Ohio Today Fall 2013
Oct 14, 2013
By Chealsia Smedley
Open the pages of the Fall 2013 issue of Ohio Today and embark on a personal journey.
Read about the entrepreneurial ventures of Ohio University staff, students and alumni whose companies grew out of the university's Innovation Center and have bloomed in success. The article features the 27th most visited-website in the nation, Imgur, created by Alan Schaaf when he was a student.
Enter the world of sports to learn about the professional MSA program, an online sports administration program that links sports professionals across the country. These Bobcats also connect with a fun tradition that involves a stuffed Rufus.
Flip through and get a feel for the different student experiences of Lauren McCullough and Duy Phan, as they both immersed themselves in a new culture. Celebrate the success of Ohio Athletics and get a glimpse of how OHIO football transformed itself in the '90s.
These stories and more can be found in the Fall 2013 issue of Ohio Today, which is published by the Ohio University Division of University Advancement for alumni and friends of Ohio University. A copy of Ohio Today was delivered to faculty and staff in campus mailboxes this month. To request a copy, call 740-593-1891.
The magazine is funded by The Ohio University Foundation and is mailed to alumni and friends free of charge in fall and spring.
To read the magazine online, click here.