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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During the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Commencement ceremony, speaker Tyree Winters, D.O., told the college’s 238 graduates to be advocates.
Ohio University Southern will host the inaugural Culture and Heritage Festival on Saturday, June 17 from noon to 7 p.m., featuring live music, a theatrical performance and more.
When David Collins ’89 was asked if he would like a WOUB stole to wear when he spoke at Ohio University’s undergraduate commencement on May 6, he couldn’t grab it and put it on fast enough.
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Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. Elizabeth Sayrs has named Tracy Plouck as the dean of the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Service.
Yeong Kim, associate professor geography, was selected to participate in the Rust Belt Humanities Lab, a summer seminar focusing on the people and places of the Rust Belt.
Information for instructors on changes to OHIO’s computing tools, tools for teaching and research, and device security while traveling.
As the end of fiscal year 2023 (FY23) approaches, faculty and staff are reminded to record all planned and/or confirmed absences through June 30.
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.
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.