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Coronavirus: Stories, Impact, and Innovation

Ask the Experts: Coronavirus

Drs. Winfried Just, Mathematics, Jennifer Hines, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and E. Glenn Dutcher, Economics discuss the coronavirus disease, COVID-19 and the economic and human impacts of this global pandemic.

厨房里的欢愉OHIO Media Specialist, Samantha Pelham interviews the experts relative to their fields of expertise and the experts answer questions from the audience asked during the livestream.

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    Heritage College deploys 250 medical students to health agencies


    Starting April 13, approximately 250 medical students will deploy to local health agencies to assist in containing the outbreak and support Ohio’s public health professionals.

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    OHIO COVID Dashboard scores “A” rating from Yale professor site


    厨房里的欢愉OHIO’s COVID Dashboard has scored a rating of “A” from We Rate COVID Dashboards, a website and Twitter account led by professors from Yale University. OHIO is only one of 20 other institutions to date to receive this coveted grade.

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    College of Fine Arts installs tent for safe, outdoor rehearsals


    When classes went virtual this spring, the College of Fine Arts, like the rest of Ohio University, pivoted from teaching in traditional studios and classrooms to learning online. When OHIO’s phase 2 began this fall, the College had a solution ready so some of its students could have face to face instruction.

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    Support for OHIO students with disabilities available amid pandemic


     

    厨房里的欢愉Ohio University students with disabilities still have resources and support systems available to them as they work on their education amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Highlighting Virtual Innovation

Marching 110 smashes virtual fight song performance

厨房里的欢愉Governor DeWine applauded this virtual performance by the Marching 110, which he dedicated to all healthcare workers and first responders across Ohio who are risking their lives to save others.

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Learning and building community beyond the classroom

OHIO College of Business Assistant Professor Dr. Jacob Hiler is fully embracing technology, using game nights, chat rooms and watch parties to keep his students connected. 

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    Connect with the world with OHIO Virtual Museum Portal!


    In this time of physical distancing, many individuals are staying inside with their families, looking for things to do and educational opportunities for their children who are unable to go to in-person classes.

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    OHIO student employees engage campus, community tech needs remotely


    If there were any question about the significance of technology in education before the arrival of COVID-19, the value of devices and connectivity in learning is now unquestionable. In Athens, OHIO’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) has empowered its student employees to continue to address the digital learning needs of students and educators while working remotely.

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    Promoting Bobcat Wellness


    Ohio University is here to support the Bobcat Family far and wide. Our wellness resources are being offered virtually during remote learning and working. While services are adapting to our new environment, they will continue to be refined to improve the Bobcat experience.

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    The world turning virtual has only pushed The Schey Sales Centre into being better


    厨房里的欢愉Just as academic classes have adapted to virtual meetings, so have the organizations and clubs here at Ohio University.

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    COMCorps service lands alumna a fitting and important position


    厨房里的欢愉The year Bryce Lemaster, BSH ’19, spent after graduation as a COMCorps member found her on the frontlines of Athens County’s COVID-19 response, reaffirmed her commitment to a career in community and public health, and landed her a full-time position with the local health department.