teaches courses on Latino and Latin American cultural phenomena, including literature, film, TV, music, sports, video games and comic books. Frederick Luis Aldama Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor, English and Spanish and Portuguese
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Hill on Jeopardy!
Chelsea Hill's career has taken her around the country and the world. For her latest adventure, Hill appeared on Jeopardy!, where her background in languages served her well. Chelsea Hill BA, French and International Studies, Minor in Arabic, 2014
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Ashley Bartman Watson
The education that Ashley Bartman Watson received at The Ohio State University covers the spectrum of the arts and sciences. She received undergraduate degrees in chemistry and art history in 2012, and eventually decided to pursue a career in law. Ashley Bartman Watson BS, Chemistry and BA, Art History, 2012
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While still in high school, Ben Leubitz began producing and promoting DIY metal, punk, and hip hop shows with the sole motivation of being able to attend the concerts. With his minor in Music, Media and Enterprise, Ben has encountered many opportunities in the music industry. Ben Leubitz Music, Media and Enterprise Minor, 2013
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Lauren Yapalater is a senior writer and celebrity editor for the social news and entertainment website BuzzFeed. She covers topics ranging from pop culture and entertainment to general current events. Lauren Yapalater BA, Communication, 2011
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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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