|New weight area to be added to Ping Center|
When Ohio University students return to the Ping Center next fall, they will be welcomed back with a new weight space that more than doubles the square footage currently available.
|Lancaster Campus Honors Convocation to celebrate 455 graduates|
This Friday evening 455 degrees will be recognized at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington. Approximately 160 of the graduates will participate in the Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington Honors Convocation Ceremony. The ceremony will be held in the Brasee Hall Gymnasium on the Lancaster Campus.
|Zanesville graduate uses campus support to achieve her dream|
Among the Zanesville Campus’ approximately 300 graduates will be Angela Berry – a woman who has always wanted to be a teacher and who is now achieving that dream, thanks to her perseverance and the support she received from her peers and educators who helped her through her rocky road to success.
|Student employee summer workload limits released|
As spring semester draws to an end, departments are reminded that the 28 hour per week limit for student employees applies to the upcoming summer break.
|Video series launches explaining The OHIO Guarantee|
University Communications and Marketing (UCM) is rolling out a series of short videos designed to answer basic questions about The OHIO Guarantee.
|Heritage College counting down to May 10 Commencement|
Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will hold its Commencement at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 10, in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Its awards ceremony will be held from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Friday, May 9, at TailGreat Park.
|Making the Difference series archive|
The purpose of the “Making the Difference” series is to highlight the ways in which OHIO staff and faculty are making a difference – on campus, in the community, in their fields and around the world.
|Dean of Students Jenny Hall-Jones will be guest on WATH-AM 970 May 6|
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Jenny Hall-Jones will discuss the latest
happenings at Ohio University on Athens radio station WATH-AM's "The Party Line" at 9 a.m. Thursday, May
|Russ College students plan summer break full of learning experiences|
When Ohio University’s spring semester ends next week, some students will head for the comforts of home. But many Russ College students will use the break from classes to get hands on with their engineering and technology learning studies.
|University announces new bachelor’s program in technical operations management|
Ohio University has added a new bachelor of science program in technical operations management to begin in fall 2014. Applications will be accepted starting in May.<br />
|Part of Race Street to be closed May 5-9|
Race Street from University Terrace to North McKinley Avenue will be closed Monday, May 5, through Friday, May 9, while work is being completed in the area.
|Mechanical engineering student’s big idea earns him national innovation fellowship|
When it comes to big ideas, Ohio University mechanical engineering student John Herbert is full of them – and the energy to take them on.
|Determination not excuses leads to Zanesville student’s success|
Ohio University Zanesville student Breana Massie overcame the challenges of Spina Bifida and starting a family to earn her degree.
|Compass emails to take one-week hiatus, May 5-11|
Compass emails will not be distributed May 5-11. The website will still be updated with the latest news during that period.
|More than 112,500 pills collected during Community Disposal Day on Lancaster Campus|
New partnerships have helped make the 2014 Community Disposal Day and Drug Drop Off event held at Ohio University Lancaster one of the most successful thus far. More than 112,500 pills were collected during the four hour event held on Saturday, April 26. Last year 83,252 pills were collected.
|How DNA barcoding can boost quality control for medical plant products|
Professor Allan Showalter has worked with a collaborator in Pakistan to sequence specific segments of DNA for 43 plants commonly used in herbal medicines and to create a database of findings.
|A look back at Undergraduate Commencement (PHOTOS)|
There were plenty of smiles and cheers and even a few tears this past weekend as more than 3,000 undergraduates capped off their academic journey at Ohio University during Commencement ceremonies held Saturday, May 3, on the Athens Campus.
|Five candidates for OHIO Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education announced|
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit is pleased to announce that a search committee has put forward five candidate finalists for the position of Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. The candidates will have the opportunity to speak with the University community during open forums with faculty, staff, and students during interviews this month.
|Linda Rice CV|
This is the CV for Linda Rice.
|Peter Mather CV|
This is the curricula vitae for Peter Mather.
|Jerry Miller CV|
This is the curricula vitae for Jerry Miller.
|Elizabeth Sayrs CV|
This is the curricula vitae for Elizabeth Sayrs.
|Jeff Giesey CV|
This is the curricula vitae for Jeff Giesey.
|Take a closer look at Graduate Commencement [PHOTOS]|
Ohio University said goodbye to about 1,000 graduate students at the Friday, May 2, Graduate Commencement ceremony in the Convocation Center. Take a look at some of the photos.
|Section of Richland Avenue closed for gas line project|
Columbia Gas has closed Richland Avenue between West Green Drive and President Street.
|VisCom’s Sara Lewkowicz wins Sony’s WPA Photographer of the Year, $25K|
Sara Lewkowicz, a graduate student in OHIO's School of Visual Communication, has been named the Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year and is one of seven students nationwide selected for a $2,000 scholarship through the National Press Photographers Association.
|Video series captures the experience of living with chronic illness|
After media scholar Jenny Nelson was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2010, she encountered two types of stories about the disorder, and neither of them felt right.
|East Green residence halls service update|
Repairs to a utility tunnel on Ohio University's East Green continue. Electric and hot water service has been restored to Gamertsfelder Hall. Electric and steam service remains shut off to Bush, Washington, Tiffin, Biddle and Perkins Hall.
|Lancaster Campus mourns the passing of Dean Emeritus John Furlow|
The Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington community is mourning the loss of Dean Emeritus Dr. John Furlow. Furlow died on May 13 at the age of 74. Dr. Furlow was an Assistant Professor of History, Associate Dean and Dean at OUL from 1993 to 2011.
|UCM unveils new OHIO Guarantee video|
In a effort to educate prospective Ohio University students and their parents, as well as the University community, about the new, innovative tuition and fee structure named The OHIO Guarantee, University Communications and Marketing (UCM) is announcing the second video launched as part of a series designed to answer basic questions.
|OHIO employees invited to 'Digital Leadership' presentation|
All Ohio University employees are invited to a professional development presentation on social media and technology from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday, May 22, in the Baker University Center Theatre.
|New Bachelor’s Degree Programs Available at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington will offer two new bachelor’s degree programs beginning this fall. Students will be able to complete four-year degrees in biology and social work.
|Ohio University alumni honored at 31st annual State Government Luncheon|
More than 150 Ohio University alumni were honored at 31st annual State Government Luncheon in Columbus on May 13 for their work in public service.
|Great job Margaret Clifton!|
Meet May 2014 Classified Employee of the Month Margaret Clifton.
|SIDE diversity training expands reach to Cleveland|
Because Ohio University places a high priority on the importance of diversity education, the Ohio University Summer Institute for Diversity Education was held on the Athens Campus for the fifth consecutive year.
|Open forums for OHIO Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education continue this week|
Two candidates for Ohio University’s Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education will have an opportunity to speak with the University community during open forums with faculty, staff and students this week.
|Provost announces three candidates for new position of OHIO Senior Vice Provost for Instructional Innovation|
Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit is pleased to announce that a search committee chaired by David Koonce, assistant dean for OHIO’s Graduate College, and Joseph Lalley, senior associate vice president of technologies and administration in OHIO’s Office of Finance and Administration, working in conjunction with search firm Brill-Neumann of Boston, Mass., have selected three finalists who will interview on campus for the new position of Senior Vice Provost for Instructional Innovation.
|OHIO Dean of Fine Arts makes announcement about Monomoy Theatre|
This message is to communicate an important decision that has been reached regarding Ohio University's lease with the Monomoy Theatre in Chatham, Massachusetts.
|OHIO's strategic planning efforts include non-renewal of Monomoy Theatre lease|
For 57 years, Ohio University has appreciated the rich theatrical experience afforded through its partnership with the Monomoy Theatre, the City of Chatham, Mass., and, more recently, the University of Hartford.
|Accurso named Most Outstanding Performer at MAC outdoor meet|
Senior Juli Accurso was named Most Outstanding Track Performer while leading the Bobcats on the final day of the MAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Athens.
|Geologist Alycia Stigall uses clam-like brachiopod to learn how species compete, survive, or face extinction|
Stigall, an associate professor of geological sciences, investigates patterns of extinction and species formation over time, including during several of the major extinction events that have happened on Earth.
|South Green Drive to temporarily close May 22-30|
South Green Drive from University Terrace to Adams Hall will be closed while work is being completed in the area. This work will take place from Thursday, May 22 – Friday, May 30.
|Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children receives $900,000 grant|
Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC) has been awarded a federal grant of nearly $1 million to help connect southeast Ohio families with primary care providers and to strengthen and expand IPAC programs that improve access to essential health care services for children.
|Heritage College's James works with Ohio panel on strategies to increase diversity in health care workforce|
What are the most effective ways of recruiting more minorities into Ohio’s health care workforce? Calvin James, who for more than two decades has been involved in such initiatives at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, shared some successful strategies with the Health Policy Institute of Ohio recently.
|Media Deserts Project by OHIO’s Ferrier touted during Big Ideas Conference|
Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation at the Scripps College of Communication, addressed the challenge of “A World-Class Newspaper in Every State” during a panel conversation at the 10 Big Ideas for America conference May 15-16 in Washington, D.C.
|Competition to award winning team overseas travel|
The Ohio University Global Health Case Competition is an opportunity for OHIO graduate and undergraduate students to research global health issues and develop innovative solutions to some of today’s global health challenges. The winning team will be awarded sponsored travel to participate in an overseas global health activity in which they will implement their solution.
|Classified Senate 25th anniversary celebration relocated to Grover Center Atrium|
Classified Senate will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Tuesday, June 3, with a rededication of the Canada Red Cherry Tree in Emeriti Park that was planted in 2000 in honor of the organization's 10th anniversary.
|Ohio names Stephens senior associate AD for external operations|
Ohio University Athletics has named Michael Stephens as its senior associate athletics director for external operations. His first official day is June 16.
|All-Emeriti Reception during 'On the Green Weekend'|
The Ohio University Alumni Association welcomes past, present and future members of the OHIO family to the All-Emeriti Reception on May 31 as part of “On the Green Weekend.” Sponsored by the Ohio University Emeriti Association, the reception is a chance for members of the Association and the public to mingle with honored members.
|Cruise In at the Convo raises funds, welcomes classic cars|
The OHIO Alumni Varsity Band joined forces with regional vintage automobile enthusiasts last Saturday at the fourth annual Cruise In at the Convo, where over $1500 was raised to support various Ohio University Marching Band Society and Friends initiatives.
|Under the Elms concert series to change locations|
The Under the Elms 2014 summer concert series will temporarily relocate to another outdoor venue on College Green due to construction scheduled to place this summer.
|Daughter of OIT employee named national finalist in Google competition|
Emi Olin, daughter of OIT employee Mikio Olin, has been named a national finalist in the 2014 Doodle 4 Google competition.