|Evan Shaw wins another Emmy for Athletics|
Evan Shaw, Ohio director of multimedia marketing, has been awarded an Emmy by the Ohio Valley Region of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Outstanding Sports Editing. This award is Shaw's fourth Emmy and his third at Ohio.
|Men's Basketball to host alumni reunion|
The Ohio men's basketball program is inviting former players and managers back to campus for a reunion on Sept. 10.
|NPR's Mountain Stage tickets on sale|
National Public Radio's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce returns to Ohio University at 7 p.m Sunday, Oct. 9. Mountain Stage with Larry Groce is a two-hour live performance radio show.
|OHIO responds to Princeton Review's party school ranking|
On Monday, Ohio University President Roderick J. MCDavis sent an email to all faculty and staff responding to the Princeton Review's party school rankings.
|O’Bleness Memorial Hospital/OU-HCOM partnership expands fellowship|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) and O’Bleness Memorial Hospital in Athens are pleased to announce a new partnership in a fellowship program that will train primary care physicians to meet the growing diabetes epidemic in Ohio.
|Popular MDIA course, professor, facilities allow students to produce music locally|
Students in the School of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University are reaping the benefits of having a successful music producer as a professor and a state-of-the-art studio at their disposal. These resources are essential elements to a popular course that has fostered the recording of numerous records in the past eight years.
|University mourns former associate director of residence services|
Pamela (Cork) Drake, former associate director of residence services at Ohio University, died on July 17, after an extended illness.
|WOUB and OHIO staff win Emmy awards|
WOUB and OHIO staff received several Emmy awards at the annual ceremony held by the Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) on Saturday, July 21 in Louisville, Ky.
|African University College of Communications joins Ohio University in international agreement|
President and founder of the African University College of Communications (AUCC), Kojo Yankah, visited Ohio University to sign a Memorandum of Understanding connecting the two universities in an international agreement.
|Bobcat TV Announces "Relentless: An Inside Look at Ohio Football" premieres Wednesday|
Bobcat TV will present "Relentless: An Inside Look at Ohio Football". It is a reality sports documentary television series following Ohio Football through training camp.
|City of Athens provides construction update|
Construction of the Mill Street Sanitary Sewer Improvements Project will continue through this week within the Palmer Street to Kurtz Street Section of Mill Street.
|Free class at OHIO's Zanesville campus helps Mary Kappes achieve her dream|
Mary Kappes, a 2011 nursing graduate, is one of more than 1,000 people who have registered for classes during Ohio University Zanesville's "Back to School" promotion to get back on track with her career.
|Lancaster campus hosts college information night for nontraditional students|
Adults thinking of heading back to the classroom will have an opportunity to learn more about local options during a "So, You Want to Go to College" information session at Ohio University Lancaster, Thursday, Aug. 18, at 6 p.m. in room 414.
|Women's Golf team tops Division I in GPA|
The Ohio University women's golf team has been recognized as one of the top academic programs in the nation, leading all Division I schools with a 3.83 cumulative grade point average.
|Parker Hannifin creates student lab in honor of alumnus|
Parker Hannifin Corporation, the international motion and control company, has made a gift of more than $180,000 to the Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College at Ohio University in honor of 1973 alumnus Jack Myslenski.
|Residence hall move-in begins Sept. 1|
Residence hall move-in begins Thursday, Sept. 1 at 9 a.m. for first-year students and will continue through the weekend, with residence halls officially opening for all other students on Sept. 3.
|Student Enhancement Awards provide $107,000 for research, creative projects|
Twenty-one Ohio University students received more than $107,000 in funding from Ohio University’s Student Enhancement Awards program in June. The program offers grants of up to $6,000 for research, scholarship and creative projects by undergraduate, graduate or medical students.