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ITS at Ohio U with John Hoag and 5 others.

Cisco OU alums Keith Swallow, Matthew Brainard '07, and Jon Halar '09 held a two-day training event on DNA SDN at OU's Dublin Center. From left: Jon Halar '09, Mike Lassak, Ron Jarrett '92, Keith Swallow, Josh Zangmeister '02, Matthew Brainard '07, Dustin Power '96, Jeff Orr '06, and ITS Professor John Hoag.
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Cisco OU alums Keith Swallow, Matthew Brainard 07, and Jon Halar 09 held a two-day training event on DNA SDN at OUs Dublin Center.  From left:  Jon Halar 09, Mike Lassak, Ron Jarrett 92, Keith Swallow, Josh Zangmeister 02, Matthew Brainard 07, Dustin Power 96, Jeff Orr 06, and ITS Professor John Hoag.

ITS at Ohio U with Matthew Brainard.

Matt Brainard '07 presenting on Python in #devnetexpress event today @ciscodevnet #cheesysmile
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Matt Brainard 07 presenting on Python in #devnetexpress event today @ciscodevnet #cheesysmile

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Bobcat Student Orientation starts May 30! Nearly 10,000 of our newest Bobcats and their families will come to campus to begin the transition to college during BSO, which runs May 30 through June 24. We can't wait! 🙂 Find details at www.ohio.edu/compass/stories/16-17/05/bso-preview-2017.cfm.

ITS at Ohio U with Trevor Roycroft.

Tech Savvy brings middle-school-aged girls to Ohio University where they learn about technology, and the opportunities that a college education offers. Tech Savvy is open to girls in grades 6-9 in Southeast Ohio and neighboring regions. McClure School faculty member Trevor Roycroft conducted a session on technologies associated with the Internet, from Wi-Fi's "frequency hopping," to how fiber optic cable is used in telecommunications networks.
Students used lasers in an experiment on "total internal reflection", and participated in a frequency hopping game using Koosh Balls: youtu.be/QdO_HY9j5m4 Dr. Roycroft was assisted by Christine Scherer Wolfe from OU Lancaster's Computer Science Technology Department, and ITS graduate student Eunice Odame Arthur.
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Tech Savvy brings middle-school-aged girls to Ohio University where they learn about technology, and the opportunities that a college education offers.  Tech Savvy is open to girls in grades 6-9 in Southeast Ohio and neighboring regions.  McClure School faculty member Trevor Roycroft conducted a session on technologies associated with the Internet, from Wi-Fis frequency hopping, to how fiber optic cable is used in telecommunications networks.  
Students used lasers in an experiment on total internal reflection, and participated in a frequency hopping game using Koosh Balls:  https://youtu.be/QdO_HY9j5m4  Dr. Roycroft was assisted by Christine Scherer Wolfe from OU Lancasters Computer Science Technology Department, and ITS graduate student Eunice Odame Arthur.

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