|Campus organizations team up to raise money as part of the Interfaith Service Challenge|
Last fall, President Barack Obama challenged universities across the nation to take part in the White House Interfaith Challenge. Various Ohio University organizations have teamed up to accept Obama’s challenge to raise awareness through fundraising and community service projects.
|Choral concert and art show at Zanesville campus|
The Ohio University Zanesville Fine Arts Department will present its Winter term Choral Union concert and art show on Monday, March 12, at 7 p.m. in the Elson Hall Auditorium.
|Distinguished Professor finds appeal of short poems|
On March 1, Ohio University 2011 Distinguished Professor Mark Halliday delivered his Distinguished Professor Lecture in the Margaret M. Walter Hall Rotunda.
|Four-Play Quad Rugby Tournament raises thousands for charity|
Ohio University’s Ping Center rocked with thunderclaps on Saturday. Not from the weather, but from metal-on-metal collisions from, of all things, a philanthropic event.
|Journalism students recognized by Society of Professional Journalists|
Four Ohio University students have been selected to receive Region 4 Mark of Excellence awards by the Society of Professional Journalists.
|Ohio University among Princeton Review’s top schools to study video game design|
Ohio University has received an Honorable Mention on third annual list of schools with the best programs to study video game design by The Princeton Review (www.princetonreview.com), one of the nation's best-known education services companies.
|Patton College alumnus talks about the importance of giving|
Patton College graduate and current trustee David Brightbill recently spoke about how the college prepared him for his career as executive director of the Washington-Morgan Counties Community Action program.
|Provost and VPFA offer copier management update|
On Monday, Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding sent an email to all Ohio University faculty and staff about copier management.
|Students network with Charlotte-area alumni|
The ninth annual Charlotte Networking Week (CNW) presented current students with valuable connections and job perspectives outside the state of Ohio.
|University College alumni as distinct as their self-directed majors|
Ohio Today spoke with five alumni whose opportunities, successes and experiences can be traced back to their individually designed degrees.
|Accurso selected for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships|
Sophomore Juli Accurso will compete in the 5,000 meters race at the NCAA Division I Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday night in Nampa, Idaho.
|Administrative and professional, classified performance evaluations are due|
It’s time to complete annual performance evaluations for your administrative and professional (A&P), and classified staff.
|My 2 Cents: Lights, Camera, Groceries (Episode 2) [VIDEO]|
Senior video production student Justin Rogers is an inspiring filmmaker. To offset equipment and housing costs, he saves money by buying food at the grocery store. The realities of living off campus have him thinking about his future.<br />
|Patton College student to participate in prestigious workshop|
When Adolescent-Young Adult Integrated Language Arts Education major Jared Tedrick first heard about the American Educational Research Association's undergraduate student education research training workshop he knew he wanted to be a part of it and could be a good candidate.
|Student Expo seeks students, judges for May 3 event|
Student Expo seeks students, judges for May 3 event
|Tenishia Benson named first-team All-MAC|
Tenishia Benson is a Mid-American Conference's Women's Basketball First Team selection. The senior also was named to the Preseason All-MAC Team and has lived up to that honor.
|University College B.S.S. graduate speaks on networking and nonprofits|
Alumnus Neal Denton met with various faculty and students from University College on Wednesday, Feb. 29, to discuss his work for the American Red Cross, offer career advice and reminisce about his time as a student.
|D.O. Day on the Hill: OU-HCOM goes to Washington|
A contingent of students from the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine plan to lend their voices – and presence – to a problem facing medicine today: too few post-graduate residency positions in the nation’s hospitals compared to the number of physicians who earn medical degrees each year.
|Discover an easier way to research the libraries|
The Libraries' new search engine, EBSCO Discovery, is a single search box on the Libraries new home page that will search and link to all of your favorite resources.
|LAMP Scholar Miguel Ruiz has a passion for library science|
Jose Miguel Ruiz began working in libraries at age 15, stacking books to save for his first car. Now, eight years and four library positions later, Miguel has chosen librarianship as a career path.
|President informs campus of Thomas Davis' departure|
On Wednesday, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent an email to all faculty, staff and students about Board of Trustees Secretary Thomas Davis' departure.
|Routes makes its mark on OHIO sustainability map|
A new online newsletter seeks to streamline campus sustainability communications.
|Veteran adviser challenges students to get involved in Q2S advising|
With the imminent change, the time for students to get involved in the academic planning process is now, according to Laura Chapman, coordinator of Q2S advising in University College.
|William Condee receives Fulbright Specialists Award|
Ohio University Professor of Theater William F. Condee was selected for a Fulbright Specialists project at the University of Leipzig in Germany.
|Alumni Association brings Dinner with 12 Strangers to Ohio University|
Have dinner with 12 strangers and leave with 12 new friends. That is the idea behind Dinner with 12 Strangers, a unique program designed to build a stronger connection between students, faculty and alumni.
|Alumni Association plans Bobcat Bash before OHIO vs. Michigan game|
The Ohio University Alumni Association and the Ohio Bobcat Club are sponsoring a Bobcat Bash on Friday, March 16, prior to OHIO playing Michigan in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Midwest Second Round. The game will be held at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. with a tip-off at7:20 p.m. CST.
|Bobcat Hustle 5K race to benefit Therapeutic Riding Program|
The Bobcat Hustle 5K race to benefit the Ohio Horse Park Center for Therapeutic Riding for Children and Veterans will be held Saturday, March 24.
|Bobcats' Excellence in Football and Men's Basketball in the same season is a rarity|
Only five teams in Division I-A athletics have won 10-or-more games in football and 25-or-more games in men's basketball this season. Ohio University is one of those five.
|Get Active and help OU-HCOM Free Clinic|
The 32nd annual 5k Medicine Run and Childrens’ Obstacle Course, co-sponsored by the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) and the Lambda Chapter of Sigma Sigma Phi, an honorary osteopathic service fraternity, will be held on Sunday, April 22 at 9 a.m.
|Bexley's Spencer Brooks wins Scripps College Regional Spelling Bee|
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Regional Spelling Bee, held on the Athens campus on March 10, 2012, ended with Spencer Brooks of Bexley Middle School accurately spelling the word “theomachy” \thēˈämǝkē\, a word of Greek origin meaning “a battle of strife among the gods.” Spencer Brooks will represent SE and Central Ohio at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, May 27 to June 2, 2012, near Washington, D. C.
|Branding OHIO through trademarks|
Ohio University has institutional and athletic trademarks on a number of its logos or marks. Trademarks provide assurance to consumers about the standard and quality of particular goods or services. In addition to a number of intangible appeals, such as a certain value placed on the institution holding the marks, trademarks often bring consumers a sense of security, integrity and belonging.
|Compass emails will take hiatus during spring brea|
University Communications and Marketing will not send out the bi-weekly Compass e-mail during spring break (March 19-23), but will resume the email on Monday, March 26.
|College mourns death of Daniel Marazon, former dean of OU-HCOM|
Daniel Marazon, D.O., former interim dean of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM), associate professor emeritus of family medicine and medical director of the University Osteopathic Medical Center, died Wednesday, March 14, at the age of 67 after a lengthy illness.
|Ohio University Press Event celebrates new book on Athens Asylum|
In her upcoming book, "Asylum on the Hill: History of a Healing Landscape," Ohio University alumnus Katherine Ziff cuts through the sensational fog surrounding the Athens mental institution to reveal its early history and purpose in late nineteenth-century Ohio.
|Oil & gas rights online comment form available|
Ohio University campus community members have a fair opportunity to offer their input into potential leasing of mineral rights on state-owned lands on an online comment form.
|University takes steps to secure against Windows Remote Desktop critical vulnerability|
To protect against a recently published Microsoft Windows critical vulnerability that could allow hackers to gain full control over Windows systems via Remote Desktop, OIT has begun blocking access to that service from outside the university network.
|OU-HCOM physician receives national service award|
Jay Shubrook, D.O. (’96), associate professor of family medicine and director of clinical research at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM), received the 2012 Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Osteopathic Family Jay Shubrook, D.O. (’96), associate professor of family medicine and director of clinical research at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM), received the 2012 Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP).<br /><br /><br /><br />