|Athletics lends a hand in canned food drive|
Ohio Athletics lent a significant hand in the recent campus-wide Canned Food Drive hosted by the Exercise Physiology Club. Bobcat teams made a big impact on the charity drive, donating 31 percent of the overall total.
|CommonSpot upgrade begins Monday|
The upgrade from CommonSpot V5.1 to CommonSpot V6.2 is scheduled to begin at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Dec. 12, and to conclude Tuesday afternoon.
|Football team to play in Potato Bowl Dec. 17|
The Bobcats will play in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Dec. 17 in Boise, Idaho. The Bobcats will take on Utah State on ESPN, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
|Research funding opportunities available Winter Quarter|
Research funding opportunities available Winter Quarter
|Southern campus alumnus lands first Emmy|
Ohio University alumnus Ernie Hall received his first Emmy this year for his work as a photojournalist with Action News in Jacksonville, Fla., on the local CBS/Fox affiliate station.
|University receives $1.4 million for microscope that will advance energy, electronics research|
Ohio University has received $1.4 million in federal and state funding to purchase a transmission electron microscope that will allow scientists and engineers to study new materials that could have applications in energy, alternative fuels, superconductors and environmental remediation.
|Yayasan Sime Darby contributes $750,000 to Tun Razak Chair|
On Dec. 8, Ohio University received a $750,000 (RM2.34 million) contribution from Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD) to support the Tun Abdul Razak Chair in Southeast Asian Studies.
|Bobcats win bowl game with last second touchdown|
Ohio Football won the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Saturday, 24-23, over Utah State.
|Bobcats win first bowl game with late score|
Ohio Football scored a touchdown in the final 13 seconds to win the first bowl game in program history at the 2011 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
|Eighteen Scripps students currently studying in Zambia|
While other students are resting their turkey-laden stomachs and spending winter break working, taking classes or relaxing, 18 students from three schools in the Scripps College of Communication have been immersed in studies in Zambia in southern Africa as part of the “Zambia: Media, Society and Governance” study-abroad trip currently under way.
|Environmental Studies wins Gingerbread House Decorating Contest|
For the third year in a row, Environmental Studies swept the frosting at Ohio University's fifth annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest.
|Frank named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences|
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit announced the appointment of Robert Frank as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences effective Aug. 1.
|Full house for RCM Day of Learning|
On Friday, Dec. 9, approximately 100 members of the Ohio University community joined for the RCM Day of Learning in the Walter Hall Rotunda.
|MDIA student earns recognition a third time for game design|
Michael Stephens, a sophomore majoring in Digital Media at Ohio University, won 2nd place in the Game Career Guide “Location, Location, Location” Design Contest in mid-November, marking the third time during Fall Quarter he placed in the challenge series, a record for any student at Ohio University.
|New research vice president indicates exciting changes on horizon|
Ohio University's new vice president of research and creative activity and dean of the graduate college said research is a defining characteristic of the University.
|OUE's Kristina Velkovich recognized by Board of Regents|
The state of Ohio’s Board of Regents recently recognized Ohio University Eastern student Kristina Velkovich by naming her as a state student ambassador.
|Office of Sustainability offers program funding|
The Office of Sustainability is offering an opportunity for the campus community to host sustainability programming during the month of April 2012. Students, faculty, and staff can apply for grants up to $500 to run a program that furthers the goals of the Sustainability Plan and educates the campus on this year’s theme: Energy.
|Ohio University mourns the loss of distinguished alumnus Howard Nolan|
Ohio University alumnus Howard Eugene Nolan passed away on Dec. 3.
|Scientists launch international experiment that could test standard model of physics theory|
Physicist Julie Roche is part of a team of 150 scientists now embarking on a study that could either strengthen evidence for the Standard Model or reinforce the notion that there's a whole world beyond it – a concept they call "new physics."<br />