Ohio State providing research, data collection for cervical cancer nonprofit in Nicaragua
The Lily Project has been essential in reducing cervical cancer incidence and deaths, working with the Nicaraguan government and screening more than 20,000 women since its founding. And in the last few years, they’ve had some help from Ohio State.
Logan named director of American Economic Association Mentoring Program
As the new director of the American Economic Association Mentoring Program, Trevon Logan will open up networking opportunities for underrepresented graduate economics students.
How students are navigating the job search during COVID-19
With about half of the graduating class of 2020 still seeking a job, the Center for Career and Professional Success has pivoted to meet the altered needs of young Arts and Sciences Buckeyes as they continue to take their first steps to building a career in the face of COVID-19.
Ohio State scientists part of new $3.7M project to advance nuclear physics experiments
Three arts and sciences faculty are members of a new NSF-funded project, the Bayesian Analysis of Nuclear Dynamics, which seeks to develop software to create more accurate models of scientific phenomena.
$17M gift supports Ohio State’s College of Arts and Sciences, largest by an individual in college’s history
Alumnus Ratmir Timashev and his wife, Angela Timashev, have committed their charitable foundation to provide a $17 million gift that will support a new music building, the Celeste Laboratory of Chemistry and new endowed scholarships.
Using psychology to encourage long-term COVID-19 compliance
Richard Petty, Distinguished University Professor, is teaming up with Xiaoyan Deng, associate professor in the Fisher College of Business, to uncover more effective methods of communicating coronavirus guidelines.
Aldama creates complex Latinx representation in new children's book
In his debut children's book, The Adventures of Chupacabra Charlie, Distinguished University Professor Frederick Aldama re-defines a popular Latinx mythological monster to fill a gap in representation and get kids thinking about immigration along the U.S./Mexico border.
State actions played lesser role in COVID-19 economic damage
State governments' actions to limit the spread of COVID-19 has played only a secondary role in U.S. unemployment, according to new research by Bruce Weinberg.
Uncovering the true spread of the coronavirus in Ohio
Working with Ohio State colleagues and the ODH, sociology's Samuel Clark is using strategies from developing countries to provide a more accurate picture of the prevalence of the coronavirus in Ohio — vital for planning how the state will reopen during the coming weeks and months.
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