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OSU-Mansfield Professors In Faculty Research Frenzy

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 3/5/2013

A Faculty Research Frenzy was held Tuesday in Ovalwood Hall at the Ohio State-Mansfield campus.

Seven professors were given six minutes each to present the findings of their research, on topics including art, earth science, English, history, and psychology.

Dr. Heather Tanner studied women in France in the 10th and 11th centuries, and how well they used the power they inherited.

Dr. Ozeas Costa studied the water quality of eight lakes in Richland, Ashland, Knox, and Wayne Counties.

Costa found the lowest water quality at Charles Mill Lake, and the best water quality in Kokosing and Knox Lakes in Knox County, and the reservoirs in Galion and Shelby.

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