|Ebony Bobcats plan, network, sip and boogie at annual event|
Ohio University’s Ebony Bobcat Network (EBN) hosted 180 attendees at their 5th Annual Breakfast Meeting and Dance on August 14-15 at The Manor of Euclid in Euclid, Ohio. The weekend’s events brought students, alumni and friends together to review EBN’s activities over the past year, and reconnect.
|OUAA appoints three new Board of Directors members|
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) is proud to announce the selection of three new board members. Central Ohioan Bryon H. Carley, New Philadelphia native Kyle W. Triplett and Julia B. Righter from Columbus began their terms on July 1, 2015. The OUAA Board of Directors is comprised of 28 OHIO graduates who uphold the association’s mission to connect, inform, serve and engage alumni with their alma mater.
|Alumni Association ends its Bobcat Family Reunion tour in Columbus|
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) hosted its final Bobcat Family Reunion event on June 4, gathering 250 members of the OHIO community in the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel. Throughout the spring and early summer, three 2014 Homecoming-themed reunions took place in Ohio’s three C’s: Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus. The events brought alumni together to celebrate their alma mater.
|The Promise Lives Campaign changes the face of Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine|
Thanks to the generosity of more than 1,800 alumni and friends, Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has exceeded its $123 million Promise Lives Campaign goal – ahead of schedule – and has grown from one campus to three. The Campaign, which continues though June 30, 2015, is securing an unprecedented level of financial support for the future of medical education in the state of Ohio.
|Ohio University women invited to gather for group photo|
Attention ALL women faculty and staff of Ohio University: Show off your Bobcat pride June 23 during a celebratory group photo of you and your gender peers! The mass portrait of OHIO women will appear as an online complement to the summer print edition of Ohio Today Magazine, themed “OHIO women.”
|Bobcats storm Athens for On The Green Weekend|
The final tally for this year’s On The Green Weekend— 650 strong. Alumni and friends travelled from across the country for the Ohio University Alumni Association’s second-annual spring Homecoming centered on academics and the arts, and there was something for everyone in Athens.
|Fifth annual Cruise In at the Convo raises funds to continue Marching 110 tradition|
Vintage automobile enthusiasts rolled into Ohio University’s Convocation Center parking lot, popped their hoods and stood back proudly as their exceptional vehicles were judged by friends, relatives and supporters of the Ohio University Marching Band Society of Alumni and Friends (OUMBSAF). The fifth annual Cruise In at the Convo, held by the Ohio University Alumni Varsity Band (AVB), raised $1,676.20 in support of OUMBSAF initiatives.
|Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine launches networking group for women|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has launched ohiowomen in medicine, a professional networking and mentoring group for Heritage College alumni, friends, students and employees. The Heritage College is the first to create an affiliate of Ohio University’s ohiowomen initiative, a program designed to help connect women with the university, students and each other
|Akron Association of Ohio University Women celebrates 75th Anniversary|
Alumnae will gather in Canton, Ohio, on May 16 in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Akron Association of Ohio University Women alumnae chapter with an afternoon of food, fun and history.
|Get Healthy with the Spring 2015 Ohio Today|
The edition explores some of the many diverse efforts in wellness that drive faculty, students, and alumni. Stories, visuals, and online extras explore pillars of overall well-being: physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional health.
|Theater alumnus earns Tony Award nomination|
Dale Ricardo Shields has been nominated for the inaugural Excellence in Theatre Education Award, which recognizes a K-12 theatre educator “who has demonstrated monumental impact on the lives of students and who embodies the highest standards of the profession.”