|Beyond Words: The pioneering research of alumna Maria Ivanova will offer new tools in the fight against aphasia in her homeland|
New tests developed by Maria Ivanova may help shed light on aphasia — and lead to more promising future treatments.
|College of Business alumnus Drake Bolon calls the shots and gives back|
On the basketball court at Ohio University's iconic Convocation Center, Drake Bolon, clipboard in hand, is the energetic force making sure everything runs smoothly during athletic events.
|College of Fine Arts graduate establishes fund to support student chorale groups|
Cita Strauss, a 1977 graduate of the College of Fine Arts’ School of Dance, put her passion to work by establishing the Betty Moran Chorale Music Fund.
|December Alumni Association Newsletter now available|
The December issue of the Ohio University Alumni Association’s newsletter, "OHIO Alumni," is now available to view online.
|Nursing students’ playful video captures second place in national contest|
A spirited video dreamed up by Ohio University nursing students has captured second place among 20 schools nationwide in the National Pink Glove Dance Video Competition.
|Three weeks and $26K to go in United Appeal fundraising campaign|
With three weeks remaining in Ohio University's United Appeal fundraising campaign, University faculty and staff still need to raise $26,708 to meet the campaign's annual fundraising goal of $50,000.
|United Appeal 2012 Pledge Form|
United Appeal 2012 Pledge Form
|AFSCME negotiations with University to start|
The university will soon enter into negotiations with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Ohio Council 8, Local 1699, for a new contract. The current Collective Bargaining Agreement expires March 1.
|Nominations for annual Leadership Awards Gala due Jan. 21|
The deadline to nominate students for the 30th Anniversary of the Ohio University Leadership Awards Gala is Monday, Jan. 21 unless otherwise noted.
|OU-HCOM approved to move forward on its Central Ohio Extension Campus|
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) announced today that it has received approval from the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA), the accrediting agency for osteopathic medical schools, to begin recruiting students for its Central Ohio Extension Campus in Dublin, Ohio. The charter class of 50 medical students will begin classes in July 2014.
|Patton College senior receives National Retail Federation scholarship|
Senior Kate Cronin, a senior retail merchandising and fashion product development major, recently won the prestigious Ray M. Greenly Scholarship, recognizing her as a future retail industry leader.
|Russ College bioinformatics course gives students chance to study rare disease|
This semester, students taking a bioinformatics course at Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology had the opportunity to take part in a project that could change the lives of a local Athens family.
|Glidden Visiting Professor bids students to develop self, country, continent through education|
For Kenyan native Ernest Waititu, opportunity comes with responsibility.
|New book highlights partnerships between Ohio University and the Appalachian region|
University Communications and Marketing have teamed up with Ohio University Press to publish "Appalachia Rising: Stories of Hope and Achievement from Ohio's Appalachian Hills and Valleys," due out in February 2013.
|President encourages community support through United Appeal|
This holiday season is a time for helping others in Athens County who need extra assistance and support, not only now, but throughout the year.
|Take a look at winter holiday celebrations on campus|
With the switch from quarters to semesters, students are on campus well into December for the first time in many years. Take a look at how Ohio University is celebrating the winter holidays in 2012.
|Visiting Indonesian librarians value the Libraries’ special collections|
On Nov. 25, 2012, two librarians from Sriwijaya University in Indonesia arrived in Ohio to begin their 12-day exploration of Ohio universities.
|Voinovich web archive open for scholarly use|
On Nov. 15, an Ohio-based trio collaboratively launched the web archive of The Voinovich Collections, the first phase of materials from Senator George V. Voinovich’s senatorial and gubernatorial collections. Ohio University Libraries is home to these two collections.
|Counseling and Psychological Services relocates to Cady Hall Dec. 17|
Ohio University Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is relocating to Cady Hall during the renovation of the third floor of Hudson Hall, which begins Dec. 17.
|Lancaster students conduct communications research at Comic Con|
When Ohio University Lancaster students Sara Galbraith and Katie Sheck thought of Comic Con, they thought of it as a great opportunity to conduct research on people who are passionate about comic books.
|TechGROWTH Ohio wins new investment fund, grows to a $30 million program|
Ohio University today announced that its Third Frontier initiative, TechGROWTH Ohio, was awarded new investment capital funding in a competitive state-wide process.
|United Appeal spotlight: Athens CASA/GAL gives voice to neglected children in the court system|
As one of 19 partner organizations benefiting from OHIO's United Appeal campaign, Athens CASA/GAL advocates for abused or neglected children in the courts.
|University’s ambitious fundraising campaign is a Promise — to students, faculty and alumni|
To power its vision, Ohio University has embarked on The Promise Lives Campaign, an ambitious $450 million fundraising effort.
|Voinovich School faculty presents workshop at international EcoSummit|
Ohio University Voinovich School staff and faculty recently gathered with external partners to present an interactive workshop at the 4th International EcoSummit. The weeklong summit draws leading scientists, researchers, and policymakers.