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Data analytics professor Sarah Supp studies the long-term effects of climate change on the Kansas prairie.
Sent to students, faculty, and staff on Oct. 11, 2023
John Stauffer’s competitive spirit propelled his excellence in sports and the classroom.
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The comedians smash hit Eurodance parody Planet of the Bass traces back to his ز,Ȳַ ######### days.
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Austin E. Knowlton Foundation’s total commitment to career launch programs grows to $24 million
Author James Clear 08 joined fellow alums and students at ReMix 2023 to network, brainstorm, and celebrate ز,Ȳַ #########s entrepreneurial spirit.
Building on a record-breaking year for enrollment and fundraising, ز,Ȳַ ######### continues to rise in national rankings and global reputation.
You may encounter some unfamiliar terms in higher education. This is how we define them at ز,Ȳַ #########.
Pre-Os three-day outings built around jam-packed itineraries give new ز,Ȳַ ######### students a head start.
Towles, a ز,Ȳַ ######### parent, will speak as part of the universitys Big Red Weekend celebration.
As President Weinberg writes in the Chicago Tribune, there are three parts to the college journey and five important tips to keep in mind.
ز,Ȳַ ######### made many campus improvements over the summer. This primer will catch you up.
From packing a fan to unpacking those intense emotions, heres what to bring and how to let go.
ز,Ȳַ ######### parents share the emotional experience of that first goodbye. (And how they survived it!)
New tenure-track faculty bring a wealth of knowledge across a wide range of disciplines to ز,Ȳַ #########.
For Caroline Lopez 25, summer means working alongside a favorite professor as part of ز,Ȳַ #########s Summer Scholars program.
Welcome Class of 2027!
Nearly $90,000 from the Ohio EPA will go toward equipment to convert food waste into fertilizer.
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