|OU-HCOM researcher receives federal grant to study the history of c-sections|
Jacqueline Wolf, Ph. D., professor of the history of medicine at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM), received a $150,000, three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund research for her next book project, “A Social History of Cesarean Section in the United States.”
|Ohio University Press book receives rave review|
Photographer Ian Adams' book, "A Photographer's Guide to Ohio," was reviewed by Plain Dealer Arts and Life writer Julie Washington, who in the article expressed her fascination with Adams' "fantastic images."
|Pay to park and employee opt-out option update|
On Friday, Director of Transportation and Parking Martin Paulins sent an email to all Ohio University faculty and staff regarding pay to park and the employee opt-out option.
|eLearning at OHIO: The changing nature of education|
Nationwide, more than 25 percent of higher education students take at least one online course. But nearly all students are gaining experience with blogs, video and wikis, just to name a few, as educators embrace technology in even the most traditional of classrooms.
|Emerita professor awarded Royal Norwegian Order of Merit|
Sylvia Reynolds Eckes, professor emerita of piano at Ohio University, was recently appointed Officer, Knight First Class, of the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit by Jostein Mykletun, consul general of Norway.
|Historian uncovers how the Polish Catholic church helped sow the seeds of Solidarity|
David Curp, an associate professor of history at Ohio University, is using both archival sources and oral histories to chronicle the roles and influence of religious culture in Poland over the last 40 years.
|Ocean themed literacy program offered at Zanesville campus|
Ohio University Zanesville Early and Middle Childhood Education majors invite area children to prepare to head back to school as they explore the habitat of oceans through children’s literature in a two-part program Commotion in the Ocean.
|Ohio Today magazine announces eco-friendly redesign|
Ohio Today alumni magazine's first-ever redesign places greater emphasis on sustainability, alumni-submitted content, and photography and artwork created by
OHIO students, faculty and alumni.
|Risk Management and Safety to move offices|
Within the next two or three months, Risk Management and Safety will relocate to the Facilities and Auxiliaries Management Building at 1 Riverside Drive, in the east wing where Culinary Services is now located.
|OHIO sees high-risk drinking decrease|
Ohio University saw a 3 percent reduction in high-risk, or binge, drinking, according to the University's biannual Alcohol and Other Drug Survey (AOD), released June 8. This marks the second consecutive reduction in high-risk drinking rates.
|University participating in Obama's Interfaith Challenge|
The entire community is invited to join the Ohio University Office for Diversity, Access and Equity and other OHIO offices, departments and student groups, United Campus Ministry (UCM): Center for Spiritual Growth and Social Justice, and other local organizations in the inaugural President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.
|Call for Go Green Guide volunteers|
Are you looking for a fun activity on the Thursday and Friday of fall opening? Need to get away from the desk for a few hours of outdoor adventure? Are you interested in meeting new students and providing oversight support to student move in helpers? If so, OHIO needs you to become a GO Green Guide!
|OHIO civil engineers test safety of box beam bridges|
About 17 percent of bridges in the state of Ohio are box beam bridges—concrete structures with steel reinforcement embedded inside. They’re commonly used on county roads around Athens, Ohio, says Eric Steinberg, an Ohio University associate professor of civil engineering.