|Actor to portray MLK on Lancaster Campus January 28 [VIDEO]|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington will celebrate Black History Month and the accomplishments of Martin Luther King, Jr., with a special presentation on January 28. Actor Darryl Van Leer will perform his one-man show where he portrays Martin Luther King Jr. at 3:30 p.m. in the Wagner Theatre. The event is FREE and open to the public.
|Resources under development for new tobacco-free policy|
As Ohio University moves toward fully implementing its “Smoke and Tobacco-Free Campus” policy on the Athens Campus by fall2015, various important resources will support the transition for University employees, students, visitors, volunteers, patients, and customers.
|Naomi Tutu keynote speaker for Lancaster Campus Celebrate Women 2015|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington is proud to announce the keynote speaker for Celebrate Women 2015 -- Race and Gender Justice Activist Naomi Tutu. The annual women’s conference is scheduled for March 20, 2015 and this year’s theme is “Making a Difference.”
|University holiday greeting now available|
Ohio University is proud to present its annual holiday greeting for students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. This year’s holiday greeting depicts the three College Green buildings – Cutler Hall, McGuffey Hall and Wilson Hall -- in an animated green and white snow globe.
|Winter Break energy saving tips|
Throughout the year, Ohio University faculty, staff and students are reminded of the steps they can take to help the University save energy while they are away. The upcoming Winter Break Closure provides an excellent opportunity to save energy, reduce environmental impacts and minimize costs during the time the University will be closed and classes will not be in session.
|2014-15 Kennedy Lecture Series kicks off Nov. 19|
Ohio University is preparing to launch its 2014-15 Kennedy Lecture Series with four widely recognized speakers.
|Generation workforce: Regional campus impact involves business leaders|
When business and industry leaders from the manufacturing, logistics and distribution, and healthcare sectors gathered at Ohio University’s Southern Campus recently, it was the first in a series of talks to take place at each regional campus with Ohio University administrators. The purpose: identify the workforce needs of local employers and align those needs with academic program offerings and student preparedness.
|Guest lecturer to highlight history of fore-edge painted books|
Author Jeff Weber, preeminent authority on the history of fore-edge painting, will give a lecture, “A History of Fore-edge Painting Today,” on the fourth floor of Alden Library on Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
|Libraries exhibit offers glimpse into collection of fore-edge books|
“Hidden Treasures on the Edge: Fore-edge Painted Books from the Jeffery D. Chaddock Collection” provides a glimpse into the collection of fore-edge books owned by Ohio University alumnus Jeff Chaddock.
|Native American author, educator says offensive sports mascots need to go|
Anton Treuer, executive director of the American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University, told his audience that Native American sports mascots need to go away.
|Today’s International Education Week activities focus on African Studies|
This year’s IEW festivities were developed in celebration of the 50th anniversary of OHIO’s Center for International Studies, and today’s activities are focused on the program that led to the creation of the center -- the African Studies Program.