|Bobcat Hockey announces ticket prices, promotions for 2015-16 season|
The Ohio University Hockey Team will take the ice at Bird Arena 25 times this season, and Bobcat fans now have the opportunity to purchase individual tickets and season ticket packages online for all Bobcat home games.
|Care packages for freshmen now available through The Bobcat Store|
For incoming freshman students, the first few weeks of college are a whirlwind of meeting new people, attending classes and being away from home. Thanks to The Bobcat Store and the Ohio University Student Alumni Board (SAB), Welcome Care Packages provide students with a warm welcome to the Bobcat family.
|Getting to know Kerri Griffin, EOA assistant director|
Compass sat down with Kerri Griffin, assistant director in EOA, to discuss her role and responsibilities in helping employee members of the University community.
|Heritage College ovarian cancer cell research project receives $12,000 from Baker Fund|
A research project investigating ovarian cancer cell activity conducted by an Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty member is one of six proposals that received more than $56,000 in total from the spring cycle of the university’s Baker Fund.
|Southern Campus goes tobacco-free|
Effective Aug. 1, 2015, Ohio University Southern implemented its tobacco-free initiative, which applies to all property owned, leased or shared by the campus.
|Southern Campus holds annual leadership retreat|
Ohio University Southern Campus’ leadership team gathered at the Proctorville Center on July 30 and 31 for its annual leadership retreat.
|Bobcats, Solich embark on offseason of changes|
After a disappointing 6-6 campaign in 2014, Frank Solich, is entering his 11th season at the helm of the Ohio football program. He sought advice from coaches across the nation in an effort to aid what ailed the program last season.
|Data visualization experts to teach free professional development workshop|
Faculty and staff are invited to learn the secrets of the power of data visualization from two of the most respected practitioners in the world during a free Ohio University “Visualize It” professional development day on Friday, August 21 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. in Baker Center Ballroom A.
|Malinski Wins Prestigious Grande Medaille d’Or in Paris|
Dr. Tadeusz Malinski, Ohio University's Marvin White Chair and Distinguished Professor, was awarded with the Grand Gold Medal by the Society of Arts-Sciences-Letters (ASL) in Paris, France.
|PURF announces guideline changes for 2015-16 student research and creative activity funding|
Workshops to be held Sept. 1 and 2 in Alden Library.
|Summer 2015 Ohio Today Celebrates Women|
Summer 2015 Ohio Today Celebrates Women
|What students, parents need to know about move-in weekend|
More than 8,400 students and their parents will transition from home life to college life in Athens during Ohio University’s move-in weekend starting on Thursday, Aug. 20.
|Film professor honored with '50 Years' Award|
Rajko Grlić, Ohio Eminent Scholar in Film, was presented the “50 Years” Award at the Motovun Film Festival, which took place from July 25 to July 29 in the village of Motovun, Croatia.
|Housing and Residence Life boasts new name, new location and historic numbers|
Ohio University's Department of Housing and Residence Life is ushering in a new academic year with a new name, a new central office, four new residence halls and some historic housing numbers.
|Ohio University Southern visits 119th Scioto County Fair|
Representatives from Ohio University Southern are venturing out to the 119th Scioto County Fair this week, Aug. 10-15, inviting new recruits to ‘Get on Board’ with Ohio University Southern.
|Ohio University seeks public comments for accreditation evaluation|
Ohio University is seeking comments from the public about the University in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.
|Ohio University, City of Athens to celebrate the opening of Bobcat Lane Aug. 18|
Members of the campus and Athens communities are invited to join Ohio University and the City of Athens to celebrate the opening of Bobcat Lane on the OHIO campus at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 18.
|Research Division offers fall workshops, funding opportunities for faculty and staff|
The Research Division will offer several workshops in September to help Ohio University faculty and staff learn about how to apply for funding opportunities with the Ohio University Research Committee (OURC), Baker Fund and Konneker Fund for Learning and Discovery.
|Student battles cancer and medical bills in pursuit of degree|
Ohio University junior Katharine "Rina" Welch had her life changed forever during her freshman year when she went to the emergency room with severe abdominal pain. That marked the beginning of her lifelong battle against cancer.
|Distinguished African scholar to visit Ohio University|
Professor Francis Beng Nyamnjoh of the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, will spend the month of September visiting Ohio University's Center for International Studies and the School of Media Arts and Studies for teaching, lecturing and imagining creative partnerships with OHIO faculty.
|OHIO named one of 14 Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs|
Ohio University is one of 14 universities throughout the country to receive the designation, which recognizes divisions of student affairs for their commitment to workplace diversity, equitable staffing practices, and supportive work environments.
|Faculty, staff invited to attend 2015 convocation|
In honor of the start of the 2015-2016 academic year, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis has invited all University faculty and staff to attend the annual Faculty and Staff Convocation.
|Lancaster Campus Instructional Librarian/Instructional Designer published in ALAO blog|
Ohio University Lancaster Instructional Librarian/Instructional Designer Paul Clayton Campbell is giving his colleagues advice on how to face their fears and try new things in a recently published article called “The Dark German Forest of Library Instruction.”
|Nominations open for 2015 Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship|
The Vice President for Research and Creative Activity is soliciting nominations for the 2015 Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship.
|Ohio University named one of America’s Greenest Universities by Sierra Club|
Ohio University has been identified as one of America’s Greenest Universities by Sierra Club. The list, which was announced on Aug. 11, rates institutions based on performance in the following areas: co-curricular, energy, investments, food, innovation, academics, planning, purchasing, transportation, waste and water.
|Students learn life lessons during inaugural Navajo Nation trip [PHOTOS]|
Eight Ohio University faculty, staff and students visited the Navajo Nation reservation in Tuba City, Arizona, for two weeks this summer in a new Office of Global Opportunities program titled "Cultural Immersion with the Navajo Nation."
|University mourns Southern Campus Fine Arts student|
Southern Campus student Bonnie Gay Clay died at her home in Ironton on Aug. 9. She was majoring in fine arts.
|A message from President McDavis regarding fall commencement|
The following message from President Roderick J. McDavis regarding the decision to implement a fall commencement ceremony was sent to Ohio University faculty and staff on Aug. 18, 2015.
|Athens Area Mediation Service offers free fall training sessions|
he Athens Area Mediation Service is sponsoring an intensive training in mediation skills, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Sept. 23, 30 and Oct. 7, 14, 21. The five-session training is free for people affiliated with Ohio University.
|Campus Involvement Center, Campus Rec offering a slew of activities fall semester|
From the Performing Arts and Concert Series to Intramural Sports, Ohio University's Campus Involvement Center and Campus Rec offer students a plethora of opportunities to nurture their minds and bodies and to engage in the OHIO experience.
|How a graduate student is using engineering and medical skills to help people with Type 1 diabetes|
Biomedical engineering student LaDonya Jackson and endocrinologists in the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine are testing the effectiveness of a new diagnostic tool.
|Patience Munjeri, Mbira Dziva to perform Aug. 28 in Grover Center|
Patience Munjeri, virtuoso mbira player from Zimbabwe, will perform Aug. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Grover Center Atrium and will hold a demonstration class on Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. in the Front Room Coffeehouse in Baker University Center. Both of these events will be free and open to the public.
|Southern Campus’ director of electronic media pens book|
Don Moore, associate professor and director of Ohio University Southern's electronic media program, has released a book on David E. Carter, a small-town kid who became known both nationally and internationally in the creative media world.
|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.
|Faculty/Staff Meal Plans available for the 2015-2016 academic year|
Faculty and staff can purchase meal plans for the upcoming school year. These options are tailored to the needs of faculty/staff and provide added flexibility in daily food choices.
|It's time to use the CUE|
Add your OHIO events to the University's official Calendar of University Events! The CUE will make the switch to updated functionality with Active Calendar soon but all data from the current system will be migrated.
|LINKS Pre-Matriculation program prepares multicultural students for success|
A school-record 505 first-year students and 90 peer mentors participated in the annual LINKS Pre-Matriculation program this year, breaking last year's record mark of 448 students.
|Lancaster Campus Imagine Your Possibilities: Gatehouse Media CEO Kirk Davis|
The chief executive officer of Gatehouse Media took classes at Ohio University Lancaster in the early 1980s. Gatehouse Media recently purchased the Columbus Dispatch.
|New method to identify expense (AP) reimbursement accounts for direct deposit|
A change has been made in My Personal Information that makes it easier for employees to identify the direct deposit account to be used when receiving Accounts Payable (AP) reimbursements for expenses.
|OHIO, Athens communities invited to grand opening, ribbon-cutting for new residence halls|
Members of the Ohio University and Athens communities are invited to a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for Phase I of OHIO's Housing Development Plan, which will begin at 3 p.m. Aug. 29 at the new Living Learning Center. A special student celebration is planned that evening.
|President gives Class of 2019 a rousing welcome during First-Year Convocation|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis gave the Class of 2019 a rousing welcome during the annual President’s Convocation for First-Year Students on Sunday afternoon. The president told the 4,675 first-year students it seemed like yesterday when he was a freshman living in Lincoln Hall.
|Printmaking professor garners international recognition|
Printmaking professor Art Werger was recently recognized with the Grand Prize at the third biennial International Mezzotint Festival in Ekaterinburg, Russia, a printmaking festival, exhibiting artists from all over the world.
|2015 Alumni Awards recipients announced|
2015 Alumni Awards recipients announced
|HVAC improvements underway at Southern Campus|
Contractors have started in full force on improvements to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in the Collins and Riffe Centers on Ohio University’s Southern Campus.
|Information session to explore OHIO’s new student preferred name policy|
A brown bag information session designed to raise awareness about and answer questions related to Ohio University's new student preferred name policy will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in Baker University Center 240/242.
|Kiel joins Ohio University Zanesville leadership team|
An enrollment management, student affairs and student success expert, Gerald “Jerry” Kiel comes to Ohio University Zanesville with more than three decades of experience at public colleges and universities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina.
|Largest class on record welcomed by College of Business at Freshman Convocation|
Faculty, staff, students, and an alumna speaker all the way from Chicago alike gathered at Nelson Commons to properly welcome the 614-person College of Business Class of 2019 this Saturday, August 22.
|Multicultural Student Expo is Thursday|
The Ohio University Office for Diversity and Inclusion will host the Multicultural Student Expo at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.
|Nominations sought for 2015 Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement|
The Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement recognize faculty, staff and alumni for their outstanding contributions to international education, global competency, cultural understanding and/or international programs at Ohio University or in their fields or disciplines.
|Southern Campus staff participate in 3D modeling training|
Staff from the nursing, art, electronic media and computer services departments at Ohio University Southern recently participated in a three-day training program for the campus’ new 3D print module.
|The 1804 Fund awards 12 new education and research initiatives|
On June 5, The Grants and Funding Committee of the Ohio University Foundation resolved to award $368, 218 from the 1804 Fund to invest in five new graduate/faculty initiatives and seven undergraduate learning proposals.
|University College, Libraries debut online OHIO history project|
University College and University Libraries are proud to debut “An Introduction to Ohio University,” a web-based, multi-media project that documents the University’s rich and distinct history – from its humble beginnings in the wilderness of the Ohio Country through its post-World War II rise to prominence.
|Dip In with New 1-Credit Themes in Action Courses|
Students looking for a 1-credit course this semester can dip into one of the university's themes with a CAS 1300x Themes in Action course.
|Fall tobacco cessation classes will begin for OHIO employees and students|
Ohio University continues to show support for those interested in quitting their tobacco use with upcoming tobacco cessation classes this fall.
|First Data Visualization Professional Development Day a success|
he first Data Visualization Professional Development Day was held on Friday, August 21 with a crowd of over 60 in attendance from departments across the University.
|His Story Includes a Well-Stamped Passport|
James Gresock '15 came to Ohio University in the the fall of 2011 expecting to study athletic training. All it took was a few classes and trips around the world to entirely change his life plan.
|Holroyd receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Headache Society|
Dr. Kenneth Holroyd, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in Psychology at Ohio University, received the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Headache Society.
|Jones named Samuel and Susan Crowl Professor in English Literature|
Dr. Paul C. Jones is the new Samuel and Susan Crowl Professor in English Literature at Ohio University.
|Lancaster Campus blood drive will be held in honor of Merry Lee Walters|
Lancaster Campus blood drive will be held in honor of Merry Lee Walters
|New features coming to Catmail on the web|
Microsoft will be introducing some improvements and adding some new features starting as soon as Sep. 1.
|OHIO trustees hear updates on budget|
At meetings on the Ohio University Dublin Campus, University officials updated the OHIO Board of Trustees on the final state budget and how that will shape institution-wide planning efforts moving forward.
|Ohio University celebrates new medical school campus in northeast Ohio|
Hundreds of friends, partners and supporters joined Ohio University and its Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine on Saturday, Aug. 22, to celebrate the college’s new campus in northeast Ohio.
|Ohio University moves to single-stream recycling|
This year, the Ohio University community will find recycling on campus is easier than ever as OHIO moves to single-stream, mixed recycling processes.
|Ohio Volleyball 2015 season preview|
The Mid-American Conference's preeminent program is ready to chase another championship in 2015. The Bobcats have qualified for the NCAA Championship nine of the past 12 years and have won a MAC title in 11 of the past 12 seasons.
|President McDavis delivers State of the University|
On Wednesday, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis delivered his annual State of the University address to faculty and staff at the Margaret M. Walter Hall Rotunda. Below is a transcript of his remarks.
|President McDavis reflects upon the Ohio University experience during annual Faculty and Staff Convocation|
Opening his remarks with a heartfelt letter from the parent of a prospective student, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis asked faculty and staff to reflect upon what makes OHIO a special place to be during the 2015 Faculty and Staff Convocation in Margaret M. Walter Hall Wednesday.