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Ohio State Marion Associate Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Qudsia Tahmina and Ohio State Marion undergraduate Student Researcher, John Simonis, recently partnered with lead author and researcher Ohio State College of Medicine Research Scientist, John LaRocca to co-author research on a new type of dart launcher has been developed as a safer and more cost-effective alternative to firearms or air guns to inject animals with drugs or tracking chips.
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Award-winning educator, speaker, and author Rebecca Boggs Roberts will visit The Ohio State University at Marion, Saturday, July 20, 2024, to discuss her latest book Untold Power, The Fascinating Rise and Complex Legacy of First Lady Edith Wilson, as part of three workshop sessions during the two-day long Warren G. Harding Symposium July 19-20, 2024.
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Each year, a growing number of baccalaureate degree seeking students on campus are in the unique position to work directly with faculty experts on real world research. Taking part in research as an undergraduate student is somewhat unique for smaller colleges and universities across the country. These opportunities are more commonplace at Ohio State Marion and stem from a couple of key factors that make Ohio State’s regional campuses a valuable educational commodity.
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The Ohio State University at Marion was recently presented one of six 2024 United Way of North Central Ohio’s Impact Awards for their work in support of the Marion Microfarm Project.
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Slated for July 19-20, 2024, in Marion, Ohio, the annual Warren G. Harding Symposium reflects on the compelling influence of America's First Ladies throughout history. Their strength, grace, and leadership that continues to shape our nation's narrative.
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The Ohio State University at Marion recently added Cassady McAvoy as a case manager to the staff of the Counseling and Wellness Center.
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Ohio State Marion junior biology major Wesley Bush was recently named a Pelotonia Undergraduate Scholar by The James Comprehensive Cancer Center at Ohio State. The award is the seventh such honor since 2018 for Ohio State students working with Ohio State Marion faculty research mentors.
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A Warren G. Harding Symposium Award of a $1000 scholarship will be presented to an Ohio State Marion student who submits an original essay of 1000 words or less based upon the theme of the annual Warren G. Harding Symposium. The winner will be selected by a committee composed of Ohio State Marion staff and Harding Symposium event leaders, based on following criteria: theme topic adherence, creativity, insights and perspectives and composition.
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Ohio State Marion's student philanthropy initiative Pay It Forward awarded three area non-profit agencies $4,000 in grant funding during a ceremony on Tuesday, April 30 in Maynard Hall’s Guthery Community Room.