|New registered dietitian helps create a healthier OHIO Dec 17|
Angela Bohyer was in college when she first started to realize the power of food and the positive effects that healthy eating can have on the human body, and it was a realization that would provide her with the foundation for a professional career in dietetics and nutrition education.
|'Snapped Cats' captures interesting faces on campus Dec 10|
Check out the first edition of "Snapped Cats," a new Ohio University Communications and Marketing produced photo essay series that captures some of the interesting faces and thoughts of people found on or around the beautiful Athens Campus.
|Blast off: T-Minus and counting for Team Gravitron launch Dec 10|
After more than a year of preparation, Ohio University's Team Gravitron plants-and-gravity experiment launches for the International Space Station on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 2:31 p.m. EDT aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
|Lancaster Campus students donate to refugees after International Education Week Dec 10|
Students from Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington took the lessons they learned during International Education Week and helped the refugee community in central Ohio. The theme for OUL’s International Education Week in November was “Safe Haven: Refuge in Ohio.” Students had the opportunity to learn about refugees and different cultures that have come into central Ohio from places like Rwanda and Somalia. OUL students then decided to conduct a supply drive on campus for refugees in need.
|OHIO graduate student awarded collegiate recovery community’s first scholarship Dec 10|
RISE, the official collegiate recovery community of Ohio University, has awarded its first-ever scholarship to OHIO graduate student Danielle S. Roberts.
|One gift establishes scholarship and recognizes alumnus’ OHIO mentor Dec 10|
Sometimes when you least expect it, you become the first to do something unique. Larry Small became such a person. He established the Larry H. Small Audiology Scholarship in the College of Health Sciences and Profession’s (CHSP) School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences, the first scholarship at OHIO specifically for students headed for their first year in OHIO’s doctorate of audiology program.
|Online tool designed to collect input for Comprehensive Master Plan 2016 Dec 10|
Ohio University is collecting information for the Comprehensive Master Plan, which will provide a road map and long-term vision for the University during the next decade.
|President informs campus of Board Secretary transition Dec 10|
In a message sent Wednesday, Dec. 10, President McDavis announced a change in the role of secretary to Ohio University's Board of Trustees.
|Residential Housing video outlines residence hall closing procedures Dec 10|
Ohio University Residential Housing has released another episode in its video web series – this one dedicated to reminding students about move-out procedures for winter break.
|WOUB hosts 'A Roaring '20s Soiree' inspired by Downton Abbey Dec 10|
WOUB hosts 'A Roaring '20s Soiree' inspired by Downton Abbey
|With the finish line in sight, goals are set for the final year of the Promise Within Campaign Dec 10|
With the final year of the OHIO faculty and staff’s the Promise Within Campaign underway, those in charge take pride in the success of the program thus far and have set goals for the final six months of the campaign.
|Year-end giving update Dec 10|
Information on making year-end gifts to Ohio University.
|Actor to portray MLK on Lancaster Campus January 28 [VIDEO] Dec 9|
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.
|Appalachia literacy—Stories of history and self-sufficiency Dec 9|
Writing and literacy are splintered worlds in Appalachia.
|Electrical work on Athens Campus may cause momentary outage Dec 9|
Scheduled electrical work may cause some or all of the Athens Campus to experience a short duration power outage (or blink).
|Meet Brenda Nelson, the November Classified Employee of the Month Dec 9|
Meet Brenda Nelson, the November Classified Employee of the Month.
|New Kopchick awards support OHIO scientific and medical research Dec 9|
Ten Ohio University students and one faculty member have received funding from three new research awards programs supported by a gift from John and Char Kopchick and contributions from five academic colleges and administrative units.
|OUPD chief offers Winter Break safety tips Dec 9|
In the following message, Ohio University Police Chief Andrew Powers offers tips to help the University community avoid being the victim of theft during Winter Break.
|Resources under development for new tobacco-free policy Dec 9|
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.
|Business Forum scheduled for Dec. 10 Dec 8|
Ohio University Finance and Administration will conduct their next Business Forum on Wednesday, Dec. 10, from 3 to 5 p.m. in Baker University Center Theatre.
|Campaign initiated by OHIO employee generates nearly $50K for workers affected by Athens fire Dec 8|
A gofundme campaign created by Pete Shooner, associate director of communications for the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, has raised nearly $50,000 for the dozens of employees affected by the Nov. 16 multiple structure fire in uptown Athens.
|Drug developed at the Heritage College offers potential hope for patients with type 2 diabetes Dec 8|
A drug developed at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine shows promise in halting the onset of obesity-related type 2 diabetes. Lab results from preclinical studies found the drug made treatment groups, which were on a high fat diet, more insulin sensitive, halted an increase in fat mass, and prevented the onset of type 2 diabetes.
|Email upgrade: Personalizing Catmail Dec 8|
Learn how to set a custom theme and create a personalized email signature block in the web version of Catmail.
|Employee appreciation event is Thursday Dec 8|
Ohio University employees are invited to join President Roderick J. McDavis and first lady Deborah McDavis for live music and hors d'oeuvres from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11.
|Lancaster Campus PTK adopts family of student in need for holidays Dec 8|
Ohio University Lancaster’s student organization Phi Theta Kappa is in the process of collecting items for the annual Adopt-A-Family Drive. Each year the group collects items for the family of an Ohio University Lancaster student in need.
|New club pairs undergraduates with OHIO medical student mentors Dec 8|
The Ohio University Medical Mentoring Club has been formed to connect pre-medical undergraduate students at both OHIO and partner universities with current Heritage College medical student mentors to help them prepare for, apply to, and get accepted into medical school.
|Storyteller entertains and enlightens crowd during Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration Dec 8|
Musician and storyteller Madafo entertained the crowd on Dec. 3 during Ohio University's annual Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration.
|Two students chosen to visit Israel as part of Caravan for Democracy Dec 8|
Students Alexis Chambers and Alexis Apparicio have been chosen to visit Israel as part of the Jewish National Fund’s ‘Caravan for Democracy.’