A host of New Student Receptions are scheduled in the Ohio region to welcome new Bobcats. Plan to attend one near you!
Join us in Cornelius, N.C. on Aug. 22 for the 21st Annual OU/OSU Lake Norman Picnic. Enjoy good food and share OHIO memories!
Grab your shoes and head out on the Greenwich Village Walking Tour, Aug. 29 at 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in NYC.
More August events
OHIO volunteers empower Ugandan youth
Volunteer efforts on the Ohio University campus have enabled the education of more than 2,000 disadvantaged Ugandan youth through the Empower Campaign, a nonprofit organization that raises money by selling hand-crafted beaded jewelry at Baker University Center. Last year, the growing student organization raised more than $50,000 in campaign donations, under the leadership of Andria Sherrow, assistant director of Ohio University's Institute for the African Child.
OHIO swimmers earn academic recognition
Five members of the Ohio University swimming & diving team were recently honored as Collegiate Swim Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Americans. Rising senior Chelsey Bower received first-team recognition, while rising junior Rachel Heim, departing senior Ashley Marion, rising junior Amanda Traylor and departing senior Carine Vieira de Souza earned honorable mention status.
Sociologist paints new portrait of gun collectors
While some sociologists argue that guns appeal to many collectors for their masculine symbolism, “no one has really explored that,” says Ohio University researcher Jimmy Taylor. Taylor, a sociologist who specializes in masculinity studies, started investigating the world of gun collectors. In his new book, “American Gun Culture: Collectors, Shows, and the Story of the Gun,” he discovers that gun owners have a much more complex relationship with their weapons than popular culture portrays.
Students gain experience in global business
Now in its eighth summer, the College of Business Global Competitiveness Program has brought 27 MBA students and 158 GCP undergraduate students to its nine locations throughout the globe.
Business majors Andrew Rubinstein and Bryan Rothenberg, collaborated with students at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology to improve a performance evaluation system for a business incubator in China.
Read the latest from OHIO Athletics
Click here to read the latest Bobcat news, including the newly released football game times and an update to OhioBobcats.com!
The Marching 110 heads west!
In case you haven't heard, the Marching 110 will be making its first appearance at the 2010 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., on New Year's Day. The 110 was selected from hundreds of applicants as one of 20 participating bands -- it's a great opportunity to show the West Coast what the Bobcats are all about!
Follow the excitement of this season by becoming a fan on
Facebook, and join your fellow alumni
in supporting the band's trip.
Return 'home' for a Homecoming Weekend Getaway!
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You’re invited to join thousands of fellow Bobcats for a trip down memory lane as you return "home" to Athens and Ohio University homecoming weekend.
For your convenience, we have packaged together various accommodations, parking, football tickets, select meals, and much more. Please see package details here, including the upgraded VIP Bobcat offerings!
Program recruits minority business leaders
In its sixth year, the Junior Executive Business Program for Diverse Students annually provides minority high school students from across the state with an eight-day hands-on business experience through Ohio University's College of Business. This year’s program, which took place June 20 through June 27, marked the highest turn-out to-date and the graduation of three of Ohio University's original Junior Executives. Click here to watch video highlights from this year’s program.
WOUB participating in online PBS Digital Learning Library
Ohio University’s WOUB is one of 12 initial Public Broadcasting Service stations participating in the PBS Digital Learning Library.
The online library, expected to open open in late fall or early winter, will consist of video, audio, images, games and interactive simulations for preK-12 classrooms, but it also will be free to the public.
WOUB radio is also celebrating its 60th birthday. In 1949, WOUI-FM (precursor to WOUB-FM) signed on the air as the first FM station on any Ohio campus, and the third in the nation.
Follow your Alumni Association on Twitter!
We're using the micro-blogging service Twitter to share news and updates about Ohio University. Follow the Alumni Associaton at
http://twitter.com/OHIOAlumni. If you're new to Twitter, take a look at the Getting Started guide.
Already familiar with Twitter? We're inviting alumni to use the
#OHIOalumni hashtag and tweet about life as an Ohio University grad! Search posts for Ohio University alumni hashtag #OHIOalumni.
Amy Hollis '96 has been a dedicated volunteer for the Greater Cleveland Chapter Network for many years. She works diligently to connect the numerous chapters in the Northeast Ohio region by regularly attending and promoting their events and activities as well as the traditional events hosted by her chapter.
Amy is a valuable member of the Leaders Advisory Council, thanks to her strong ideas and passion for OHIO and the association.