|Athens community invited to RecycleMania Community Day at Athens County Fairgrounds March 28|
Community members in Athens and the surrounding area will have the opportunity to bring recyclable items and donations to the RecycleMania Community Recycling Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 28, at the Athens County Fairgrounds.
|Baker Peace Conference to look at Vietnam War 50 years later|
The Ohio University Contemporary History Institute will sponsor the annual Baker Peace Conference on Thursday, March 26, and Friday, March 27. The theme is, "The Vietnam War: A Fifty-Year Retrospective."
|Lancaster Campus Celebrate Women Speaker Naomi Tutu inspires others to make a difference|
Race and Gender Activist Naomi Tutu challenged about 350 women in the Ohio University Lancaster Wagner Theatre to make a difference in the world. Tutu, the daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nomalizo Leah Tutu, was the keynote speaker at Ohio University Lancaster’s 9th Annual Celebrate Women conference. Tutu drew on her experience of growing up black and female in apartheid South Africa and told stories of everyday women who did something to make a difference.
|Mar. 28 network maintenance will affect Blackboard, VoIP & other major online services|
Most online services including Internet, Blackboard & VoIP phones will be unavailable for up to an hour between 2am & 4am on Mar 28.
|Arizona Republic wins 2015 Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting|
The award, which honors the best work in the news industry and journalism education, is co-sponsored by Ohio University's Scripps College of Communication and the Scripps Howard Foundation.
|Baker Peace Conference: The Vietnam War: A 50-Year Retrospective|
Save the Date for the 2015 Baker Peace Conference "The Vietnam War: A Fifty-Year Retrospective" on March 26 and 27. The keynote speaker is Dr. Fredrik Logevall, who opens the conference on Thursday, March 26, at 7:30 pm in Baker 240/242.
|Baker Peace Keynote ¦ Embers of War: The Meaning of the Vietnam War, March 26|
The 2015 Baker Peace Conference will take place March 26-27 and carries the theme, "The Vietnam War: A Fifty-Year Retrospective.” The keynote speaker is Cornell University Professor of History Fredrik Logevall will deliver his talk titled, “Embers of War: The Meaning of the Vietnam War," on Thursday, March 26.<br />
|History and Philosophy of Science lecture on Observational Science and Big Data, March 20|
Ohio University Lectures in the History and Philosophy of Science series presents Clark Glymour on “The Causal Revolution, Observational Science and Big Data” Friday, March 20, at 4 p.m. in Scripps Hall, 111.
|Lit Fest 2015 features essayists, novelist, poets, March 25-27|
The 2015 Lit Fest welcomes essayists Dorothy Allison and Brian Doyle, novelist Charles Johnson, and poets Marie Howe and Robert Pinsky. The Ohio University Spring Literary Festival is March 25-27.
|Plaintiffs in Supreme Court Marriage Equality Case on Panel, March 31|
The plaintiffs of a prominent upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges come to Ohio University for a panel on marriage equality on Tuesday, March 31, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Athena Cinema.
|Southern Campus welcomes education majors for Rural Urban Collaborative Symposium|
More than 150 students majoring in education, along with faculty and administrators representing all five regional campuses of Ohio University, convened at the Southern Campus to attend the 14th Annual Rural Urban Collaborative Symposium.
|Wealth and Poverty in Appalachia events, March 28-April 10|
The Wealth and Poverty theme hosts a two-week series of event on "Wealth and Poverty in Appalachia" from March 28 through April 10. The events are designed to provide a better understanding of both progress and challenges surrounding socioeconomic, educational and health issues in Appalachian communities.
|Lancaster Campus Celebrate Women student award winners announced|
Five students have been selected to receive the Outstanding Student Female Leader Award at Ohio University Lancaster’s Celebrate Women conference on March 20. The theme for this year’s conference is “Making a Difference.” Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington faculty, staff, and administrators were asked to nominate outstanding female student leaders who have made significant contributions to our campus and/or community.