Ohio University HomeJuly 23, 2003 Mast
Departments
Features 
News Briefs 
People 
Grants 
Ohio in the Media 
Calendar 
Archives 
About Outlook 

Comments

Send comments, story ideas or University news items to: outlook@ohio.edu

Tel: (740) 593-2200
Fax: (740) 593-1887

> HOME

Bike patrols increase officer interaction with community
The Ohio University Bike Patrol Program has been training University police officers and other officers around the state since 1996.

Cool off with some sizzling art July 25
Join the Kennedy Museum of Art and the Dairy Barn on Friday, July 25, from 5 to 8 p.m. for the Second Annual Midsummer Evening with the Arts.

Zanesville student designs comic book character
Eric Turner just finished his first year of college and he has already discovered fame.

In His Own Words: Center promotes technology education and research
Ohio University's Center for Automatic Identification celebrates its 17th anniversary in 2003.

Research seeks to help children with language impairment
Speech-language pathologists often use standardized tests to assess a child's ability to speak and understand words and sentences. But a new study suggests those tests often don't tell the full story.

Zanesville Campus Library workshop takes students on a literacy safari
The second session of the popular Literacy and Creativity Workshop, to be held Aug. 15, features a visit with animals from the Columbus Zoo.

No job too large or small
Busted water pipes, students trapped in elevators and any dormitory troubles have Ohio University's facilities and auxiliaries staff constantly on the run trying to keep campus operations running smoothly. So, who deals with these emergency calls?

Following the trail
It might be surprising to learn that traditional Sioux tribes have faced many of the same challenges that companies and organizations deal with today. Scholar Daniel Modaff thinks that modern organizations could learn something from the traditional Sioux model.

Looking for mold in all the right places
Tim Ryan is a mold detective, visiting local homes to "fingerprint" for evidence. But how do you fingerprint something that doesn't have fingers?

Ohio University flyers compete in Air Race Classic
Following in the footsteps of Amelia Earhart, an Ohio University senior and her instructor recently competed in the 27th annual Air Race Classic.

Master's program offers flexible learning format for athletic administrators
Interscholastic athletic administrators now have a master's degree program specifically geared for them.

 
  Ohio University Communications and Marketing - Athens, Ohio 45701 - Tel: (740) 593-2200
Please send your questions or comments about this Web site to: outlook@ohio.edu

Copyright 2003 Ohio University