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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239 students graduated from the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine during the 2022 commencement.
After months of planning and collaborating with students, Ohio University’s new esports arena has been completed with a grand opening planned for Fall 2022 Semester.
The Russ College Academy of Distinguished Graduates inducted four new members, Dr. Angela “Angie” Bukley, John Crum, Alan Schaaf and Jake Sigal, on Friday, April 22, 2022.
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Ohio University and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Service honored two Ohio University alumni for outstanding service to the state during the annual State Government Alumni Luncheon.
A summer program for undergraduate students who plan to pursue a graduate or medical degree related to diabetes research will be launched at OHIO in 2023 thanks to support from an NIH R25 grant.
Alumnus Brody Richter's adventure led him to Wisconsin for law school and then on to a law firm in Madison, where his star would rise quickly, success coming atop hard work.
A tireless champion of dance as an art form, Glady Bailin has inspired generations of dancers with her keen wit, amiable humor and discerning eye.
Music – the universal language brings Venezuelan pianist Alejandro Orta to study at OHIO
Coming to Athens, Ohio from Venezuela can be a major culture shock, but for Alejandro Orta, one thing remains the same everywhere – the 88 keys on a piano.
Balbo is an expert in women’s health, LGBT health and sexually transmitted diseases. She focuses on transgender health, addressing that transgender care includes more than hormones and surgical procedures and extends to using preferred pronouns.