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Aug 1, 2018
Chillicothe campus enrollment doubles for Advanced Placement Summer Institute
Ohio University Chillicothe hosted its 19th annual Advanced Placement Summer Institute July 23 – 26, 2018. The AP Summer Institute introduces teaching methods, student exam expectations, and curriculum content.

Patton College faculty get media training opportunity over summer break
Two Patton College of Education professors, a center director, and a graduate assistant/doctoral candidate recently took a week-long media boot camp session to learn how to more effectively communicate with the media.

iCUE Spotlight: Aug 2-9, 2018
This week's events feature a business forum and free health clinics. Check out the Calendar of University Events for more information.

Aug 2, 2018
Groundbreaking on new chemistry building is Aug. 30
Faculty, staff and students are invited to a groundbreaking on a new state-of-the-art chemistry building at Ohio University is Thursday, Aug. 30, from 3 - 5 p.m. RSVP by Aug. 14.

Southern Campus Horse Lovers Camp teaches kids more than just riding [VIDEO]
The weeklong day camp is for children in grades 1-6 and teaches a varied curriculum. Participants learn animal care, proper horse grooming, riding and personal development concepts like communication and resilience.

Aug 3, 2018
Dustin Grooms to be featured on WATH 970 talk show Aug. 15
Dustin Grooms to be featured on WATH 970 talk show Aug. 15

Surplus Store fall hours announced
Ohio University Moving and Surplus announced that its Surplus Store hours for fall semester will be Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 3 p.m.

Scholars from Egypt creating research collaborations at OHIO
It’s been a whirlwind of excitement and educational opportunities for six public health scholars visiting Ohio University from Egypt this summer.

Registration open for new courses in Professional Development Pathways program
The first two certificates within the OHIO Professional Development Pathways program opened for participation on Wednesday, August 1. The “University Accounting” and “University Purchasing” certificates are made up of several new courses which will be launched over the next six months. Many other non-certificate courses are also available.

Aug 7, 2018
Ohio University featured in August 2018 edition of 'Delta Sky' magazine
Ohio University featured in August 2018 edition of Delta Sky magazine

The latest news from Ohio University Press
The Ohio University Press announced that it recently hosted its annual scholarly publishing forum, had a book reviewed by "Kirkus Reviews" and one of its authors was interviewed on BBC radio.

Volunteers needed for Bobcat Welcome Week
Student Affairs needs faculty and staff volunteers for the Bobcat Move-In Crew the<br />Class of 2022 Photo Experience and the President's Convocation for First-Year Students. Sign up online by Aug. 17.

Aug 8, 2018
College of Business alumnus gives back through enhancement fund
Since graduating from Ohio University, Michael Rodarte, BBA ’04, has given back to the College of Business, offering students following in his footsteps advice, helping them build professional networks and connecting them with career opportunities – all as a means of ensuring their post-graduation success.

From orientations to an expanded Welcome Week, OHIO is ready to ring in a new academic year
From orientations to the President’s Convocation for First-Year Students, Ohio University will host a slew of activities designed to welcome new students and faculty to the Bobcat family.

Board of Trustees agenda for Aug. 21 meetings released
The Ohio University Board of Trustees will convene Aug. 21 for meetings on the Dublin Campus. The board will remain on the Dublin campus for a retreat on Aug. 22.

iCUE Spotlight: August 9-16, 2018
This week's schedule features free health clinics and a Title IX session for incoming international graduate students.

OUPD to conduct active shooter training Aug. 13-17 at Lasher Hall
The training is being held to ensure officers know the latest techniques and have an opportunity to practice and fine tune their skills when responding to a report of an active shooter.

Ohio University Southern Bobcats invade the Ashland Town Center [VIDEO]
Faculty, staff and student ambassadors from Ohio University Southern take over the Ashland Town Center every year in a recruiting and informational event known as "Bobcat Invasion."

Aug 9, 2018
Midwest Executives-on-Roster platform matches entrepreneurs with university startups
Midwest Executives-on-Roster platform matches entrepreneurs with university startups

Paul Abraham returns as associate dean at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington
Paul Abraham returns as associate dean at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington

OHIO alumni share journeys to becoming published authors
Within the vast network of Ohio University alumni are many accomplished authors whose published works cover a wide-range of subjects and genres.

OHIO alumnus brings nation's largest indoor adventure park to his hometown
Ohio University alumnus Greg Carlin is elevating fun and fitness and providing a boost to his hometown with Play:CLE, the nation’s largest indoor adventure park.

OHIO Facilities Management and Safety begins exterior renovations to Jennings House
OHIO Facilities Management and Safety begins exterior renovations to Jennings House

Aug 13, 2018
OHIO wi-fi adds support for broad range of devices
Students, faculty and staff can connect smart speakers, TVs, streaming devices, game consoles, and wireless printers.

OHIO’s LaPoe named 2018 Outstanding Woman in Journalism, Mass Communication Education
Victoria LaPoe, an assistant professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, has won the Commission on the Status of Women 2018 Outstanding Woman in Journalism and Mass Communication Education award. The award includes a $100 honorarium.

Food Studies' Shonk develops Baker Center edible garden project
Food Studies theme student Benjamin Shonk '18 spent a large part of his summer working on a wonderful new project on the Ohio University campus: the Baker Center Edible Garden.

Physicists propose new model to study pairing properties of nuclei
A team of Ohio University nuclear physicists has proposed a new theoretical model for calculating pairing properties of atomic nuclei including those found in extreme astrophysical environments. As in some solids in which two interacting electrons pair up to act as one object that leads to superconductivity, interacting neutrons (or protons) in nuclei pair up to cause superfluidity (or superconductivity) in nuclei.

Sigma Delta Pi names OHIO an honors chapter
The Ohio University chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the national collegiate Hispanic honor society, was named a 2018 Honor Chapter. Of the 600-plus chapters nationwide, only nine chapters were selected this year.

Food Studies and OHIO Student Farm host Ghanaian scholars
The Food Studies theme recently hosted a delegation of faculty and graduate students from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana at the OHIO Student Farm.

University community notified of temporary closure to portion of East State St. and alternate travel routes
University community notified of temporary closure to portion of East State St., alternate routes

Aug 14, 2018
OHIO President Nellis meets with Ironton, Proctorville business and industry leaders
Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis met with local business leaders to discuss industry, education, healthcare and more during an August 10 roundtable luncheon on Ohio University’s Southern Campus.

President Nellis visits Eastern Campus, meets with St. Clairsville business and industry leaders
Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis met with area business leaders to discuss local economic development, education and opportunities for improving community relationships during an August 13 roundtable luncheon on Ohio University’s Eastern Campus.

Reusable To-Go Container Program in place for fall semester 2018
Beginning Thursday, Aug. 23, customers may purchase a green Reusable To-Go Container from any checker stand in the three residential Dining Courts. Containers have a one-time cost of $5. Customers who don't participate in the Reusable To-Go Container program can eat in the Dining Court or purchase a single-use compostable box for $0.50.

Faculty heads project to create a place and time for open dialogues
As a way to encourage a culture of open dialogue, Sarah Davis is creating a place and time for people to engage in face-to-face communication. She hopes to better bridge the University with the surrounding community.

NIH funds faculty research on how obesity leads to heart disease
A faculty researcher at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is one of the leaders of a new NIH-funded project to explore a chemical pathway by which changes in fat metabolism brought on by human obesity can lead to cardiovascular disease.

Aug 15, 2018
Meet July Classified Employee of the Month Ruth Blickle
Blickle, an administrative associate for the Air Force and Army ROTC programs, likes Agatha Christie movies and books, Cape Cod vacations and red Lamborghinis. Find out more about her here.

What students, parents and guests need to know about Bobcat Welcome Week
The Athens Campus will be bustling with activity during Welcome Week. This information is designed to assist in helping make the move-in experience as smooth as possible.

Annual Football Media Day was Aug. 10
The press conference took place on the second floor of Peden Stadium, where select coaches and players also had a chance to talk with the media. Check it out here.

New Moving and Surplus website is live
The new Moving and Surplus website is live in the new Web CMS, as of August 13. An added feature to this site is a news feed, which will include important Moving and Surplus updates.

Recreation students improve staff retention for Outdoor Adventure Center in North Carolina
In Fall 2016, several Patton College of Education students worked with Nantahala Outdoor Center to improve its staff retention. To that end, the students proposed a quality solution that was so good, NOC implemented the solution this year.

Aug 16, 2018
iCUE Spotlight: Aug. 17-23, 2018
This week's schedule features Public Telescope Nights in The Ridges, orientation for transfer students and Bobcat Welcome Week events. Check out this week's calendar here.

President’s Convocation will welcome first-year students to campus Aug. 26
This year’s Convocation will utilize the new video screens in the Convo to employ multimedia programming, including the use of video messages and a cellphone light activity to energize students as they prepare to start classes the following day. The event aims to entertain, inform, excite and plant the earliest seeds of Bobcat Pride.

Two Ohio University programs receive ‘2018 Inspiring Programs in STEM’ award
Two Ohio University programs have received the 2018 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.

Nominations open for 2018 Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship
Nominations open for 2018 Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship

Aug 17, 2018
OHIO alumna finds success in the world of public relations
Relevance International founder and CEO Suzanne Rosnowski, a 2001 graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, has built one of the fastest-growing independently owned public relations firms.

Research Division announces fall 2018 funding and workshops
Research Division announces fall 2018 funding and workshops

Athens City Comprehensive Plan online surveys available
The City of Athens has launched a series of online surveys to collect additional public feedback and input for the city’s comprehensive plan.

OHIO faculty and staff encouraged to plan for increased parking activity, traffic during Bobcat Move-In 2018
University faculty and staff are asked to remain aware of the potential for increased campus traffic and parking lot activity as OHIO students begin to officially return to campus this week. The majority of students are scheduled to return to campus between Wednesday, Aug. 22 and Sunday, Aug. 26.

Institute gives high school students hands-on look at legal system
More than 40 alumni and guest speakers brought high school students in the Summer Law & Trial Institute face-to-face with legal issues from today's headlines—and even a mock trial.

What to expect when your OHIO password expires
OHIO is implementing an annual password change requirement. Expiration notices will only appear inside the OHIO login page. If you receive an email about an expired password, it is a scam.

Aug 20, 2018
Regional Campus Employees Encouraged to Participate in Healthy OHIO
Benefits-participating employees at OHIO’s Regional Campuses (and their benefits-participating spouses/partners) are encouraged to take advantage of the various benefits of the Healthy OHIO program this fall, in advance of their spring biometric health screenings.

OHIO Alumni Night at Hollywood Bowl brings Big Easy to La La Land
On Sept. 8, the Greater Los Angeles Chapter will hold its OHIO Alumni Night at the Hollywood Bowl, which this year brings the Big Easy to La La Land and Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis and First Lady Ruthie Nellis on their first gathering with the L.A. area Bobcats.

Healthy OHIO health screening dates announced for Athens campus
Healthy OHIO is an umbrella wellness program that houses two rewards programs: an online/mobile wellness platform called Virgin Pulse and the previously mentioned biometric health screenings.

Schedule announced for fall 2018 Science Café and Café Conversations series
Schedule announced for fall 2018 Science Café and Café Conversations series

Thompson headed to Japan as Miura visiting professor
Dr. Christopher Thompson, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Ohio University, will spend Fall 2018 in Japan, representing OHIO as the 43rd Kohei Miura Visiting Professor at Chubu University.

Patton College counseling professor and chair named to National Council on Rehabilitation Education Board
Dr. Mona Robinson, professor in The Patton College of Education’s Counseling and Higher Education program, was recently elected to the board of The National Council on Rehabilitation Education. She will serve a four-year term as second vice-president.

Kids on Campus awarded nearly $5M in 21st Century grants
Thanks to 21st Century Community Learning Center grants administered by the Ohio Department of Education, Kids on Campus will continue to offer its services to school districts in Southeast Ohio for the foreseeable future.

Dr. Christine Bhat's grant expands Behavioral-Health Workforce in Southeast Ohio
Dr. Christine Suniti Bhat and Dr. Sherry Shamblin, chief strategy officer at Hopewell Health Centers, recently completed the third year of their multi-year, $540,201-grant, Train, Gain, Retain: Counselors Serving Children, Adolescents, and Transitional-Age Youth in Rural Appalachia. It enabled 32 master’s students to work with local children and adolescents to address their mental health needs.

Brian Collins analyzes horror posters in India
As the home to the world’s largest film industry, India is littered with movie posters, most of them advertising typical Bollywood-style musicals. But for the last decade or so, Dr. Brian Collins has taken an interest in a different type of film poster: the horror film.

University to host fall active shooter trainings
One goal of active shooter training is to help you be more prepared should an active shooter incident occur. Sign up now.

Aug 21, 2018
OHIO celebrates Facilities Management and Safety staff
Ohio University Facilities Management and Safety leaders recognized staff for their contributions and service to the University on August 16 during the Facilities Management and Safety Picnic and Awards Ceremony, with sessions held in the morning at Nelson Hall and in the evening at Southside Park. Leaders from Facilities Management and Safety recognized 57 bargaining unit employees for their service anniversaries.

Heritage College scientist gets NIH grant renewed to study fatty liver disease
A research project headed by Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty member Sonia Michael Najjar has received a grant for more than $1.74 million from the National Institutes of Health.

OUPD hosts active shooter training with local law enforcement agencies
Ohio University Police Department conducted Active Shooter Response Training for area law enforcement, Aug. 13-17, at Lasher Hall. The training is held to ensure officers have an opportunity to practice their skills when responding to an active shooter.

Kennedy Lecture Series and Frontiers in Science Lecture Series announce 2018-19 speakers
The Ohio University Kennedy Lecture Series and Frontiers in Science Lecture Series will host three exciting events this academic year. Film production designer Molly Hughes, podcasting foodie scientists Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley and women's rights icon Anita Hill will speak on campus.

New public excellence leadership academy developed by OHIO’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
The George V. Voinovich Academy for Excellence in Public Service, recently launched by Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, offers a new opportunity for leaders serving in government, public and nonprofit organizations to enhance their skill set.

Regional Higher Education Study Committee progresses work toward recommendations for achieving a sustainable academics and resources model for OHIO’s regional campuses
The Regional Higher Education Study Committee is making progress on a set of recommendations that will identify opportunities for further growth for OHIO’s regional campuses.

The Patton College of Education ranked among Top 25 popular Online Master's in Reading and Literacy Education
The Patton College of Education was ranked 18th. Schools were ranked on program popularity, overall strength of online teacher education programs, accreditation and affordability.

Ohio University Board of Trustees approves capital projects, reviews updates
Ohio University’s Board of Trustees approved new capital projects and received updates regarding the University’s enrollments, investments and more during its Aug. 21 meetings held on the Dublin Campus.

Aug 22, 2018
HRSA grant funds improvements to diabetes navigation program
A $600,000 grant from the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration will allow the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine to expand a program to improve health outcomes and lower costs for diabetes patients in southeastern Ohio.

Lancaster Campus new student orientation welcomes incoming class
Lancaster Campus new student orientation welcomes incoming class

42 Saudi educators spending year at OHIO in school leadership immersion program
Forty-two educators from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are spending a year at Ohio University in a professional development program dubbed the “Khbrat” program, which means "experience" in Arabic.

Heritage College researcher helps unravel Madagascar’s evolutionary history
Nancy Stevens, Ph.D., faculty member with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, is among the authors of a new paper that may prompt scientists to change their long-held views on the evolutionary history of the island of Madagascar.

Southern Campus recognizes 32 summer Nursing graduates
The Nursing Program at Ohio University Southern recently recognized 32 students who completed the Associate Degree Nursing program this summer. The ADN graduates participated in a traditional pinning ceremony.

Ohio University to break ground on new chemistry building Aug. 30
Ohio University will break ground on a new state-of-the-art chemistry building on Thursday, Aug. 30.

OHIO Volleyball selected as 2018 MAC Preseason Favorite in Coaches' Poll
The OHIO Volleyball team has been selected to win the Mid-American Conference East Division, regular season and tournament titles in the league's 2018 preseason coaches' poll, the conference office announced today. The Bobcats earned nine of the MAC East Division's 12 first-place votes and finished with 68 points.

Aug 23, 2018
How to spot email scams
Email scams can take many forms, but they all have one thing in common.

iCUE Spotlight: Aug. 24-30, 2018
This week's calendar features a Center for International Studies Orientation and the opening for the "What Were You Wearing?" art exhibit. Click on the CUE to find out more.

President Nellis shares Ohio University’s 2017-2018 Annual Report
President Nellis shares Ohio University’s 2017-2018 Annual Report

Aug 24, 2018
New course available in Professional Development Pathways Program
The Oracle Business Intelligence Navigation eLearning course is a self-study course that will introduce users to the basics of OBI Reporting.

Registration underway for OHIO’s 2018 Homecoming Parade
Ohio University's 2018 Homecoming Parade will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20. Members of the OHIO and surrounding communities are invited to participate with spirited floats, banners and displays celebrating the theme "Athens State of Mind."

University Human Resources announces holidays and winter break closure days
As indicated in Ohio University’s Policy and Procedure #41.125, University Human Resources annually issues an official list of holiday observance dates. See the dates here.

New annual password change requirement for faculty and staff
As part of ongoing efforts to improve data security, Ohio University has established a new annual password change requirement for employees. Password expirations will be phased in gradually over the next several months.

Aug 26, 2018
Clippinger Hall parking lots, portion of University Terrace now closed
REMINDER: Clippinger Hall parking lots, University Terrace to close August 27

Stevens Literacy Center’s reading camp benefits local K-3 children
The Patton College of Education’s Stevens Literacy Center hosted a six-week reading camp, “Reading in the Treehouse,” to benefit K-3 students from Athens, Vinton, and Meigs Counties. Approximately 30 students participated in the camp, which ran June 5 to July 12.

Ohio University Southern alumna receives Emmy nomination for ‘Heroin(e)’ film
Jan Rader, a 2008 graduate of Ohio University Southern’s nursing program, recently celebrated an Emmy Award nomination for the Netflix documentary, “Heroin(e).” The film follows the drug epidemic in Huntington, West Virginia.

RallyCap Sports OU helps those with disabilities play sports
This year, Jake Brahney, chose to start a fundraiser for the Ohio University chapter of RallyCap Sports in lieu of receiving birthday gifts. In two weeks, he raised more than $700 in funds for the OHIO chapter.

Aug 27, 2018
Bobcat Nation welcomes new OHIO Alumni Association executive director
Erin Essak Kopp, the new assistant vice president of alumni relations and executive director of the OHIO Alumni Association, officially joined the Bobcat family on Aug. 6.

OHIO researchers called upon to solve midge fly infestation in Ohio waste water treatment plants
Water reclamation facilities provide an ideal home—cozy indoor facilities with plenty of sludge on the menu—for midge flies. Dr. Bekka Brodie and Dr. Kelly Johnson put together a team of undergraduate researchers to help find environmentally friendly solutions.

Ridges Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for August 29
The Ridges Advisory Committee is scheduled to meet at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, August 29 in Baker University Center Room 242.

Researchers get 1804 funding for freshwater research facility
A new experimental outdoor Aquatic Mesocosm Facility will be a freshwater research facility that will enable graduate and undergraduate research and experiential learning.

University partners with City to leverage roadway improvement dollars
This year Ohio University is partnering with the City of Athens for the first time on the city’s annual paving project. The City of Athens devotes resources to street improvements each year through its annual paving project and this year, OHIO will contribute $200,000 to fund the milling and repaving of several sections of campus roadways.

New Contract and Insurance matrix available
New Contract and Insurance matrix available

A Welcome Back Message from President Nellis
A Welcome Back Message from President Nellis

OUPD partners with Survivor Advocacy Program to host Sept. 4 Coffee with a Cop
An opening reception for The “What Were You Wearing?” Survivor Art Installation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, in Trisolini Gallery. Coffee with a Cop will take place outside the gallery from 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Aug 28, 2018
Multicultural Student Expo 2018 is Aug. 30
The 2018 Multicultural Student Expo will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, in the Baker University Center Ballroom. The event allows students to meet new friends, network with faculty and staff and learn more about academic and social offerings.

Ensuring a safe, warm and welcoming environment at Ohio University
Ensuring a safe, warm and welcoming environment at Ohio University

Aug 29, 2018
Renovations to Ridges Buildings 13, 14 and 18 to begin in September
Renovations to Ridges Buildings 13, 14 and 18 to begin in September

UPC to host ‘Taste of Athens’ Sept. 5 on South Beach
A “Taste of Athens" is a fun way to kick off the school year and see some of that finest things Athens has to offer.

Veterans and Military Student Services Center to host Landing Zone trainings for faculty and staff
The Landing Zone program provides participants with more understanding and the resources to help veteran students better handle their unique challenges across campus. It has produced more than 100 veteran advocates across the Athens and Chillicothe campuses.

Global Engagement Award nominations now being accepted
The International Education Week Committee at Ohio University is now accepting nominations for the annual Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement, which this year include a new award for community engagement

OHIO welcomes Yutaka Hirata from Chubu University to campus
Chubu University Professor Yutaka Hirata is spending parts of August and September at Ohio University (OHIO) as the newest Robert Glidden Visiting Professor.

CHIP information sessions schedule announced
With the Complete Health Improvement Program, you can experience remarkable benefits gained through simple lifestyle changes. The program is free for University employees and spouses.

Registration open for The Humanities and Technology Camp's September event
OHIO faculty, staff and students are invited to register for THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp), which will be coming to Ohio University on September 21 and 22.

Take a look at some of the best photos from 2018 Bobcat Welcome Week [PHOTOS]
Sunday’s annual President’s Convocation for First-Year Students in the Convocation Center was just one event in a weekend packed with fun and informative activities for Ohio University’s newest students. Check out the pictures.

Aug 30, 2018 now available to all OHIO employees with a public library card is an online learning provider with more than 6,000 courses on a large variety of topics including Microsoft Excel, Project Management, Communication Skills, Career Development, and Management Skills.

Ohio Employee News to be distributed on Tuesday, Sept. 4
Ohio University offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 3 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Because of the closure, the next Ohio Employee News email will be distributed on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Athletics announces enhanced football game day events
The enhancements include the new Bobcat Nation Pavilion, Peden Patio, Ohio Bobcat Club End Zone Club and a new Bobcat Authentic Team Store. The Bobcats open the season on Sept. 1 against Howard University.

iCUE Spotlight: Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2018
This week's events feature the OHIO Farmer's Market, a Greek recruitment session and the College of Business Career Fair. Check the University's calendar for more upcoming events.

Ridges Advisory Committee convenes for first meeting of Fall Semester 2018
Members of The Ridges Advisory Committee received updates on the University’s renovation plans for Ridges Buildings 13, 14 and 18, scheduled repairs to the Ridges Circle roadway and more during the Aug. 29 meeting.

‘The Write to Recover’ program supports women overcoming drug and alcohol substance use disorders
Athens-area women are finding healing from drug and alcohol substance use disorders through “The Write to Recover” program on the Athens Campus. It gives Rural Women’s Recovery Program participants a safe space to express their emotions without judgment or fear of criticism.

Southern Campus hosts first OMSAR Peer Mentorship collaboration
A group of 20 freshmen will start the fall semester at Ohio University Southern in the company of new friends, thanks to a $20,000 peer mentoring grant. The project, under the direction of Dr. Purba Das, is the first regional campus collaboration for the Office for Multicultural Student Access and Retention Peer Mentorship program.

Ohio University Women’s Club Kick Off is Sept. 13
Initially founded in 1936, the Ohio University Women’s Club is a social organization for all women who work at the University and the spouses/partners of University employees.