|Constitution Day speaker lectures on sexual violence and law|
The OHIO Center for Law, Justice & Culture recently hosted Marc Spindelman, the Isadore and Ida Topper Professor of Law at Ohio State University, for a public lecture in recognition of Constitution Day.
|Lancaster Campus Imagine Your Possibilities Series: Lancaster Economic Development Director R. Michael Pettit|
R. Michael Pettit took the road less traveled when he graduated from Sheridan High School in Somerset in 1974. He didn’t go straight to college, he signed up for the U.S. Marine Corps. After his service, Pettit got married, started a family and then started taking classes at Ohio University Lancaster. It’s funny how life works sometimes because Pettit’s trip down the road less traveled led him to a career where a road was named after him.
|Last chance to help shape the CUE|
All members of the University community are invited to complete a survey and share their opinions on which vendor should be used for the OHIO Calendar of University Events upgrade.
|Latest campus crime statistics available online|
The annual security compliance document is available on the Ohio University Police Department website.
|Passport to The OHIO Guarantee event to be held Oct. 7|
The second event in a three-date offering to help educate the Ohio University community about the new tuition and fee structure, The OHIO Guarantee, will be held Tuesday, Oct. 7 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Walter Hall rotunda. The event is open to all members of the University community – faculty, staff and students.
|LGBT Center schedules a full slate of events this fall|
Ohio University's center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender has a schedule full of speakers, parties and informal discussion panels to allow students and faculty to get involved this semester.
|Lancaster Campus hosts college fair this week|
It feels like school just started, but it’s already time for high school students to start thinking about the next step. The Lancaster City/Fairfield County College Fair will be held September 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Brasee Hall Gym at OUL.
|Lancaster Campus student lounge undergoing renovation|
Students may notice a few changes going on in The Zone this week. The changes mark the beginning of a renovation project to offer more dining options to our students.
|Mary Beth Tinker, student free-speech advocate, to visit Athens|
Mary Beth Tinker, one of the plaintiffs in the precedential lawsuit Tinker v. Des Moines, will speak about the lawsuit that established free-speech rights for students in schools on Sept. 25.
|NASA leader imparts leadership advice to Russ College students|
NASA’s John Connolly spoke to a group of engineering and technology students Thursday about the obstacles engineers must face to see their ideas become reality.
|Ridges Advisory Committee meeting, public forum scheduled for Oct. 1|
Two separate events scheduled for Oct. 1 will each focus on future uses of the buildings and land located at The Ridges at Ohio University.
|Women's Center seeks to educate and empower women through fall programs|
The Ohio University Women's Center offers females on campus and in the community diverse programming each week to address specific needs and concerns. Their international women's coffee hours and brown bag lunch and learns allow women the opportunity for campus involvement.
|Writers Harvest to benefit Ohio Food Banks|
Ohio University's Creative Writing Program will present Writers Harvest, a benefit for hunger relief, on Tuesday, Sept. 23.
|Branding OHIO this fall|
All of the marketing efforts initiated and supported by UCM are meant to create first and lasting impressions of the brand to a wide array of stakeholders.
|Frontiers of Science to host philosopher Arthur Fine on Sept. 22|
Ohio University's Frontiers of Science series will host Arthur Fine, a philosopher of science who specializes in Albert Einstein, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22.
|Heritage College dean named to chair national accreditation commission|
Several physicians and educators connected to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine haven been named to leadership positions within the American Osteopathic Association.
|Heritage College leads the way in teaching primary care|
Last year, the Heritage College launched its “Introduction to Primary Care” course for first-year students, and college researchers have completed a soon-to-be-published study on its impact.
|How to opt-in for text messages [VIDEO]|
In a few short steps, you can opt-in to receive text notifications from the Ohio University Libraries. If you decide that you no longer want them, you can opt-out at any time.
|Interfaith Peace Walk celebrates similarities instead of differences|
The Better Together organization within United Campus Ministries at Ohio University hosted its fourth annual Interfaith Peace Walk on Thursday, Sept. 11 in an effort to spread the message of peace among all faiths.
|Libraries’ bicentennial book wins international award|
University Libraries’ book, “200 Years of Shared Discovery: The Bicentennial of Ohio University Libraries,” was recently named a silver award winner in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education's 2014 Circle of Excellence Awards Program In-house Print Publication category.
|Red foxes finding homes in Bobcat Nation|
Since the beginning of the year, three female red foxes and their kits have been spotted on and around the Athens Campus.
|Study Abroad Info Sessions September 18 on Lancaster Campus|
Students at Ohio University Lancaster are getting the opportunity to learn about how to make their dreams of studying abroad a reality. Education Abroad and Competitive Awards Info Sessions are being held throughout the day on Thursday, September 18 in Brasee Hall on the Lancaster Campus. The sessions are sponsored by Ohio University’s Office of Nationally Competitive Awards, Office of Education Abroad, Global Health Initiatives, and Information and Educational Technology. Representatives from the Athens Campus will be on hand to answer questions.