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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Friday May 19, 2023 ( 7 items )  

Marietta College: Partnership With ECampus.com Brings Students Affordable Online Bookstore
MARIETTA, Ohio, May 18 (TNSpar) -- Marietta College issued the following news release: Marietta College is pleased to announce it has partnered with eCampus.com to act as the school's official online bookstore. Marietta sees student access to course materials as a top priority, so the College selected eCampus.com as its official online bookstore due to the EdTech company's mission to provide affordable and accessible course materials to its customers. Through this partnership, eCampus.com wil  more

Marietta College: Psychology Professor Presents Research at Midwestern Cognitive Science Conference
MARIETTA, Ohio, May 18 (TNSres) -- Marietta College issued the following news release: Dr. Charles Doan, William Van Law Plankey Assistant Professor of Psychology at Marietta College, recently presented research at the ninth annual Midwestern Cognitive Science Conference at Grand Valley State University. The research was conducted at Marietta College with undergraduate students and involved the recently acquired eye-tracking technology within the Department of Psychology. In particular, Doan   more

Ohio Democratic Party Endorses 'No in August' Campaign
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 19 -- The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following news: The Ohio Democratic Party (ODP) Executive Committee unanimously voted to endorse the 'No in August' campaign, a grassroots campaign to stop a GOP-power grab that would effectively eliminate citizen-led ballot initiatives in Ohio. Republicans are pulling out all the stops to prevent Ohioans from having their voices heard as these GOP politicians attack abortion rights, labor rights and Ohioans' right to fair represent  more

Ohio State: Evidence of 'Pandemic Brain' in College Students
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 18 (TNSjou) -- Ohio State University issued the following news: * * * Decision making was less consistent compared to pre-2020 data * * * Decision-making capabilities of college students - including some graduating this spring - were likely negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, new research suggests. Students in the small study conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University were less consistent in their decision making during the 2020 fall semester compare  more

Ohio Wesleyan University: 2023-2024 Accounting Fellows
DELAWARE, Ohio, May 18 (TNSres) -- Ohio Wesleyan University issued the following news release: The Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship at Ohio Wesleyan University has selected nine students as 2023-2024 Accounting Fellows. Being selected as fellows gives the students access to enhanced internship, research, and other opportunities. Ohio Wesleyan's new Accounting Fellows are: * Ava Bruns of Delaware, Ohio * Gabi Dahllof of Bear, Delaware * Kevin Fratz of Cuyahoga Fa  more

Verizon Lights Up 5G Ultra Wideband Across Ohio
CAMBRIDGE, Ohio, May 19 -- Verizon, a communications and technology solutions company, issued the following news release: Residents across Sylvania, Swanton, Lima, Ada, Mount Vernon, Zanesville, and Cambridge now have access to higher speeds and greater capacity from Verizon's award-winning 5G network. Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband brings power and performance comparable to a wired broadband internet connection to customers' pockets. These expansions come on the heels of major 5G Ultra Wideband   more

Wright State Graduate's Research Helps Calculate Blood Velocity, Predict How Aneurysms Rupture
KENT, Ohio, May 19 (TNSres) -- Wright State University issued the following news: Mark Johnson, who graduated from Wright State University with a Ph.D. in Engineering in April, recently defended his doctoral dissertation, "Experimental and Numerical Studies on the Projective Dye Visualization Velocimetry in a Squared Vertical Tube." He also presented the paper at the 2023 Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Science Symposium, where he took first place in the Art in Science category. Johnson said the   more