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ONU students, former students and faculty mentors collaborate

For article in Hormones and Behavior publication

Current and former Ohio Northern University students, in collaboration with faculty mentors, have been involved in a high-impact learning experience that resulted in the publication of an article in a prestigious research journal. 

The article, “A predator-based psychosocial stress animal model of PTSD in females: Influence of estrous phase and ovarian hormones,” was published in the September 2019 edition of Hormones and Behavior.

The project was supported by a $411,453 research grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute that was awarded to ONU Associate Professor of Psychology Phillip Zoladz, Ph.D., and former ONU pharmacy faculty member Boyd Rorabaugh.

How is your health?

The ONU Healthwise Mobile Clinic will be at the Ada Public Library from 1 to 3 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Services are offered at no cost to the patient and include immunizations, tobacco cessation, medication reconciliation, health education, and a variety of health screenings.
The ONU College of Pharmacy operates the clinic. Members of the organization visit Ada and most other communities in Hardin County several times a year, thanks to its partners, CVS and Mercy Health. 

Jerry "Fred" Allen was a 1977 Upper Scioto Valley HS graduate

Jerry L. “Fred” Allen, 61, died on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, at 11:07 p.m. at Lima Memorial Health System.

He was born on May 11, 1958, in Kenton, Ohio, to the late Joe D. and Luella Rose (Lamb) Allen. 

Fred formerly worked for Nelson Packaging of Lima.  He was a 1977 graduate of Upper Scioto Valley High School.

He is survived by his two sons: A.J. Allen and Codey Allen both of Ada; a sister, Patty Haney of McGuffey; and his great niece Caley Haney who he loved with all his heart. 

In the top of the eighth inning, his moment came

Kai Kawaguchi, ONU student from Japan, snags a home run ball in Detroit-Minnesota game

FROM THE ONU WEBSITE - When international student Kai Kawaguchi first learned he was going to study in the United States, he knew he had to make it to a Major League Baseball game.

But he never dreamed he would snag a home run ball with his own two hands.

Thanks to Ohio Northern – and a little bit of luck – that’s precisely what happened.

Expanding outreach services to pediatric population

ONU HealthWise receives Buckeye Health Plan grant

The Ohio Northern University HealthWise program recently received a $8,500 grant from the Buckeye Health Plan that will expand the program’s services, specifically targeting the area’s pediatric population.

This grant will assist ONU HealthWise in its efforts to expand its offerings from the traditional adult audience to the pediatric population, largely through health screenings and educational programs.

This project provides a focus on health from two different directions. The first is prevention, which will be executed by educating school children about healthy lifestyles, healthy choices and a life predicated on wellness.

Meet this year's ONU Athlete Hall of Fame inductees

Danielle (Noe) Otte, Diana (Smith) Schnipke, Richard Bowersock, James O'Brien

The Ohio Northern University Athletic Hall of Fame inducted four new members during recent ceremonies over Homecoming at the University.

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