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Norico Tanaka-Wada grew up in Athens and began attending classes at Ohio University at the age of 14.


Thu, Apr 30, 2015 4:29 pm

On this episode of Conversations from Studio B, host Loring Lovett talks with Bill and Janet Stacy of Stacy Family Farms in Marietta. The fourth generation of family farmers, The Stacy's celebrate the culture of family farming, and feature U-Pick strawberries at their Reno location, 27515 State Rt 7. Every year, they invite thousands of children to the farm for school field trips where they learn all about where our food comes from.

For more information on the Stacy Family farm, visit their website:

Thu, Apr 30, 2015 4:00 pm

Randy Leite, dean of the College of Health Sciences and Professions at Ohio University, has guided his college through a series of significant changes in recent years.

Next month, he will be starting yet another new program.  A new Physician’s Assistant Program will begin at Ohio University’s new Dublin campus just northwest of Columbus.

That program is among four or five new health related programs to be started over the next couple of years at the brand new Dublin Integrated Education Center on Ohio University’s new Dublin campus.

Thu, Apr 23, 2015 4:04 pm

In this episode of Conversations from Studio B, join host Carolyn Lewis of the Athens City Commission on Disabilities, with guests Dr. Eddith Dashiell and Tyrone Carr, as they reflect on their experiences from "Challenged By Choice".

Fri, May 1, 2015 4:56 pm

Roshan Noorzai received his PhD in mass communication in 2012 from Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies. Noorzai, an Afghan native, is an international broadcaster for Voice of America’s Afghanistan Service in Washington, D.C. He sat down with “Conversations from Studio B” host Kelee Riesbeck during OHIO’s International Alumni Reunion to talk about studying journalists in Afghanistan war zones for his doctoral research.

Wed, Apr 29, 2015 1:14 pm

Norico Tanaka-Wada grew up in Athens and began attending classes at Ohio University at the age of 14. Her "second home" on the Athens Campus was WOUB, where she produced a daily afternoon local news program  and had her own music radio show. Tanaka-Wada was named by the Hollywood Reporter as one of the top 25 Most Powerful Women in Global TV.