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.
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.
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.
Taking a car for a test drive is always a fun experience. Ohio University Lancaster is offering students the opportunity to participate in a test drive of a different kind by testing four new touch-screen computers on campus over the next two weeks.
In 2014, women still face sexism and discrimination in the workplace. Women leaders in organizations see that every day from an interesting perspective.
Ohio University Lancaster Lecturer of Education Terri Green is passionate about literacy. As a retired elementary school reading teacher, Green knows how important it is for today’s teacher candidates to learn how to teach literacy to young children.
Ohio University Lancaster Emeritus Assistant Professor of Engineering Technology Gary Lockwood is back from the Philippines and says he wouldn’t hesitate to use his engineering skills to help with another disaster response effort.
Ohio University Lancaster Adjunct Professor Dr. Paul Young and several other music professors from Ohio University will be performing this weekend as part of the American Music Concert in Lancaster.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Library Director Judy Carey Nevin has been elected by members of OhioLINK to be the two-year library directors representative on the Cooperative Information Resources Management Committee.
Emeritus Assistant Professor of Engineering Technology Gary Lockwood is putting his engineering knowledge to use in the Philippines, helping with the disaster recovery effort after Super Typhoon Haiyan.
For many, the word “bully” brings back horrible childhood memories. But, Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Communication Studies Assistant Professor Dr. Nicole Blau is working to make sure today's students don't have the same experience.
Athletic Director Jeff Whitehead is marking his 30th year coaching basketball at OUL. Whitehead is currently coaching the women’s team on campus. But, over the three decades, he has done a little bit of everything.
OUL History Professor Andrew McGreevy says the study of international issues continues on campus long after International Week is over -- in the classroom.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington is celebrating International Week November 12 – 15. This is the first year the event is being held on the regional campuses of Ohio University.
When Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Jane Johnsen passed away unexpectedly last January, retired Ohio University Lancaster Campus Assistant Professor of Health Technology Debra Smith wanted to find the right way to honor her memory.
In a world where college students are spending much of their time online, Associate Professor of Computer Science Technology Christine Wolfe is taking her office hours to her students.
Ohio University Lancaster Mathematics Instructor Adem Cakmak knows homework for his College Algebra and Precalculus courses is sometimes difficult because he’s not there to help students work through the problems.
September 11, 2001 was a day that changed the lives of all Americans. But, Mike Blythe experienced the terrorist attacks 12 years ago differently than others because he was working for the Department of Defense at the time.
There's a new face on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. Alex Ecklund started at the beginning of August in the role of Accessibility Coordinator.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus is committed to helping grow the economy of the Fairfield County region. Now, more tools to assist businesses and economic development are available on campus.
Associate Dean Dr. Paul Abraham’s three year run at Ohio University Lancaster is coming to a close. Abraham recently accepted a new position as dean at the Ohio University Eastern Campus in Saint Clairsville, Ohio.
Ohio University Lancaster Campus Dean Dr. Jim Smith is the conference chair for the 2013 Regional Branch Campus Administrators Senior Leadership Conference in Longboat Key, Florida. The conference is being held June 16 - 19.
An article on the history of a more than 100-year old covered bridge located on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, written by OUL Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin, has been published in Fairfield Heritage Quarterly.
A Lancaster Campus assistant professor of education who passed away earlier this year has been awarded emerita status by the Ohio University Board of Trustees.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Communication Studies Professor Candice Thomas-Maddox recently received the 2013 Eastern Communication Association Distinguished Service Award.
Ohio University Lancaster Health Technology Assistant Professor Debra Smith was valedictorian of the Fairfield Union High School class of 1971. Muskingum College offered her a full ride scholarship, but she was not allowed to accept it.
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Ping-Yuan Wang has been selected for Ohio University Research Committee funding during its spring 2013 cycle.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Communication Studies Assistant Professor Dr. Nicole Blau will be getting one of the Pickerington Education Association's Friend of Education Awards at a banquet next month.
Ohio University Lancaster Business Management Professor Brian Hoyt has been selected as one of the Presidential Teacher Award winners for 2013.
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).
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus is now fitTOGETHER certified. The announcement was made by the fitTOGETHER Business Subcommittee last week.
The Athens Lunatic Asylum, now known as "The Ridges," is a place of mystery. The Victorian-style buildings loom large on a ridge overlooking Athens, Ohio, and were home to mental patients in southeast Ohio for more than 100 years.
An Ohio University Lancaster Visiting Assistant Professor has won the Kenneth Harwood Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Broadcast Education Association. Shane Tilton will accept the award at the BEA annual convention in Las Vegas in April.
Ohio University Lancaster’s athletic director will be honored during this year’s Fairfield County Development Disabilities Celebration of Possibilities.
Students all over the country will be hearing the voice of Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of Health Technology Debra Smith.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus is mourning the loss of an assistant professor of education who taught on campus for more than 25 years. Dr. Jane Johnsen passed away in her sleep January 31.
Employees at Ohio University’s Lancaster Campus will be walking to the main campus in Athens this semester. But, they will not be traveling on U.S. Highway 33.
In advance of recent incidents of school violence, the Ohio University Lancaster Campus was in the process of updating and examining its campus safety plan and procedures.
When people think of the Civil War and Lancaster, Ohio, they think of Union Army General William Tecumseh Sherman. But, not former Ohio University Lancaster History Professor Ken Heineman.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center are going to work to both become fitTOGETHER certified in 2013. The goal of fitTogether is to promote healthier eating habits and exercise to members of the community.
One of the first people veterans encounter when they come to the Lancaster Campus is Karen Walker-Sparks. Little do they know that veterans hold a special place in her heart.
Ohio University Lancaster’s first meeting of the Kanawha Environmental Education Project for this academic year was held on Tuesday.