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Jun 1, 2015
Bridge ambiance adds to Lancaster Campus concert site
Texas rocker Ray Wylie Hubbard said the Covered Bridge Music Series outdoor location on the Herrold Hall Lawn was a beautiful spot for a concert and concert-goers agreed. The show was held May 23. The location was different than past series’ concerts that have been held outdoors because the concert stage was moved closer to the series’ namesake — the John Bright Number 2 Covered Bridge.

Bobcats finish 2015 with second-most wins in a baseball season in program history
OHIO finished the 2015 regular season with 36 victories -- the second-most in program history. The Bobcats captured the MAC tournament title and earned the league's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1997.

OHIO continues to see Academic Progress Rate numbers rise
The OHIO athletic department continues to see strong postings as the NCAA released its latest Academic Progress Rate numbers.

“OH, I dO” ceremony allows alumni couples to renew their vows during On The Green Weekend
On the morning of May 29, 18 couples settled into the pews of Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel to renew their commitments to one another. The “OH, I dO” vow renewal ceremony celebrates couples that connected with their spouses through their experiences at Ohio University, and has become a beloved On The Green Weekend tradition.

Playwriting alumnae work together on new Netflix series
Two graduates of Ohio University’s Playwriting Program served as writers for a new Netflix show starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.

University to host leading international space education program June 8-August 7
The 28th Summer Space Studies Program (SSP15) of International Space University (ISU), the world's premier international space education institution, will begin on the Ohio University campus next week, with many events open to the public.

Summer youth programs on Athens Campus dedicated to golf, basketball, soccer
Three Ohio University entities are gearing up for summer programs and camps designed to engage youth in fun while learning about and gaining skills in golf, basketball and soccer.

Heritage College awarded $600,000 for diabetes management program in Southeast Ohio
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $600,000 to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine to develop a collaborative program designed to improve health outcomes and lower health care costs for Type 2 diabetes patients in Southeast Ohio. The Rural Health Care Services Outreach Program has three components: legal assistance, patient navigation and a consumer research advisory group. The program’s coordinated team approach toward health care is intended to tackle the unique barriers that make it difficult for people who live in rural areas to manage diabetes.

Jun 2, 2015
Patton College receives continuation of accreditation
Ohio University’s Patton College of Education had a noteworthy month of May. On the heels of celebrating a historical groundbreaking for a major, $32.8 million renovation project, Patton College leaders learned that the Education Unit, which spans across The Patton College and includes all five regional campuses as well as programs in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Fine Arts received continued accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), a rigorous evaluation process that requires outcome-based evidence.

Ohio University, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador expanding their partnership to benefit students, faculty
Leaders from Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador and Ohio University recently signed an agreement providing opportunities for students and faculty from both institutions to expand collaborations focused on global health education and research.

Jun 3, 2015
Sky Captains: Research from the Avionics Engineering Center
For 50 years, Ohio University engineers have developed aviation technologies that have improved how we fly—with more innovations to come.

RHE executive dean visits Southern Campus with instructional expert
Bradley Cohen, Ohio University's senior vice provost for instructional innovation, met with faculty and staff at the Southern Campus to talk about the changing landscape of higher education and how online learning has transformed the ways in which universities offer their curriculum.

Jun 4, 2015
A message from University Human Resources regarding end-of-year personal time usage
As the end of the fiscal year approaches, University faculty and staff are reminded to submit all paperwork for leave time used during the year to Payroll before June 30.

Bobcats storm Athens for On The Green Weekend
The final tally for this year’s On The Green Weekend— 650 strong. Alumni and friends travelled from across the country for the Ohio University Alumni Association’s second-annual spring Homecoming centered on academics and the arts, and there was something for everyone in Athens.

Now's the time to use the CUE
It's summer at OHIO. The pace is a little slower and campus is much quieter. It's the perfect time for University departments and registered student organizations to add University event information to the central Calendar of University Events (CUE).

OHIO staff, students boost space studies program accessibility
As International Space University faculty and staff arrive in Athens for the Ohio University-hosted 2015 Space Studies Program, members of the local organizing committee ensured OHIO’s campus is accessible to all its guests by not just analyzing raw data, but also testing facilities through a “wheels on the ground” approach.

Jun 5, 2015
Under the Elms concert series to celebrate International Space University at Ohio University
Ohio University’s “Under the Elms” concert series will lift listeners not just up and away from daily life with the joy of music, but into the atmosphere and beyond with four special concerts designed to highlight International Space University’s 28th Space Studies Program, being held at OHIO this summer.

Alumni Leadership Awards celebrated the outstanding service of national and local alumni chapters
Alumni Leadership Awards celebrated the outstanding service of national and local alumni chapters

IIP program allows graduate student to merge art history and game design interests
For his capstone project, Nathaniel Berger is creating a parody party game to teach people about art history and appreciation.

Jun 8, 2015
Clutter cleanup comes to Catmail on June 30
Microsoft will enable its new Clutter cleanup feature for all users who have not specifically turned it off.

Status of Administrative Group III transition
University Human Resources is mapping the nearly 300 Administrative Group III transition requests to its current compensation structure. If your department has an Administrative Group III position that will continue after June 30, you must complete a Staff Requisition in PeopleAdmin immediately.

Lancaster Campus Wagner Theatre sound renovation underway
Renovation work is starting in the Wagner Theatre at Ohio University Lancaster.  Employees at LIVE’ Technologies are working on the first phase of the project by focusing on sound system improvements that included removing speakers from the ceiling last week.

Extending the Reach: Ohio University Alumni Association 2014 Annual Report
Your Ohio University Alumni Association reaches across the University and all of its campuses and out across the state, nation and world to engage OHIO's 212,000 alumni. Come along and see how the OUAA provides connections for every member of the Bobcat Family!

CBS Sports Network to televise MAC football and basketball games
CBS Sports Network has reached a multi-year deal to televise college football and basketball games from the Mid-American Conference. The deal begins this season and continues through 2018-19.

Jun 9, 2015
Ohio University women invited to gather for group photo
Attention ALL women faculty and staff of Ohio University: Show off your Bobcat pride June 23 during a celebratory group photo of you and your gender peers! The mass portrait of OHIO women will appear as an online complement to the summer print edition of Ohio Today Magazine, themed “OHIO women.”

Ohio University Board of Trustees Executive Committee to meet
Ohio University Board of Trustees Executive Committee to meet

Jun 10, 2015
'Barbie Falls on Hard Times' Print Sale underway
The Ohio University Multicultural Center Art Gallery on the second floor of the Baker University Center is hosting the "Barbie Falls on Hard Times" Print Sale through July 10.

Professor awarded funding for movie project
A professor from Ohio University’s School of Dance, Film, and Theater has received funding from the University to produce a feature film.

Jillian Descoteaux explores connections between athletic training and counseling in unique graduate program
How one student is designing her own doctoral degree through Ohio University’s Individual Interdisciplinary Program (IIP).

Study: Many doctors feel unprepared to identify and treat military-related health conditions
A study by an Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine researcher has found that many physicians feel uncomfortable or unfamiliar dealing with health-related exposures and risks that veterans might experience. They also want more training to understand and identify military-related health issues.

Heritage College partners with Athens Photographic Project on PCORI-funded effort to support mental health recovery research
The Athens Photographic Project and the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will be working together to learn more about the mental health recovery choices made by clients and their families in Southeast Ohio. A $15,000 award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will be used to build a partnership, called a patient-centered research community (PCRC), between clients, caregivers, researchers and mental health professionals. The Heritage College will assist with the development of the group, which aims to develop solutions that fill gaps in care and drive useful research.

Chillicothe Campus students broaden their horizons
Students to take part on international education experience, speak at San Fran conference and other news from the Chillicothe Campus

June Board of Trustees meetings to be streamed
The Ohio University Board of Trustees June meetings on the Southern Campus will be streamed live providing the entire OHIO community with the opportunity to take part in the sessions.

Goss named City of Dublin director of development
Donna Goss, who has served for the past four years as OHIO’s Director of Real Estate Development, Community Engagement and Economic Development, has been selected as the City of Dublin’s new Director of Development.

Jun 11, 2015
President McDavis announces selection of interim vice president for student affairs
A message from President Roderick J. McDavis regarding the selection of an interim vice president for student affairs.

Beat the Heat $2 days returns to the Athena on Saturday
On Saturday, June 13, the “Beat the Heat $2 Days” summer movie series will return to the Athena Cinema. The Athena started the series as a way to offer local, low cost entertainment to area kids and their families while raising money for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Athens.

Jun 12, 2015
The Promise Lives Campaign changes the face of Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
Thanks to the generosity of more than 1,800 alumni and friends, Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has exceeded its $123 million Promise Lives Campaign goal – ahead of schedule – and has grown from one campus to three. The Campaign, which continues though June 30, 2015, is securing an unprecedented level of financial support for the future of medical education in the state of Ohio.

OHIO’s Terry Eiler receives ASMP’s Susan Carr Educator Prize
The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), the premier trade association for professional still and motion photographers, has awarded the 3rd annual Susan Carr Educator Prize to Terrill (Terry) E. Eiler for his significant contributions to the education of photography students and professional photographers.

Student Accessibility Services clears roadblocks on the path to academic success
SAS exists to assist students with a range of physical and chronic conditions, from blindness to fibromyalgia to diabetes. However, SAS’s scope includes an even broader spectrum of student needs than one might preconceive.

International astronaut panel to headline space studies program’s public events series in Athens
The public event series of International Space University’s 28th Space Studies Program continues next week with two major panel discussions.

Former NASA astronaut, Hubble Telescope ‘repairman’ inspires audience to look beyond the horizon
Former NASA astronaut and astronomer Jeffrey Hoffman shared his experience as a “space telescope repairman” with a standing-room-only crowd Thursday night.

Athens brewery taps space-themed brew in honor of OHIO-hosted space studies program
Representatives from International Space University’s 2015 Space Studies Program, Ohio University and Jackie O’s Pub & Brewery tapped the first keg of a commemorative seasonal beer Monday night that the Athens brewery created in honor of SSP15.

Alumni Association ends its Bobcat Family Reunion tour in Columbus
The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) hosted its final Bobcat Family Reunion event on June 4, gathering 250 members of the OHIO community in the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel. Throughout the spring and early summer, three 2014 Homecoming-themed reunions took place in Ohio’s three C’s: Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus. The events brought alumni together to celebrate their alma mater.

Farewell reception for Ryan Lombardi is June 19
The Division of Student Affairs invites the OHIO community to a farewell reception in honor of Ryan Lombardi, the outgoing vice president for student affairs, from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, June 19.

University tree tour is June 19
Ohio University will host a one-hour Athens Campus tree tour with Ohio Department of Natural Resources Regional Urban Forester Ann Bonner at 12:10 p.m. Friday, June 19. The free tour will start in front of Cutler Hall on the College Green.

Jun 15, 2015
University to add 'eduroam' WiFi access starting July
Use your OHIO login to obtain Internet access when visiting other participating institutions and vice versa.

Lancaster Campus Kids in College begins today
Another year of Kids in College is underway at Ohio University Lancaster.  More than 250 students are taking classes over the three-week period this summer.

Free public workshop will discuss water quality in Athens
Community members are invited to a free public workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 at Ohio University’s Life Science Research Facility to learn about the City of Athens’ efforts to improve the quality of local waterways.

Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication surpasses Promise Lives Campaign goal
Thanks to the generosity of more than 10,000 alumni and friends, Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication has surpassed its $40 million Promise Lives Campaign goal. The Campaign, which continues though June 30, 2015, is securing an unprecedented level of financial support for OHIO.

Jun 16, 2015
Liz Doyle explores how businesses can welcome women
After compiling a list of 12 companies with the best practices that place women in corporate leadership, identifying those practices and interviewing human resources representatives and female managers, Doyle presented her findings at the 2015 Ohio University Student Expo.

OHIO Aquatic Center undergoing ADA renovations
The Ohio University Aquatic Center will be closed July 1 through Aug. 24 for renovations designed to make the facility consistent with the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Heltion breaks OHIO Hockey’s single season record for goals against average
OHIO Hockey goaltender Ryan Heltion posted a 1.50 goals against average in 15 games played in the 2014-15 season, breaking a record set in the 2003-04 season.

Media Deserts Project at Ohio University unveils national map
A new interdisciplinary initiative at Ohio University has released the first of several geographic information system maps of the United States that identifies which areas of the country are underserved by fresh local news and information.

University to host renowned pianist Alan Chow
An acclaimed pianist will be performing at Ohio University as part of the school’s annual Piano Pedagogy Seminar. Alan Chow will give a free recital on Friday, June 19.

Take a closer look at Bobcat Student Orientation [PHOTO ESSAY]
Ohio University's Bobcat Student Orientation is scheduled to bring about 10,000 people to the Athens Campus between June 1 and June 27.

Jun 17, 2015
Summer program allows high school students to study alongside Japanese peers, stay on campus
Ohio University’s Ohio Program of Intensive English is offering its “Go International” summer program, a one-week multicultural experience for students in the ninth, 10th and 11th grades that will expose them to the Japanese language and culture while also immersing them in the college experience.

Boyd Scholars benefit from faculty and staff gifts
Boyd Scholars benefit from faculty and staff gifts

Brick sculpture installed at new residential housing site (SLIDESHOW)
A brick relief sculpture featuring iconic images and symbols of Ohio University was recently installed on the site of Phase I of OHIO's Housing Development Plan.

A new dimension: Southern Campus receives 1804 Fund award
The Ohio University Foundation has approved an 1804 Fund award for the Southern Campus to bring 3D printing capability to the campus.

Central Ohio Alumni Network hosts 6th annual Golf Outing on July 25
The Central Ohio Alumni Network is swinging into their sixth annual Golf Outing on July 25 to support the Central Ohio Chapter Ohio University Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship. The event will be held at the Oakhurst Country Club in Grove City, Ohio, at 1:30 p.m. Players will enjoy an exciting afternoon of golf and good times while supporting OHIO students.

Jun 18, 2015
Professional Master in Sports Administration Program ranked first in field
TheBestSchools.org recently named the Professional Master of Sports Administration Program at Ohio University first in its list of “The Best Online Sport Management Master Degree Programs.”

Ceramics professor awarded Baker Fund grant
A professor in the School of Art + Design at Ohio University has received a Baker Fund award. Tom Bartel was one of six faculty members to receive funding during the spring cycle of the awards

OHIO through a Camera Lens
OHIO through a Camera Lens

Meteorology students move from forecasting to studying Antarctic climate change
How a team of geography researchers is solving a polar puzzle by reconstructing a century of weather data.

The Sugar Bush Foundation funds projects that benefit the environment, healthy living
The Ohio University Foundation met in Columbus June 5 for their annual summer meeting. The foundation’s Grants and Funding Committee resolved to fund five projects through The Sugar Bush Foundation, a supporting organization of the Ohio University Foundation that funds projects proposed jointly by Ohio University units and local community non-profit organizations that improve the quality of life in Appalachian Ohio.

Jun 19, 2015
OHIO’s Ferrier named panelist for Online News Association keynote presentation
Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for graduate students, research and innovation in the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, has been named to the Online News Association’s 2015 conference keynote panel, which will headline its conference and awards presentation Sept. 24 -26 in Los Angeles.

Administrator and recent alumna gets healthy and inspires others
Shelley Barton has been on a journey over the last few years. That journey has featured a shift to plant-based eating, many miles on the bike path, countless 5ks and more.

Report details climate change threat to future stability
The ultimate “threat multiplier,” climate change is increasing the challenges facing the U.S. development, diplomatic and security communities, according to a new report co-authored by Geoff Dabelko, Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs professor and director of the Environmental Studies program.

Jun 22, 2015
New printing method coming June 29 for Libraries, College of Business, OU-HCOM & other locations
Students will use Bobcat Cash to pay for printing in Libraries, COB and OU-HCOM.

Voinovich School releases report on Ohio’s teacher and principal evaluation system
A report recently released by Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, as part of the Ohio Education Research Center (OERC), examines the results of the first full year of implementation of Ohio’s new teacher and principal evaluation systems.

League of American Bicyclists names City of Athens Bicycle Friendly Community
The League of American Bicyclists recently awarded the City of Athens the designation of Bicycle Friendly Community.

Workshop for science teachers held on Lancaster Campus
Workshop for science teachers held on Lancaster Campus

Ohio University Comprehensive Master Plan 2016 moves into fourth phase
After two spring open house events designed to update the public and solicit feedback, Ohio University, along with consultant Ayers-Saint Gross, is moving forward with its Comprehensive Master Plan 2016 effort with precinct plan workshops scheduled in June, July and August.

Ohio University to repair steam tunnels underneath Class Gateway as part of the iconic campus entrance’s update
Ohio University will begin the process of repairing 180 feet of damaged steam tunnel underneath the Class Gateway on College Green, which was discovered during a planned inspection in May.

Student productions recognized by Ohio Valley regional chapter of NATAS
WOUB student productions have received three student production awards and several honorable mentions from the Ohio Valley regional chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

University to host vigil in memory of Charleston shooting victims
The Ohio University community will gather at noon on Monday, June 22 to remember the victims of last week's church shooting in Charleston, S.C.

Horse play: Kids learning through interaction at Southern Campus’ Horse Park
Children from the 9th Street Park Youth Empowerment Activities program recently visited the Ohio University Southern Horse Park to learn all about horses.

Voinovich School to host statewide prevention and recovery conference
Nearly 500 prevention and recovery professionals from throughout Ohio will soon visit Athens as the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs hosts the Ohio Promoting Wellness & Recovery (OPEC) Conference, sponsored by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), June 29 – July 2, 2015 at Ohio University Baker Center.

Jun 23, 2015
Vigil held for nine Charleston, South Carolina, shooting victims
More than 100 people from the Ohio University and local communities gathered at noon on Monday to remember the nine victims of the June 17 racially motivated shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Employee appreciation event to coincide with July 1 ‘Under the Elms’ concert
Ohio University will be providing lemonade and watermelon beginning at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, prior to the 7 p.m. start of the final “Under the Elms” concert of the summer.

Swipe and go: The Libraries’ new printing system
Updates to University Libraries’ printing system include changes for students, faculty, staff, visiting scholars and community members who use the Libraries’ printers.

Summer months include events, accolades on Zanesville Campus (PHOTO ESSAY)
This photo essay captures some of the events and accolades that have occurred on Ohio University's Zanesville Campus since the end of spring semester.

Jun 24, 2015
2015 class of Gates Foundation Scholars is announced
Scholarship fund allows Ross County students to pursue their college ambitions

Janet Becker named Lancaster Campus associate dean
Janet Becker named Lancaster Campus associate dean

Ohio University’s sports administration programs internationally recognized
Ohio University’s sports administration programs internationally recognized

Jimmy Tong: Four Decades of WISE Guidance
How a chemistry professor provided a pathway to science and engineering careers for local girls.

Anderson named director of external relations at Zanesville Campus
Jarod Anderson has been named director of external relations at Ohio University Zanesville.

An update from Human Resources regarding the STRS and OPERS mitigating rates
An update from Ohio University Human Resources to employees regarding mitigating rate changes for STRS and OPERS.

Heritage College mobile clinic contributes to success of huge free health care event
The new mobile clinic of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine's Community Health Program was a major contributor to the success of the recent Ohio River Medical Mission in Meigs County, a remarkable military/civilian collaboration to bring 10 days of free health care to the region.

OHIO CHSP students volunteer free community health care
CHSP students volunteer in Ohio River Medical Mission's health care efforts.

Jun 25, 2015
NASA Administrator, distinguished panelists fill space studies program’s public events next week
The public event series of International Space University’s (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15) continues next week at Ohio University with four public events in as many days, including a panel on the future of human spaceflight, a discussion about the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster and a lecture by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden.

Space studies program participants to test miniature robotic rovers at OHIO competition
Robots will take over Ohio University’s Academic & Research Center on Friday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. during International Space University’s (ISU) annual public robotics competition. As part of ISU’s 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15), which OHIO is hosting, participants will test the miniature, high-tech robots they constructed to simulate planetary exploration.

International astronaut panel makes splash at OHIO-hosted event
Hundreds of campus, community, and International Space University (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15) participants got a taste of space Wednesday night at ISU’s annual International Astronaut Panel talk at Ohio University’s Baker University Center ballroom. Featuring four astronauts, the panel discussion addressed moon rocks, Mars landings and how international collaboration will take humankind to the furthest destinations yet.

‘New Space’ entrepreneurs inspire future commercial space leaders during public panel
Participants in International Space University’s (ISU) 28th Space Studies Program (SSP15), Ohio University campus and community members gathered Tuesday night at Baker University Center Theatre to hear from four distinguished space entrepreneurs, each leading advances in the global space markets with new services, products and technologies.

OHIO researcher and alum wins national award for improving aviation navigation tech
A researcher at Ohio University’s Avionics Engineering Center and recent Ph.D. graduate has recently won the 2015 William E. Jackson Award from the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA), marking the fifteenth win from OHIO in the 40-year history of the award.

Engineering technology and management student receives elite ROTC award
Senior Ethan Ida will receive a bronze medal with bronze key replica at a fall award ceremony. The award is given annually to outstanding ROTC junior and senior engineers in the top 25 percent of their engineering class and ROTC class. A maximum of 20 awards are given to the Army, Air Force and Navy each.

CHSP students provide free health care at Ohio River Medical Mission event
OHIO College of Health Sciences and Professions students turned out for the Ohio River Medical Mission’s effort to provide free health services to underserved communities in the Appalachian regions of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky.

Jun 26, 2015
How a quest to combat malaria moved from student concept to business plan
Noah Rosenblatt won the 2015 Outstanding Student in Innovation Award for working with a team of entrepreneurs determined to solve a global health challenge.

Ohio University recognized as Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities recently named Ohio University an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University in recognition of its strong commitment to economic engagement. OHIO is one of 18 institutions in the U.S. to receive the 2015 designation.

OHIO trustees approve FY2016 budget, capital plan
The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved the fiscal year 2016 budget and Capital Improvement Plan at meetings on the University’s Southern Campus.

Southern Campus hosting info sessions on new master in special education-intervention specialist program
Ohio University’s Southern Campus is partnering with OHIO’s Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education to offer a new master in special education-intervention specialist program.

Jun 29, 2015
Lancaster Campus Imagine Your Possibilities: Ohio 911 Administrator Rob Jackson
The man who is currently leading the state of Ohio into the next generation of 911 service is an Ohio University Lancaster graduate.  Rob Jackson is the Ohio 911 Administrator and graduated from OUL in 2001 with a Bachelor’s of Specialized Studies.

More than 300 OHIO women participate in group photos (PHOTO ESSAY)
More than 300 women who work on the Athens Campus answered the call to participate in a celebratory group photo of female faculty and staff that will be featured as an online supplement to the summer print edition of Ohio Today magazine, themed “OHIO women.”

Register for Homecoming 2015 and share your OHIO stories
Register for Homecoming 2015 and share your OHIO stories

Highlighting the Green: Spring Semester 2015 (SLIDESHOW)
This installment of "Highlighting the Green" showcases the achievements of the faculty, staff and students at Ohio University in the spring semester.

Offices closed, classes not in session in observance of Independence Day
Ohio University will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of the national Independence Day holiday.