Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Oxford University followed suit in 2000 with the appointment of John Hedley Brooke as its first Andreas Idreos Professors of Science and Religion. Ten AU students and volunteers throughout Ohio are contributing to the work that was recently featured in this article and video by the Mansfield News Journal. This month we learned that three seniors majoring in Environmental Science have been awarded $2,500 scholarships by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for the 2013-2014 academic year. A wonderful magazine, chock full of interesting, up to date science stories/news that appeals to both the layman and the science enthusiast.
It not only continues, as before, to give news but also comments on them, criticizes the people and the government, deals with social, political, industrial and religious questions, reviews books and periodicals, ventilates grievances and does many other things, In fact there is hardly any public activity of man which does not come within the purview of the modern newspaper.
The Environmental Lecture Series is supported by the Ashland University Environmental Science Program and a grant from the Lubrizol Foundation. The fact of the matter is that people begin to question the veracity of claims that global warming is based on sound science when they talk about limiting carbon dioxide emissions, when those emissions are exactly what plants need in order to breathe. Over the past few months we hosted four scholars along with two other students taking part in research projects with four faculty members. Though science has brought in welcome changes it has also ushered in countless evils and horrors.
Planned Parenthood, the embattled nonprofit health provider that specializes in reproductive health, has won the 2017 Lasker Award for public service. Last year the University’s Environmental Science Program was honored for conservation and education efforts at its Blackfork Wetlands Environmental Studies Center. We are excited to announce that Merrill Tawse, Professional Instructor of Biology , has been awarded the 2011 Conservationist Award by the Richland County Soil and Water Conservation District.
Graduating biology major Olivia Widenmeyer has been doing field research at Ashland University’s Black Fork Wetlands preserve to investigate populations of two rare bird species. Whether you are actively looking for an internship or job or plan to in the future (hint: this includes all current AU students) you will benefit from attending tomorrow’s (Tuesday, October 8th) Fall Career Fair from 1-4 pm in Upper Convo. Over the weekend, TriBeta, biology honorary, hosted the annual faculty/student camping trip to Dayspring Environmental Preserve.