|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.
|CHSP’s Grover Lecturer charts Ohio’s health by the numbers|
The HPIO Health Value Dashboard was the topic of CHSP's recent Grover Lecture. The dashboard shows that Ohio ranks No. 47 out of 50 states for health care value.
|Lancaster Campus marks Earth Day with Friends of the Library presentation|
Celebrate Earth Day at OUL by hearing Lancaster Campus Associate Professor of Biology Joe Faber talk about his research during a Friends of the Library presentation. Faber is going to give a talk called “Ghosts of Rivers Past: Extinct Rivers and the Conservation of North American Fishes” on April 23 at 7 p.m.
|New Scripps Howard Foundation CEO Liz Carter visits campus|
Liz Carter, who began her tenure as president and CEO of the Scripps Howard Foundation April 1, visited campus to meet with Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth, students, and school directors on April 7, 2015.
|Race for a Reason's Fitness Fest concert is April 25|
Fitness Fest, which includes a post-race awards ceremony, food, recognition of major fund raisers, and a free concert, will take place on Saturday, April 25.
|Steam outage May 13-21 will affect Athens campus|
A steam outage scheduled for May 13-21 will affect domestic hot water, heat and some cooling services in all buildings that utilize steam systems on the Athens Campus.
|Woman makes 127th blood donation during Lancaster Campus blood drive|
Lancaster resident Joyce Guenther made her 127th donation of blood at Ohio University Lancaster on Wednesday. That means Guenther has donated more than 15 gallons of blood to the American Red Cross since 1975.
|Challenged by Choice and Disabilities Speak events are Thursday|
For the sixth year, the Athens City Commission on Disabilities will sponsor “Challenged by
Choice” and “Disabilities Speak” on Thursday, April 16. The events bring awareness to the obstacles people living with disabilities face on a daily basis.
|Food Justice: A week of lived experience|
Students in a new Food Justice course spent spring break learning firsthand that it's not just the distance food travels to the plate—sometimes it never makes it to the plate.
|Lancaster Campus awards receptions honors accomplishments of students, faculty and staff [VIDEO]|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington held its first awards recognition reception on Friday, April 10. Students, faculty and staff were honored for their accomplishments throughout the year.
|Transportation and Parking Services to host first annual Roadshow|
Ohio University faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the first annual Transportation and Parking Services Roadshow on Wednesday, April 15.
|Troops, Turmoil and Teargas, Ohio University 1968-70 opens April 16|
The Athens County Historical Society and Museum presents "The Sky Has Fallen: Troops, Turmoil and Teargas, Ohio University 1968-1970."
|Vice President for Finance and Administration announces he will not ask Boards to purchase 31 Coventry Lane|
OHIO Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding made the announcement April 13.
|Annual OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital Race for a Reason is April 25|
The Ohio University Center for Sports Administration and Athletes in Action would like to announce that the fourth annual OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital Race for a Reason, Saturday, April 25, in Peden Stadium.
|Cutler Scholars Program moving to the Honors Tutorial College|
While Ohio University’s Cutler Scholarship Program will remain physically in Trisolini House, it will move administratively to the Honors Tutorial College in July.
|International Week 2015 to celebrate OHIO’s global family|
Ohio University's International Week kicks off Sunday, April 12, and runs through Sunday, April 19, with globally focused events and activities planned throughout the Athens Campus and in the city of Athens.
|Lancaster Men's Chorus donates to Lancaster Campus Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign|
More than 40 years ago, the Lancaster Men’s Chorus started performing its annual “Ham & Eggs Show” on the Wagner Theatre stage. Now, The Chorus is giving back to the venue that has supported them for nearly four decades. The Lancaster Men’s Chorus recently donated $1,000 from its general fund to the Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign.
|Larry Gates to speak at OU-C graduation event|
Plans continue for graduation, Casey Oates living the college dream, theater fest scheduled and more news from the state's first regional campus
|Zanesville Campus’ Green Bobcats hosting community recycle day|
Ohio University Zanesville’s environmental club, Green Bobcats, will be hosting a community recycling day on April 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.