This ranking lists all the best researchers from the Physics discipline and
affiliated with Ohio University - Lancaster. There are a total of
2 researchers included with 0 of them
also being included in the global ranking.
Ohio University - Lancaster
Ohio University - Lancaster (OHIO, OU) is a public research university located in St. Clairsville, Ohio. Founded in 1957, it was the fourth regional campus of OHIO to be established. Its notable course offerings include communication and media studies, agriculture and forestry, and medicine.
Ohio University - Lancaster Key Statistics
The university comprises 16 schools and 46 departments, including the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies, the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, and the School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences. It offers 12 undergraduate degrees and 13 associate degrees. Some of its most sought-after undergraduate programs are the Bachelor of Science in Education in Early Childhood, Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies, and Bachelor of Criminal Justice.
Ohio University - Lancaster's student population is approximately 1,500. It has 59 faculty members and administrative staff.
Other Ohio University - Lancaster key statistics include the main university library, which manages both physical and electronic resources. These include 1.86 million physical volumes and over 280,000 various physical media. Its electronic and digital medium reached at least 63,000, with more than 550 electronic databases subscriptions. The university also houses approximately 2.3 million units of micromaterial, 4 million printed volumes, and 13,500 periodical subscriptions. It has eight branches situated on each of the campuses. In Lancaster campus, the branch library is known as the Hannah V. McCauley Library. It houses several special collections, including the Goslin Collection, the collections of materials used by Charles Goslin, and student newspapers from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s.
Ohio University - Lancaster Research
Its top fields of research are physics, astrophysics, and medicine. Ohio University - Lancaster research outputs have been published in prestigious journals like The Astrophysical Journal, Physical Review Letters, and Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Its researchers have attended major scholarly conferences, such as AOMAM: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AeroConf: IEEE Aerospace Conference, and ICSE: International Conference on Software Engineering.
The most cited Ohio University - Lancaster research publication is a book by Hersey and Blanchard, Management of Organizational Behavior. This was published in 2008 and has so far been cited 16,473 times.
The university’s second most cited publication is Riff et al.'s book, Analyzing Media Messages: Using Quantitative Content Analysis in Research, which was released in 1998 and has received 5,208 citations.
Moreover, the university’s third most cited publication is May et al.'s (2004) "The psychological conditions of meaningfulness, safety and availability and the engagement of the human spirit at work,” which was published in the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, with 4,361 citations.
The university has several research centers and institutes. These include the Charles J. Ping Institute for the Teaching of the Humanities, the Center for International Business Education and Development, and the Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment.
Other university research statistics include $62 million in research funding. The university has also produced numerous notable alumni, including 45 Pulitzer Prize winners like Wesley Lowery (2016) for national reporting and one Nobel Prize winner, Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, (2009) in the field of chemistry.
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contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines.
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of collaboration on a number of international research projects with different partners from the academic
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