|Air Travel Support Program offers free travel to Washington D.C. June 20 Jun 12|
Ohio University faculty and staff who have meetings with potential sponsors or collaborators can take advantage of free flights on the University's King Air plane to the Washington D.C. area.
|Athletics posts strong marks in NCAA Academic Progress Report Jun 12|
The Ohio University Athletics Department posted a number of all-time program bests in the latest Academic Progress Rate.
|Athletics releases 2012-13 Annual Report Jun 12|
The Athletics Department released its 2012-13 Annual Report on Wednesday. The 14-page booklet recaps last season's athletic, academic, compliance, marketing, sponsorship, ticket sales and media accomplishments.
|Burke named dean of OU-HCOM's new central Ohio campus Jun 12|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine announced the appointment of William J. Burke, D.O., FACOFP, as dean of the college's new central Ohio campus in Dublin. He will start July 22.
|Lancaster Campus assistant professor's article on history of covered bridge published in magazine Jun 12|
An article on the history of a more than 100-year old covered bridge located on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, written by OUL Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin, has been published in Fairfield Heritage Quarterly. The spring edition of the magazine, produced by the Fairfield Heritage Association, features the article, "A Bridge Through Time," and a picture of the John Bright #2 Covered Bridge on its cover.
|Priority parking changes to begin July 1 Jun 12|
Beginning at midnight on July 1, faculty/staff on the Athens campus will have the option to request parking within a priority lot.
|Robert Glidden returns to Ohio University [VIDEO] Jun 12|
Ohio University President Emeritus Robert Glidden return to the Athens campus as a guest professor and conductor in April 2013. In this video, he discusses his life after Ohio University, his views about the state of higher education and his best university moments.
|100 Missouri and North Carolina Bobcats gather for spring alumni events Jun 10|
Two cities. One hundred guests. Countless memories. On May 17, 52 alumni and friends gathered in St. Louis, Mo., for a special event at the historic Algonquin Golf Club. Then, on June 1, 48 Bobcats boarded the Catawba Queen in Mooresville, N.C., for a Charlotte Alumni Dinner Cruise. The Ohio University Alumni Association hosted both events, which were made possible by the efforts of alumni volunteers in both regions.
|Annual Baker Fund Awards $32,083 to three outstanding research projects Jun 10|
The Baker Fund awards for the 2013 spring cycle have been announced and $32,083 will fund three projects that will assist OHIO faculty in completing active research projects. Awardees are Associate Professor of Music Therapy Kamile Geist in the College of Fine Arts; Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Associate Professor Bonita Biegalke in the Department of Biomedical Sciences; and Associate Professor Harvey Ballard in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Environmental and Plant Biology. The proposals were chosen from nine entries.
|Athletic trainers work to protect young athletes from injury Jun 10|
To better understand the risks of youth (or "peewee") football, Ohio University's Division of Athletic Training has partnered with USA Football and the Datalys Center on a nationwide study.
|Open forums announced for vice provost and associate provost searches Jun 10|
These are the open forums for the second and third finalists for the Vice Provost for Global Affairs search and for all of the finalists in the Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion search and Associate Provost for Faculty and Academic Planning search.
|Pitcher Brett Barber selected in 37th round of baseball draft Jun 10|
On Saturday, Brett Barber became the latest Bobcat to get selected in the Major League Baseball Draft.
|Storytelling class takes 19 students to Disney World for field experience Jun 10|
Nineteen students enrolled in "Storytelling in Public Attractions" ended the spring semester with a seven-day trip to Walt Disney World.
|University to participate in mock disaster exercise Jun 10|
Emergency response agencies from the city of Athens, Athens County and Ohio University will be participating in a mock disaster scenario Tuesday.