Kingori is an expert in sexually transmitted diseases and refugee and immigrant health. She researches HIV/AIDS prevention as well as stigma among people of African descent. She’s conducted research in Kenya, examining health behaviors.
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Nursing students at OHIO Chillicothe gain valuable experience caring for patients through simulations involving manikins, actors, medical equipment, and now through a new virtual reality platform.
Thanks to Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center grants administered by the Ohio Department of Education, $2.5 million in total, Kids on Campus will continue to offer its services to school districts in Southeast Ohio.
The annual rankings also list OHIO in the Top 25 nationally among public colleges and universities, and among the Top 10 in the Midwest.
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Sarah Dreitzler-Swenson has returned to Ohio University Chillicothe as the new Career Development Coordinator, bringing with her diverse experiences and a passion for guiding students on their own paths to success.
One OHIO student entrepreneur will win $5,000 to help transform their life sciences idea into reality.
OHIO Southern offers two creative workshops to campus and community free of charge. Map making (Nov. 30) will take place in the library while sci-fi writing (Dec. 8) will happen over Zoom.
President Lori Stewart Gonzalez calls for broad University input into the development of the University’s Dynamic Strategy planning process
Inside look: 'University Updates' unpacks strategic goals
President Gonzalez and University leadership provide insight into OHIO’s strategic priorities and progress and discuss important topics impacting Ohio University and higher education during Nov. 7 update.
Yahn is an expert in rural and Appalachian communities and schools and school funding. Her research includes creating a teacher pipeline to rural schools, while maintaining the existing workforce and societal issues in rural communities.