|Athens Video Works to host AVW Week, March 10-16 Mar 10|
Ohio University's student-run media production house, AVW Productions, will host a weeklong event, March 10-16, to celebrate the more than 90 videos the organization has produced.
|Blackboard upgrade: Video everywhere Mar 10|
Blackboard's updated Content Editor lets you record and embed video anywhere within your Blackboard courses and organizations.
|International Women’s Day Festival to be held March 16 Mar 10|
Ohio University’s sixth annual International Women’s Day Festival will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 16, in the Baker University Center Ballroom.
|Ohio University to break ground on Dublin Integrated Education Center Mar 10|
Ground will be broken this month on an 86,000-square-foot facility at Ohio University’s Dublin Campus that will house the university’s new Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Practice.
|Privacy and sexual harassment in the digital age, March 13 Mar 10|
The Ohio University Center for Law, Justice & Culture presents Anita Sarkeesian on “Privacy and Sexual Harassment in the Digital Age” on Thursday, March 13, at 5 p.m. in Baker Theater. The lecture is free and open to the public.
|Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: Last gasp of Empire? March 13 Mar 10|
David Satter, noted journalist and Russian expert, will speak on “Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: The Last Gasp of Empire?” as part of the Contemporary History Institute Speaker Series on Thursday, March 13, in Baker 242 at 4:30 p.m.
|The Grad Fair for seniors is March 12 Mar 10|
In order to help this year's senior class properly prepare for their big commencement day, Ohio University Event Services will host The Grad Fair, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 12.
|UCM executive director shares her “musings” with new blog Mar 10|
Ohio University Communications and Marketing Executive Director Renea Morris is no stranger to writing. As the head of the department in charge of telling the University’s story, and as a regular contributor to Compass in her Branding OHIO series, Morris knows how to communicate. But now, she’s using a new platform to share her thoughts with the University community and beyond by blogging.
|University community honors Carpenter as Distinguished Professor Mar 10|
Tom Carpenter, professor of Classics and World Religions, was honored Feb.24 as the 2013 Distinguished Professor. Carpenter gave a lecture titled “Greek Tragedy Amongst the ‘Barbarians’ in 4th Century BC in Italy.”
|Welcome to your Winter/Spring 2014 issue of Ohio Today Online Mar 10|
Is it possible to run a mile at 94 years old?
Can a happy marriage last 64 years?
Is there hope for all of us who can't sing?
In this special issue of Ohio Today Online, our student and alumni writers asked a group of talented, unique alumni, “How’d you do that?”
|Branding OHIO through its website: Part 3 Feb 27|
Our website is an open door to all that the University has to offer – a virtual extension of the physical locations. The front door provides the best opportunity for Ohio University to make an initial impression that explains who we are and helps users find what they need.
|Deane Webb named Ohio Volleyball head coach Feb 27|
Ohio University Athletics Director Jim Schaus named Deane Webb as the head coach of the Bobcats Women's Volleyball program Wednesday evening. He is the winningest head coach in Belmont University history.
|Konneker Fund for Learning and Discovery supports programs with potential for University-wide impact Feb 27|
Trustees of The Ohio University Foundation approved $100,000 of Konneker Fund for Learning and Discovery support to fund four projects that benefit OHIO students, faculty, and staff at the Athens campus at their February 2014 meeting. The Konneker Fund supports innovative initiatives designed to advance undergraduate learning, research and graduate education that will have university-wide impact.
|Lancaster Campus "Imagine Your Possibilities" Series: NFocus Executive Vice President Benjy Uhl Feb 27|
When Benjy Uhl started college nearly 20 years ago at Ohio University Lancaster, he knew he wanted to go into business or marketing. Now, as executive vice president at NFocus in Lancaster, Uhl has put his knowledge of both of those fields to use by helping build an international data company from the ground up.
|Latest news from the Chillicothe Campus Feb 27|
Scholarship endowment opens doors of opportunity, spring break plans and other news
|OHIO charitable at 5th Annual “Bare on the Bricks” Feb 27|
More than 400 Ohio University students gathered at Baker University Center on Feb. 22 for the 5th Annual “Bare on the Bricks: A Nearly Naked Mile” charity event. Students donated clothing and funds to local charities totaling 40 bags of clothing and more than $2,100, an increase from last year.
|OHIO earns high marks feedback in accreditation systems portfolio review Feb 27|
Ohio University is in good standing in the process to reaffirmation of accreditation, according to the findings of a Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Systems Appraisal review that was returned to the University at the beginning of the month.
|OHIO faculty, administrators show off talents during benefit pageant (PHOTO ESSAY) Feb 27|
Marc Barr and his company of glow stick dancers defeated six other Ohio University faculty members and administrators to win the fifth annual Ava Nichols' Faculty Pageant.
|RecycleMania: Halfway done, 190,000 pounds of waste collected Feb 27|
By the end of this week, the annual multi-university recycling challenge known as RecycleMania will be halfway over. Already, Ohio University is off to a running start. In two weeks, Recyclemania has collected 190,000 lbs of materials. If this pace continues for the entire eight weeks, about 750,000 lbs ( or about three-quarters of a million) of waste could be recycled, says Andrew Ladd, Campus Recycling and Refuse manager.
|Reddit co-founder and Imgur founder inspire next generation of Internet entrepreneurs Feb 27|
To Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, “entrepreneur is just French for ‘Has ideas, does them.’”
His loose translation constituted the motivational theme for Monday’s stop — which featured special guest and Imgur founder Alan Schaaf, BSCS’ 10 — on Ohanian’s 77-university tour to promote his new book, Without Their Permission, to inspire attendees to start implementing their business ideas now, while they have the luxury of time, flexibility and a creative environment as students.
|Rock for Tots scholarship endowment continues event’s theme of assisting area youth Feb 27|
A local musical fund-raising endeavor is extending its impact in a manner that strikes a chord with area youth by utilizing higher education to open doors for prospective students. The Rock for Tots, Inc. OU-C Scholarship Endowment, housed within The Ohio University Foundation, will provide financial support for an incoming Ohio University-Chillicothe freshman student from the region who demonstrates financial need and academic aptitude.
|University announces special weekend dates for next two years Feb 27|
Ohio University has released the Family Weekend dates for the next two academic years.
|What's in a name? Ask the Bobcat Depot... Feb 27|
Bobcat Essentials and the Tech Depot are coming together, and so are their names. The new, combined operation will be called the Bobcat Depot.
|Be on the lookout: Amphibians crossing the road Feb 26|
“We timed this just perfectly. Do you know what’s going to happen tomorrow? Do you know what’s happening today?” asked Dr. Scott Moody. “All those frogs and salamanders are just sticking their noses out. They are sensing the increasing temperature."
|Compass emails to take Spring Break hiatus Feb 26|
In observance of Ohio University Spring Break, March 3-7, Compass emails will not be distributed during that week.
|Contemporary history: The Cross and the Sword, Feb. 27 Feb 26|
The Contemporary History Institute welcomes one of its own, alumni Dr. Jeremy Hatfield, who will speak on Thursday, Feb. 27, in Baker 242 at 4:30 p.m. to open the Spring Semester Lecture Series.
|Dr. Jean Kilbourne interviewed about upcoming presentation on Lancaster Campus [AUDIO] Feb 26|
Dr. Jean Kilbourne is not alone anymore. But 40-some years ago that was not the case. In the late, 1960s, Kilbourne started studying the connection between advertising and several public health issues, including violence against women, eating disorders and addiction. At the time, her ideas were thought of as radical. Today more people are recognizing the issue as a real problem in our society.
|Great job Carlotta Hensler! Feb 26|
Compass features a Q&A with the non-bargaining Classified Employee of the Month. Each month, Classified Senate selects an employee to acknowledge and recognize as someone who is setting high standards for excellence and innovation.
|March 1 power outage rescheduled Feb 26|
In recognition of several scheduled campus events, leadership in Facilities Management has elected to reschedule the outage by dividing it into two shorter outages over this coming weekend.
|OHIO Dance Division Hosts East-Central American College Dance Festival March 2-5 Feb 26|
The Ohio University Division of Dance announced that they would host the East-Central American College Dance Festival from March 2-5 on the Athens campus and offers 5 free performances during the conference.
|Program allows faculty, staff to use university plane for research travel Feb 26|
Program allows faculty, staff to use university plane for research travel
|Three tips to avoid malware Feb 26|
Keep your devices updated, use anti-virus software, and learn how to recognize social engineering schemes.