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Jun 2, 2014
Biology intern fell in love with the wolves
High in the Rocky Mountains, John Buffington '15 fell in love with the wolves. Now the Wildlife and Conservation Biology major is sharing his passion through a comic book that he wrote and illustrated called Keyni—The First Walk.

Brobst: 'Great Game' maneuvers continue on chessboard of Afghanistan
Proxies, puppets, pawns. From the "Great Game" of British imperialism in the 19th century through the Cold War in the 20th century—conflict in Central Asia could still be looked at today as a continuation of hundreds of years of "proxy warfare" between the world's great powers.<br /><br />Dr. John Brobst, Associate Professor of History at Ohio University, authored an article on "Multiplayer Great Game: Nineteenth Century Maneuvers on the Chessboard of Afghanistan" in The<br />Fletcher Society Review.

Collins writes book on sacrifice—The Head Beneath the Altar
In his new book, The Head Beneath the Altar: Hindu Mythology and the Critique of Sacrifice, Dr. Brian Collins studies sacrifice in the origin of religion and culture, as portrayed in Hindu texts. Collins is the Drs. Ram and Sushila Gawande Chair in Indian Religion and Philosophy at Ohio University.

Leader of OUAA recognizes alumni, OHIO community for successful ‘On The Green Weekend’
Leader of OUAA recognizes alumni, OHIO community for successful ‘On The Green Weekend’

Many states fail to improve rural education, study finds
Many states have fallen behind in providing funding, implementing policies, and placing a high priority on improving rural and small-town schools—led by Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina and Arizona—according to the new biennial Why Rural Matters 2013-14 report from the nonprofit Rural School and Community Trust.

Marciniak: a tear-down-the-walls scholar
While some scholars study the science of structure and organization, Dr. Katarzyna Marciniak is a tear-down-the-walls sort of scholar.

Muhammad's article earns runner-up in Journal of Women's History
Dr. Robin D. Muhammad's article on "Separate and Unsanitary: African-American Women Railroad Car Cleaners and the Women's Service Section, 1918-1920," was named a runner-up for the prize for best article published by the Journal of Women's History in 2011-2012.

NASA announces Wyatt flight experiment on International Space Station
Among the 31 space biology research proposals NASA announced on May 29 for immediate implementation is an experiment with Arabidopsis seedlings by Sarah Wyatt, professor of environmental and plant biology at Ohio University.

OHIO students deliver books to Botswana, study healthcare
Students and faculty from Ohio University’s School of Nursing are helping students in Botswana by delivering dozens of books to the library where nursing students from the Institute of Health Sciences in Gaborone, Botswana often study.

OU Press publishes book by investigative journalist Andrew Welsh-Huggins
The first in a series of private investigator crime novels written by investigative journalist Andrew Welsh-Huggins has been published by Ohio University Press, and a walking tour of German Village in Columbus on June 1 included several familiar places mentioned throughout the book.

Phillips organizes Institute for Nuclear Theory Workshop; Elster & alum present
Dr. Daniel Phillips, Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Ohio University, organized a five-day workshop at the national Institute for Nuclear Theory on "Few-body Universality in Atomic and Nuclear Physics: Recent Experimental and Theoretical Advances.

Prehistoric jaws: Mapes' fossils put new bite in shark evolution
The skull of a newly discovered 325-million-year-old shark-like species suggests that early cartilaginous and bony fishes have more to tell us about the early evolution of jawed vertebrates—including humans—than do modern sharks, as was previously thought. The new study, led by scientists at the American Museum of Natural History, shows that living sharks are actually quite advanced in evolutionary terms, despite having retained their basic “sharkiness” over millions of years. The research is published in April in the journal Nature.

Section of Court Street to temporarily close June 2-6
South Court Street will be closed between Mulberry Street and President Street from Monday, June 2 through Friday, June 6.

Spring update from Ohio University Press
Ohio University Press wrapped up spring semester having formally celebrated its 50th year as a book publisher. Activities included a mayoral proclamation, public lectures, media stories and interviews, and an open house.

Three patents involving Ohio University chemists published
The World Intellectual Property Organization published three patents involving Ohio University Chemistry & Biochemistry faculty.

Toner awarded 'Knight in the Order of Academic Palms' from France
Dr. Fred Toner, Associate Professor of Modern Languages, received the oldest and most respected award presented to academics by the French government.

Why don't these monkeys grow Up? Anthropology alum asks
Why does the Capuchin monkey need an extended childhood before it's ready to become an adult? Ohio University alum Morgan Chancey '10 is going to Costa Rica to study the monkeys and look for the answer by studying the skills they need as adults.

Jun 3, 2014
AMVETS and Ohio University student researchers celebrate a heartfelt connection over diabetes
The AMVETS organization and Edison Biotechnology Institute recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of a unique collaboration that has propelled Ohio University students into the world of medical research on diabetes-related projects, led by John Kopchick, a longtime faculty member at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Lancaster Campus assistant professor talks "Dirty Harry" at Lancaster Kiwanis
Matt Wanat is an assistant professor of English at Ohio University Lancaster, but he studies Clint Eastwood on the side.  Wanat recently co-authored a chapter in a book called “New Essays on Clint Eastwood.”  He spoke about his research last week at a meeting of the Lancaster Kiwanis Club while showing portions of one of Eastwood’s most famous movies – “Dirty Harry.”

Latest class of Gates Foundation scholars is announced
Scholarship opens doors of opportunity, plus other news from Chillicothe Campus

Muskingum Recreation Center dedication ceremony draws donors, partners together
Genesis HealthCare System, the Muskingum County Community Foundation and the Muskingum Family YMCA partnered with the Ohio University Zanesville Campus to develop the Muskingum Recreation Center.

Jun 4, 2014
Fundraiser for Lancaster Campus Wagner Theatre July 26
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program is thriving.  Theatre Director Victor Jones is keeping students busy with four productions a year on the Wagner Theatre stage.  The Wagner Theatre is also used by many community organizations including the Lancaster Arts and Civic Club, the Lancaster Men’s Chorus, and the Lancaster Festival.  To keep up, the stage which was built in the 1960s, needs to be updated.

Jeff Hill closed June 9 to 23
East Union Street will be closed at the top of Jeff Hill and University Terrace beginning on June 9. The area will remain closed until June 23.

Public meet and greet scheduled with Ridges Master Plan Committee, consultant
The Ridges Master Plan Committee will begin the next phase of their work with a kick off meeting scheduled June 10 with the newly selected architecture and engineering firm Schooley Caldwell Associates (SCA).

Jun 5, 2014
Classified Senate anniversary celebrates rich history and accomplishments [PHOTOS]
More than 250 Ohio University current and former classified employees gathered on June 3 to celebrate Classified Senate's 25th anniversary.

Culinary Services honored with departmental Sustainability Award
Ohio University's Culinary Services was awarded this year's departmental Sustainability Award last month during an Earth Day event hosted by the University's Office of Sustainability.

OHIO’s Center for Intervention Research in Schools hosting camp for area youth
OHIO's Center for Intervention Research in Schools will hold Camp Boost July 21-Aug. 1. This two-week free summer camp is designed to help area first- through seventh-grade students get a jump-start on the school year while providing a fun, social and recreational environment.

Outstanding Alumni Chapter and Societies recognized during leadership conference
The Alumni Leadership Conference Awards kicked off the 2014 “On the Green Weekend” festivities on Thursday, May 29 with the return of alumni chapter and society members to their alma mater, many of whom received awards for outstanding service to Ohio University.

Steam outage to begin June 11
A steam outage on the Athens Campus will begin June 11 and last for eight weeks, affecting the Research and Technology Center, Lasher and Haning Halls, and Baker University Center.

The Ridges’ Kirkbride buildings are steeped in history
Ohio University’s Kirkbride buildings, which house the Kennedy Art Museum and studio space for artists at The Ridges, have been steeped in history ever since it first opened in 1874 as the Athens Lunatic Asylum.

Voice of the Bobcats Russ Eisenstein nominated for Emmy
Russ Eisenstein has also become the face of Bobcat TV. The combination of his work in both areas has earned him another Emmy nomination.

WOUB Public Media, OHIO staff receive regional Emmy nominations
Two WOUB Public Media employees along with staff from three Ohio University departments have been nominated for Emmy awards. The awards ceremony will be held Aug. 2.

Jun 6, 2014
OHIO Associate Vice President of Architecture, Design and Construction steps down
Harry Wyatt, associate vice president of architecture, design, and construction within Ohio University's Facilities, is leaving OHIO to become the associate vice president for facilities management at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. at the end of June.

The Expert View: Alan Silver on trends in casino management
Should the United States gamble on adding more casinos to boost the economy? It's a question that media have been asking faculty member Alan Silver.

Jun 8, 2014
Nominations sought for Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement
The International Education Week Committee at Ohio University is calling on the OHIO community to nominate faculty, staff and alumni for the 2014 Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement.

Student at Eastern Campus finds internship success with local hospital
Derek Deal, a bachelor of science in applied management major at Ohio University Eastern, secured an internship with the Barnesville Hospital and assisted in organizing the Employee Capital Campaign.

Jun 9, 2014
Keep Calm and Green On
More than 425 alumni and friends participated in a variety of events offered by the Ohio University Alumni Association during the University’s inaugural “On the Green Weekend”, May 29 through June 1, 2014.

Trustees executive committee to meet June 14
The Ohio University Board of Trustees executive committee will meet in Columbus on Saturday, June 14.

Jun 10, 2014
OVST to perform the musical 'The King and I' starting June 19
Ohio Valley Summer Theater will perform Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The King and I," June 19-22, 26-29 and July 3, 5-6 , at the Elizabeth Evans Baker Theater in Ohio University's Kantner Hall.

Sick Leave Donation Program begins July 1
Starting July 1, administrators and non-bargaining classified staff can donate and receive extra sick leave.

University mourns former administrator Edward Sudnick
Edward Sudnick, a distinguished alumnus and former administrator at Ohio University, died after a brief illness on May 24.

Jun 11, 2014
Biology student travels Appalachia to examine how climate change impacts amphibians
Hiking through the trails of Appalachia, Ohio University graduate student Vincent Farallo focuses his attention on the ground, under the leaf litter, in search of small, colorful lungless salamanders.

Local residents can purchase compost from OHIO
Home gardeners and landscaping businesses interested in creating a healthy yard full of green, leafy plants, vegetables and colorful flowers have been fertilizing their gardens with compost purchased from the Ohio University Compost Facility located along Dairy Lane.

New GRADS electronic system designed to increase efficiency of graduate student admissions process
New GRADS electronic system designed to increase efficiency of graduate student admissions process

Jun 12, 2014
New Bobcats making memories at BSO (PHOTOS)
Bobcat Student Orientation (BSO) is in full swing at Ohio University, bringing OHIO’s newest Bobcats from near and far to the Athens Campus.

OHIO mourns death of longtime employee Sue Teaford
The Ohio University community mourns the loss of longtime employee Sue Teaford, who died on June 4. Teaford served as the West Green Administrative Coordinator and had been employed by the University since Sept. 15, 1986.

Sense of partnership springs from Ridges consultant meet and greet
The Ridges Master Plan Committee meet and greet session held Tuesday evening to introduce the Ohio University and Athens communities to the newly-selected Ridges Master Plan consulting architectural and engineering firmon opened with a request for ideas and information.

Jun 13, 2014
Air Travel Support Program expands to cover conference trips for faculty, staff
Ohio University has expanded its Air Travel Support Program to include conference trips and other venues where faculty and staff can disseminate research results and creative work.

Dr. Holly Raffle named 2014 "Prevention Champion" by State Mental, Addiction Agency
The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) has named Ohio University faculty member Holly Raffle, Ph.D., its 2014 Prevention Champion of the Year. Dr. Raffle, an assistant professor with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs Institute for Local Government Administration and Rural Development, was honored last week as part of the 25th annual Ohio Prevention and Education Conference (OPEC).<br /> <br />“‘Heart of the community,’ ‘empowerment,’ ‘patient,’ ‘visionary’ and ‘brilliant’ are but a few of the words stakeholders and staff use to describe Dr. Raffle and her work,” said Dr. Tammy Collins, deputy director for prevention and wellness programming at OhioMHAS. Dr. Raffle is very deserving of this award as she shares the value and vision that all Ohioans deserve to live in happy, healthy and safe communities."

Journalism faculty play lead role in statewide public records audit
Several E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty played key roles in a statewide public records audit conducted by the Ohio Coalition for Open Government, the results of which were widely published throughout Ohio.

School of Journalism’s Mary Rogus wins AEJMC’s Bliss Award
Associate Professor Mary Rogus of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has been awarded the 2014 Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education.

Jun 14, 2014
New Bobcats take the first steps in their OHIO journey at BSO
The Bobcat family tree is about to get a little bit fuller, and in anticipation of the Class of 2018’s arrival the Ohio University community has rolled out the welcome mat for this year’s Bobcat Student Orientation.

Jun 16, 2014
4th annual "No Limits Athletics Basketball Camp" set for July 21 - 23 at Lancaster Campus
The 4th Annual No Limits Athletics Basketball Camp will be held July 21 – 23 at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus.  The three-day camp held in the Brasee Hall gym gives participants with and without disabilities the opportunity to learn new basketball skills while learning about each other.

Invisibly visible documents: Can hackers see what you deleted?
Did you know that anyone with image editing software can look at a scanned document with marked-out security information, use a tool to erase the blacking and look at your information?

Ohio University Press hosting Summer Reading Sale
Ohio University Press is having a Summer Reading Sale—all books purchased from the website are 30% off the regular list price if ordered before June 30.

Retirement reception for Joni McCune is June 20
The Ohio University Police Department will host a public retirement reception in honor of Joni McCune from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, June 20 at the Human Resources and Training Center.

Trying to quit? Grant award allows the Voinovich School to try new approach to smoking cessation
With help from researchers at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, the Ohio Department of Health is trying out a new approach to smoking cessation that it hopes will help the estimated 70 percent of smokers who say they want to quit, but don’t know how.<br /><br />In April, a team led by Barry Oches, senior research associate at the Voinovoich School, won a $280,000 grant from ODH to implement the program in four Appalachian counties in southeastern Ohio. Over the next year, the team will train healthcare providers in Lawrence, Scioto, Gallia, and Ross counties to talk with their patients about smoking and connect them with resources that will help them kick the habit.<br /><br />“We’re hoping to tap into that 70 percent who want to quit but feel there’s nothing out there to help them or think they will be mocked by fellow smokers,” Oches said.<br /><br />Specifically, the Smoke-Free Families of Southeast Ohio Project targets women of child-bearing age, between the ages of 18 and 44, in hopes of addressing the harm smoking presents to developing fetuses and to children.<br />

Urban Scholar finds harmony in Athens
A Q&A with Urban Scholar and Columbus native Taijuan Moorman, a sophomore journalism major at OHIO.

Water reduction for Yamada House, Jennings House, Robert Glidden Hall and Putnam Hall
There will be a reduction in water pressure for Jennings House, Yamada International House, Robert Glidden Hall and Putnam Hall starting at 7 a.m. on Friday, June 20 and continuing until Sunday, June 22.

Jun 17, 2014
Christopher France named 2014 Distinguished Professor
President Roderick J. McDavis bestowed the 2014 Distinguished Professor Award on Christopher France, professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences.

June Board of Trustees meeting to be streamed
The June 27 Board of Trustees meeting will be streamed for viewing.

Lancaster Campus theatre students act out crisis situations to help local law enforcement
Students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program helped law enforcement officials in the community prepare for crisis situations.  The students used their acting skills to depict crisis scenarios during Fairfield County’s Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) last week. The training was put on by the Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board (ADAMH).

Mini Farmers Market taking hiatus until fall
In an effort to place an emphasis on the fall market dates, the Mini Farmers Market will take a hiatus for the rest of the summer. The bimonthly sales will resume Friday, Sept. 12.

OHIO awarded 2014 PRSA Silver Anvil Award of Excellence
Ohio University’s office of University Communications and Marketing received a Silver Anvil Award of Excellence from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) June 12. The award recognizes outstanding strategic public relations planning and implementation.

ParkMobile parking changes take effect
Ohio University has soft launched the new meter system on part of the Athens Campus this week, and drivers can pay for parking at some meters with their smart phones using the ParkMobile app. The meters will continue going online next week and should be fully implemented by July 1.

Jun 18, 2014
300 students register for Lancaster Campus Kids in College [SLIDESHOW]
Another year of Kids in College is underway at Ohio University Lancaster and another enrollment record has been set.  Three hundred students are taking classes over the three-week period this summer.  That’s 57 more students than last year.

Check out the University's latest policy changes
The Ohio University administration has updated multiple policies during the past several months. Read about them here.

Climate change in Athens County—been there, anthropologists find
Picture Athens County today. Dense forests and rolling hills. But it hasn’t always looked like this. Climate change and human activity have combined, research suggests, to alter the hills of Southeastern Ohio many times over the past 3,000 years.

Daniel Keyes, Professor and Author of Flowers for Algernon, Dies at 86
Daniel Keyes, Professor of Creative Writing at Ohio University from 1966-90, passed away on June 15. Keyes arrived at Ellis Hall a year after his first novel—Flowers for Algernon—was published.

Five students on research externships in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Five Ohio University undergraduate students are in Cambodia this summer in a student-faculty collaborative “externship” project call “Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia.”

Homage stores show alum's passion for storytelling
"Is that want you want to do with your life?" Sell vintage T-shirts from your parents' basement? It was a great start, actually, for a Spanish major with a passion for storytelling—through clothing.

Physics alum gets Jefferson Science Associates Thesis Prize
A young researcher who worked on software development and data analysis for a major physics experiment conducted at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has received an award for the thesis he wrote about his efforts.

Scripps students covering World Cup from various cities
An exclusive partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation and a separate partnership with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America has 18 E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students interning in Brazil and throughout Europe to cover the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

WOUB, OHIO students recognized by regional National Academy of Television Arts And Sciences
The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has recognized two WOUB productions and a School of Media Arts and Studies production with student production awards.

Jun 19, 2014
Alumna pledges scholarship to Appalachian students
When Peggy Viehweger attended Ohio University in the late 1960s, life was different. With the civil rights movement in full swing, the Vietnam War dominating headlines and the Beatles dominating airwaves, it was a far cry from our world today. But according to Viehweger, there is one thing that hasn’t changed—the struggle for students to afford to go to college.

Chillicothe Campus exhibit features work by Kathryn Gough
Art exhibit, orientations and other news from the Chillicothe Campus

Elizabeth Sayrs appointed as dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit has announced that Ohio University Associate Professor of Music Theory Elizabeth Sayrs has been appointed to the position of dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.

Feature film to spotlight issue of sex trafficking
Using locations in Athens County and West Virginia, filmmaker Pearl Gluck will begin shooting a drama about sex trafficking in early July. The film is based on her extensive research on the problem.

Graduate student email upgrade starts June 23: What you need to know
This summer's email upgrade will bring 50 GB quotas and an improved web experience, but it also will bring a few temporary limitations to graduate student calendars, shared calendars and shared mailboxes.

Nick Kellogg suits up for Cavaliers and Pacers
Former Ohio University guard Nick Kellogg has been selected to participate in pre-NBA Draft workouts with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers.

OUAA takes “A Night in Athens” event to the Big Apple
The Ohio University Alumni Association welcomed more than 400 alumni and friends living in the Big Apple to “A Night in Athens…in New York!” a themed event that recreated the feel of Athens’-original sights, sounds and tastes.

Southern Ohio Copperheads season underway
The Southern Ohio Copperheads recently kicked off their two-month, 40-game baseball season at Ohio University Bob Wren Stadium as part of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League.

Jun 20, 2014
Campus Involvement Center awarded grant to assist students in recovery
The Ohio University Campus Involvement Center has been awarded $2,500 grant to assist students in recovery from substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors.

Food boxes powered by OHIO volunteers
Linda Klinebriel of Nelsonville was blessed with three children and a good job at Goodyear Tire & Rubber in Logan until closure of the plant in 1999 sent she and hundreds others scrambling to find work.

Kids on Campus starts June 23
The 19th annual Kids on Campus starts Monday, June 23 and school-age children will crisscross campus for six weeks participating in fun learning activities with experienced instructors.

Retirement reception for Barb Kreutzer is June 25
A public retirement reception in honor of Barbara Kreutzer will be held from 3 to 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 25 in Human Resources and Training Center 141.

Jun 23, 2014
Compensation 2014 Project moves into fourth phase of project
As the Compensation 2014 Project moves into the fourth phases of the initiative, the project team continues to make progress towards implementation and meeting project objectives by the Dec. 1 deadline.

Covered bridge Ohio Historical Marker dedication on Lancaster Campus set for July 11 [SLIDESHOW]
A dedication ceremony will be held July 11 for a new Ohio Historical Marker for the John Bright Number 2 Covered Bridge on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus.

Ohio food insecurity by county
Ohio food insecurity by county

Population by county at or below 200 percent of federal poverty level
Population by county at or below 200 percent of federal poverty level

University reminds faculty, staff to submit leave paperwork by June 30
As the end of the fiscal year approaches, University faculty and staff are reminded to submit all paperwork for leave time used during the year to payroll by June 30.

Jun 24, 2014
Lancaster Campus theatre preparing for Lancaster Festival Premiere of Cinderella
The cast and crew of Ohio University Lancaster Theatre’s production of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” are hard at work getting ready for the Lancaster Festival debut on July 20.

OUAA welcomes five new Board members
OUAA welcomes five new Board members

Ohio University launches new translational biomedical sciences doctoral program
Portion of $2 million Kopchick gift will support affiliated students, faculty

Jun 25, 2014
Eastern Campus now offering bachelor of arts in human biology
Ohio University Eastern has added the bachelor of arts in human biology degree to its growing list of Ohio University bachelor’s degrees.

Employee appreciation event July 2
Ohio University will be providing lemonade and watermelon prior to the July 2 Concert Under the Elms event.

OHIO implementing online sexual assault prevention program for incoming students
Ohio University is introducing and implementing Not Anymore, an interactive online program designed to prevent sexual assault and other interpersonal violence on campus, for first-year students.

Political scientist explores the role of fear, hatred, and anxiety in international conflicts
Andrew Ross is the author of a recent book that explores the complex ways emotion impacts the political process in areas such as public responses to terrorism, ethnic conflict and nationalism, and international justice.

Jun 26, 2014
College remembers Tomoyasu Tanaka, physics professor and founder of Chubu exchange
Tomoyasu Tanaka, 94, emeritus professor of physics at Ohio University, passed away in May in his native Japan.

Energy infrastructure plan approved by Board of Trustees
The Ohio University Board of Trustees Friday approved a request that allows the University’s leadership to move forward in implementing an Energy Infrastructure Projects Initiative meant to phase in energy upgrades to the Athens Campus over the next two to three years.

OHIO professor emerita tells mother’s story of helping girl escape from Nazi Germany
Fifteen high school teachers from across Ohio visited the Athens campus last week for a three-day seminar sponsored by the Charles J. Ping Institute for the Teaching of the Humanities.

ParkMobile parking changes take effect
Ohio University has soft launched the new meter system on part of the Athens Campus this week, and drivers can pay for parking at some meters with their smart phones using the ParkMobile app. The meters will continue going online next week and should be fully implemented by July 1.

University Trustee gives back to OHIO by supporting the arts and students
Ohio University Board of Trustees member Cary Cooper recently arranged to bestow a unique gift upon the university that will help future students fund their academic careers.

Jun 27, 2014
Board honors President McDavis’ 10 years of OHIO service [VIDEO]
In honor of President Roderick J. McDavis’ 10-year anniversary at Ohio University, the OHIO Board of Trustees surprised McDavis with a video tribute during Friday’s trustees meeting at Ohio University Eastern. The video, produced by University Communications and Marketing, was commissioned by board members.

OHIO Board of Trustees approves FY 2015 budget, reviews strategic plans
The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved the institution’s fiscal year 2015 budget and looked to the future with overviews of long-term planning initiatives at meetings on the Eastern Campus.