|Learn how to control diabetes with technology|
Anyone studying or interested in learning more about technology used to help control diabetes can find out about new bolus wizards, pattern analysis meters and an artificial intelligence program from 6 to 7 p.m., Nov. 6, in Grover Center W115.
|OHIO delegation celebrates Chubu University’s 50-year legacy and 40-year partnership|
Celebrations abound in Kasugai City, Japan this week, marking the 50th anniversary of Chubu University, one of Ohio University’s three international partners.
|eLearning OHIO launches redesigned eCampus website|
The redesigned eCampus website, available at www.ohio.edu/ecampus, was launched Monday, November 3. eCampus is a virtual campus of information and services for online and distance students, many of whom never come to one of Ohio University’s bricks-and-mortar campuses.
|Cathy Waller celebrates 120-pound weight loss and improved health on Halloween|
With the help of Ohio University WellWorks and too many friends and colleagues to name, administrator Cathy Waller has reclaimed her happiness and health by losing 120 pounds.
|E.W. Scripps School of Journalism's Tom Suddes inducted into Journalism Hall of Fame|
The Press Club of Cleveland’s Hall of Fame will honor Tom Suddes, an assistant professor in E.W Scripps School of Journalism, on Nov. 7.
|First marketing symposium unites University communicators|
The event, hosted by the Marketing Advisory Council and University Communications and Marketing (UCM), aimed to foster collaboration and partnership between marketers and communicators in their roles as advocates for OHIO.
|Josep Rota to discuss bilingual book of poems Nov. 6|
Josep Rota, professor emeritus of communication and associate provost emeritus for international studies, will present "Origins and Destinations - a Bilingual Book of Poems" on Thursday, Nov. 6.
|Last date for The OHIO Guarantee Passport event coming up Nov. 12|
The event is open to all members of the University community – faculty, staff and students.
|Peter Kornbluh to deliver annual Latin American Studies lecture Nov. 6|
Peter Kornbluh will deliver this year's Latin American Studies annual lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 in Baker University Center 240. He is a senior analyst with the National Security Archives and director of the Archive's Cuba and Chile Documentation Projects.
|OHIO students, faculty join others to restore American chestnut tree|
On Saturday, Oct. 25, nearly 90 volunteers, including Ohio University students and faculty, planted approximately 750 American chestnut trees on Wayne National Forest property in Athens County.
|Patton College faculty members receive federal grant|
The Patton College of Education’s Christine Suniti Bhat, associate professor, and Andrew Byrne, assistant professor, were awarded a federal grant of $563,116 in September 2014 for a three-year period from the Health Resources & Services Administration.
|President McDavis to chair NCAA Committee on Academics|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis has been selected to chair the NCAA’s Division 1’s new Committee on Academics, a 20-person academic body that replaces both the Committee on Academic Performance and the Academic Cabinet.
|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 />