Columbus Dispatch


The Microchip Shortage is not Going Away Soon, and it’s Affecting Way More Than Cars

September 9, 2021

Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, explains how the microchip shortage that’s ailed the automotive industry is trickling down into other consumer products.


Bicycles, Manga and Craft Beer: How Supply Shortages are Hurting Columbus Small Businesses

August 5, 2021

Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses why paper is in short supply.


Farmers Make Progress in Keeping Fertilizers out of Ohio Waterways, but Much Work Remains

July 29, 2021

Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, professor of ecology and director of the UToledo Lake Erie Center, discusses the effects of efforts by farmers to help combat harmful algal blooms. Read: Farmers Make Progress in Keeping Fertilizers out of Ohio Waterways, but Much Work Remains


Planning on Dining Out in a Columbus Restaurant? Expect to Pay More

May 14, 2021

  Dr. Paul Hong, Distinguished University Professor of global supply chain management and Asian studies, discusses how the supply chain has yet to fully recover from pandemic-related factory closures. Read: Planning on Dining Out in a Columbus Restaurant? Expect to Pay More


Experts See Former Ohio State QB Justin Fields’ Epilepsy Diagnosis as Manageable in NFL

April 26, 2021

Dr. Imran Ali, chair of the Department of Neurology in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses managing epilepsy without disrupting professional career. Read: Experts See Former Ohio State QB Justin Fields’ Epilepsy Diagnosis as Manageable in NFL


Central Ohio cities embrace outdoor drinking areas

April 8, 2021

  Dr. Ainsworth Bailey, associate professor of marketing and international business, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the restaurant industry. Read: Central Ohio cities embrace outdoor drinking areas


‘Too many people dying’: How Columbus’ surge in violent deaths has devastated families

March 19, 2021

Dr. James Price, UToledo professor emeritus of health education and public health, discusses how the pandemic has exacerbated problems with violence, drug abuse and mental health.


Ohio History Connection to host virtual panel for COVID-19 anniversary

March 9, 2021

Dr. Paul Rega, assistant professor of public health and medical advisor for disaster preparedness at UTMC, will participate in a panel discussion 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 10, titled "History and Public Health — Reflecting on One Year of COVID-19.”


Testing spikes ahead of Thanksgiving holiday

November 20, 2020

Dr. Joel Kammeyer, infectious disease specialist at UTMC and assistant professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, said families should weigh the risk of gathering for the holidays. Read: Testing spikes ahead of Thanksgiving holiday


Experts say curfew may curb coronavirus spread, but probably not much

November 20, 2020

Dr. Joel Kammeyer, infectious disease specialist at UTMC and assistant professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, says, “The virus itself doesn’t respect curfews.” Read: Experts say curfew may curb coronavirus spread, but probably not much


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