|Branding OHIO through consistent website headers and footers|
Ohio University’s brand is carried through print and multimedia as well as on the Web.
|Comedy about graduate student life to screen Jan. 12 |
The PHD Movie, a humorous film about the trials and tribulations of earning a graduate degree, will be screened at 7 and 9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12, at Ohio University's Templeton Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
|New faces, focus at Institutional Equity|
It has been a busy academic year at Institutional Equity, with new staff members, and a recommitted focus to the faculty and staff of Ohio University.
|Research Expo registration, other activities announced by Graduate College|
On Wednesday, the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate College sent an email to the Ohio University community sharing information about Research Expo registration and other research and Graduate College activities.
|The sky's the limit for first winter quarter Science Café|
Michael Braasch, former director of the Avionics Engineering Center (AEC) at Ohio University, will host the quarter's first Science Café at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, in the Baker University Center Front Room.
|University, City of Athens celebrate delivery of new fire truck|
The City of Athens hosted a show-and-tell on Wednesday morning for a new fire ladder truck that was purchased with the help of a $250,000 pledge from Ohio University.
|Comedy about graduate student life to screen Jan. 12|
The PHD Movie, a humorous film about the trials and tribulations of earning a graduate degree, will be screened at 7 and 9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12, at Ohio
University's Templeton Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
|Dhaka International Film Festival to screen graduate student's film|
Ohio University graduate student Dejan Mraovic's short film, "Rocky the Boss," has been selected to compete in the 12th Dhaka International Film Festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
|Emergency communication systems to be tested Friday|
Ohio University's Athens campus will test its emergency communication systems at noon on Friday, Jan. 13.
|Engineering students re-engineer Baker Front Room|
The Front Room recently underwent a major renovation in service flow to increase efficiency, thanks to the work of industrial and systems engineering students at Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology.
|Ohio University to close Wolfe Street Apartments as part of housing, capital plans|
Ohio University will close the Wolfe Street apartment complex, a 52-unit graduate and family housing complex on the Athens campus, when current leases expire on June 15, 2012.
|AOF honors OU-HCOM physicians, students|
Several Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine <br />(OU-HCOM) alumni, faculty, students and supporters received American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) awards at its 10th Annual Honors Celebration. The gala event was held in conjunction with the AOA 116th Medical Conference & Exposition, in Orlando Oct. 30 to Nov. 1.
|Alden Library to host annual mini-golf outing during Dad's Weekend|
Ohio University Libraries will hold their second annual Alden Open Mini-Golf Outing from 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, just in time for Dad's Weekend.
|Free breast health education, mammograms available|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) will provide free breast health education and breast cancer screenings for uninsured and underinsured women ages 40 to 49 on Thursday, Jan. 12 and Thursday, Jan. 19.
|New e-mail filter targets phishing scams|
Scammers trying to phish OHIO e-mail users into revealing their passwords will have a harder time setting the hook now, thanks to a new filter that flags questionable messages and redirects risky URLs.
|Prominent book launches highlight Ohio University Press' fall quarter|
Two prominent book launches topped the list of happenings at Ohio University Press during the fall quarter.
|Space reservation request procedure changes|
Ohio University Event Services has revised the procedure by which reservation requests for major event spaces will be submitted, reviewed and accepted for the 2012 – 2013 academic year. This includes any space request that falls between Aug. 15, 2012 and Aug. 14, 2013.
|Bridges to join United Negro College Fund’s Patterson Research Institute|
Brian Bridges, vice provost for diversity, access and equity, announced that he has accepted a position as the executive director of the United Negro College Fund’s (UNCF) Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute.
|Darrell Purdy is new employee accommodation go-to|
Last month, Institutional Equity gained a new colleague who brings personal and professional commitment to employee accessibility with the addition of Darrell Purdy, assistant director for employee accommodation and campus accessibility.
|Nelson Dining Hall undergoing renovations|
Throughout the course of this year, Nelson Dining Hall will undergo some major renovations.
|OHIO invited to join in celebrating MLK, Jr.|
On Wednesday, Vice Provost for Diversity, Access, and Equity Brian Bridges sent an email to the OHIO community inviting them to participate in the many events celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.
|University to close Monday for MLK Day|
Ohio University will be closed Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
|Choose Ohio First STEMM Scholar Showcase is Jan. 23|
The Choose Ohio First (COF) STEMM Scholar Showcase will take place Jan. 23 to honor some of the best college students in the state who are studying in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine disciplines.
|Get the scoop on summer study abroad at Jan. 24 fair|
Students can find their destination at the Office of Education Abroad's "Get the Scoop on Summer Study Abroad," which will be held 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in the Baker University Center Theatre Lounge.
|LGBT center looking forward to eventful quarter|
Ohio University's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Center is welcoming the New Year with a wide range of events for students to get involved this winter. Highlights for the quarter include a spa night and visits from Bill Bowers and Erin
|OHIO welcomes Dads this weekend|
During Dads Weekend, Jan. 20-22, students can show off all the great things Ohio University has to offer while catching up on some family time.
|Ping Center 101 incentive program enters round two|
Ping 101–Round 2, a bring-your-class-or-professor to Ping, faculty and staff appreciation event, will be held Jan. 23-28 with all of the same great incentives offered in the fall.
|Baiye focused on Title IX training in her first year|
In October, Inya Baiye joined the Office of Institutional Equity as assistant director for civil rights compliance, bringing with her a desire to open doors to current and future Ohio University faculty, staff and students.
|Faculty and staff meal plans give collaboration opportunities|
Faculty and staff are now able to sign-up for several new meal plan offerings for use at any campus dining hall, Grab ‘N Go and more, opening up new opportunities for students, faculty and staff to share a meal together.
|Kent Smith joins Langston University|
On Thursday, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent an email to the entire University community regarding Vice President for Student Affairs Kent Smith's departure.
|OHIO sees major gains in quality and quantity of media placements|
According to the 2011 annual report "Ohio University in the Media," more people than ever before are hearing about OHIO thanks to the efforts of the University Communications and Marketing External Relations team.
|Regional collaboration promises streamlined advising across campuses|
In the past, Brian Schoen's role as advising coordinator for Ohio University's History Department was almost entirely confined to the Athens campus. That all changed when plans for the University's quarters-to-semesters (Q2S) conversion got underway.
|Sustainability offers Earth Month programming grants|
The Office of Sustainability is giving OHIO students, faculty and staff the opportunity to host sustainability programs throughout Earth Month. Interested parties are encouraged to apply for mini-grants of up to $500 to create and run a program dedicated to educating people on this year's theme: Energy.
|Tenth annual Senior Saturday slated for Jan. 28|
The 10th annual Scripps Senior Saturday will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, 2012, in Scripps Hall. This free event will be sponsored by the Scripps Society of Alumni & Friends and assists students in beginning their careers in the industry.
|Winter quarter Course Design Institute signup available|
Academic Technologies (AT) and the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) are co-facilitating the Winter Course Design Institute (CDI) for faculty.
|Brown Bag Lunch and Learn sessions promote awareness|
The Ohio University Women's Center hosts Brown Bag Lunch and Learn sessions each quarter to promote awareness about women while empowering the University community.
|Campus Care holds open house for students|
Students, the Ohio University community and the media are invited to tour the renovated facility, meet the Campus Care health care team and enjoy cookies, health care information and (for students) flu shots.
|Computer science student receives scholarship created by historic Russ company|
A computer science major at the Russ College of Engineering and Technology has been awarded the Systems Research Laboratories scholarship by the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers.
|How to dress tips for Jan. 31 Winter Career Fair|
The 2012 Winter Career and Internship Fair will take place Tuesday, Jan. 31, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Baker University Center Ballroom. This video gives students tips on how to dress for the big day.
|Interim roles extended and search for vice provost for e-learning and strategic partnerships underway|
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit recently outlined her plans for leadership roles in the areas of Regional Higher Education, eLearning OHIO and community college partnerships.
|Nation's first sport management fraternity to accept new applicants|
Ohio University undergraduate students have started the nation's first professional sports management fraternity, Sigma Alpha Sigma Mu.
|New series highlights those who give|
Generosity is something that should not go unnoticed. At Ohio University, dedicated alumni and friends make generous gifts that help to shape OHIO into a place where students, faculty and staff come to realize their promise.
|OHIO alumna receives prestigious award from Hungarian President Pál Schmitt|
During a fall visit to Ohio, the president of the Republic of Hungary presented the prestigious President's Medal of Merit to Ohio University alumna Jenny Grasselli Brown.
|Strong OHIO bonds inspires parent to give back|
Rita Isaacs sent her son Michael, nicknamed Mickey, to Ohio University all the way from the Oakland, Calif. area, expecting the normal "sending-your-child-to-college" experience.
|Crime alert issued for attempted aggravated robbery|
On Jan. 25, a male Ohio University student reported being the victim of an attempted aggravated robbery which occurred Jan. 18, at some time between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m.
|First OHIO Alumna Tweets from Beyond|
As the first Ohio University alumna, Boyd paved the way for future generations of female students. Today, she is stepping into the 21st century and making it possible for anyone to experience her final year at OHIO.
|Multicultural Center kicking off exciting quarter this weekend|
Ohio University's Multicultural Center will feature events that encompass the celebrations of both Black History Month and Sibs Weekend this quarter.
|Ohio University Press finds friends in current and emeriti faculty|
When budget cuts put the life of the Ohio University Press/Swallow Press in jeopardy, two university professors jumped in to insure that the press could not only continue production, but be able to maintain its reputation of excellence as a university press.
|President and executive staff address the Faculty Senate|
On Monday, President Roderick J. McDavis, joined by Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding, addressed the Faculty Senate during the organization's first meeting of the new year.
|Winter Parents Weekend to offer fun activities for everyone|
Winter Parents Weekend is here again. Show your parents that Ohio University is beautiful in the winter during this special weekend, Feb. 3-5.
|Women's Center to host exciting events this quarter|
The Ohio University Women's Center will continue to inform and educate the community about women, gender and diversity through a wide range of exciting events this quarter.
|Women’s Center holds stalking awareness event Jan. 31|
The Women’s Center invites all students, faculty and staff to a special presentation that promotes awareness of stalking in conjunction with National Stalking Awareness Month.
|Basketball announces blackout - black jerseys now on sale|
Ohio Basketball encourages all fans to wear black for their Saturday, Feb. 18 game as part of a planned blackout of the Convo for the Bobcats' annual appearance in the ESPN BracketBuster event.
|Endowed research chair named in honor of John Kopchick|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) has announced it will name a newly endowed research chair to honor one of its most esteemed faculty members.
|Library archives helps local group to revitalize region|
Through their passionate efforts and research from the Ohio University Libraries, the Little Cities of Black Diamonds Council may be able to achieve their goal to move the image of our region away from one of poverty and decay, toward an image of quality small town and rural living.
|OHIO names chief audit executive|
On Friday, the Ohio University Board of Trustees named Jeffrey Davis as the University's next chief audit executive.
|Ohio University kicks off Q2S Blitz Week|
This week, Ohio University prepares to transition from quarters to semesters with Q2S Blitz Week.
|Ohio University’s rare wintry bloom|
Despite Athens’ icy exterior on the evening of Jan. 20, Ohio University’s greenhouse was a balmy oasis to the Amorphophallus titanum’s first bloom since 2010.
|Patton College of Education announces new endowed scholarship|
The Ohio University Foundation has received a $15,000 gift from College of Education alums Lt. Col. Mike Jackson, USAF (Ret) and his wife Karen, both alumni of the college from 1968 and 1969, respectively, for the establishment of the Mike and Karen Jackson Endowed Scholarship in The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education.
|Scholarship a loving tribute to HTC alumna|
Two years after Andrea Williams' death in 2011, her husband started an HTC scholarship in her name. The Andrea Delmage Williams Scholarship, which will go into effect next year, is a stipend awarded to the top freshman female math major.