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The Ohio University Chillicothe Cultural Committee is dedicated to increasing community engagement through the presentation of arts, entertainment, educational and environmental events on the OHIO Chillicothe campus.

The Cultural Committee:

  • Provides opportunities for conversations on issues related to equity and diversity
  • Engages students, faculty, staff and the community on topics that enhance the cultural, intellectual and artistic life of the OHIO Chillicothe campus 
  • Breaks down boundaries and barriers between cultures to improve social and communication skills
  • Encourages students, faculty, staff and the community to participate in extracurricular activities that promote lifelong partnerships

Coming Event


"What Really Makes Us Healthy? Understanding the Social Factors that Impact Healthcare Access and Outcomes" 

A Panel Discussion

Open to the Public (A Virtual Event)

Date: Thursday, November 10
Time: 12 noon to 1:30 pm
Virtual: Microsoft TEAMS | private link via RSVP form
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Panelists include:

Loren Anthes - William C. and Elizabeth M. Treuhaft Chair in Health Planning, The Center for Community Solutions

Dr. Amy Headings - Director of Research and Nutrition, Mid-Ohio Food Collective

Johnna Miller - Community Health Worker, Ross County Health District

Angelina Hardiesty-Kelley -  Assistant Professor of Nursing, Ohio University Chillicothe 

Past Event


Don't miss this special Constitution Day talk presented by the OHIO Chillicothe Cultural Committee. This talk is free and open to the public!

Guest Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Bard, Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law 

Topic: "Constitutional and Legal Issues in Healthcare Settings"

Date: Monday, September 19
Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Format: Zoom Meeting

About this Constitution Day talk:

Professor Bard will speak on the topic of "Constitutional and Legal Issues in Healthcare Settings". Afterwards, she will take some time to answer student questions about the law school application process and life as a law school student. 
About Dr. Jennifer Bard:

Dr. Bard is a prolific and highly successful scholar in the disciplines of law, public health, and bioethics. She has published numerous articles and book chapters and frequently publishes op-eds in publications such as the Harvard Law School Bill of Health Blog, STAT, the Washington Post, and the New York Times.
Her research interests center around role of the U.S. Constitution in the health care system and the use of law as a tool for promoting a healthy, just, and fair society. Her most recent articles have looked at these issues in the context of inclusion of people with disabilities in human subject research, applying public health tools to the opioid overdose crisis, and developing standards for the ethical use of Artificial Intelligence in health care and other settings.

Dr. Jennifer Bard's Biography