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Dirk Crist is graduating from Ohio University Lancaster this May, but he’s already got a job working in the real world – using the knowledge he gained while on campus.
The Ohio University Pickerington Center is alive with the sound of music. That’s because students are learning about the world of music in an up close and personal way.
Can you imagine seeing chickens walking tightropes, dispensing souvenirs to customers, dancing to music, and playing baseball? Believe it or not, you could find that at the IQ Zoo in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
The annual OUL Spring Fest will kick off this weekend. This year’s event runs April 12 - 17. The week is packed with fun events and theme days to encourage students to participate by dressing up.
When Heather Shahan was attending high school, graduating from college was never something she thought she could do.
Categories : Students
Ohio University Lancaster Student Support Advisor Phyllis Lanier was recently selected by the University College Dean and the University Academic Advising Council to receive a 2014 Chapman Clapp Award for Excellence in Advising.
Categories : Faculty/Staff
Ohio University Lancaster students are putting their artwork on display for the campus and community to view.
For Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Associate Professor of Physics Sandy Doty, science is more than just a subject. It’s a way of learning that students of all ages should be able to access and embrace.
Nine new classes are being offered for the 35th year of Kids in College at Ohio University Lancaster. Registration is now underway. The program will run the weeks of June 16, June 23 and July 7.
When 53-year old Bill Clark walks across the stage at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s Honors Convocation on May 2, he will be walking into a brand new life.
Categories : Students
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s student organization, Lambda Pi Eta, won the Scripps College of Communication Student Organization of the Year award.
Categories : Student Organizations
The March “Imagine Your Possibilities” profile is about an Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington graduate who just walked across the stage at Honors Convocation approximately one year ago. But, he’s already doing amazing things in our community.
Categories : Imagine Your Possibilities Student Success Stories
A student at Ohio University’s Pickerington Center is ranked 4th in Ohio and 89th in the world for doing something you have probably never heard of. Keegan Orr is a competitive yo-yoer.
Ohio University Lancaster’s Community and Corporate Learning Office provides educational opportunities for people in the community who aren’t trying to get a college degree. The office was featured on this month’s edition of Fairfield Today at OUL.
Celebrate Women and WOUB’s premiere screening of “Our Town: Lancaster” made Ohio University Lancaster’s Wagner Theatre the place to be on Friday and Saturday.
Ohio University Lancaster March Student of the Month Nicki Roberts has a bright future examining the past. The 32-year old from Lancaster is a history major and recently had an article published in Fairfield Heritage Quarterly.
A man who grew up in Lancaster, and got his educational start at Ohio University Lancaster, will serve as Ohio University’s 2014 Undergraduate Commencement speaker in Athens this May.
In the month when college basketball rules, Ohio University Lancaster’s Hannah V. McCauley Library is celebrating the game by showcasing its history in southern Ohio and bringing Olympic Gold medalist Bill Hosket to campus.
The social issues women are dealing with in our community will be discussed at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s Celebrate Women 2014. The event will be held on March 21.
An Ohio University Lancaster student wants to shatter the silence surrounding human trafficking and encourage others on campus to take action.