|Fire safety quiz and Asian stink bugs in Campus Connection fall issue|
Learn more about fire safety, Asian stink bugs, Workers' Compensation and research lab hazards in the fall issue of Campus Connection.
|Kennedy Assassination Drop-in: watch, discuss, remember, Nov. 22|
The History Department invites the campus community to experience Nov. 22, 1963, as it happened. Watch the actual CBS News coverage through streaming video. This Drop-In Event on the Kennedy Assassination is Friday, Nov. 22, from 1:15 to 5 p.m. in Bentley Annex 402.
|OHIO employees, students volunteer their time, talents at local children’s museum|
Crucial to the Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery’s mission are the volunteers who help staff the museum and enhance its exhibits, including several members of the Ohio University community.
|Renowned national educator to speak on Lancaster Campus November 21|
An internationally renowned educator, author and keynote speaker will talk to education majors and area educators at OUL on Thursday, November 21. Jim Grant is regarded by fellow educators as one of America's most passionate advocates for children. A teaching principal for almost twenty years, he founded Staff Development for Educators(SDE, Inc.), with the goal of creating classrooms that enhance success for all students. He is currently the Executive Director of SDE.
|A portion of South Green Drive down to one lane Nov. 25 through Dec. 6|
South Green Drive will be restricted to one lane while mechanical/electrical work is completed on the Walter Fieldhouse. This work will take place from Monday, November 25th through Friday, December 6th. Flaggers will direct east bound and west bound traffic during the construction.
|Lancaster Campus students continue study of international issues after “International Week” ends|
During "International Week 2013," students at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington heard from speakers about the Muslim religion and the cultural experiences of veterans who served during foreign conflicts. But, OUL History Professor Andrew McGreevy says the study of international issues continues on campus long after International Week is over -- in the classroom.
|OIT hosts Box cloud storage demo, Nov 20|
s a member of Internet2, OHIO is eligible for a discounted Box site license. If implemented, faculty, staff and students would receive 50 GB of Box storage at no charge.
|The Bobcat Store's "Top Ten" Holiday Gifts in Action|
From ornaments, apparel and jewelry, to cornhole sets, drinkware and OHIO accessories, The Bobcat Store offers a wide variety of gifts for all your holiday needs.
|Equality and Public Policy Conference Open to Campus|
The George Washington Forum presents a conference--open to the campus community--on Equality and Public Policy Nov. 14–16. The conference brings together leading scholars to consider equality as a social and political ideal guiding public policy.
|Event honors OHIO’s 18th president, celebrates newly released book [PHOTO ESSAY]|
Ohio University Libraries honored Dr. Charles Ping in an invitation-only ceremony Nov. 7 to celebrate the release of a book based on the transcripts of Ping’s conversations with Dr. Samuel Crowl.
|Geology Student Wins GSA Award for Limestone Research|
Audrey Blakeman, a graduate student in the M.S. in Geological Sciences program, won the Kerry Kelts Research Award at the Geological Society of America’s 125th Anniversary Annual Meeting & Exposition Oct. 27–30 in Denver.
|Legacy of Milton Holland remembered with historical marker dedication|
On Veterans Day, a historical marker was dedicated at the Athens County Fairgrounds in honor of former slave and Civil War infantryman Milton Holland.
|Majors Fair at Ohio University Lancaster November 19 and 20|
Tis the time of year for shopping, and students have a chance to do a little shopping at Ohio University Lancaster – shopping for a major. The Ohio University Lancaster Majors Fair will be held November 19 and 20 on the first floor of Brasee Hall in the hallway in front of The Zone.
|Nov. 21 is Customer Appreciation Day at Bobcat Essentials|
Bobcat Essentials, Ohio University’s flagship store for campus apparel, textbooks and gifts, will be hosting a customer appreciation day on Thursday, Nov. 21.
|OUAA offers Finals Week Survival Bags through The Bobcat Store|
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) is partnering with the Student Alumni Board to sell Finals Week Survival Bags on the online Bobcat Store. Finals Week Survival Bags can be purchased for $15 and include several late night study essentials, such as: an OHIO coffee mug, a Court Street Coffee voucher, snack items and Bobcat water.
|Reaffirmation of accreditation process underway for University|
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of many Ohio University employees, the University is on the path toward achieving Reaffirmation of Accreditation status from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
|Rochdale: The Runaway College in the Age of Aquarius|
At Rochdale College in Toronto, the students were in charge. It survived for only seven years, but it ended as a controversial symbol of the flower-child Sixties. Rochdale: The Runaway College is a social history by David G. Sharpe, Assistant Professor in the Department of English.
|Scanlan: Food Labeling and Transparency in Ireland and the EU|
Suitable for vegetarians. Oh, how I love to hear, or rather see, these words. The words symbolize greater transparency in food labeling practices in Ireland and the European Union than in the United States. I have been able to explore this issue in connection with the sustainability research I am conducting as a Fulbright Scholar.