Research and Impact

Science Café features Jason Trembly exploring sustainability through repurposing legacy carbon wastes on Feb. 8

January 30, 2023 Jason Trembly’s cafe will highlight the importance of reducing embodied carbon — a measurement of carbon dioxide emissions associated with the manufacture of materials.

Michael Braasch is elevated to Fellow in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

January 26, 2023 Michael Braasch, Thomas Professor of Engineering in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, joins the 2023 class of Fellows in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

CIS pilots seed grants for faculty research and creative activity

January 26, 2023 The Center for International Studies has put out a call for applications for a new pilot program offering seed grants for faculty research and creative activity.

Applications for University Libraries’ Endowment Funds for 2023 now open

January 21, 2023 niversity Libraries’ 1804 Special Endowment Fund and the Arts and Humanities Junior Faculty Endowment Fund applications are now open for 2023 submissions.

Faculty invited to discuss 1804 and Konneker Fund proposals by Feb. 15

January 20, 2023 Faculty and staff are invited to have preliminary discussions by Feb. 15 about two funds aimed at bringing together collaborative ideas that cut across silos and can foster innovative program ideas.

David Walt awarded with National Academy of Engineering’s 2023 Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize

January 20, 2023 Ohio University and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) announce David Walt as the recipient of the 2023 Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize.

Ohio University joins the Midwest Semiconductor Network

January 19, 2023 Ohio University joins universities in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana to form a coalition to address national needs in semiconductor and microelectronics.

Sign up for Spring Thesis/Dissertation Boot Camp

January 19, 2023 Ohio University Graduate College, Writing Commons, and University Libraries are pleased to offer the Thesis and Dissertation Boot Camp on Saturday, Feb. 4 in Schoonover 450 and online.

M. Duane Nellis gets lifetime achievement award for service to environment and higher education

January 19, 2023 From the Kansas Flint Hills to the Kalahari Desert, President Emeritus and Trustee Professor M. Duane Nellis has explored the world via planes, trains, automobiles—and satellites.

CHSP professor set to discuss research on concussions in stunt performers in webinar

January 19, 2023 Dr. Jeff Russell is set to speak in a webinar through the Boston University Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Research Center on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 1 p.m.

Ohio University awarded grant to promote air mobility in Appalachia

January 11, 2023 The Voinovich School was awarded a grant for $50,000 by the Appalachian Regional Commission to help advance and promote innovative air mobility uses in Ohio’s Appalachian Region.

Graduate students invited to register for Three Minute Thesis® Competition

January 11, 2023 Graduate students are invited to participate in the Three Minute Thesis® Competition, where they will have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance.

Alumnus Eric Gorscak's 'inner kid' loves his career discovering deep-time dinosaurs and ecosystems

January 9, 2023 Professor Nancy Stevens substitute teaching in Eric Gorscak's undergraduate paleontology class might have been serendipity, but Gorscak didn't leave anything to chance.

Marissa Dyck awarded American Society of Mammologists' highest award for a graduate student

January 6, 2023 Marissa Dyck was awarded the 2022 American Society of Mammologists Fellowship. Mammals — specifically carnivores such as lynx, wolves, bobcats, and coyotes — are the focus of Dyck's research.

Ohio University simulations on PSC supercomputer transform coal-like material to amorphous graphite and nanotubes

January 6, 2023 An OHIO physics team used the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to simulate how coal might eventually be converted to valuable — and carbon-neutral — materials like graphite and carbon nanotubes.