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African SoccerscapesAfrican Soccer-scapes
With excitement building toward the first African World Cup in June 2010, "African Soccerscapes: How a Continent Changed the World's Game" presents a lively history of the sport's development on the continent.
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Captain Kuwik returns from Iraq
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Memories of Martinique: Winter intersession programs offer a break from the cold
For some students, the winter blues have set in. Walking to class in the snow and the cold is no picnic, and there are reminders of playing in the sun. Each year, Ohio University students have the opportunity to get away from the cold with the university's winter intersession programs.

Students featured at Art Institute of Chicago
A project that began four years ago when world-renowned architect Eva Maddox approached Assistant Professor David Matthews of the Interior Architecture program in the School of Human and Consumer Sciences is now on display at the Art Institute of Chicago through April 3.

Athens residents join delegation to Indonesia for Ohio University project on inter-religious dialogue
Two Athens residents will be part of a delegation of American civic and religious activists to visit Indonesia for two weeks beginning March 16 as part of an Ohio University project focusing on promoting and facilitating inter-religious dialogue in Indonesia.

Ohio University ranks fifth and 15th after fourth week of Recyclemania
As the competition nears the halfway point, Ohio University remained in fifth place out of 33 schools after week four of RecycleMania 2005 with a total of 21.77 recycled pounds of waste per student living on campus.

Senior VisCom student named one of nation's top minority advertising students
The Cleveland Advertising Association has awarded senior visual communication student Ming Tsang a $4,000 scholarship and a nomination by CAA Executive Director Richard Squire as one the most promising minority students in advertising by the American Advertising Federation (AAF).

Sculpting vision into reality
Whether molding clay into works of art or shaping how little eyes see the world, Ohio University faculty and students are benefiting from some of the latest technology available in their fields thanks to The Ohio University Foundation's 1804 Fund.

Bold new Web site caters to prospective students

All-star lineup assembled for Baker Peace Conference on terrorism

Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Certification Training to be held March 18

Tunnel 5 construction project is underway

WOUB and Shelburne Films documentary wins awards

Ohio prepares for MAC Wrestling Tournament (ohiobobcats.com)

University to offer two-day grant writing seminar March 4-5

Technology and language arts workshops for educators begin March 12 at Zanesville

Second Affirming Diversity panel scheduled for March 9

 

December 11, 2012
Tuesday
 Events, Announcements and Alerts
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Scalia Lab Extended Forecast
Event Fulbright info session
3-4 p.m., Baker Center Rm. 332
More info: clodfele@ohio.edu

Announcement Send a care package to Bobcats serving on active military duty
More info: boger@ohio.edu
 
Announcement Read letters from Captain Kuwik
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Wednesday

Announcement Keep up with the Provost search
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Event Fulbright info session
11 a.m.-noon, Baker Center Rm. 332
More info: clodfele@ohio.edu
 
Announcement Emergency closing policy
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Thursday

Event No Pressure-Free Blood Pressure Screening
noon-1 p.m., Baker Center Lobby
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Event Theater: "Three Sisters"
8 p.m., March 2-5 and 9-12, Forum Theater, RTVC Building
More info: 593-4800
 
Announcement Full listing of revised university policies
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