|Athens Campus remains open in cold weather|
Ohio University's main campus is open despite cold weather and severe wind chill factors.
|Confrontation : Deviation student art exhibit begins Jan. 17|
Exhibition Confrontation : Deviation, which features art work by 12 undergraduate students will be on view from Jan. 17 to March 2 at the Kennedy Museum of Art.
|Couple Giving to OUL Theatre to Support Arts in Lancaster|
Arts and culture are very important to Dean and Cathie DeRolph. The couple believes that music, theatre and art are what makes Lancaster a special place to live. So, supporting the fundraising effort for the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre was something that they both knew was right for them.
|OHIO Alumni - January|
OHIO Alumni January newsletter now available
|OURC, Baker awards offer more than $90,000 in funding to 11 faculty members|
The John C. Baker Fund and the Ohio University Research Committee awarded $91,853 total to 11 faculty proposals for research, scholarship and creative work this fall. Both internal awards programs now are accepting proposals for the spring cycle of funding in January and February.
|Ohio University Economic Impact Assessment available to public|
The full economic report that calculates Ohio University’s total economic output for 2012 at $1.5 billion is now available in an easy-to-read format through a newly created website.
|School of Art + Design Faculty Exhibition begins Jan. 17|
This year’s 2014 Ohio University School of Art + Design Faculty Exhibition presents original artwork by School of Art + Design faculty from a wide range of mediums including graphic design, painting, sculpture, prints, photography, drawing, ceramics, video, and installation art.
|Scripps College dean and wife establish Excellence in Undergrad Education fund|
Dean and professor in the Scripps College of Communication establish fund that benefits communication studies undergraduates and honors Scripps College faculty and staff
|Former Lancaster Campus student runs from Athens to Lancaster|
20-year-old Kameron Starr has traveled the road from Ohio University Lancaster to Ohio University in Athens both figuratively and literally. On the figurative side, the sophomore attended the Lancaster Campus during his freshman year and transferred to Athens this past fall. On the literal side, Starr decided the best way to travel to his family home in Lancaster for Thanksgiving last November was to put on his tennis shoes and run from Athens.
|Avionics Engineering Center celebrates 50 years of research in aviation technology|
Joined by a group of sponsors and alumni, the faculty and staff of the Avionics Engineering Center marked the 50th anniversary of its 1963 founding at a reception Thursday in Walter Hall.
|Chemical engineering senior wins national engineering honor society scholarship|
Chemical engineering student Josh Frash, a senior at Ohio University's Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology, has received the nationally competitive Forge Scholarship from engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi.
|Faculty Invited to ‘Climate Change and Ethics’ Workshops|
The “Climate Change and Ethics” workshop is open to all interested Ohio University faculty. Faculty will meet several times this semester: Fridays at 4 p.m. on Feb. 7, Feb. 28 and March 14, as well as optionally on April 4
|Martin Luther King Jr. weeklong celebration begins Jan. 20|
The 2014 Ohio University annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration will carry the theme, "OHIO's Legacy: Living the Dream" with much of the focus surrounding King's service and legacy. Events begin Feb. 20.
|Nominations for 31st annual Leadership Awards being accepted|
Nominations and applications for the 31st annual Leadership Awards are being accepted and, in most cases, are due by Feb. 1.
|Polar Bear Plunge fundraiser is Feb. 8|
The Ohio University Police Department and Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity will host the Ohio University Polar Plunge on Saturday, Feb. 8 at Lake Snowden in Albany, Ohio. The event is part of a statewide initiative to raise money for the Special Olympics Ohio.
|President Roderick McDavis Visits Lancaster|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis expressed thanks to supporters of the Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center Thursday while meeting with alumni, donors and community leaders who have given their time, talent and financial support to the campus.
|Sen. Rob Portman visit focuses on technology startups, research|
In between floor sessions in Washington, D.C., over federal unemployment benefits, Sen. Robert Portman, R-OH, visited Athens on Friday for a firsthand look at Ohio University’s research and entrepreneurship initiatives at the Innovation Center and Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Technology.
|Strategic planning helps set course for OU-C|
Latest news from the Chillicothe Campus
|University calendar advisory task force, development teams formed|
The work of pulling together Ohio University events and activities onto one centralized calendar is a big job, but two groups are now formed and ready to take on the task with the help of the University community.
|Alumni Factor ranking places OhioUniversity 18th among large, public universities|
Ohio University ranks 18th among 55 large, public universities included in the 2013-14 edition of The Alumni Factor, a college-ranking platform.
|Emergency communication systems to be tested Friday|
Ohio University's Athens campus will test its emergency communication systems on Friday, Jan. 24. The University will test its text messaging, emergency page, email, Facebook, Twitter, outdoor notification and CATVision systems.
|Information session for Summer Abroad in Africa is Jan. 24|
An information session on the HIV/Aids Education in Africa program will be held 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24 in Baker University Center 226. The HIV/Aids program will take place July 15 to Aug. 15.
|Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy honored at silent march, celebratory brunch|
Ohio University's weeklong celebration honoring civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy kicked off Monday morning with the MLK Jr. Silent March followed by the Celebratory Brunch.
|Mechanical engineering students bring home gold and silver for designing to make a difference|
Two teams of mechanical engineering students from the Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University have once again won top national design awards from the James F. Lincoln Foundation (JFLF), bringing their total won in recent years to almost $70,000.
|Russ College student leaders help guide the future of engineering and technology at regional middle school competition|
As student leaders at Ohio University's Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology, Engineering Ambassadors are used to being put on the spot by future students during college tours. This weekend, they turned the tables as judges for the regional middle-school “Future City” competition in Columbus, Ohio.
|Spring semester brings IT upgrades|
2014 promises a new look and feel for Blackboard, a major telephone system upgrade, an Exchange email upgrade, and several new services and site licensed software offerings
|World Music and Dance Festival to begin Jan. 27|
The fourth annual World Music and Dance Festival will bring the life and culture of Cuba, Africa, China, Trinidad and other countries to Ohio University from Jan. 27 to Feb. 1.
|A reminder of leave usage policies from Human Resources|
The following memo from Interim Chief Human Resource Officer Paul Sundberg is a reminder of Ohio University's leave usage policies.
|Bobcat Coffee Hour kicks off Jan. 22|
The first of series of Ohio University Bobcat Coffee Hours will take place at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, in the Honors Collegium on the Baker University Center fourth floor.
|Intramural Sports to host Inner Tube Water Polo fundraiser|
The Ohio University Intramural Sports Program is excited to host its first-ever Inner Tube Water Polo Tournament at noon on Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Ohio University Aquatic Center.
|Latin American Studies Annual Lecture to feature Harvard professor|
The 2014 Latin American Studies Annual Lecture, “Patronage and Jobs for the Boys: Perspectives on Latin America,” will be presented by Merilee Grindle at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, in Bentley Hall 227.
|Scripps Innovation Challenge kickoff events to connect speakers, competitors|
The Scripps College of Communication announces a series of events that will connect speakers and students on the topic of innovation as part of the Scripps Innovation Challenge.
|Spring semesters marks the reopening of Bush Hall|
A newly renovated and slightly larger Bush Hall reopened to students this semester following a $9.1 million renovation project that began in January 2013.
|What privacy? New book details surveillance in modern society|
"Terms like Big Brother and privacy no longer work," says John Gilliom, an Ohio University professor of political science. "Everything you know about surveillance is either wrong or incomplete."
|2013 Communications Report|
University Communications and Marketing's annual report of internal and external communications efforts.
|Chillicothe Campus faculty member stays current in profession|
Latest news from the Chillicothe Campus
|Common Experience Project on Sustainability launches sustainability film series|
The Common Experience Project on Sustainability launches its spring semester sustainability film series
at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Athena Cinema.
|Lancaster Campus theatre students forever changed after Kennedy Center festival [SLIDESHOW]|
he entire cast from Ohio University Lancaster Theatre’s production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” is back from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and the students were forever changed by the experience. An OUL Theatre group that included 14 men and 10 women attended the festival in West Chester, Pennsylvania, last week.
|New OHIO photo archive launched|
University Communications and Marketing recently launched a new online photo catalog that includes more than 46,000 images of campus beauty, faculty, students, University events, campus buildings, historic photos and more. All of the images are available for free download.
|OHIO benefactors establish arts program for regional K-12 students|
Athenians Marc and Ellen Fultz met while studying music at the Chautauqua Institution, a not-for-profit community in New York that hosts a unique mix of fine and performing arts each summer. Their shared passion for the arts moved them to establish a new fund at Ohio University that aims to expose K-12 children to the performing arts.
|OHIO faculty prominence in the media increases|
Ohio University faculty and researchers received significantly more media attention in 2013 compared to the year before, according to a recently released annual report by University Communications and Marketing.
|Ohio Higher Ed Funding Commission finalizes recommendations|
The Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission, led by Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis, announced on Jan. 23 that they have provided a final report of recommendations to Governor John Kasich.
|Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission report 2014|
The recommendations of the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission, led by OHIO President Roderick J. McDavis.
|POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER: Program on Syrian conflict to feature international law, humanitarian aid, foreign policy experts|
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER: The War and Peace Studies Program at Ohio University’s Center for International Studies and the OHIO chapter of STAND Against Genocide will present “Syria Interventions: Military, Legal and Humanitarian Intervention in Syria and Beyond” on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 5 p.m. in the Margaret W. Walter Hall Rotunda.
|Siblings travel to spend weekend in Athens|
Ohio University’s annual Sibs Weekend will be held February 7-9. In preparation for the weekend, two alumni chapters in Ohio have organized transportation for siblings to safely travel to Athens.
Chapters in Akron and Cleveland will again sponsor charter buses for the weekend. Round trip tickets cost $75 and each bus will be chaperoned by chapter volunteers.
|Students gain career experience while impressing potential employers at new Bobcat Leadership Project|
The Career and Leadership Development Center held the first-ever Bobcat Leadership Project at Ohio University Dec. 13-15.
|Alumni will meet “On the Green” during inaugural reunion weekend May 30-June 1|
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) will host an all-alumni reunion weekend in Athens from May 30 through June 1. The weekend will feature activities for the entire OHIO community, alumni and their families, and those celebrating class milestones and special reunions. Currently, reunion activities are planned for members of the Golden Classes of 1963 and 1964, Gospel Voices of Faith, the Department of Aviation and OHIO’s Emeriti Faculty.
|Campus Area Transit System offering more options in cold weather|
Due to extreme weather conditions, additional Campus Area Transit System shuttles have been activated on main CATS routes, and Transportation and Parking Services will be providing vans to shuttle those on the Athens Campus.
|Champion autonomous snowplow team returns to competition – to give back|
After three years of victory at the Institute of Navigation's (ION) annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition (ASC), Ohio University’s “M.A.C.S.” team from the Russ College of Engineering and Technology chose this year not to try to cream the competition a fourth time, but instead to "create for good" by serving ION and this year’s teams.
|Charlotte Networking Week|
The Ohio University Alumni Association’s Greater Charlotte Chapter Network is hosting the 11th Annual Charlotte Networking Week on February 20-22. This program, taking place in Charlotte, N.C., is open to both current students and alumni.
|Highlighting the Green - January 2014 Edition|
This video celebrates outstanding moments in OHIO's 210-year legacy of excellence!
|Lancaster Campus "Imagine Your Possibilities" Series: Fairfield Medical Center Data Analyst Jared Schoenlaub|
When Jared Schoenlaub, 25, graduated from high school, he was a little lost. Schoenlaub graduated from Cincinnati Elder High School but ended up in Fairfield County shortly thereafter.
|New certificate offers benefits of global health awareness|
A new certificate program, which is designed to expose students to health on a more globalized level, is now open to students in majors across Ohio University.
|Ohio University is closed beginning at 5 p.m. Monday until 5 a.m. Wednesday due to inclement weather|
Ohio University leadership is closing all campuses and centers from 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, until 5 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, due to inclement weather. All classes and activities are canceled.
|Rebuilding a Tributary|
Just months after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Christopher Thompson – associate professor of Japanese language and culture, and executive director of Japan Relations – organized a group from Ohio University to partner with Iwate Prefecture University (IPU) in relief efforts for northern Japan.
|Rep. Johnson gives lesson in leadership to Russ College engineering students|
On one of the coldest nights of the year, Congressman Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, greeted a group of Ohio University engineering and technology students in one of the warmest conference rooms on campus.
|Take a closer look at 2014 MLK Jr. Week [PHOTOS]|
Carrying the theme, "OHIO's Legacy: Living the Dream," Ohio University faculty, staff, students and community members showed up in large numbers to support the week's scheduled events. Check out some of the outstanding images from the week.
|A&S Mourns Paula Hale, Budget and Grant Specialist in Chemistry|
Paula L. “Weezy” Hale, 60, of Albany, passed away Friday, Jan. 24, at Grant Medical Center in Columbus. She was a budget and grant research specialist in the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department at Ohio University’s College of Arts & Sciences.
|AAUW chapter awarded grant for Tech Savvy program for girls|
The Ohio University branch of AAUW has been awarded a grant to establish a Tech Savvy program for girls in sixth through ninth grades on May 17.
|Adjunct faculty members add to OU-C experience|
Latest news from the Chillicothe Campus
|Branding OHIO through its website: Part 2|
The redesign initiative for ohio.edu will focus on audience engagement and more specifically on our primary and secondary audiences – prospective students and parents and families. Through the discovery process, we learned about their needs and as a result, determined for the best way to manage and shape the future content strategy for the website.
|Campus feedback needed for Tobacco-Free survey|
Vice President of Student Affairs Ryan Lombardi sent the following message to the Athens Campus community soliciting their input in the Tobacco-Free Implementation team's work.
|Carolyn Bailey Lewis: Actively inspiring others|
When a group of Ohio University employees from the President’s Advisory Council on Disability and Accessibility Planning (PACDAP) travels to Bowling Green State University in March to present a panel discussion on disability accessibility planning at the annual State of the State conference, among them will be Carolyn Bailey Lewis.
|Economics & political science alum becomes executive director at Coolidge Foundation|
Ohio University alum Matthew Denhart ’10 joined the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation in late 2013 as Executive Director leading operations at the foundation’s headquarters in Plymouth, VT. He previously helped launch and was an Immigration Fellow at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
|Great job Bobbi Skelly!|
The monthly feature, titled "Great Job," provides a glimpse into the Classified Senate Employee of the Month's life on and off campus.
|Journalism alumna shines as CBS sideline reporter|
Ohio University alumna Allie LaForce stole the stage Jan. 12 as CBS’ sideline reporter for the Colts-Patriots game.
|OHIO alum ready for her next adventure spreading good will across the world|
Ohio University graduate Niki VanNest is about to embark on a missionary trip to San Marcos, Mexico.
|University to host a series of Black History Month events|
The Ohio University Multicultural Center will celebrate Black History Month in February by offering a wide range of entertaining and educational events including guest speakers, film screenings, educational programs and student performances.