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Notable locals

Jeanette Grasselli Brown (GRS 1958 - chemistry) The citation from her 1995 honorary degree reads, " Demonstrating that serious science and highly visible public communication do mix effectively, Jeanette Grasselli Brown uses her capabilities in both arenas to advance education, business, international affairs, and her own specialty of molecular spectroscopy. A graduate of Ohio University and Case Western Reserve University, she compiled an extraordinary record during a 38-year career as a research scientist and executive at BP America, formerly the Standard Oil Company. She retired in 1988 as BP's Director of Research and Analytical Sciences. She has published and lectured widely in her field, and is known as an innovator in infrared spectroscopy. She serves as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Chemistry at Ohio University, and has devoted considerable energy to encouraging women and minority group members to pursue scientific careers."
June E. Osborn (MED 1961, HON'97)  Dr. Osborn is the president of the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation in New York. She has published extensively on research topics in virology, infectious diseases, AIDS and public policy related to health acre and public health. From 1989-93 she was chairwoman of the U.S. National Commission on Aids and is a member of the boards of the MIND Institute, the International AIDS Trust, the Center for Healthcare Strategies and the International Advisory Board for the National Academies. Since 1997 she has chaired Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy.
Barbara Nichols (NUR 1966) She has held numerous government and academic positions and has been active in multiple nursing professional associations, including serving as President of the American Nurses Association.
Joyce Fitzpatrick, Nursing faculty and dean
Anne Hiltner, Engineering faculty