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Sixteen ONU pharmacy students along with Dr. Sekhar Mamidi, assistant professor of pharmacy practice and an advisor of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists, visited Lexi-Comp in Hudson, Ohio, on Friday, Jan. 19. Lexi-Comp, according to its Web site, is "an industry-... more
Carissa Stinson, a criminal justice and psychology double major from Perry, Ohio, has been chosen to take part in the prestigious Violent Crime Behavior training seminar in Manassas, Va., from June 8-19. The seminar is presented by the Academy Group Inc., a forensic behavioral science company that... more
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Patient Counseling Competition was held in ONU's pharmacy building on Friday, Jan. 9. A large number of pharmacy students counseled mock patients in 15-minute increments throughout the day, competing for the grand prize of an all-expenses-paid trip to the... more
Ohio Northern University student Michalena Grosshans, a senior biology major from Idaho Falls, Idaho, won third place at the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science 2008 Science and Energy Research Challenge. Grosshans garnered third place for her bioforensic methods of detecting Brucella... more
On Dec. 11, 2008, 29 ONU students from two sections of the Introduction to GIS (Geographic Information Systems) class attended the 2008 GIS Day at Rhodes State University in Lima, Ohio.GIS Day is an event held annually in more than 80 countries around the world, with the hope of demonstrating to... more
James C. Gallagher, a senior in physics from Medina, Ohio, is a collaborator on a research paper to be published in Physical Review, the flagship journal of the American Physical Society and the American Institute of Physics. Gallagher was a part of the College of Wooster's National Science... more
On Nov. 12, 2008, Dr. Russ Crawford's Football in American Culture class (HIST 462) visited the Wilson Football Factory in Ada, Ohio.The students had the opportunity to see how the footballs are made, and learned that all of the NFL's balls, as well as 50 percent of Division I and 70-80 percent of... more
The first CEO (Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization) Elevator Pitch Competition involved 11 student competitors from pharmacy, engineering, arts and sciences, and business administration in idea presentations lasting 90 seconds. Five students were selected to go to a second competition round... more
The ONU Astronomy Club, with Dr. Jason Pinkney as faculty advisor, held a viewing of the Orionid Meteor shower in October. A meteor, also called "shooting star" or "falling star," is a streak of light in the atmosphere caused when space debris pierces the Earth's atmosphere at speeds in excess of... more
ONU physics students and faculty presented posters at the 2008 Fall Meeting of the Ohio Section of American Physical Society (OSAPS) at Wright State University on Oct. 10 and 11, 2008.Andrew Mayger, a senior mathematics major from Saint Clairsville, Ohio, presented research on the National Science... more