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Two Ohio Northern athletic training students will be among those traveling to Washington, D.C., as part of the National Athletic Trainers' Association's (NATA) inaugural iLead Student Leadership Program Feb. 21-23. Jenn Kinsley, a junior from North Olmsted, Ohio, and Courtney Overstreet, a senior... more
Mike Neal, a junior mechanical engineering major from Shreve, Ohio, was one of the 24 students chosen by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International to participate in its fifth-annual Leadership Development Program. SAE International, a global association that consists of more than 121... more
Christopher Wetzel, a senior accounting major from Strongsville, Ohio, was recently recognized for his participation in the second-annual Sparky Awards. The awards are a nationwide contest organized by SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) that calls ... more
Ohio Northern University senior Stephanie Rader was recently awarded third place in the prestigious Kappa Pi International Art Honorary scholarship competition. Stephanie, who is majoring in art/art education, submitted a portfolio containing five works to a selection committee at the national... more
Cameron Mooney is 4 years old. He is like most 4-year-olds in that he loves candy, rolling around on the floor, and being constantly in motion. But one thing makes Cameron different from most children his age: he has already battled cancer. Cameron, from Bluffton, Ohio, was a patient at St. Jude... more
Ohio Northern played host to the third-annual Polar Bear Invitational Mock Trial Tournament at the ONU Pettit College of Law Jan. 17-18. A total of 46 teams from 34 colleges and universities in 13 states participated in the tournament, with teams traveling from as far away as California, Florida... more
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