High school graduation time is approaching in central Ohio and many soon-to-be graduates are trying to figure out what comes next.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Communication Studies Professor Candice Thomas-Maddox recently received the 2013 Eastern Communication Association Distinguished Service Award.
About 500 degrees were recognized this spring at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington. Approximately 140 of the graduates chose to walk in the Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Honors Convocation Ceremony on Friday, May 3.
Josh Russell is getting a degree from Ohio University Lancaster this spring that has been 20 years in the making.
Jordan Green, Roger Murphy and Cody Sarensen are the very definition of the popular saying "three peas in a pod." The three best friends are getting ready to walk across the Ohio University Lancaster platform on May 3.
An appreciation reception for Fairfield County teachers and Ohio University Lancaster students who participate in the OUL Educational Mentorship program was held on Wednesday evening.
Ohio University Lancaster Business Management Professor Brian Hoyt has been selected as one of the Presidential Teacher Award winners for 2013.
Ohio University Lancaster Communication Studies students are working to "Spread the Word to End the Word" this semester.
Ohio University's Executive Dean of Regional Campuses was given the Outstanding Administrator Award at this year's Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio Conference(AURCO).
Three Ohio University Lancaster Communication Studies students took top honors in three categories at last week's OHIO Student EXPO in Athens.
Ohio University Lancaster is the host campus for the 2013 Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio Conference (AURCO) on April 12 and 13.
Ohio University Lancaster Middle Childhood Education Associate Professor Kaye Martin and students from her teacher education class (EDTE 2020) will participate in the Rural Urban Collaborative Symposium at the Ohio University Chillicothe Campus Friday.
There will soon be a change in management at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus bookstore, but the change will be seamless for students.
Education students are learning the ropes from two Pickerington Local School District teachers. The 2nd grade teachers spoke to the Ohio Student Education Association Tuesday about the new teacher evaluation system and what it means to future educators.
Journalism students at the Ohio University Pickerington Center spent a day under the lights at a television news studio in Columbus.
Many think that rat traps are only used to catch rats. But, in Gary Lockwood's Engineering and Technology Overview class, rat traps are used to make competitive racing creations.
At the age of 31, Abraham Diallo is going back to school. The Pickerington man is coming to Ohio University Lancaster to study computer science, and he just wants to make his mother proud.
There’s still time to enroll and get registered for classes at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center for spring semester.
Students in Dr. Candice Thomas-Maddox’s Introduction to Organizational Communication course spent more than 170 hours volunteering at area organizations during fall semester.
It took about 25 hours for Lancaster Campus student Kameron Starr to put it together, but he said it was well worth it. Starr was one of several students in Dr. Sandy Doty’s Physics 2051 class that opted to build a Rube Goldberg machine.
Students from the O.U.Lancaster Campus Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Management made a presentation to Fairfield County Job and Family Services earlier this month.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center are bringing more real-world experience into the classroom this spring with new adjunct instructors and new class offerings.
An Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor learned last week that the information age isn’t only for those who communicate traditionally.
They say that sticks and stones will break our bones but words will never hurt us. However, the sticks and stones of bullying are changing and words are hurting children more than ever in the cyberspace.
As fall semester is coming to a close, spring semester is just around the corner. Spring semester starts at a time when people are sometimes looking for a new beginning and some choose to find that new beginning by going to college.
Cassi Ebright still can’t believe it. When the Ohio University Lancaster freshman got a call last week to sing the national anthem at a special event, she had no idea that she would be singing for the Vice President of the United States.
U.S. 15th District Congressman Steve Stivers says it’s important for the federal government to continue to support the regional campus concept.
When Tiffany Reynolds first started at Ohio University Lancaster, she was planning to get an associate’s degree.
Starting spring semester, students on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus will be able to earn a Diversity Studies Certificate.
Officials at Fairfield County Job and Family Services say work done by students in the Ohio University Lancaster Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Management program is changing the lives of children throughout the county.
Preliminary numbers from Ohio University’s Office of Institutional Research indicate that Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington has set a fall enrollment record.
Many Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington scholarship recipients were recognized at the annual scholarship celebration on Wednesday, September 12.