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Ohio University, has announced his retirement, effective Jan. 1. Until then, Nab will work with Associate Vice President Hub Burton, who will assume an interim leadership role at the Athens school until Nab's replacement is found. OU President Robert Glidden praised Nab for carrying out assignments that have resulted in more national recognition for the institution. Grant to Bowling Green will fund teen-dating study A four-year, $1.3 million grant to Bowling Green State University will allow sociologists there to conduct a major study of adolescent dating and peer relationships. The grant, which provides $272,581 this year, is among the largest multiyear research grants ever awarded to the faculty at the Bowling Green school. The grant will allow specialists in social psychology, demography and adolescent behavior to build a portrait of adolescent, heterosexual relationships. They plan to conduct in-home interviews with seventh-, ninth- and 11th-graders throughout Lucas County. Trustees for Shawnee State, two other schools named Gov. Bob Taft has appointed trustees to the boards of Shawnee State University, the Central Ohio Technical College and Hocking College. Kay Boynton Reynolds of Lucasville was appointed to a nine-year term at Shawnee State in Portsmouth. Howard R. Harchia of Portsmouth was appointed to fill the remainder of the term for the late Thomas Reynolds at Shawnee State. The term ends next June. Jerry Besanceney of Newark was reappointed to a three-year term at Central Ohio Technical College in Newark. Ellsworth Holden of Athens and Richard Brandt of Logan were appointed to three-year terms at Hocking College in Nelsonville. Public Events * Kenyon College -- William Calder, professor of classics at the University of Illinois, will discuss a 19th-century German archaeologist who discovered many ancient sites in Greece and Turkey when he presents "Myth, Scandal and History: Heinrich Schliemann Today,'' at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Higley Auditorium

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