Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014

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President McDavis announces efforts to closely monitor Ebola

In light of recent confirmed cases of the Ebola virus in the U.S., tensions surrounding the global health crisis are understandably high. Our thoughts and prayers are with those families and communities who have been impacted and lost loved ones to this terrible virus.

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‘Profiles in Faculty Achievement’ video spotlights Zanesville’s Tarig Higazi

Tarig Higazi is the first Ohio University faculty member to be featured in University Communications and Marketing’s “Profiles in Faculty Achievement” video series, designed to highlight and celebrate outstanding educators and researchers on the Athens and regional campuses.

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African-American mother, daughter discussion of health, womanhood and HIV risk scheduled for Thursday

Michele Berger, an associate professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will present "Keeping it in the Family: African-American Mother and Daughter Discussions of Health, Young Womanhood and HIV Risk," in Walter Hall 135 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 23.

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Jason Trembly to discuss hydraulic fracturing at Oct. 22 Science Café

As the number of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," operations continues to grow in the United States, so does concern for the amount of water used in the mining process and the need for cleaning the wastewater byproduct.

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OHIO alumnus establishes scholarship to honor HS math teacher

In December 2013, alumnus Randall Grossman established the Robert Rudroff Memorial Honors Tutorial College Scholarship to honor the memory of his beloved teacher and mentor who died unexpectedly. The scholarship is part of the OHIO Match program.

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Annual Bobcat Blackout football game is Nov. 18

The Ohio University Sports Administration Program and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will host the fourth annual Bobcat Blackout football game on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at Peden Stadium.

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Printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. addresses civil rights in new exhibition

Printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. engaged his Ohio University Kennedy Museum of Art audience by taking them behind the curtain of his "Lyrics of My People" exhibition.

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