Ohio Dominican was the featured university in the Catholic Times’ annual Catholic colleges and universities edition, which was published on Sept. 9. Click here to read an electronic version of the newspaper.
Jennifer Woodford ’21, Biology, is this week’s Student of the Week. Click here to read more about Jennifer and how she is using her ODU education to connect her passion with a purpose.
Kelsey Squire, Ph.D., English, published a chapter, “Receptive Readers: Teaching Modernist American Literature through Book Reviews and Letters” in the volume Teaching Modernist Anglophone Literature, edited by Mary C. Madden and Precious McKenzie.
Manuel Martinez, Ph.D., Languages, appeared on Telemundo Columbus during the week of Sept. 3 in its Flash Information segment. Click here to watch the segment.
Jalisha Lancaster, Multicultural Affairs, and 15 students attended the TEDxKingLincolnBronzeville event that took place on Sept. 8 at East High School in Columbus. During the event, attendees heard culturally focused presentations and participated in activities that explored community development opportunities for the local King Lincoln District neighborhood.
Janette Knowles’, Ph.D., Art, oil painting, “Sleeping Seeds of Svalbard II,” has been juried into an upcoming exhibition, “Hypotheses: art inspired by the many worlds of Science,” which will run from Sept. 28 to Nov. 10 at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center. The exhibit will feature contemporary works by numerous Ohio artists. An opening reception will take place at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28. Click here to read more.
Janette Knowles, Ph.D., Art, will be teaching a workshop on the ancient Japanese tradition of Japanese shibori at Sew to Speak from 1-3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. Sew to Speak is located at 752 High St. in Worthington, 43085. Click here for more information.
Patricia Hohlbein, Ed.D., Business, participated in a panel discussion at the Conscious Capitalism’s Columbus Chapter meeting on Aug. 16 at CBRE in downtown Columbus. She was joined by David Staley, director of the Humanities Institute and an associate professor of History at The Ohio State University. During the discussion, Dr. Hohlbein described recent efforts in the business curriculum to incorporate the philosophy.
Carissa Williamson ’19, Business Administration, has accepted a full-time position with the Columbus Crew SC as Community Relations and Foundation Coordinator.
Blake Mathys, Ph.D., Environmental Science, was featured in the Aug. 28 edition of The Columbus Dispatch in an article discussing the recent introduction of electric scooters to the Columbus area. Click here to read the article.
Jeremy Glazier, English, will be the featured poet at the Columbus Poetry Forum at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 1, at Bossy Grrls Pin-Up Joint at 2598 N. High Street. Started in 1984, the Poetry Forum is Columbus's longest-running poetry series. An open mic follows the featured reading.
Kristall Day, Ph.D., Education, co-presented findings from a research project that analyzed strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of inclusive educator preparation programs in Ohio. The presentation took place at the Ohio Dean’s Compact quarterly meeting, which was held Sept. 13-14. The other authors were faculty from Cleveland State University and Ohio University.
John Mascazine, Ph.D., Education, and Tim Sandusky, ODU Library, collaborated over the summer to replace existing materials for EDU 335 – Introduction to Middle Childhood, Diversity, and Classroom Management with Open Educational Resources (OER), which are provided to students free of charge. They also identified OER materials that can be used for a new course, CORE 279 – Our Bridges and Borders. Open Educational Resources are freely accessible, openly licensed text, media, and other digital resources that are free to students. Any faculty interested in exploring OERS should contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org.