Daniel is the Student Data Manger for the College of Nursing. He manages and coordinates student, applicant, and alumni data and records.
Daniel received his bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts and Education in 1991 from Adams State College in Alamosa Colorado, and his master's degree in Public Policy and Management from The Ohio State University in 2009.
Daniel has been with The Ohio State University College of Nursing since 2002.
Microwave ovens produce radio-frequency waves that cause the water molecules in an object to vibrate. This vibration causes friction, which allows the object to heat up to a temperature that can kill germs.
That's why microwaves are sometimes used to disinfect items such as a household sponge, as they are a hotbed for viruses and bacteria.
However, research has found mixed results on whether a microwave can effectively kill germs on a sponge, or even in food. Here's what you need to know.
A recent TEDxColumbus talk on innovation and nursing was given by Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN. Tim is a nurse, teacher, and Chief Innovation Officer at Ohio State University, and co-author of the book Evidence-based Leadership, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Nursing and Healthcare.