ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fever has made its way to Ohio University Lancaster. One professor also donated to a fundraising effort on the Lancaster Campus.
Merry Lee Walters is one of the first people many come into contact with at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus.
During the dedication ceremony Friday, July 11 for a new Ohio Historical Marker for the John Bright Number 2 Covered Bridge on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, a nine minute video documenting the bridge’s move to OUL in 1988 will be shown.
Two Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s bachelor’s degree programs are developing top level business leaders for our community.
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.
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.
Education is the largest program at Ohio University Lancaster. Students can get bachelor’s degrees and associate's degrees in the field at Ohio University Lancaster.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Dean Dr. Jim Smith and Pickerington Center Director Dr. Leigh Atkinson are evaluating the courses and programs offered at the Pickerington Center to make more options available for students in central Ohio.
Even though it’s only December, the start of Spring Semester is quickly approaching at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington, and there is still plenty of time for new students to register for classes.
The new Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Endowed Scholarship Wall is a symbol of the lives that have been changed by scholarships on campus and the lives that will be changed in the future.
November’s episode of Fairfield Today at OUL features two programs offered on campus that are transforming students and communities. The two social service programs are Law Enforcement Technology and Human Services Technology.
Technology is everywhere and it’s now a big part of the jobs that are becoming available in our region. That’s why Ohio University Lancaster offers a variety of technology-related degrees for students to pursue.
Two Ohio University Lancaster students who are part of the OUL Theatre’s production of To Kill a Mockingbird this fall say the play has deepened the meaning of the classic novel for them.
A television show is now being recorded once a month at Ohio University Lancaster. The show, Fairfield Today, is put together by Innerphase Video.
Students in a new club on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus are marching to the tune of a different drummer, except they are doing it with guitars. The S.T.R.U.M. (Students Teaching Rookie Undergraduate Musicians) Club started meeting last week.
The Ohio University Career and Leadership Development Center at the main campus in Athens has developed a video to help regional campus students learn about the services and opportunities available to help them find a job.
One of the newest members of the Ohio University Lancaster Golf team is bringing something to the green that many of his teammates don't have much of yet -- life experience.
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.
Ohio University Lancaster Business Management Professor Brian Hoyt has been selected as one of the Presidential Teacher Award winners for 2013.
Skilled songwriter Joshua P. James, from Columbus, will be the opening act for Joe Pug at Ohio University Lancaster next month.
Colorful eggs will soon line the landscape on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. The annual Phi Theta Kappa Easter Egg Hunt for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fairfield County is Saturday at 1 p.m.
Quilts line the walls in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. The display is in honor of Women's History Month.