Join us in Columbus for the Central Ohio Alumni Chapter's centennial celebration! The event will take place Nov. 4, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Darby House in Galloway.
Cheer on the Bobcats during the OHIO vs. Buffalo football game in a city near you, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. Game watches will be held in Atlanta, Columbus, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., and Massachusetts!
The Marching 110 will perform at the Ohio Theater in Columbus on Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. Order your tickets today!
More November events
Bobcat wins Nobel Prize
Ohio University alumnus Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan, Ph.D. '76, has received a 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on the function of ribosomes.
"Dr. Ramakrishnan's work is paying forward in ways that are saving lives around the world,” said President Roderick J. McDavis, “I can think of no greater example of fulfilling The Promise of Ohio University."
Alumnus on 'The Today Show'
OHIO alumnus and iconic photographer, Herman Leonard '47, was recently featured on NBC's "Today Show" to discuss his free exhibit, "In The Best Possible Light: Herman Leonard's Jazz." Leonard's exhibit will run through February 14, 2010 at Lincoln Center in New York City.
WOUB celebrates 60 years
The WOUB Radio Network celebrated its 60th anniversary during Homecoming weekend, Oct. 16-18. Former staff and students gathered to celebrate the anniversary with a reception and tour of the station on Friday evening, which featured photos and memorabilia from throughout WOUB Radio's history. The station began transmitting programs to dorms on the Ohio University campus in 1946 for six hours each day, playing live music, breaking news reports and radio dramas.
Avionics leader receives top honor
Richard H. McFarland, director emeritus of the Avionics Engineering Center and professor emeritus of electrical engineering, received the President's Citation of Merit Award at the Air Traffic Controllers Association (ATCA) conference Monday in Washington, D.C. The award recognizes his more than 40 years of research and development in aircraft navigation and landing systems that have promoted air travel safety and dependability worldwide.
First class of pre-nursing students begins coursework
The Athens campus welcomed its first class of pre-nursing students this fall, which will go on to become the bachelor of science in nursing Class of 2013. It is the only four-year BSN degree program in southeast Ohio. The 207 students are all taking Nursing 101 this fall, titled clinical judgment, which covers nursing ethics, standards, law and critical thinking.
"Traveling Through Time 2009" was a great Homecoming weekend at Ohio University filled with events, celebrations and a win against Miami! We thank all of our alumni for an awesome turnout and hope to see everyone again next year.
Did you attend? We want to hear all about it! Click here to take a quick survey and receive a 20 percent discount from the Bobcat Store. Your feedback will help shape planning and events for future weekends.
Weren’t able to make it back? We missed you! Click here to take a quick survey about what would bring you back to campus, and receive a 20 percent discount from the Bobcat Store. Visit www.ohioalumni.org/homecoming to check out photos and videos from the weekend.
OHIO named Center of Excellence in Energy
Gov. Ted Strickland announced last week that Ohio University has been named a Center of Excellence in Energy and the Environment. The designation recognizes the institution’s state and national reputation for energy and pollution research, as well as its potential to create jobs in the field.
The area of energy and the environment encompasses the research of more than 30 faculty and staff members at Ohio University. Current research focuses on the production and delivery of energy and fuels, as well as the monitoring and control of the air and water pollution that results from fuel production.
Keep up with OHIO happenings using Facebook!
The Ohio University Alumni Association has a new Facebook application! Click here and explore the "OU Alumni Connections" application.
allows seamless access to event registration, searching and contacting classmates and sharing your resume, without ever leaving
What if The Ohio University Foundation and your Alumni Association earned a donation every time you searched the Internet? Or how about if a percentage of every purchase you made online went to support our cause? Well, now it can!
GoodSearch.com is a Yahoo-powered search engine that donates half its advertising revenue, about a penny per search, to the charities its users designate. Use it just as you would any search engine, get quality search results from Yahoo, and watch the donations add up!
And if you download the GoodSearch - Ohio University Foundation and Alumni Association toolbar, our cause will earn money every time you search online -- even if you forget to go to GoodSearch first!
Angela Eddings '94, '98 is a dedicated alumna of Ohio University, which she refers to as "the best school in Ohio." Currently a teacher for the Columbus City Schools at Africentric Early College, she has encouraged 10 former students to attend Ohio University based on her love of the school and the stories she would share with her English classes. "I love OU and am very proud of the quality of African American students I help attend the university," Angela said.
"Angela is committed to supporting undergraduate students as they strive to reach their educational and personal goals," said Melanie L. Hayden, Ph.D., Interim Director, Undergraduate Admissions. We are especially grateful to her for assisting us with the recruitment of future generations of Bobcats."
Angela is also part of the Volunteer Alumni Admissions
Network. VAAN volunteers help prospective OHIO students make good
higher education choices. To learn more about VAAN and how to get
involved, visit our web site at http://www.ohioalumni.org/vaan.
Keep Ohio University beautiful!
The Phone-a-Thon is all about supporting students, faculty, programs, and our beautiful campuses. The staff roll up their sleeves and volunteer to keep Ohio University beautiful in the latest installment of "The Phone-a-Thon" -- a "mockumentary" series that takes a lighthearted look at the lives of four student callers.
Watch the newest episode today! Do you think Liz knew about those bees?