|College of Health Sciences and Professions professor posthumously honored with creation of first communication sciences and disorders library in mainland China|
Last month, Jinan University, one of China’s oldest colleges, received a gift that they never expected – an in-kind donation of approximately $12,000 worth of books, which created a new communication sciences and disorders library at the university. The books were donated to Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) by Plural Publishing and CHSP then collaborated with Jinan and Professor Brooke Hallowell to establish the library.
|Event sets stage for July 2015 opening of Heritage College, Cleveland|
As preparations accelerate for its new campus in Cleveland, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine unveiled symbolic artwork that will greet visitors to its new site during an Oct. 21 reception at Cleveland’s Museum of Contemporary Art. The work, a glass wall etched with a mural of a Yoshino cherry tree, will grace the entrance to the Heritage College medical education building on Cleveland Clinic’s South Pointe Hospital campus in Warrensville Heights. The first class of 50 students will begin their studies on the new campus in July 2015. <br />
|Culinary Services customer satisfaction survey conducted through October|
Ohio University Culinary Services is currently conducting a campus wide customer satisfaction survey.
|Faculty, staff 'Green Jackets' needed for Halloween street party|
In an effort to keep Ohio University and surrounding areas safe, the University utilizes a program known as "Green Jackets" during the annual Halloween celebration.
|First Interprofessional Education Day held Friday|
Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions and the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine are hosting the first Interprofessional Education Symposium from 7:45 a.m. to noon, Friday, Oct. 3, in Grover Center.
|First bomb-sniffing dog starts work at OUPD|
It’s just a few hours before the first home football game of the season, and Alex, the first bomb-sniffing dog working for the Ohio University Police Department, is using his keen sense of smell to assist OUPD Officer Tim Woodyard inside the stadium.
|OHIO hosts Ebola panel discussion|
Scholars and doctors from Ohio University held a panel discussion Friday, Sept. 26, to discuss the Ebola epidemic as the death rate across West Africa continues to grow.