Stacy Leeman's painting, Book of Esther C5 will be on display at Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland, Oregon, from Sept. 26 to Oct. 20.
White House Roundtable
Greg Kessler has been invited to be a member of a roundtable on Technology for language learning hosted by the United States Department of State at the White House on Sept. 14.
Art Exhibition in Virginia
Stacy Leeman's painting Book of Esther P16 will be on display at the Fredericksburg Center for the Arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia from August 29-September 25
Stacy Leeman's painting Book of Esther W3 was invited to the Living Mark exhibition at Verum Ultimum gallery in Portland, Oregon.
Stacy Leeman to exhibit work
Stacy Leeman will exhibit three paintings at the Gadsden Art Association 57th annual Juried Show at the Gadsden Museum in Gadsden, Alabama.
Honor Society Induction
Kapil Bajaj was inducted in the engineering honor society Alpha Pi Mu (http://alphapimu.com/). Kapil Bajaj is a full-time employee of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, a graduate of the McClure School of Information & Telecommunication Systems and is currently pursuing a PhD in the Russ College of Engineering.
Stacy Leeman's painting book of Esther W1 will be on display at the Washington art Association National Juried exhibition from July 4-Aug. 1.
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Joe Carver and Laura Harrison write article about classism in higher education
Joe Carver, advising coordinator for eLearning OHIO, and Laura Harrison, assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Higher Education in the Patton College of Education, have collaborated on an article that was published in the research journal Equity & Excellence in Education. The article, titled “Critical Thinking Versus Vocationalism: A Matter of Class?,” explores how classist attitudes are shaping education.
While students from privileged backgrounds are encouraged to pursue a classical liberal arts education, students with low and middle incomes are directed to vocational training. Carver and Harrison researched historical examples and contemporary models to challenge the classism present in higher education.
Stacy Leeman's painting book of Esther C3 will be on display at the 28th Women's Works Exhibition at the Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock, Illinois. The exhibition opens on March 12 to May 2.
Stacy Leeman's painting book of Esther P12 will be on display at the Smallworks 38th Harper College National Juried Exhibition. The show will run March 2 to April 2.
Patrick Beatty named Treasurer for the Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (OACRAO)
Patrick Beatty, Ph.D., Associate University Registrar, has been elected to a two-year term as Treasurer for the Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (OACRAO). Founded in 1926, OACRAO is a nonprofit, voluntary professional education association of institutions of higher education in the State of Ohio. The mission of OACRAO is to provide professional development regarding best practices, standards, and guidelines in records management, admissions, enrollment management, administrative information technology, and student services to higher education officials in Ohio.
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Ohio University Eastern's Prather named MAA-Ohio Section President
John Prather, associate professor of mathematics and academic division coordinator at Ohio University Eastern, was recently elected president of the Ohio section of the Mathematical Association of America. The MAA is the largest professional society that focuses on mathematics accessible at the undergraduate level. Its members are mostly university and college faculty, but also includes high school teachers, college students, and mathematicians working in government, business, and industry. Prather's Ohio section has roughly 500 members based in Ohio and West Virginia.
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Graffiti Removal and Neighborhood Beautification
The Community Ambassador staff within the campus involvement center engages students in community service throughout the region. We are highlighting our graffiti removal and beautification project done on the stairs on Depot St. in Athens Ohio on Oct. 18.
The CA staff partnered with the City of Athens Targeting Area Graffiti team to address the stairs on Depot st. that connect W. Union St. to W. Washington St. The stairs area was badly overgrown , full of trash and stairs were covered in graffiti. CAs and students worked diligently on the project and the results are amazing. If you are interested in covering this story we have photos to share.
Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Awarded Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics designation
OUE’S Dr. Paula McMurray-Schwarz re-elected as VP of national organization
Paula McMurray-Schwarz, Ph.D., associate professor of early childhood education at Ohio University Eastern, has been elected to serve for a second consecutive term as Vice President for Membership in the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators (NAECTE). Her responsibilities as vice president will include the recruitment of new members, working with the data manager and treasurer to ensure accurate membership reports, and attending board meetings at two conferences each year.
Kapil Bajaj has been selected to receive the CSOHIMSS (Central & Southern Ohio Health and Information Management Systems Society)'s academic scholarship for non-traditional students for 2014-2015 year. He has been invited to attend the annual conference in Cincinnati on Friday, Oct 24 to receive the award.
Kapil Bajaj is a full-time employee of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, a graduate of the McClure School of Information & Telecommunication Systems and is currently pursuing a PhD in the Russ College of Engineering.
Stacy Leeman's painting Book of Esther W3 will be on display at the NOVAS 2014 at the Cultural Arts Council in Douglasville, Georgia.
Kevin Hales will be spending three months in Nigeria and Cameroon living in several cities, towns and villages collecting information on sign and symbol among the Igbo and Annang communities. He will be in western African until Jan. 9, 2015.
Great Lakes Small Works Exhibition at Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti, Mich.
University Registrar's office responds to challenge
The Office of the University Registrar accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge made by the Office of Student Financial Aid. The University Registrar's office has now challenged the other colleagues of Chubb Hall, OIT staff, and members of the Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
In addition, Registrar staff member, Tracy Galway ('93 & '03) is walking in the Columbus ALS Walk on September 21, in memory of the stepdad of another Ohio University alumna. The Walk benefits the Central and Southern Ohio ALS chapters, so the donations raised by the office will be donated to ALS through the walk fundraising by Galway.