|2016 Alumni Awards Gala|
The 76th annual Alumni Awards Gala honored 13 individuals whose outstanding professional achievements and service have made a significant impact on Ohio University.
|Journeys converge for Homecoming 2016|
Each fall, the electricity of Ohio University Homecoming weekend draws thousands of Bobcats from around the state of Ohio, the country, and the world, back to these bricks. Homecoming 2016, themed, “All Roads Lead Home,” was no exception.
|2016 Ohio University Homecoming parade scheduled for Saturday, October 8|
Ohio University’s 2016 Homecoming Parade will celebrate this year’s theme, “All Roads Lead Home,” with spirited floats, banners and displays representing both the OHIO and the surrounding community.
|Welcome to Black Alumni Reunion Sept. 15-18, 2016 [VIDEO]|
Built on partnership and collaboration – beginning with a planning committee comprising 11 alumni and one student and extending to college and campus partners – this weekend OHIO will host more than 500 alumni and friends in Athens during Black Alumni Reunion 2016.
|Ohio University mourns the passing of Kathryn D. Sowle|
The Ohio University community mourns the passing of Kathryn D. Sowle, former University first lady and wife of Ohio University’s 16th president, Claude R. Sowle. She was 84 years old.
|For Ohio University’s Master of Sports Administration alumni, NFL isn’t fantasy, it’s reality|
For Ohio University’s Master of Sports Administration alumni, NFL isn’t fantasy, it’s reality
|Two hearts give as one|
Starkey and Holtz met in Columbus through the Ohio University Young Alumni of Columbus, a subchapter of the OHIO Alumni Association’s Central Ohio Alumni Network. They wed in Athens this past June. But, true to their philanthropic nature, they replaced a traditional wedding registry with a request that guests support a scholarship endowment they established, the Holtz/Starkey Endowed Scholarship for Arts and Sciences.
|Celebrating 100 Years of the National Parks Service: Alum combines art and cartography across all 59 national parks|
When Karla Sanders came to Ohio University from Cincinnati to study art, she never imagined that she would fall in love with geography. But her undergraduate general education requirement in geography opened the door to a new world, and she quickly found herself uncovering the treasures of an interdisciplinary career in art and environment. Ultimately, she earned a Master’s of Science in Environmental Studies (MSES) degree from the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, along with master’s degrees in geography and cartography.
|Alumna travels world to benefit others|
Reagan, a 1978 graduate of the Scripps College of Communication, trekked the 500-mile El Camino de Santiago in Sept. 2012. The journey is a network of mountainous routes across Spain and Europe that leads to the tomb of the apostle St. James in northwestern Spain. As she prepares to repeat the trek in Sept. 2016, she reflects on her first journey, which raised funds and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related conditions.
|Multicultural Greek organizations celebrate milestones, reflect on legacy|
Three Ohio University multicultural greek organizations celebrated milestone anniversaries during the 2015-16 academic year. Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Psi Lambda and Kappa Alpha Psi commemorated landmark years with alumni-filled events. Current and former Greek members reflected on their chapters’ milestones and the legacies they leave behind.
|Bobcat lands an Olympic scheduling feat|
If you’re one of the 5 billion people around the world estimated to be watching the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, chances are you’ve watched a broadcast transmission scheduled thanks, in part, to Ohio University alumnus Jamie Stutz.