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is Dean & Director of Landgrant Programs of the new College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) of UDC. In 2010 she founded Global Ecology to assist universities, governments and non-profits in increasing success by developing relevant curricula, research programs and community partnerships. She is a respected author, researcher and higher education executive who is well known for her expertise in sustainable economic development, global education and executive leadership.
Professor Kathryn O’Hara has been a faculty member in the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University since 2001. She is the first person to hold the School’s CTV Chair in Science Broadcast Journalism, the first such chair of its kind in anglophone Canada. A long-standing broadcast journalist, Professor O’Hara is the former columnist with CBC.
Professor Shane O'Hara of James Madison University has choreographed and performed throughout the United States and Europe. He has received grants from the USIS/American Embassy, Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, and the Virginia Commission for the Arts as well as a Fulbright Fellowship to Portugal. Professor O'Hara was named the JMU CVPA Madison Scholar in 2010.
Maureen O’Hara is the Robert W. Purcell Professor of Finance at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. She holds degrees from the University of Illinois (B.S. Economics), and Northwestern University (M.S. Economics and Ph.D. Finance), and Honorary Doctorates from Facultés Universitaires Catholiques à Mons (FUCAM), Belgium and Universität Bern, Switzerland. Professor O'Hara's research focuses on issues in market microstructure. Her most recent research looks at the role of toxicity in affecting liquidity in high frequency markets.
Mathematician Kathleen M. O'Hara, Associate Director of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, CA.
J. O'Hara, J.D., Ph.D.
webpage of the Finance, Banking, and Law Department, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha.
was a graduate student at New Mexico State University. Interests: Computational Linguistics, in particular Lexical Semantics Bayesian Inferencing using Causal Networks.
is Assistant Professor Lecturer, Dept of Art and Art History, University of Utah, SLC UT84112.
James Gabriel O'Hara
Professional Historian, member of the Irish Association of Professional Historians (IAPH) and webmaster at this site.
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