|Could 'Doctor Who' Time Travel Really Work?|
Fans of the British science-fiction television program "Doctor Who" may wonder how time travel could possibly work. Dr. Zach Meisel, Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy, provides a physicist’s perspective on what would be necessary if the stuff of science fiction were possible. What conditions would be necessary to travel through space and time?
|Masson awarded grant from American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund|
Dr. Eric Masson, Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, was awarded a two-year grant for $110,000 from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund in March 2016 to study the encapsulation of hydrocarbons into Cucurbiturils, a family of hollow pumpkin-shaped molecules that the Masson group has been investigating since 2008.
|Mock Trial Team headed to regional competition in February|
The Ohio University Mock Trial Team has been assigned to compete in a regional tournament of the American Mock Trial Association in Columbus, Ohio, on Feb. 11-12, 2017.
|Service Awards given to outstanding OUC students impacting local community|
OUC students honored during Heritage Day celebration for service to community.
|Grad students build communication that stretches beyond borders|
Phally Ngoeum, a graduate student from Cambodia, believes in the power of communication. Connecting with people is one reason that she values Oral Communication in Graduate Studies (ELIP 5300). This 3-credit hour class gives her a platform to voice her opinion.
|OUC’s Trube announced as Regional Campus Outstanding Professor Award Recipient for 2016|
Dr. Barbara Trube has been announced as RHE's Outstanding Professor for 2016.
|An update regarding budget planning for FY18|
The purpose of this message is to provide an update to the University community about our budget planning efforts for fiscal year 2018 (FY18) to-date and what to expect from the process through the remainder of the FY17 fiscal year.
|Graduate student finds success covering Columbus Blue Jackets, earns NHL credentials|
Master of Arts student Sean Merz, who is studying English literature at Ohio University, has found a way to combine his love for language and his passion for hockey.
|Plant Biology Garden fennel goes to Pork and Pickles|
Produce from the Plant Biology Learning Gardens has found its way into yet another local business.
|Proposals sought for 'Perfecting Pedagogical Practices' conference|
The English Department announces a call for papers for the Second Annual Graduate Student Pedagogy Conference at Ohio University: Perfecting Pedagogical Practices.
|New faculty Daniel Moak focuses in race and politics|
Dr. Daniel Moak has joined Ohio University as Assistant Professor of African American Studies. He is also a new Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Law, Justice & Culture.
|Aligning the observatory telescope with polar axis of Earth|
Mike Myers, a Mechanical System Technician from Physics & Astronomy visited the Ohio University Observatory construction site recently to take measurements to position Ohio University’s refurbished 10-inch Fecker telescope during installation and use.
|Chemistry & Biochemistry welcomes new faculty member, Jessica White|
Dr. Jessica White has been enjoying getting to know the students in class and around campus this semester.
|Chemistry & Biochemistry welcomes new faculty member, Travis White|
Dr. Travis White was drawn to the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department by a recent graduate who loved her experience here.
|Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. poster contest ¦ entries due Jan. 11|
All Ohio University students along with Athens middle and high school students are invited to enter the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. poster contest, "A Matter of Legacy: Creative Arts as Activism."
|CLJC, Castellano receive Ohio State Bar Foundation grants|
Two Ohio University programs have been awarded grants by the Ohio State Bar Foundation. Dr. Ursula Castellano, Associate Professor of Sociology, was awarded a grant from the Ohio State Bar Foundation to finish a video project on Veterans Treatment Courts. Larry Hayman, Pre-Law Advisor and Specialist for the Center for Law, Justice & Culture, was awarded a grant for the center's Summer Law & Trial Institute.
|A gift to OHIO from an uncommon alumna|
A gift to OHIO from an uncommon alumna
|Off campus access to MyHR returns; new login requirement will help thwart scammers|
Starting Dec. 7, employees can turn multi-factor authentication on for MyHR and access it from off-campus.
|ISU panel discusses local efforts to match UN Sustainability Goals|
Ohio University’s International Student Union (ISU) celebrated United Nations Day on Oct. 24 by hosting a panel discussion on the UN’s newly developed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
|Tanaka-OHIO Award winner Tadashi Shiozawa visits Athens Campus|
Chubu University Professor Tadashi Shiozawa returned to Ohio University in November to deliver a lecture on cross cultural communication, meet with students and be honored for his work in international education.
|Home grown giving: Dean of Students’ philanthropy had modest start|
Jenny Hall-Jones had humble beginnings at Ohio University, and so did her philanthropy.
|A Q&A with OHIO Hockey Coach Sean Hogan|
Hogan was recently named head coach of the U.S. Men’s National University Team.
|Campus Rec launching new Spring Wellness Series|
The bi-monthly series, which begins in February, will focus on a different aspect of health in each workshop.
|Fall Commencement cap and gown distribution set for Dec. 7-10|
Ohio University’s Event Services will be coordinating cap and gown distribution for Fall Commencement Dec. 7-10 in the Amanda J. Cunningham Leadership Center on the third floor of Baker University Center.
|OUPD shares safety tips for winter break|
Whether you reside in one of our residence halls or in an off-campus house or apartment, as you are preparing to leave for winter break, please keep in mind crime prevention and safety for your residence while you're gone.
|OHIO Hockey to host Appreciation Weekend on Dec. 9 and 10|
OHIO Hockey will host an appreciation of police, fire, EMS, nurses and teachers during its Dec. 9 and 10 series against Robert Morris University-Illinois.
|College of education, engineering and technology collaborate to teach kids STEM skills|
For the past two years, students in Sara Hartman’s EDEC 3500 course and students in Neil Littell’s ETM 3010 course collaborated to design a variety of interactive, hands-on learning exhibits meant for informal learning settings.
|iCUE Spotlight: Dec. 5-11, 2016|
iCUE Spotlight highlights what's happening this week at Ohio University,
taken from the official OHIO Calendar of University Events. This week, #FinalsbyAlden events, the SMART Dialogue Series fall finale and Fall Commencement!
|Alumni Answers: Ryan Ellis, Google|
From Copeland to Google, alumnus Ryan Ellis reconnected with us to reflect on his experience as a #BusinessBobcat
|Business Bobcats seize the opportunity to learn from digital marketing leaders|
Digital Marketing and Sales Strategies students attend HubSpot’s INBOUND 2016 conference in Boston.
|OHIO’s Department of Sports Administration shares accolades and vision with University Board of Trustees|
Department of Sports Administration students meet with Ohio University's Board of Trustees at OU Inn luncheon
|Olympic gold medalist empowers business students to take on professional leadership roles|
OHIO Head Swimming and Diving Coach and 2004 Olympic gold medalist Rachel Komisarz-Baugh discusses empowerment techniques with Strategic Leadership and Management students.
|Brown bag event gives students helpful tips for self-care before finals|
As Finals Week approached, students, staff and community members packed tightly into the Ohio University Women’s Center on Dec. 1 for a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn on self-care.
|Ohio University Central Receiving to close Dec. 21 – Jan. 3|
Ohio University's Central Receiving and Warehouse area will be closed from Dec. 21, 2016 through Jan. 3, 2017.
|EDA awards Voinovich School $144K in funding to impact regional economic development|
The Economic Development Administration (EDA) recently awarded Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs $144,000 to advance regional economic development, while identifying rising industries in Appalachia to retrain workers in declining industries — such as coal mining — to fill those jobs.
|The Future of Environmental Politics and Communication|
Since the results of the 2016 United States presidential election, many students at Ohio University are concerned about the direction of their future careers. Conversations in environmental studies classes in particular have left students "clamoring for more" -- more spaces and more opportunities to openly discuss what the future may hold for those pursuing a career in environmental services under a Trump Administration.
|Auditions for Ohio University Lancaster theatre’s "The Fantasticks" announced|
Ohio University Lancaster Theatre announces auditions for "The Fantasticks" in the Wagner Theatre on Monday, December 12, 2016 for the upcoming spring production.
|Donatos gives a good pizza, and a good presentation|
Donatos Pizza exemplifies the meaning of their name—to give a good thing—not only through their food, but through their commitment to dignity and respect to their customers and communities, a founding family member told a group of Ohio University students recently.
|Hunger strikes a win at Startup Weekend Athens|
Hunger and hacked are not typically positive words, but for the winning team at Startup Weekend Athens host by the Ohio University Innovation Center, those words procured a brilliant startup idea.
|Football's Tarell Basham accepts invite to Reese's Senior Bowl|
The Resse’s Senior Bowl announced Monday that Ohio University defensive end Tarell Basham accepted an invitation to compete at the event in 2017.
|Bus packages offered to Dollar General Bowl|
Ohio Athletics is offering a bus trip for fans to attend the game and experience Alabama. The travel package is $50 for current students, and $150 for the general public.