|Lancaster Campus library director signs book contract|
Ohio University Lancaster Library Director Judy Carey Nevin’s name is currently only displayed on the wall outside her office in the Hannah V. McCauley Library. However, in the future, her name will also be found on the library shelves. It was recently announced that Carey Nevin has a book deal.
|Girls use their WITS at Lancaster Campus|
It only took one day for Associate Professor of Computer Science Technology Christine Wolfe to learn that her class during the “Women in Technology and Science” program had changed the future for one young lady. Wolfe got an email from a student saying Wolfe’s session helped her realize that she wanted to go into web design when she got older.
|97-year-old dons cap and gown at OUE Honors Convocation|
Age is just a number for Kathryn Snead, a 97-year-old woman who participated in Ohio University Eastern’s Honors Convocation ceremony recently.
|Women in Technology and Science returns to Lancaster Campus tomorrow|
According to 2015 data put together by the Uneseco Institute for Statistics, just 30% of the world’s researchers are women. A growing number of women are pursuing higher education, but many opt out at the highest levels required for a research career. The data points to a need to encourage girls to study science, technology, engineering and math at a young age. Girls in our region will get that encouragement at Ohio University Lancaster on Thursday, May 7, during “Women in Technology and Science” or WITS.
|Meet Buddy, the therapy dog|
Meet Buddy, the emotional support dog from Ohio University Counseling and Psychological Services at Hudson Health Center. Buddy and his handler, Rinda Gould, work together to assist students in need of support.