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December 2005 Archives

Dec 1, 2005
Ohio University students dominate College Photographer of the Year competition
Ohio University students earned nearly one quarter of the awards in the 60th annual College Photographer of the Year competition sponsored by the University of Missouri. Ohio University, the only university in the state of Ohio to win any honors, won the most awards in the international competition. Full Story...
 
Dec 5, 2005
110 in the big city - a journal by Natalia Lavric
Ohio University's Marching 110 was the lead band in this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Band member Natalia Lavric kept a journal of the exciting trip and shared it with Outlook. Full Story...
 
Dec 7, 2005
External funding for research, sponsored programs reaches $57 million in fiscal year 2005
External funding for research and sponsored programs at Ohio University exceeded $57 million in fiscal year 2005, which also marked the highest amount of research and creative activity on campus to date. Full Story...
 
Universal questions: Tiny quarks and giant clusters
This is the first in a three-part series about Ohio University's Research Priorities Program. The program is pulling faculty and students from related fields together to help solve some of greatest questions facing our world today. Full Story...
 
Dec 8, 2005
President McDavis addresses media at Dec. 7 press briefing
Ohio University President Roderick McDavis alerted them about Ohio University's progress in expanding research dollars, praised the university's volleyball team and applauded the dedication of Ohio University's interior architecture students who will develop floor plans for future homes to be built by the university's Habitat for Humanity coalition. Full Story...
 
Dec 12, 2005
110 in the big city - a journal by Natalia Lavric, part 2
Ohio University's Marching 110 was the lead band in this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Band member Natalia Lavric kept a journal of the exciting trip and shared it with Outlook. (part 2) Full Story...
 
Dec 13, 2005
Greg Shepherd named dean of the College of Communication
Gregory J. Shepherd, Ph. D., has been named dean of the College of Communication at Ohio University, effective Jan. 1, 2006, President Roderick J. McDavis announced today. Shepherd was named interim dean of the college in August 2004. Full Story...
 
University generates record number of Fulbright awardees and applicants
Ohio University was among the top 25 producers of Fulbright awards for the 2005-06 academic year, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. With 22 applicants and nine winners, the niversity claimed the highest number of Fulbright awards in the state of Ohio for the third straight year. This number ties last year's university record for the most winners ever. Full Story...
 
Dec 14, 2005
Board of Trustees approves issuance of bonds for new residence hall and student information system
Ohio University's Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, Dec. 14, in Columbus, where the board approved several university business initiatives and was updated on the latest developments. Full Story...
 
Universal questions: A health prescription
This is the second in a three-part series about Ohio University's Research Priorities Program. The program is pulling faculty and students from related fields together to help solve some of greatest questions facing our world today. Full Story...
 
Year's end brings spirit of giving to Ohio University
Each December, alumni and friends open their hearts -- and their checkbooks -- in support of Ohio University's mission to provide a high-quality, learning-centered educational experience and to conduct world-class research. Since 2000, this generosity has amounted to an average of $2 million in gifts to The Ohio University Foundation during this month alone. Full Story...
 
Dec 16, 2005
University awarded Ford Foundation grant for Difficult Dialogues program
Potential first-year Ohio University students have something new to consider when they think about becoming Bobcats in 2006-07. As many as 200 students will have the opportunity to participate in the new Difficult Dialogues program that includes an academic camp and special residential learning communities. The program, which is supported by a two-year $100,000 grant from the Ford Foundation, will help teach Ohio University students how to engage in spirited, constructive dialogue with people of differing views. Full Story...
 
Dec 19, 2005
Ohio University to close Dec. 23-26
Ohio University will be closed Friday, Dec. 23, and Monday, Dec. 26 in observance of the national Christmas Day holiday. Full Story...
 
Dec 20, 2005
Sixth graders spearhead fundraising project
Six sixth-graders from St. Clairsville Middle School have teamed up with Ohio University Eastern Campus to help everyone stay warm this winter. The girls, Corianne Cain, Taylor Baugh, Brittany Coleman, Marisa Dwyer, Emily Vickers and Cecelia Favede, voted in early December to collect new blankets between now and the end of January. Full Story...
 
Dec 21, 2005
Universal questions: Cleaner power, cleaner earth
This is the third in a three-part series about Ohio University's Research Priorities Program. The program is pulling faculty and students from related fields together to help solve some of greatest questions facing our world today. Full Story...
 
Dec 30, 2005
Ohio University to close Jan. 2
Ohio University will be closed Monday, Jan. 2, in observance of the national New Years Day holiday. Full Story...
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