|Gearing up for Tour de Cause at the Lancaster Campus|
Organizers are getting ready for the 4th Annual Tour de Cause, which is being held at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus on July 12 and 13. The bike tour raises money to battle the drug addiction issue in Lancaster and Fairfield County.
|Free sustainability service learning workshops offered in October|
The Office of Sustainability, in partnership with COAD, United Appeal and the Sugar Bush Foundation, is offering free energy workshops and service learning experiences for OHIO and Hocking College classes Oct. 1-2.
|President McDavis announces formation of new advisory committee for The Ridges|
In a message to Athens campus faculty, staff and students, President Roderick J. McDavis announced the formation of a new advisory committee for The Ridges.
|Donation assists OHIO Men’s Basketball locker room renovation, honors a family of Bobcats|
Ohio University received a lead gift of $100,000 from alumni Tom and Gwen Weihe that helped fund a renovation project of the Men’s Basketball team’s locker room at the Convocation Center. “We both graduated from OHIO and this gift was one way to give back to the University,” Tom Weihe said. “It was a way of thanking the University for everything it did to prepare me for a successful career.” he said. “OHIO was instrumental in forming me. It taught me to be a successful person.”
|VisCom's Sara Lewkowicz wins Perpignan Remi Ochlik Award|
Sara Lewkowicz, a visual communication graduate student, has won the prestigious international Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik award for her work documenting domestic violence.
|Power outage affects four West Green buildings on Athens campus|
The weekend failure of an underground electric feeder cable has caused a power outage in four buildings on the Athens campus.
|Grad student explores how cities can determine the best location for wind turbines|
As someone who spent her childhood sailing the coast of Lake County, geography graduate student Jessica Kelley is very familiar with Lake Erie's knack for serving up a good gust of wind. But upon viewing Lincoln Electric's installation of a massive wind turbine near the shoreline of Euclid, Ohio, she still couldn't help but wonder why the company had located it there.
|Visiting assistant professor organizes summer cultural series|
A summer cultural series organized by an Ohio University visiting assistant professor is bringing Athens-area adults together to nourish their social and intellectual needs.
|Phillips named associate dean of Chillicothe Campus|
Brenda D. Phillips, Ph.D., has been named associate dean of Ohio University-Chillicothe, effective July 22.
|Culinary Services introduces new gift card|
Beginning July 2013, Culinary Services will introduce a new gift card program to the campus population for the 2013-14
|Tyler Tettleton on Walter Camp Award Watch List|
Quarterback Tyler Tettleton is one of the 50 "players to watch" for the 2013 Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year award, the nation's fourth-oldest individual college football accolade.
|Shaw brings home four Emmys|
Evan Shaw, WOUB’s chief editor/videographer/producer, brought home four Emmy awards Saturday night during the Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ annual event in Cincinnati.