|Alden Library enters first of five-phase, five-year renovation|
Building on its legacy of serving as the intellectual center of Ohio University’s Athens Campus, University Libraries is embarking on a five-year, five-phase, approximately $30 million renovation of Alden Library.
|Five regional entrepreneurs, inventors receive Innovation Awards at 3rd annual event|
Five regional entrepreneurs and inventors have been named recipients of the 2014 Innovation Awards, which celebrate creativity and innovation in southeastern Ohio.
|Holocaust survivor Conrad Wiener to speak April 8|
Conrad Wiener has dedicated the better part of his life to holocaust studies and awareness. He will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8.
|Lancaster Campus Spring Fest 2015 gets underway Monday|
Spring Fest 2015 gets underway next week. This year’s theme is “Spring into Action.” Many of the events during the week of activities will raise funds for organizations throughout the community. The week was organized by the Communication Studies Event Planning class.
|University provides update on the Innovation Strategy|
As a part of the Innovation Strategy, a program is being launched to solicit proposal-driven investments to advance the University's innovation agenda.
|WATH 970 AM to interview President Roderick J. McDavis on Friday|
President Roderick J. McDavis will discuss the latest happenings at Ohio University on Athens radio station WATH 970 AM on Friday, April 3.
|YRU Alive? Tour helps students value black lives|
Speaker Bryant Kirk White spoke about valuing black lives during his YRU Alive? presentation, hosted by Ohio University's Black Student Union.
|‘Communication Action Heroes’ highlight content, platforms in seventh Symposium|
‘Communication Action Heroes’ highlight content, platforms in seventh Symposium
|A letter from Ohio University's Vice President for Finance and Administration|
This letter to the editor, written by Ohio University Vice President for Finance and Administration Steve Golding, appeared in The Athens News on Wednesday, April 1, 2015.
|Communications and Marketing conducting perception survey|
Chief Marketing Officer Renea Morris is inviting all University faculty and staff to participate in the 2015 University Communications and Marketing Perception Survey.
|OHIO students set to begin research with help of Fulbright Award|
Three Ohio University students recently found out that they would have the opportunity to conduct research projects funded by the prestigious Fulbright Award in nations across the world.
|Ohio University RecycleMania gets ready for Recyclympics|
Ohio University’s RecycleMania is preparing for its final event, Recyclympics, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 8, 9 and 10 on South Beach on South Green.
|President of the Health Policy Institute of Ohio to speak at CHSP Grover Lecture|
Amy Rohling McGee’s presentation, “Achieving Health Value in Ohio,” will explain the Health Policy Institute of Ohio’s new Health Value Dashboard, which is the first national scorecard to rank states equally on health outcomes and cost.
|RSVP to April 13-16 Innovation Strategy information, collaboration events|
RSVP to April 13-16 Innovation Strategy information, collaboration events
|Student Research and Creative Activity Expo is Thursday|
The 2015 Ohio University Student Research and Creative Activity Expo will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Thursday, April 9.
|Study abroad and scholarship/grant info sessions on Lancaster Campus April 15|
Students at Ohio University Lancaster are getting the opportunity to learn about how to make their dreams of studying abroad a reality. An Opportunities Abroad and Competitive Awards Info Sessions is being held on Wednesday, April 15, in the Brasee Hall North Lobby on the Lancaster Campus. The session is sponsored by Ohio University’s Office of Nationally Competitive Awards, Global Opportunities, and Global Health Programs. Representatives from the Athens Campus will be on hand to answer questions.
|Teacher Recruitment Consortium scheduled for April 13|
Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center will host the annual Teacher Recruitment Consortium in the Baker University Center Ballroom on Monday, April 13, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
|Annual OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital Race for a Reason is April 25|
The Ohio University Center for Sports Administration and Athletes in Action would like to announce that the fourth annual OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital Race for a Reason, Saturday, April 25, in Peden Stadium.
|Cutler Scholars Program moving to the Honors Tutorial College|
While Ohio University’s Cutler Scholarship Program will remain physically in Trisolini House, it will move administratively to the Honors Tutorial College in July.
|International Week 2015 to celebrate OHIO’s global family|
Ohio University's International Week kicks off Sunday, April 12, and runs through Sunday, April 19, with globally focused events and activities planned throughout the Athens Campus and in the city of Athens.
|Lancaster Men's Chorus donates to Lancaster Campus Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign|
More than 40 years ago, the Lancaster Men’s Chorus started performing its annual “Ham & Eggs Show” on the Wagner Theatre stage. Now, The Chorus is giving back to the venue that has supported them for nearly four decades. The Lancaster Men’s Chorus recently donated $1,000 from its general fund to the Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign.
|Larry Gates to speak at OU-C graduation event|
Plans continue for graduation, Casey Oates living the college dream, theater fest scheduled and more news from the state's first regional campus
|Student Expo preparation underway|
134 mini binder clips. 800 white name badges. 268 easels. 349 pizzas. To most people, this is just a standard inventory for a meet-and-greet. To those who have been working day in and day out since October, this inventory is the product of months of hard work.
|The Syrian Tragedy Four Years On ¦ Bassam Haddad, April 9|
In his April 9 Baker Center lecture on “The Syrian Tragedy Four Years On,” Bassam Haddad will address the causes and dynamics of the Syrian uprising turned civil and regional proxy war.
|Zanesville Campus’ Green Bobcats hosting community recycle day|
Ohio University Zanesville’s environmental club, Green Bobcats, will be hosting a community recycling day on April 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
|Donation made to Lancaster Campus library in memory of late Ohio University Political Science Professor Patricia Weitsman|
Two new books were recently donated to the Ohio University Lancaster Hannah V. McCauley Library. The books, Waging war : alliances, coalitions, and institutions of interstate violence and Dangerous alliances : proponents of peace, weapons of war have tremendous academic value in the political science world, but this donation was more an emotional gesture. It was a way to pay tribute to a wife and a mother while remembering someone who was special to Lancaster and Ohio University.
|Food Justice Course is a week of 'lived experience'|
Students in a new Food Justice course spent spring break learning firsthand that it's not just the distance food travels to the plate—sometimes it never makes it to the plate.
|Jim Eno of Spoon to visit OHIO April 14|
The Scripps College of Communication and the School of Media Arts & Studies will host Jim Eno, drummer and producer for the critically acclaimed band Spoon, on Tuesday, April 14 from 10:30 a.m. to noon in Glidden Music Hall.
|Journalist Elizabeth Becker to speak at International Week event April 17|
Renowned journalist and author Elizabeth Becker will speak as part of International Week at Ohio University on April 17 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Khmer Rouge occupation in Cambodia.
|Ohio Athletics Surpasses "The Promise Lives" Fundraising Goal|
As part of Ohio University's The Promise Lives Campaign, Ohio Athletics has surpassed its departmental goal of $22.5 million toward the overall $450 million Campaign goal.
|Scripps College administrator developing app to battle online trolls|
Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation at Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication, is developing an online tool to combat a growing problem for women news journalists and entrepreneurs – cyberharassment.
|‘Wealth and Poverty in Appalachia’ keynote looks at welfare reform in neighboring state|
Ohio University’s Wealth and Poverty curricular theme kicked off its first-ever weeklong “Wealth and Poverty in Appalachia” series with a lecture from a West Virginia University professor who’s conducted research on the effects of welfare reform in the Mountain State.
|Alumni discuss alternative career paths for English majors|
The Ohio University Department of English hosted its second annual Futures in English Symposium on Friday in Alden Library to demonstrate to its students that anything is possible with an English degree.
|Annual Athens Jazz Festival is April 17-19|
Ohio University’s School of Fine Arts invites the campus and community to their annual Athens Jazz Festival, April 17-19.
|Berenson awarded music teachers service award|
Gail Berenson, Professor Emerita of Piano at Ohio University, has been awarded the Music Teachers National Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
|Challenged by Choice and Disabilities Speak events are Thursday|
For the sixth year, the Athens City Commission on Disabilities will sponsor “Challenged by
Choice” and “Disabilities Speak” on Thursday, April 16. The events bring awareness to the obstacles people living with disabilities face on a daily basis.
|Food Justice: A week of lived experience|
Students in a new Food Justice course spent spring break learning firsthand that it's not just the distance food travels to the plate—sometimes it never makes it to the plate.
|Inaugural Najee E. Muhammad Memorial Lecture is Wednesday|
Mary E. Weems, a poet, playwright, scholar and friend of late Ohio University Associate Professor of Education Najee E. Muhammad, will perform in his honor at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, at Galbreath Chapel.
|Lancaster Campus awards receptions honors accomplishments of students, faculty and staff [VIDEO]|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington held its first awards recognition reception on Friday, April 10. Students, faculty and staff were honored for their accomplishments throughout the year.
|Memorial concert for Richard Syracuse is April 18|
The Ohio University School of Music will host a memorial concert to celebrate the life and legacy of Emeritus Professor of Music Richard D. Syracuse on Saturday, April 18.
|OPIE students visit the Laurels of Athens|
The class is currently examining the American family, and having a chance to talk personally with older Americans off-campus gave the OPIE students a chance to learn about local American families.
|OUPD to remove abandoned bikes in June|
The Ohio University Police Department will remove all abandoned bikes on the Athens campus in June.
|Out of the Darkness Walk to prevent suicide is Sunday|
The Bobcats for Suicide Prevention Campaign will host its first annual Out of the Darkness Walk on Sunday, April 19. The student-organized walk promotes awareness and seeks to end stigmas surrounding depression, suicide and other mental disorders.
|Sociology alumni find passions in business, non-profits, education|
Sociology alumni returned to campus in March to talk to current students with stories about finding their passions and applying their skillsets in the business and non-profit worlds.
|Sociology-Criminology Grads Discuss Criminal Justice Careers|
Three recent Sociology-Criminology graduates returned to campus in March to talk to current students about applying for internships and entering the job market.
|Students support a tobacco-free campus [VIDEO]|
In August 2015, the Ohio University Athens Campus will become tobacco-free. In this video, students voice their support for the initiative.
|Transportation and Parking Services to host first annual Roadshow|
Ohio University faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the first annual Transportation and Parking Services Roadshow on Wednesday, April 15.
|Troops, Turmoil and Teargas, Ohio University 1968-70 opens April 16|
The Athens County Historical Society and Museum presents "The Sky Has Fallen: Troops, Turmoil and Teargas, Ohio University 1968-1970."
|UPC bringing ‘Zoo to yOU’ on April 16|
UPC will be holding “Zoo to yOU” from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at South Beach on the South Green of Ohio University’s Athens Campus. The event will include camel rides, a petting zoo, exotic animals and more.
|Vice President for Finance and Administration announces he will not ask Boards to purchase 31 Coventry Lane|
OHIO Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding made the announcement April 13.
|April 23 throwback event to include free concert by the Ying Yang Twins|
“TBT with UPC and BSCPB,” featuring a free concert by hip hop duo the Ying Yang Twins, will be held Thursday, April 23, beginning at 5 p.m. on South Green’s South Beach.
|Center for PDS Partnerships receives Spirit of the PDS Award|
Ohio University’s Patton College of Education’s Center for PDS Partnerships has received the Spirit of the PDS Award. This prestigious national honor recognizes “leadership in, and significant contributions to, the building and sustaining of Professional Development Schools and consistent support for, and participation in, the annual NAPDS Conference.”
|Chillicothe Campus names distinguished alumni award winners|
Recipients to be honored during graduation event and more campus news
|Lancaster Campus “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” opens Friday with OUL professors as guest spellers|
The OUL Theatre spring production opens this Friday, and there’s a special treat in store on opening night. OUL Faculty members will be part of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
|Sakura lighting underway on Athens Campus|
Ohio University’s cherry trees have bloomed and will be illuminated from 8 to 10 p.m. every evening this week.
|Seann Dikkers a key player in Microsoft-funded summit|
Seann Dikkers recently participated in a Microsoft-funded research project that analyzed how teachers are using Minecraft in the classroom.
|Southern Campus’ EMPixx Awards highlight student achievement|
Nearly 250 students representing 12 high schools from Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia attended the 16th Annual EMPixx Awards at Ohio University’s Southern Campus.
|VisCom student places in OHIO College of Education video contest|
Earlier this semester, Chris Pinchot, an Ohio University Scripps College of Communication senior studying interactive design and interactive media in the School of Visual Communication, won second place in the Patton College of Education’s “Why Public Education is Important” video contest.
|Branding OHIO through its principles: Part 7|
If you've kept up with University Marketing and Communications’ (UCM) 80’s style Throwback Thursday video series, which began in January, hopefully you’ve noticed a running theme – we’re all about branding!
|CHSP’s Grover Lecturer charts Ohio’s health by the numbers|
The HPIO Health Value Dashboard was the topic of CHSP's recent Grover Lecture. The dashboard shows that Ohio ranks No. 47 out of 50 states for health care value.
|Cleveland Bobcats gather for first family reunion event of the year|
The Ohio University Alumni Association hosted its first of three Bobcat Family Reunions on the road on April 9, bringing together 230 members of the OHIO community at Windows on the River in Cleveland.
|Knight fellowship awarded to illustrator Daniel Garrow|
Award-winning illustrator and informational graphic designer Daniel Garrow has been named the 2015-16 Knight Fellow in the Ohio University School of Visual Communication.
|Lancaster Campus marks Earth Day with Friends of the Library presentation|
Celebrate Earth Day at OUL by hearing Lancaster Campus Associate Professor of Biology Joe Faber talk about his research during a Friends of the Library presentation. Faber is going to give a talk called “Ghosts of Rivers Past: Extinct Rivers and the Conservation of North American Fishes” on April 23 at 7 p.m.
|New Scripps Howard Foundation CEO Liz Carter visits campus|
Liz Carter, who began her tenure as president and CEO of the Scripps Howard Foundation April 1, visited campus to meet with Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth, students, and school directors on April 7, 2015.
|OHIO Media Arts & Studies students to host SXSW panel discussions|
Following last month’s trip to the South by Southwest Conference in Austin, Texas, 24 Ohio University students will be hosting two panel discussions to share about their experiences.
|OMSAR's Cecil Walters says goodbye to students|
Walters’ students and colleagues gathered on April 9 in the Baker University Center to thank him for all of his contributions to Ohio University and to their lives and to wish him the best of luck in the future.
|Race for a Reason's Fitness Fest concert is April 25|
Fitness Fest, which includes a post-race awards ceremony, food, recognition of major fund raisers, and a free concert, will take place on Saturday, April 25.
|Steam outage May 13-21 will affect Athens campus|
A steam outage scheduled for May 13-21 will affect domestic hot water, heat and some cooling services in all buildings that utilize steam systems on the Athens Campus.
|Students share global experiences during International Week panel|
An “Experiencing Diversity Abroad” panel discussion was held April 13 as part of Ohio University's International Week and featured five Bobcats who have traveled domestically and internationally through OHIO global opportunity and outside affiliate programs.
|Submit your feedback on CIO finalists by Apr. 17|
Links to the online feedback surveys are available from within each CIO candidate's recorded session.
|Woman makes 127th blood donation during Lancaster Campus blood drive|
Lancaster resident Joyce Guenther made her 127th donation of blood at Ohio University Lancaster on Wednesday. That means Guenther has donated more than 15 gallons of blood to the American Red Cross since 1975.
|100 students, record 72 school districts participate in Teacher Recruitment Consortium|
Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center held its annual Teacher Recruitment Consortium event Monday, April 13, in the Baker University Center Ballroom.
|CHSP set to welcome first students to new Dublin facility on May 6|
The new state-of-the-art Dublin Integrated Education Center is set to welcome its first Physician Assistant Program students in early May.
|Campus Rec, Intramural Sports to host fifth annual Battleship April 26|
Ohio University Campus Recreation and Intramural Sports are hosting the fifth annual Battleship event Sunday, April 26, from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Aquatic Center.
|Expo Spotlight: Juneann Garnett explores how communication can advance agricultural innovation in Guyana|
Juneann Garnett is a second-year graduate student pursuing her master's degree in Latin American studies with a certificate in development practice. She also is the 2014 recipient of Ohio University's John Cady Graduate Fellowship. Garnett currently is working on improving the information stream between researchers and farmers in Guyana, her native country.
|Expo Spotlight: Trevor Magnotti studies the posture of marching band students|
Magnotti is a master's student at Ohio University studying athletic training. For his thesis, he is measuring the postural stability of marching band students and how their instruments affect it. He presented his research at the Ohio University Student Expo on April 9 in the Convocation Center.
|Ohio University announces Bikeway repairs|
Repairs to the section of the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway extending from Richland Avenue to Stimson Avenue will occur beginning early May.
|Southern Campus nursing students, faculty inducted into honor society|
Three members from Ohio University Southern faculty, along with seven undergraduate nursing students, were recently inducted into nursing’s honor society, Sigma Theta Tau International, during a special ceremony held at the Athens Campus.
|Southern Campus students earn high honors at Research Expo|
When the spring Student Research Expo was held at Ohio University’s Athens Campus, Southern Campus students who competed came away with two top awards: first place in the Appalachian Rural Health Institute and first place in the Regional Campus category.
|Down time for May 6 Blackboard upgrade to be shorter than expected|
OIT has shortened the anticipated down time for the May 6 Blackboard upgrade from four days to two.
|Free concert to be held at Ohio University Zanesville|
The Ohio University Zanesville Choral Union will present its spring semester concert at 7:30 p.m. on April 29 in the Elson Hall auditorium.
|Lancaster Campus athletes celebrate special accomplishments|
Three Ohio University Lancaster athletes are celebrating special achievements in their individual sports that all happened on the very same day. Saturday, April 11 was a big day for OUL athletics.
|Master Plan open houses gather feedback, look ahead to next steps|
Faculty, staff, students and members of the Athens community gathered to share their thoughts and hear an update on the progress of Ohio University’s Comprehensive Master Plan 2016 at two open house sessions Tuesday and Wednesday.
|Meet the March Classified Employee of the Month|
Meet the March Classified Employee of the Month Pam Douglas! She likes vacationing in Tennessee, country music and "American Sniper."
|OHIO Hockey named a finalist for National Community Service Award|
The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) has named the Ohio University Hockey Team as a finalist for the ACHA National Community Service Award.
|Overview of framework plan presented at Ridges Advisory Committee meeting|
Members of the Ridges Advisory Committee met earlier this month to provide feedback on content that will be part of the Ridges framework plan developed by consultants Schooley Caldwell Associates and MKSK.
|Russ College students create for good through local bike path design|
When Ohio University repairs a damaged section of the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway this summer, it will be long-lasting thanks to the expertise of civil engineering graduate students.
|Students, faculty and staff show support for a tobacco-free campus in video series|
Two new videos on the Ohio University Tobacco Free Initiative website share student, and faculty and staff perspectives on the transition to a tobacco-free campus this fall.
|‘Our Fragile Earth’ program scheduled at Ohio University Zanesville|
The community is invited to celebrate Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. at the Ohio University Zanesville Campus on Newark Road in Zanesville.
|Retirement party for Joe Adams is April 27|
A retirement reception for Joe S. Adams, Ohio University associate vice president of risk management and safety, will take place at 2 p.m., Monday April 27.
|A life-long passion for language and culture: Linn Forhan|
Linn Forhan, Assistant Director of the Ohio Program of Intensive English, tells us her exciting story of teaching international students at Ohio University, which spans over four decades. She has been a witness to the myriad of changes and transformations in OPIE and the university, and now willingly shares her lifelong passion for culture and language with her students and colleagues.
|A tale of two Bobcats & the criminal justice system|
Two Ohio University alumni and close friends—Marc Houk and Mike Swiger—talked about their careers in the criminal justice system to students in Dr. Nicole Kaufman’s Criminology and Criminal Justice classes in April.
|CCCE leading efforts to engage faculty in community engagement|
Since the the Center for Campus and Community Engagement’s founding in the fall of 2013, more than 120 OHIO faculty members from several campuses have participated in introductory service learning training, with 16 of those individuals recently completing an eight-week intensive training. These efforts have been spearheaded by two faculty members who are serving as OHIO’s service learning experts – Pete Mather from the Patton College of Education and Julie Paxton from the College of Arts and Sciences.
|Expo Spotlight: Kareem El Damanhoury compares international media coverage|
Graduate student analyzes Al Jazeera America (AJA) and CNN’s domestic coverage of the 2014 Gaza War.
|Five OHIO acapella groups to perform at 2015 Acapella Invitational|
The Singing Men of Ohio are presenting the 13th annual Acapella Invitational this Saturday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
|High school counselors visit campus, exchange information|
Ohio University Undergraduate Admissions is hosting high school counselors on campus April 22-23 in an effort to continue and enhance relations between OHIO and the professionals who play a key role in the college admissions process.
|How can students use Wikipedia in the classroom?|
OHIO's Claude Kantner Fellow Matthew Vetter examines how educators can teach writing and research skills through the free, online encyclopedia.
|Human Resources provides guidelines for summer hours|
To further support the work/life balance of Ohio University staff members, the University encourages departments to offer staff members flexibility in their hours of work during the summer term.
|In preparation for commencement ceremonies|
More than 3,200 students are participating in the graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2.
|Meet Sheree Lucas, April Classified Employee of the Month|
Meet April Classified Employee of the Month Sheree Lucas. She said she likes Alaska, riding motorcycles and Mustangs. Read more about her here.
|Members of OHIO, Athens communities brave the rain for Beautification Day (PHOTOS)|
Hundreds of Ohio University and Athens community members didn’t let a little bit of rain stop them from volunteering to spruce up their collective home during the 11th annual Athens Beautification Day.
|Multicultural, Women’s and LGBT Centers to host commencement events|
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion invites the community to attend three pre-commencement events hosted by the Multicultural Center, the Women’s Center and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Center.
|NIH expert offers lessons on successful team-based science|
Research teams are most effective when they spur the “productive collisions” of scientific ideas while containing individual conflicts in the collaborative process, according to a federal expert on interdisciplinary research.
|OHIO students earn Fulbright Awards to teach abroad|
Four Ohio University students have earned 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Student Program English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) awards, bringing the current tally of OHIO student Fulbright recipients to seven.
|Physics alum is president elect of the Royal Society|
Ohio University alum and Nobel laureate Sir Venkatraman (Venki) Ramakrishnan has been confirmed as President Elect of the Royal Society. He earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University.
|Political science graduate accepted to 11 law schools|
What would you do if you were accepted to all 11 law schools to which you applied? How would you decide where to go? For Olayemi "Yemi" Olurin, it all came down to the visit (and the scholarships).
|Retirement reception for Vicki Butcher is April 30|
Faculty and staff are invited to a retirement reception for Vicki Butcher, Executive Assistant for the College of Arts & Sciences, on Thursday, April 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the 1804 Lounge in Baker University Center.
|Southern Campus hosts first ‘Lunch with 12 Strangers’ event|
Ohio University’s Southern Campus hosted its first “Lunch with 12 Strangers” event this week.
|Students study post-conflict society in Northern Ireland|
For the third consecutive year, Dr. Haley Duschinski has led students on a Spring Break trip to Northern Ireland with Anthropology course ANTH 4620: Human Rights, Law, and Justice.
|T-Reqs: Where are the dinosaurs this summer?|
Where are the dinosaurs this summer? Online, of course.
|Women's Basketball awarded NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Shooting Award|
On April 4, during the Women's Final Four, the OHIO women's basketball team was awarded the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Shooting Award for most improved field-goal percentage for the 2014-15 season.
|A message regarding employee reappointment processes for fiscal year 2015-16|
A message from the Executive Vice President and Provost and the Vice President for Finance and Administration.
|Blackboard upgrade: Student Preview mode|
The new version of Blackboard lets instructors view and interact with their courses from a student perspective.
|Bobcat Battalion cadets participate in Mom’s Walk (PHOTOS)|
For the second consecutive year, Ohio University’s Bobcat Battalion assisted in raising money at the Mom’s Walk for a Cure on April 11.
|Charles Jarrett featured in ‘Profiles in Faculty Achievement’ video series|
An associate professor of sociology at Ohio University’s Southern Campus, Charles Jarrett has spent more than 15 years researching the Gullah/Geechee population and its culture – efforts he has used to challenge his students to explore cultures outside of their own.
|Expert’s visit, seminars to address OHIO’s international recruitment, retention strategy|
International education expert Dr. Daniel Guhr will visit Ohio University on Wednesday, April 29, and Thursday, April 30, and will hold several public seminars related to OHIO’s recruitment and retention strategy for international students.
|Expo Spotlight: Music students create compositions with innovative instruments|
Tired of the limitations of conventional instruments, Turner Matthews and Jake Schlaerth began creating their own. At the 2015 Student Expo, the duo debuted three novel instruments: a motor controlled harp, propane-tank drums and an interactive ceramic tile instrument.
|Faculty and Staff support a tobacco-free campus|
Ohio University supports a tobacco-free policy as a major wellness initiative for all members of the OHIO community.
|Innovation Strategy Letters of Intent due May 11|
Ohio University faculty and staff interested in accessing funding from the Innovation Strategy must submit a letter of intent by Monday, May 11, 2015 to the Research Division’s LEO system.
|Joseph Slade retirement party is April 27|
The Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies will host a retirement reception Monday, April 27 for longtime professor Joseph Slade.
|Lancaster Campus Honors Convocation will celebrate 364 graduates|
Lancaster Campus Honors Convocation will celebrate 364 graduates
|Sales Education Foundation names Ohio University’s Schey Sales Centre on 2015 “Top Universities for Professional Sales Education” List|
Ohio University’s Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre announces their recognition as a “Top Universities for Professional Sales Education” program.
|U.S. assistant secretary of commerce to deliver keynote at Appalachian Ohio State of the Region|
Jay Williams, U.S. assistant secretary of commerce for economic development, will address, “Manufacturing Workforce: Building Capacity,” in his keynote presentation at the Fourth Annual Appalachian Ohio State of the Region Conference at Ohio University May 12, 2015 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., provided by the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs.