Compass Archives

Apr 1, 2011
Hugh Bloemer memorial service is April 9
A memorial service for Ohio University Associate Professor Emeritus of Geography Hubertus L. "Hugh" Bloemer will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 9, in Ohio University's Galbreath Chapel.

WOUB search Civil War's 150 year-old local past
WOUB Producers Pat Henderson and Stephanie Denzel take a look at letters written by two Southeast Ohioans during the Civil War.

Word on the Street: Earth Month
April is traditionally celebrated as Earth Month. In this edition of Word on the Street, Caleigh Bourgeois asked Ohio University students how they celebrate Earth Month and how they go green.

University to receive nearly $900,000 in federal funds
Voinovich School to receive $894,358 in federal funds to spur small business growth in 19 southeastern Ohio counties.

Open forums with government relations candidates to be streamed
Open forms with candidates for Ohio University’s director of government relations position at will be streamed live on the online over a two-day period.

Apr 4, 2011
Atul Gawande chosen as 2011 undergraduate commencement speaker
Ohio University has named Dr. Atul Gawande as the 2011 undergraduate commencement speaker. He will speak at two ceremonies at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 11.

D.J. Cooper earns All-America awards
Ohio sophomore guard D.J. Cooper was recently named an All-American by online publications and

Open forums announced for Vice President for University Advancement candidates
On Monday, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent an e-mail to the entire OHIO community announcing the final two candidates for the position of vice president for university advancement and the when open forums would be.

Great job Deb Pack!
Deb Pack, administrative associate in the Department of Social Work, is the January Classified Employee of the Month.

WOUB; OHIO students bring home Mark of Excellence awards
WOUB and Ohio University students brought home Region 4 Mark of Excellence awards from the Society of Professional Journalists during the annual conference held April 1 – 2 in Erlanger, Ky.

Microbiology conference convenes at OHIO
The Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine hosts this year’s annual spring meeting of the Ohio Branch of the American Society for Microbiology (OBASM).

Apr 5, 2011
Classified Development Program to start new cohort in the fall
Preparations for a new and improved Classified Professional Development Program (CDP) beginning this fall are underway.

Ohio University mourns Bari Watkins, former Lancaster campus dean
Bari Watkins’s love of teaching, her energy, humor, and her community involvement are remembered as Ohio University’s Lancaster campus, the entire University and community mourn her passing. Watkins, 64, succumbed to pancreatic cancer on Saturday.

Senior fuels passion for Southeast Asia through Gilman Scholarship
Through programs such as the Gilman Scholarship, students are getting opportunities to offset the costs of their experiences abroad – especially when it comes to destinations that are off the beaten path.

First annual Alden Open mini golf tournament coming April 15
Hosted by golfing enthusiast and library namesake Vernon Alden, the first annual Alden Open will transform the Athens campus library into a fully functional 18-hole miniature golf course.

Apr 6, 2011
Open forums with vice president for university advancement candidates to be streamed live
The open forums with candidates for the position of vice president for university advancement will be streamed live online.

ERIP/VESP deadlines extended
On Wednesday, Ohio University Chief Human Resource Officer Linda Lonsinger sent an e-mail to all OHIO employees regarding the deadlines for participation in the Voluntary Early Separation Plans (VESP) and Early Retirement Incentive Plans (ERIP).

Civil engineering professor receives industry honor
Russ Professor Shad Sargand was awarded the William W. "Bill" Baker Award by Flexible Pavements of Ohio (FPO) at the organization's annual meeting in March.

Former Ohio University Without Boundaries director honored at conference
The Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association (OCHEA) presented Muriel Ballou, former director of Ohio University Without Boundaries, the Order of Lifelong Learning in Ohio Award at the its annual conference, March 23-25, in Dublin, Ohio.

Child Development Center accredited by NAEYC
The Ohio University Child Development Center recently acquired accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Budget targets update and budget forums
On Wednesday, Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding sent an e-mail to the entire OHIO community about the announcement of planning unit budget targets and the dates and times of upcoming budget forums.

OHIO offers summer programs for high school students
Ohio University offers three summer programs for high school students targeting a variety of interests. The programs are OHIO's Summer Honors Academy; the Pills, Potions and Poisons program, jointly sponsored by OHIO's Department of Chemistry and the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy; and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism summer workshop.

Apr 7, 2011
Leite appointed to four-year Term as dean
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit announced the appointment of Randy Leite as dean of the College of Health Sciences and Professions for a four-year term beginning July 1.

Senior Class Gift Challenge begins Monday
The Senior Class Gift Challenge begins Monday as Ohio University’s students compete with Miami University in a challenge to motivate seniors to give a gift to their alma mater.

University honors victims of recent earthquake, tsunami
Members of the Ohio University community gathered yesterday for a ceremony in memory of the victims and in support of the survivors of Japan's recent earthquake and tsunami.

Emergency notification systems to be tested Friday
Ohio University's Athens campus will test both its outdoor emergency notification and emergency text-messaging systems on Friday afternoon.

Pride Week events address LGBT racism, homophobia in athletics
Ohio University's 2011 celebration of Pride Week is set to highlight a variety of topics such as racism in the LGBT and African American community and homophobia in the athletics world.

Schuneman Symposium brings media convergence to campus
The third annual Schuneman Symposium on Photojournalism recently concluded with a theme that balanced the topics of photojournalism and traditional news in an unprecedented fashion.

Apr 8, 2011
37th African Literature Association Conference coming to Ohio University
Ohio University is preparing to welcome the leading voices in African arts and literature as the 37th African Literature Association (ALA) Conference takes place in Athens, April 13-17. This is the first time Ohio University will host the national ALA conference.

Ready to Lead: Renee Steffen
Public administration graduate student Renee Steffen assisted in creating an instructional DVD to help nonprofit board members make the best contributions to their organizations.

Provost and VPFA announce planning unit reduction targets
On Friday, Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding sent an e-mail to the entire OHIO community regarding planning unit reduction targets.

Apr 10, 2011
Engineering student wins best technical paper
Steven Slover, a senior at Ohio University's Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology, won best technical paper at the 2011 Regional Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Conference held at Ohio University, Feb. 25-26.

Apr 11, 2011
Two students win Fulbright Awards
Ohio University seniors Christina Matzen and Matt Wagner were each recently awarded Fulbright Awards. Both students will conduct research in Germany for about 10 months.

Dean Burgraff shares Chillicothe’s mission as economic driver with governor
Ohio University-Chillicothe Dean Donna Burgraff had the opportunity to share with Gov. John Kasich how the campus serves as an economic driver for the region when the governor met with Glatfelter officials and the dean while touring the local factory on April 8.

Baker Peace Conference keynote discusses “The New World Order”
On Thursday evening, the annual Baker Peace Conference opened with a discussion from keynote speaker, retired Marine Corps. Gen. Anthony Zinni in front of a crowd of more than 200 people.

Vice President for University Advancement candidate addresses OHIO
On Thursday, Lori Lewis, a candidate for the position of vice president for university advancement and CEO of the Ohio University Foundation, spoke to the OHIO community during her open forum.

New café to open at Kennedy Museum of Art
The Ridges Café will open at Kennedy Museum of Art, located in historic Lin Hall on The Ridges.

Graduate student uses online mentoring program to teach students
Through a unique mentoring program, graduate student Betsy Justus decided to step outside of her own role as a learner to teach secondary school students the fundamentals of plant biology.

Russ College faculty and staff to serve on state STEM education council
Two faculty and staff members were recently invited to serve on the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Ohio Executive Council for Ohio.

John Kopchick receives Transatlantic Medal for hormones research
Ohio University researcher John Kopchick will speak at The Society for Endocrinology’s annual conference in Birmingham, England, which runs April 11-14.

Apr 12, 2011
Branching out with student perspectives
The Lincoln Hall lobby is not your typical entrance – members of the Ohio University College of Fine Arts Residential Learning Community (RLC) have transformed it into a creative forest.

University participating in state shared services, excellence project
Ohio University is one of 14 Ohio public universities participating in the Inter-University Council (IUC) Institutional Excellence and Shared Services (IESS) project.

Registrar announces advising and policy changes
On Tuesday, University Registrar Debra Benton sent an e-mail to all Ohio University faculty and staff regarding advising and policy changes that will begin in May.

Apr 13, 2011
New study: Birds inherited strong sense of smell from dinosaurs
Birds are known more for their senses of vision and hearing than smell, but new Ohio University research suggests that millions of years ago, the winged critters also boasted a better sense for scents.

City, University team up to keep community smart, civil, safe
The city of Athens and Ohio University are working together on a public service campaign designed to help keep our community safe. The campaign debuts as warm weather activities kick into gear, but is designed to help all Athens residents and visitors understand and obey the laws year-round.

Hicks honoree to visit Ohio University
Rick Lewis, executive director of the Ohio School Boards Association, has been named as the Ohio University 2011 Samuel I. Hicks Executive-in-Residence, an honor that recognizes outstanding leaders in the field of education.

Alden Library to celebrate Earth Month
For the second year, the Alden Library Sustainability Group will host several Earth Month activities in support of the Ohio University Office of Sustainability's Earth Month programming.

University to host regional bioinformatics conference
A major regional bioinformatics conference will be held May 2-4 on the Athens campus for those interested in bioscience applications – from students, faculty and researchers to representatives from government, medical and commercial bioscience organizations.

Jeremy Phan: Saving endangered primates through ecotourism
Graduate student Jeremy Phan is gearing up for summer research in Vietnam, where he will study the benefits of ecotourism for the Cat Ba langur, the most critically endangered primate in the world.

Surfer, activist to give Earth Month address
California surfer and educator Rob Caughlan has been crusading for environmental rights for more than 40 years. This Thursday, April 14, he will share stories about his activism with the Ohio University community in Walter Hall 235 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Apr 14, 2011
Alumni Association releases 2010 Annual Report
The 2010 Ohio University Alumni Association Annual Report has been printed and distributed among its board and volunteers. It is also available online

2011 Alumni Award recipients announced
The recipients for the 2011 Ohio University Alumni Association Awards were presented and approved at the recent annual meeting of the Ohio University Alumni Association Board of Directors. These awards will be presented during Homecoming weekend at the annual Alumni Awards Gala, to be held on Oct. 14.

Four new members to join the OUAA Board of Directors
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) Board of Directors elected its four newest members, as three other members conclude their terms. They will serve four-year terms beginning in July 2011.

Alumni Matters: Alumni Awards, new board members and the 2010 Annual Report
Executive Director of the Alumni Association Graham Stewart shares news about the Alumni Association's 2010 Annual Report and the association's new board members.

Forums seek to explain budget
On Monday and Tuesday, Ohio University held two budget forums, hosted by Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President of Finance and Administration Stephen Golding.

Athens Community Exercise Park dedication is April 20
The new Athens Community Exercise Park, located at the West State Street Park, will be dedicated to military veterans past, present and future at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 20.

Branding OHIO through a consistent brand structure
When I introduced this series in fall 2010, I began talking about what makes a good brand. A couple of examples that I shared included the symbol used by Apple and the script that distinguishes The Disney Company. Brand symbols leave a fingerprint on everything they touch. We have an opportunity at Ohio University to lift our brand through a consistent structure and leave an indelible mark on all of our audiences.

Women in Philanthropy conference to honor women's contributions
Women in Philanthropy of Ohio University (WIP) will host the "OHIO Women Making a Difference Conference," April 27-28, on Ohio University's Athens campus.

Diversity Town Hall Meeting is Tuesday
A special Town Hall Meeting titled "Diversity and Civility in Our Community," will take place at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, at the Athens Community Center at 701 E. State Street.

Author Harriet Washington is Minority Health Month Speaker
Award-winning author Harriet A. Washington will discuss medical issues presented in her book, "Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present," at 7 p.m. Monday, April 18, in the Baker University Center Ballroom.

2011-2012 Dependent Educational Benefit forms due by May 6
If your spouse, child and /or domestic partner plan to attend Ohio University in fall quarter of 2011, please submit an Educational Benefit Request Form, Qualified Dependents 2011-2012 by Friday May 6.

Apr 18, 2011
38th Annual Film Festival brings international and alumni perspectives
The 38th Annual Athens International Film + Video Festival will begin April 22 and run through April 28.

Second open forum held in vice president for university advancement search
On Thursday, Bryan Benchoff, candidate for the position of vice president for university advancement and CEO of the Ohio University Foundation, spoke with the Ohio University community during his open forum.

New SIS and My OHIO portal reach wider audience
In the coming weeks, many OHIO students will get their first taste of the university’s new SIS when they log in to check on their financial aid applications for the coming school year.

President’s address to Board of Trustees to be streamed live
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis’ address to the Board of Trustees on April 22 will be streamed live on the president’s website.

Board of Trustees to meet Thursday and Friday
The 2011 fiscal year budget will be one of the primary discussion items on the agenda when the Ohio University Board of Trustees conducts its April meeting this week.

Student Expo seeks judges
The Student Expo is recruiting faculty and staff volunteers to judge student presentations until April 27.

Take Back the Night Week to raise awareness about sexism, sexual violence
Ohio University's Take Back the Night Week begins on April 18 and will help students address topics such as sexism, sexual violence and assisting survivors of sexual violence.

Ohio University Press features latest Amish murder mystery by Ohio author
In "Harmless as Doves," author P. L. Gaus takes the action to Florida in one of the most exciting mysteries in this series. This is Gaus at his best.

Tettleton tosses TDs in annual spring football game
The Ohio football squad completed a 75-play scrimmage Saturday in the program's annual spring game at Peden Stadium.

Apr 19, 2011
Man wanted for rape
On Monday, Ohio University Police said a woman had reported being raped on April 16 in the parking lot of Christ the King church.

Friday block party to celebrate Earth Day and Athens
The Community Assistants of the Ohio University Office of Off-Campus Living will host the second annual Earth Day Green Event (EDGE) on Friday, April 22, from 3-7 p.m. on Union Street, between Court and College streets.

Students compete in international environmental design challenge
Two teams of Ohio University students recently competed in the 21st International Environmental Design Contest at the Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces, N.M.

TechGROWTH invests in Ohio University medical device company
TechGROWTH Ohio (TGO) recently announced a $337,000 venture capital investment in Sanuthera, Inc., an Ohio University company which is developing a medical device for the treatment of tinnitus using patient-customizable sound therapy.

Students sing their way to the top of state competition
Four OHIO students competing in the 2011 NATS (National Association Teachers of Singing) Buckeye statewide competition brought home awards earlier this month.

School of Music presents ‘Ecstatic Waters’
The Ohio University School of Music’s Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band will present their first concert of the spring, "Ecstatic Waters" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26 at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.

OHIO tops MAC in RecycleMania 2011
According to final RecycleMania results, released Friday, Ohio University's Athens campus finished first among the 10 Mid-American Conference schools participating in the inter-collegiate recycling competition.

Zanesville professor encourages eco-efforts and education
Mohannad Al-Saghir, assistant professor of botany at Ohio University’s Zanesville campus, is working to make sure that the green on his campus is not confined to spirit wear.

Apr 20, 2011
Mining for Art: OHIO graduate student Jeff Lovett
Jeff Lovett makes some of the most unsightly, tragic parts of Appalachia appear beautiful. A graduate student in sculpture and expanded practice, he spent last summer capturing images of acid mine drainage from abandoned coal mines, which can pollute regional watersheds.

Town hall meeting provides open forum for community
Tuesday's town hall meeting allowed the approximately 90 attendees an opportunity to share personal experiences, ideas and concerns on many issues not commonly discussed among strangers.

Appalachia Rising: Drawing inspiration from the Appalachian woman
The annual Women of Appalachia art exhibit is on display in the Multicultural Art Gallery in Baker University Center through June 14. "Women Speak," its verbal and performance art sister program, will be presented May 12. In its third year, the project celebrates all artistic expression of Appalachia women, with many pieces of art available for purchase.

Culinary Services announces new staff appointments, Culinary Support Center
Ohio University Culinary Services has announced new staff assignments in its operations as it gears up its Culinary Support Center set to open late fall 2011.

OHIO seniors help local business green its practices
As eco-friendly business owner of Athens Own, Constantine Faller needed a more sustainable power source to grind coffee and blend smoothies at the Athens Farmers Market. Thanks to a team of OHIO student engineers, he'll soon have a pedal-powered alternative.

Word on the Street: How do you conserve energy and reuse resources?
In honor of Earth Month, Caleigh Bourgeois asked students across campus how they conserve energy and reuse resources.

'Sisterhood of the Traveling Dresses' reaches out to local high school girls
On Saturday and Sunday, a previously vacant store at The Market on State was transformed into a formal dress shop for the first "Sisterhood of the Traveling Dresses" event, a project led by local women and Ohio University’s Women’s Panhellenic Association (WPA). The women worked together to collect prom and graduation dresses for high school girls in need.

Apr 21, 2011
Great job Barbara Grueser!
Barbara Grueser is the February Classified Employee of the Month. Read her Q&A with Compass to find out more about her.

Spring Literary Festival celebrates 25 years
The Program in Creative Writing at Ohio University will present the 25th annual Spring Literary Festival May 4 through May 6, featuring the prestigious writers Rosellen Brown, Rita Dove, Debra Marquart, Padgett Powell and Tobias Wolff.

Apr 22, 2011
University College launches Scholars Program
The new Scholars Program takes this a step further by providing high-achieving students with additional opportunities for scholarship and service.

Science Café to spotlight influential female scientists
Ohio University’s Science Café series will wrap up its 2010-11 schedule with a special guest lecture by Rutgers University nuclear physicist Jolie Cizewski. She will give a public talk at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, at the Ohio University Baker Center Front Room.

Provost gives flood advisory update
On Friday, Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit sent out an e-mail to all Ohio University employees on the Athens campus regarding the potential for flooding this weekend.

OHIO trustees discuss capital plans, budgetary challenges
The Ohio University Board of Trustees focused on ensuring that strategic priorities drive the University’s long-term planning initiatives at meetings yesterday and today.

Registrar shares urgent registration and policy changes
On Friday, in a message to the entire Ohio University community, University Registrar Debra Benton related some urgent changes to registrations and other University policies.

First Athens triathlon adds new relay categories
The "Student Organization" and "Staff and Faculty Department" relay divisions were added to encourage more participation by the Ohio University community in Athens inaugural triathlon.

Moms Weekend starts April 29
Known as one of the most popular family events of the school year, Moms Weekend kicks off Friday, April 29.

Patton College gearing up for 125th anniversary
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services is excited to share its 125th year anniversary celebration with the Athens community, Sept. 9-11.

Apr 24, 2011
OMSAR reorganization promotes student success
Since 2009, the Office of Multicultural Student Access and Retention has been undergoing a reorganization designed to boost student programming and services.

A capella concert to benefit book collection for overseas library
When Sandra Sleight-Brennan, an Athens native, shared stories of the media in South Sudan with an audience from Ohio University’s Center for International Studies in January, an opportunity to help unfolded.

Apr 25, 2011
Environmental Health and Safety wants your feedback
The Environmental Health & Safety Department (EHS) staff members are responsible for coordinating all aspects of environmental management, occupational health, safety on campus, and implementing safety regulations for the University. Please fill out this survey to let them know how well they are performing their duties.

Patton College to host May 2 Art Extravaganza
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services' McCracken Hall will host its fifth annual Art Extravaganza at 6 p.m. May 2, featuring the works of students from Crooksville Exempted Village Schools.

How students should prepare for Q2S
The change to semesters is over a year away, so is there really something to do right now? Yes.

University announces class meeting times for semesters
Athens campus students, faculty and staff can begin to envision what a semester schedule will look like following the announcement of the standard class meeting patterns.

Processing project makes it easy to use Alden Library archives
This article describes the use of an OhioLINK Finding Creation Tool in developing finding aids for archival collections in Alden Library.

Golfer Megan Weaver secures top 10 finish in MAC Tournament
Megan Weaver finished in the top 10 as Ohio closed play at the 2011 Mid-American Conference Championships from Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio. The Bobcats finished in seventh place out of nine teams

OU-COM opens new training facility, community clinic
More than 60 people, including several members of the Ohio University Board of Trustees, attended the dedication of a new facility at the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-COM) that expands both learning opportunities for medical students and medical services to southeastern Ohio residents with inadequate health care insurance.

Apr 26, 2011
University and community remembers tsunami victims with vigil and ceremony
The Ohio University and city of Athens communities came together to express their friendship, compassion, and hope for the Tsunami and earthquake victims of Japan on April 6.

Poet, activist Amer Ahmed to address Islamophobia
Amer Ahmed, a prominent spoken word poet, Hip Hop Activist and college administrator, will present, " Islam: Beyond the Myths, Breaking Down the Barriers," at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 10, in Baker University Center Ballroom.

History grad student explores national identity in Africa
Joe Venosa's research centers on Eritrea’s Muslim intellectual class and how their contributions from 1941 to 1961 inside and outside the African country created a nationalist identity.

Apr 27, 2011
OHIO to offer interactive virtual tours of the Athens campus
Prospective students who cannot or have not made it out to Ohio University’s Athens campus will soon have an opportunity to experience OHIO up close.

Ohio University invites campus to view major announcement
Ohio University, its College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-COM) and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations will make a major announcement on Saturday, and they invite the entire OHIO community to join them online for a live web broadcast.

Culinary Services names James Turner Student Employee of the Year
James Turner began working at Shively Court dining hall his first year to meet new people, but he never imagined that it would play a huge role in his time at Ohio University.

Steamboat W.P.Snyder Jr. documentary set to premiere in May
The W.P. Snyder Jr. steamboat is the subject of a new documentary produced by WOUB-TV. “Saving the Snyder” will chronicle the Ohio Historical Society’s yearlong below decks restoration of the nearly 100-year boat. The documentary will premiere in Marietta on Friday, May 13 and in Ironton on Saturday, May 14.

Carolyn Bateson named Administrative Professional of the Year by Lancaster Fairfield Chamber of Commerce
Carolyn Bateson, executive assistant to Lancaster dean Jim Smith, was named Administrative Professional of the Year during the annual Lancaster Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday.

New disability standards raise bar for state institutions
At Ohio University, work has begun to achieve compliance with the American Disabilities Act 2010 Standards through a newly formed Presidential Advisory Council on Disability and Accessibility Planning.

Students join rural action through 'Zero Waste' initiative
Through its Zero Waste project, local nonprofit Rural Action is empowering Ohio University students to join community efforts toward a more sustainable future for Appalachian Ohio.

Apr 28, 2011
Sixteen soccer players receive MAC academic awards
Sixteen members of the Ohio women's soccer team were honored by the Mid-American Conference for academic achievement. Senior Jackie Hanson earned the MAC President's Award, while nine others received the MAC Commissioner's Award. Seven student-athletes were named to the MAC Honor Roll.

Budget forums to be held May 2 and May 4
Ohio University will hold budget forums on Monday, May 2, and Wednesday, May 4, to allow the OHIO community to ask questions about budgetary matters.

Summer Honors Academy takes students from high school to college
The Office of Summer Sessions invites local high school students to apply for Summer Honors Academy, which provides an opportunity to enroll in select college courses and experience life on campus.

Athletics mourns death of former football player
Former football player Marcellis Williamson, 23, died Wednesday in Cleveland. He graduated last fall with a degree in recreation management.

Apr 29, 2011
Registrar shares final exam and grade information
On Friday, Ohio University Registrar Debra Benton sent an e-mail to all faculty and staff regarding the submission of grades and final exams.

OHIO releases proposed budget reduction scenarios
On Friday, Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding sent a message to the entire OHIO community regarding the release of the proposed budget reduction scenarios.

Spring blooms at Ohio University
Beautiful flowers are in bloom across Ohio University's Athens campus.

Survey to help develop brand positioning strategy
The Ohio University community is invited to take a branding survey. The results will be used to develop a brand positioning strategy.