New public health research suggests that exempting bars from community smoking bans makes no economic difference in terms of preserving bar employment, and that even the most comprehensive clean indoor air policies do not lead to a reduction in hospitality jobs.
Researchers hope the findings, based on a study in Minnesota, will factor into future debates within municipalities and states...Read more »
Ayaz Hyder, assistant professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences at the College of Public Health and affiliated faculty, Translational Data Analytics received an NSF grant along with colleague, Andrew May, assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering. This grant will be used to engage high school students as citizen...Read more »
Ohio State senior Alexander Chaitoff has been named a 2013 Marshall Scholar. The Marshall Scholarship supports graduate study at any academic institution in the United Kingdom; thirty-six scholarships were awarded to outstanding seniors and recent graduates across the country. “I’m humbled to have been chosen for the award, proud to represent Ohio State, and also very excited to be...Read more »
Ohio State's seven health sciences colleges have created a blog featuring the activities of faculty and students involved in education and research taking place in Ethiopia. Below is the first post from June 21 introducing the work being done and the purpose of the blog.Read more »
“Forty-two years ago, I tossed a coin to choose between mathematics and statistics,” Haikady Nagaraja said. “This experiment led me on an unbelievably interesting and rewarding route.”
To celebrate his 60th birthday and dedicated research career, Nagaraja, professor and chair of the Division of...Read more »
A study on the quality and costs of workers’ compensation programs by Ohio State University researcher Thomas Wickizer, PhD, MPH, and his former colleagues at the University of Washington has resulted in a new law in the state of Washington which reorganizes how occupational care is delivered.
Ohio and Washington are among a...Read more »
The College of Public Health would like to congratulate Mariah E. Charette on her successful application for the OSU-Research Scholar Award.
Mariah has a wealth of training and experiences that have prepared her for success in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree program.
“This award means that I can continue my endeavors as I further explore public health and...Read more »