Ohio University120 Chubb Hall, Athens, United States
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About Ohio University
This public research university located in Athens, Ohio is was founded in 1804 and is now home to nearly 30,000 students. There's a rarely a shortage of anything to do on this campus with nearly 500 clubs and organizations. About 10 percent of the student body chooses to participate in Greek life, made up of more than 30 sororities and fraternities.
U.S. News and World Report ranked Ohio University 78th among the Top Public National Universities in America. Students can choose to major in any one of the university's 11 colleges including the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Health Sciences and Professions, and the Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education. For those looking to perform research into new ways to diagnose and treat illnesses, The Edison Biotechnology Institute (EBI) is Ohio University's premiere research institute.
The school has also been highlighted for its quirkier attributes' for example, Ohio University's Marching Band was named the Nation's Best College Marching Band by collegesports-fans.com. Ohio University has a number of notable alumni. From journalist Matt Lauer and Roger Ailes, to the former campaign strategist for Presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
- Biological Sciences164 Documents
- Communication Studies121 Documents
- Psychology137 Documents
- Political Science48 Documents
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- PSY 1010 - General PsychologyPsychology
- CHEM 1210 - Principles of Chemistry IChemistry
- BIOS 1030 - Human Biology I:Basic PrinciplesBiological Sciences
- BIOS 1700 - Biological Sciences I: Molecules and CellsBiological Sciences
- NUTR 1000 - Introduction to NutritionNutrition