Voinovich Associate Dean Speaks about Climate – Fall 2020 Science Cafe

By Morgan Spehar Geoff Dabelko, professor and associate dean of the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, presented at the virtual Nov. 16 Science Cafe on the intersection between climate change and resiliency. Dabelko holds a doctorate in government and politics from the University of Maryland. He worked as the director of the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center in … Continue reading Voinovich Associate Dean Speaks about Climate – Fall 2020 Science Cafe

BDSM: IRL

by Jayne Yerrick Handcuffs, rope, blindfolds and whips. All of these are essential instructional tools for Nathan Hammerle.  Hammerle, an OU senior studying to be a history teacher, is a member of Power/Gamma, an organization whose mission is to educate people on health and lifestyle issues, including, but not limited to, sexual health, alcohol use, tobacco use and nutrition. One of Hammerle’s main roles in … Continue reading BDSM: IRL

No, You’re the Weird One: Bursting the Personal Space Bubble

by Jayne Yerrick “Is this seat taken?”  This is a question that many of us are familiar with. Someone will likely pop this question as a class fills up or a bus starts getting crammed, but why is this question out of place when there are plenty of open seats? We live in a society with a series of unspoken rules that guide our behavior, … Continue reading No, You’re the Weird One: Bursting the Personal Space Bubble