|Professor lends expertise to UN on climate and security|
Just this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) -- an initiative of the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) -- released the first section of its 5th Assessment Report. It's the work of nearly 1,000 experts worldwide who sifted through six years' worth of scientific, technical and scholarly articles to aggregate and characterize everything we know about climate change, its potential impacts and its implications.
|University Human Resources issues required insurance marketplace information|
The Ohio University community received notification on Oct. 1 from University Human Resources about the existence of health insurance Marketplaces.
|Senator George V. Voinovich Visits Ohio University|
Retired U.S. Senator George Voinovich and OHIO Visiting Professor of Leadership and Public Affairs visited Ohio University Tuesday September 24th with hopes of giving students "insight into how things really are." Circled by plaques in honor of his contributions to the State of Ohio in the Alden Library Voinovich Seminar Room, the Senator exchanged handshakes with over thirty students and visitors to Dr. DeLysa Burnier's "Interest Groups in American Politics" class. Then, he dived into a pool of questions about the state of the American student and American society submitted by the students.
|Physics Open House: What not to do with your microwave, and more|
The Ohio University Department of Physics and Astronomy Open House is Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clippinger Laboratories on the Athens campus.
|Vice Provost of Diversity and Inclusion candidates announced|
The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost has released the names of the three candidates identified as finalists.
|Angeles Eames CV|
The curricula vitae of Angeles Eames
|Kirstein named dean of Heritage College’s new northeast Ohio medical school campus|
Isaac J. Kirstein, D.O., FACOI, joins the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine as dean of its new campus in affiliation with the Cleveland Clinic on Oct. 1. <br /><br />“We welcome our first class of students to this campus in July 2015, and we are fortunate to have Dr. Kirstein lead our efforts in northeast Ohio as we endeavor to address the state’s most pressing health care needs,” said Kenneth H. Johnson, D.O., executive dean of the Heritage College.<br />
|Engineering alum returns to campus as published poet|
While former OHIO students reconnected with each other and campus at Black Alumni Reunion this weekend, an engineering alumnus was connecting with a whole new audience at his poetry book signing. Jesse Owens II, BSIT ’89, appeared Saturday at The Little Professor bookstore on Court Street to sign copies of his book, Chronicle of a Different State of Mind: Parallels of Life thru Poetry.
|Black Alumni Reunion hosts new networking event|
For the first time in the event’s more than 30-year history, the Black Alumni Reunion, held this past weekend, included a Black Owned Business Owner Networking Reception.
|OIT identifies cause of Sep 18 Internet outage, makes changes to prevent recurrence|
In the wake of a 3 hour Internet outage on Sep 18, OIT has made changes to the university's Domain Name Service (DNS) to prevent a similar outage from happening again.
|Roundtable on Banning Literary Texts by African American Authors, Oct. 3|
A Roundtable Discussion on Banning Literary Texts by African American Authors is Thursday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. in the Faculty Commons, third floor of Alden Library.
|Value of internships and other news from Chillicothe Campus|
Internships bridge classroom and workplace, plus campus initiates community service awards as part of Heritage Day
|John Bello-Ogunu CV(1)|
John Bello-Ogunu CV
|John Hopkins professor to speak at Costa Lecture|
The Ohio University Department of History announces the 36th Costa Lecture, “Meeting Monsters in the Streets of Restoration London,” by Dr. Mary Fissel on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Walter Hall Rotunda.
|AEP to work on power lines serving Athens Campus|
The maintenance is part of a larger overall program that began Oct. 1 and continues through December to re-build one of the circuits serving the Athens area.
|Black alumni celebrate the 2013 reunion at signature gala event|
More than 300 black alumni and friends gathered at the 2013 Black Alumni Reunion
Gala on Sept. 28, Celebrating Black Heritage at Ohio University Through the Decades.
|Former program coordinator named 2014 recipient of Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award|
Dr. Andrew Kreutzer honored for program leadership
|University plays major role in Nelsonville Bypass opening|
After 48 years of discussions, planning and construction, the $160 million, 8.5-mile U.S. 33 Nelsonville Bypass opened on Tuesday, Oct. 1, and Ohio University faculty, staff, students and alumni played a major role.
|Kellogg and Willis named to preseason All-MAC basketball teams|
Senior guard Nick Kellogg and junior guard Javarez Willis were named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-MAC Teams.
|Volleyball team climbs to No. 20 in AVCA poll|
The Ohio University volleyball team (12-2, 2-0 MAC) checks in at No. 20 in the AVCA Division I Coaches Poll released Monday.
|Open Forum: faculty tech director finalist Jeff Ahrendt, Oct 7|
Jeff Ahrendt, finalist for OIT's new executive director for instructional technology and research position, will present at an open forum at 1pm in Alden 319 on Oct 7.
|Clery Report reminds us to take precautions against crime|
The 2013 Clery Report showed no alarming trends in campus safety, although there were a few noticeable changes compared to 2010 and 2011.
|Nigerian Independence Day celebration is Saturday|
On Oct. 1, 1960, Nigeria gained its independence from the United Kingdom. Now 53 years later, Ohio University students are bringing the celebration to Athens.
|Clery Report provides latest campus crime statistics|
The annual security compliance document, titled the Clery Report, is available on the Ohio University Police Department website.
|Black Alumni Reunion brings memories and friends back to Athens [PHOTOS]|
Ohio University’s black alumni returned to Athens Campus for the 2013 “Through the Decades”-themed triennial event Sept. 26-29. The Ohio University Alumni Association (OUAA) the Ohio University Ebony Bobcat Network (EBN) and other groups hosted events throughout the weekend, giving alumni myriad opportunities to celebrate their ties to the University and reconnected with one another. The much-anticipated triennial event is OHIO’s largest formal alumni reunion.
|Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" brings new meaning to classic novel [VIDEO]|
Two Ohio University Lancaster students who are part of the OUL Theatr''s production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" this fall say the play has deepened the meaning of the classic novel for them.
|Scripps Day 2013 to focus on partnership opportunities, post-graduation success|
The eighth annual Scripps Day will take place Tuesday, Oct. 8, on Ohio University's Athens Campus.
|New Gordy ‘Holo-deck’ lab offers classroom of the future|
One component of OHIO’s Language Resource Center, Gordy 015, dedicated to language learning, now includes what has been nicknamed the “Holo-deck.”
|OHIO greetings, social media downloads available just in time for Homecoming|
Ohio University Communications and Marketing is offering Bobcat Nation the opportunity to personalize their e-greetings and social media pages with OHIO-themed images.
|Classics in a Pool, Classics Online, Classics’ Metamorphosis?|
When classics faculty from around the state gather at Ohio University this weekend, their agenda melds some classical scholarly discussions with some modern techniques—a swimming pool, QR codes, online teaching, and undergraduate student research.
|Scientists seek answers about Mal de Debarquement Syndrome, a rare condition that evokes a constant feeling of motion|
Arianne Daume will never forget what happened on February 28, 2010. Immediately after stepping off a week-long Caribbean cruise, her head was spinning—and it hasn’t stopped since.
|‘You’re Not Going to Break Bach… Experiment!’|
For two weeks this summer in Arcata, California, Natalie Klco '15 shared a love for an instrument whose mere existence is unknown to most
|From China to Athens to Prestigious Post-Doc in Germany|
Physics and Astronomy doctoral student Yinyun Li ’13PhD, current holder of the department’s Y.-C. Chang Graduate Fellowship, has accepted a post-doctoral position beginning this fall in Germany, at the Georg-August-University Gӧttingen.
|Russ College of Engineering and Technology welcomes new chief financial and administrative officer|
The Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University has welcomed Luanne Bowman as its new chief financial and administrative offer. The position, similar to those in other colleges, was created in response to the university’s transition to responsibility center management.
|Annual Homecoming display at Alden Library this weekend|
The proverbial memory lane begins at Alden Library's annual Homecoming display on Friday.
|Voting for Homecoming king, queen begins today|
The Ohio University Homecoming Court has been selected, and now it’s time for the OHIO student body to determine who will serve as this year’s Homecoming king and queen. Voting for OHIO’s Homecoming king and queen begins at 8 a.m. today (Oct. 7) – the first day of Homecoming Week – and ends at noon on Friday, Oct. 11. Each Ohio University student is eligible to vote but may only vote once.
|Homecoming Week 2013 is in full swing|
Ohio University is kicking off its 91st Homecoming celebration with the theme “OUr Past, OUr Present, OUr Future.”
|Word on the Street - it's you video [VIDEO]|
With the recent premiere of Ohio University's "it's you" campaign, Rachel Bailey asks students which comments in the commercials they connected with the most.
|Walter Fieldhouse site offers learning opportunity to OHIO engineering students|
The newest building on Ohio University’s Athens Campus doesn’t yet have walls or a roof, but Wednesday it played classroom to more than 80 students when a group from the Russ College of Engineering and Technology toured the Walter Fieldhouse site.
|OHIO engineering students tour Walter Fieldhouse [PHOTO ESSAY]|
More than 80 students got an up close look at the Walter Fieldhouse site.
|Nanotechnology is topic of Wednesday Science Cafe|
Savas Kaya, associate professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, will explore nanotechnology during his Science Café talk titled, "Nanoscale Science & Engineering: Hype or Opportunity?" at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9.
|Author to discuss representations of feminism in the media|
Janell Hobson, an associate professor of Women's Studies at the University at Albany, State University of New York, will present, "The Politics of Looking (And Not Looking) Like a Feminist" on Thursday, Oct. 10.
|Sociologists explore the complex relationships we form in cyberspace|
When one thinks “social network,” it’s easy to envision Facebook posts or LinkedIn connections. When Ted Welser thinks “social network,” he sees the Industrial Revolution.
|Strategic approach supports strong enrollment on Chillicothe Campus|
Fall enrollment numbers and other news from the Chillicothe Campus
|A&S faculty bring curricular themes to life|
College of Arts & Science faculty are tackling the challenges of the 21st century by building interdisciplinary and team-taught courses around a new set of curricular themes. This initiative seeks to provide students with a broad but integrated range of opportunities for building the critical skills and knowledge they need for successful careers, engaged citizenship and fulfilling lives.
|Poets: Wednesday: Lemon Meringue; Thursday: Mud Pie|
Measure two faculty from the College of Fine Arts, add one from English. Stir well. Bake lovingly by another English faculty. Enjoy.
|Undergrad Seminar: The Math Behind the Bowl Championship Series, Oct. 9|
Mathematics student Jason Crea will discuss “The Math Behind the Bowl Championship Series” on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 4:10 p.m. in Morton 122 as part of the Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar series.
|Walk a Mile in Her Shoes slated for Oct. 19|
Ohio University’s sixth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes will step off at noon Saturday, Oct. 19.
|Record breaking Got Swabbed? campaign is Oct. 15 [VIDEO]|
The Got Swabbed? donor drive will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, on the Baker University Center third floor atrium. The process can potentially save the life of someone affected by nonfunctioning bone marrow caused by leukemia, lymphoma, other cancers and genetic diseases.
|National Coming Out Day is Oct. 11|
The Ohio University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community is celebrating LGBT History Month with a week of events to celebrate National Coming Out Day.
|Golding announces Brice Bible taking job at Buffalo|
In a message to University faculty and staff, Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Golding announced Chief Information Officer Brice Bible would be leaving in November for a new position at the University of Buffalo.
|Indo-American Friendship Day Dinner tickets available|
The Indo-American Friendship Day Dinner provides an evening of Indian cuisine and entertainment on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 5 p.m. in the Baker University Center Ballroom.
|Chila named ‘Educator of the Year’ by American Osteopathic Foundation|
Anthony Chila, D.O., professor emeritus in the Department of Family Medicine, received the American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) 2013 Educator of the Year award on Sunday, Sept. 29.
|Chila named ‘Educator of the Year’ by American Osteopathic Foundation|
Anthony Chila, D.O., professor emeritus in the Department of Family Medicine, received the American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) 2013 Educator of the Year award on Sunday, Sept. 29.
|Free course aids health care providers who treat patients with chronic pain|
The Area Health Education Center (AHEC) at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, in collaboration with the Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association, will present a continuing education session for health care providers about opioid use for patient care on Wednesday, Oct. 23, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Ohio University Inn and Conference Center.
|Child Health Conference addresses behavior issues with Appalachian children|
A conference for health care professionals who work with children in Appalachia features a renowned researcher whose work concentrates on how stress and early-life experiences affect long-term health.
|University to offer peer-reviewed online course certifications|
The university will begin implementing a peer reviewed quality assurance program in spring semester for online courses.
|Fall 2013 issue of 'Ohio Today' now available|
Open the pages of the Fall 2013 issue of Ohio Today and embark on a personal journey.
|OHIO surpasses American Cancer Society expectations|
The Ohio University Athens Campus community answered the call to participate in an American Cancer Society prevention study with overwhelming support.
|Alumnus, former dean at OHIO receives award from Mortar Board Society|
Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society recently presented the Distinguished Lifetime Membership Award to William Butler, former Ohio University dean of students and two-time OHIO alumnus.
|Zanesville Halloween Run/Walk to benefit United Way|
Ohio University Zanesville is hosting a Halloween fun run and walk to benefit the United Way of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan Counties on Oct. 26.
|Pre-Law Day on Oct. 18 to explore legal careers|
On Friday, Oct. 18, Ohio University will host its annual Pre-Law Day, featuring 10 professionals from a variety of backgrounds in law, in Baker University Center.
|Science Cafe to discuss fracking the opera house|
An unlikely connection exists between fracking and opera houses. Coal companies used to restore opera houses in exchange for the use of the land for mining.
|A post-racial electorate? Not quite|
The Internet and media are abuzz about a new study — co-authored by an Ohio University researcher — that suggests that the Voting Rights Act has played a key role in increasing minority representation on city councils nationwide.<br /><br />The study, titled "Are We There Yet? The Voting Rights Act and Black Representation on City Councils, 1981–2006," has been featured on Al Jazeera America, The Atlantic, and The Talking Points Memo, among other media outlets over the past week. It will be published this fall in The Journal of Politics. <br />
|Researcher to discuss conflict in Cuba|
A researcher with strong personal and professional ties to Cuba will visit Ohio University to discuss the political conflicts in the country and Latin America. Charles McKelvey will present "Cuba, Latin America and the Global Conflicts of Our Time."
|Bobcat Nation celebrates Homecoming 2013|
See some of the highlights from Ohio University's 91st Homecoming, celebrating "OUr Past, OUr Present, OUr Future."
|Lancaster Campus students to participate in Athens Campus physics and astronomy event|
Students from Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington will head to Athens this weekend to help with the Ohio University Department of Physics and Astronomy Open House. The event is being held at Clippinger Laboratories on October 19 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|Outstanding alumni honored at annual Homecoming Awards Gala|
Each year, Ohio University bestows its highest honors on alumni and friends whose professional accomplishments or service to the university are particularly distinguished. This year’s awardees were recognized at the black-tie Alumni Awards Gala on Friday, Oct. 11, during Homecoming.
|Alum gets prize for turtle conservation work in Colombian Amazon|
Ohio University alum Dr. Vivian Páez ’95PhD received the Sabin Turtle Conservation Prize for her research and work to conserve Columbia’s endemic turtle species over the past 30 years.
|Hicks: Get ready for ‘taikonauts’ landing on the moon|
“How will you feel when Chinese taikonauts are walking around on the moon? Is this just one more example of the United States ceding its technological superiority? How you feel might depend on what happens to the U.S. space program over the next decade,” writes Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Professor of Physics and Astronomy.
|Sasquatch DNA: A Red-Haired Sister to Humans?|
DNA evidence has gotten felons off death row. Could it be about to get Sasquatch onto the list of newly discovered species? Dr. Scott Moody has been teaching and researching various topics of biology at Ohio University for 35 years. For the last 15 years or so, he’s been looking at Bigfoot evidence—from a scientific perspective.
|All faculty invited to explore curricular themes on Nov. 5|
Ohio University faculty are invited to attend the first annual “Themes Fest” on Nov. 5 from 2-4 p.m., in the Nelson Commons Reception Area. Themes Fest provides an update on the curricular themes initiative launched in the College of Arts & Sciences last spring.
|‘Refuge,’ stories of Nazi persecution victims, Oct. 17|
The Contemporary History Institute sponsors the airing of the documentary REFUGE: Stories of the Selfhelp Home, directed by Ethan Bensinger, on Thursday, Oct. 17, at 4:30 p.m., in the Baker Theater. Bensinger is available for questions after the film. This event is free and open to the public.
|Psychology Colloquium: Hypocrisy within a group, the black sheep effect, Oct. 18|
The Psychology Department Colloquium series presents Dr. Jamie Barden, Associate Professor of Psychology at Howard University, currently on sabbatical at Ohio State University. His talk is on “Order of Actions Mitigates Hypocrisy Judgments but Differentially for Ingroup and Outgroup Members” on Friday, Oct. 18, at 11:50 a.m. in Porter 102.
|Physics Open House: Beating Back Gravity, and More, Oct. 19|
Fun with liquid nitrogen? Beating back gravity? Sharks with lasers? It’s all there to explore at the Ohio University Department of Physics and Astronomy Open House on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clippinger Laboratories on the Athens campus.
|Food for Thought: Revival of local, diversified agriculture, Oct. 23|
The Food for Thought Speaker Series presents Dr. Art Trese on “Revival of local, diversified agriculture” on Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 5 p.m. in Ellis 113.
|McCarthy: Why amur honeysuckle threatens Midwestern hardwood forests|
Dr. Brian McCarthy, College of Arts & Science Associate Dean for Faculty, Graduate Studies and Research and Professor of Forest Ecology, spoke on Amur honeysuckle, one of the top invading species in the United States, at the Invasive Ornamental Plant Symposium & Working Group” in Chicago last week.
|Faculty and Staff Resource Fair provides OHIO employees a wealth of information|
More than 40 vendors offered Ohio University faculty and staff information, advice and free giveaways during the 2013 Faculty and Staff Resource Fair.
|Science Café talk to focus on cells and molecules tug of war|
David Tees, associate director in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, will discuss the cells and molecules tug of war during his Science Café discussion on Oct. 23.
|Consulting Fellows Visit Silicon Valley|
Consulting Fellows learn, network, and brainstorm business solutions with executives from Apple and Google
|Follow-up repair work causes Park Place closure|
Motorists visiting Ohio University’s Athens Campus are advised that the west bound lane of Park Place will be closed Oct. 21 to Oct. 24 due to follow-up repair work.
|OCTUBAFEST, Oktoboefest feature guest artists|
Two instruments are getting extra attention during the month of October at Ohio University’s School of Music. The tuba and oboe are not often the recipients of solos and don’t receive the recognition that many other instruments do.
|University enters MOU with Beijing university|
Ohio University's academic reach around the world was extended on Oct. 15 when it entered into a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Beijing International Studies University (BISU) in China.
|Libraries hosts preservation workshop|
Participants recently gathered at the Library Annex for a preservation workshop that gave Ohio University Libraries the opportunity to collaborate with institutions across southeast Ohio.
|Process to turn heat on to Athens Campus buildings begins|
In the coming week, buildings across Ohio University’s Athens Campus will be warming up when crews with Facilities Management make the switch from cooling to heating the buildings. According to the local weather forecast, temperatures are expected to drop as a cold front moves through Southern Ohio.
|'Speed-mentoring' offers faculty timely tips|
The College of Arts and Sciences held a “speed-dating” type event Oct. 11 as a mentoring program between senior and junior faculty within the college.
|FBI to talk cyber crime in Baker on Oct 22|
Intellectual property, cyber crime, and the role of technology: Join OIT on Oct 22 and hear straight from the FBI what online trends you should be aware of in 2013.
|Homecoming 2013 packed with memorable moments [PHOTO ESSAY]|
This photo essay features some of the highlights of Ohio University's 2013 Homecoming celebration.
|Board of Trustees chair, vice chair field questions at Faculty Senate|
Ohio University Board of Trustees Chair Sandra Anderson and Vice Chair David Brightbill answered questions at the Oct. 14 Faculty Senate meeting.
|3D printer offers university, community capacity for design and manufacturing projects|
Ohio University has purchased a new 3D printer that will allow the university and regional community to design prototypes and manufacture products on demand.
|Water shortages affecting East Green|
The Facilities Work Center is working to address domestic hot and cold water shortages and reduced water pressure on Ohio University's East Green today.
|Training offered for new BobcatBUY user interface|
The below message has been sent to active BobcatBUY users, Financial Managers, and Chief Financial Administrative Officers to provide important information on the next BobcatBUY software update which occurs three times annually in Spring, Summer, and Fall.
|University to host “Campus Conversation: Sexual Assault, Consent and Bystander Intervention”|
The Ohio University community is invited to participate in an event designed to provide a safe place for people to ask questions, raise concerns, and educate themselves and others about sexual assault, consent and bystander intervention.
|Zanesville Campus to host Halloween safety event|
Ohio University Zanesville's Campus Public Safety Department and Zane State College are hosting a Halloween safety event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in the Campus Center conference rooms.
|Clarke appointed vice provost for Diversity and Inclusion|
Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit sent the following message to the University Community on Tuesday, Oct. 22, regarding the appointment of a new vice provost for Diversity and Inclusion.
|Authors@Alden: A Conversation with English professor Kevin Haworth|
On Oct. 30, the Libraries presents “I’m Not Just Making This Up: Why Even Creative Writers Need the Library.” This conversation with Kevin Haworth, assistant professor of English, details how writers can optimize their creative processes with the Libraries’ resources.
|OHIO faculty and staff make the difference|
UCM works with group of faculty and staff to establish a pathway toward a more consistent approach to communications with prospective and current employees through a brand position that is unique to the OHIO experience.
|Mario Grijalva combats a disease that affects millions worldwide|
It’s estimated that between 8 and 11 million people in Mexico, South America, and Central America are infected with the parasite that causes Chagas disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
|University Human Resources aids advertisting efforts for open positions|
Ohio University departments have a great resource in University Human Resources (UHR) when it comes to advertising open positions in the University.
|LASIK surgery pioneer and Russ Prize recipient to lecture on breakthrough discovery|
Rangaswamy Srinivasan, a recipient of the 2013 Russ Prize, will discuss his development of the pulsed ultraviolet excimer laser, the technology behind LASIK and PRK vision correction surgeries, on Tues., Oct. 29, at 3:30 p.m. in Ohio University’s Baker University Center Ballroom.
|Young Scholars Ages 10-17 Learn with OHIO Professors|
Young scholars from 12 states, Canada and Spain visited Ohio University recently to spend a few days with faculty members on topics from poetry to fuel cells. This was the third year Ohio University has hosted a Young Scholars OHIO program.
|Separating Fact from Fiction in Nanotechnology|
Don’t expect nanotechnology to produce tiny robots with artificial intelligence that devour cancer cells or ropes with Carbon nanotube strands that are strong enough to build a space elevator from Earth to the orbiting stations.
|After the troubles: Revising the dominant narrative|
Celia Burke's plane landed on the runway of the Dublin International Airport on June 26, exactly 50 years (give or take a few hours) after John F. Kennedy arrived in Dublin for his first, and only, presidential trip to Ireland.
|Halloween parking restrictions take effect at 3 p.m. Friday|
Halloween parking restrictions on Ohio University’s Athens Campus will take effect at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, and continue through 7 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27.
|OHIO community embraces Campus Conversation|
“Campus Conversation: Sexual Assault, Consent, and Bystander Intervention” was held Thursday from noon to 4 p.m. in the Main Reception room near Nelson Court.
|Register for Art Encounters kids workshops at Kennedy Museum|
The Ohio University Kennedy Museum of Art will host Art Encounters workshops for children on Nov. 16 and Dec. 7 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
|Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington International Week: “Conflict & Contact” [AUDIO]|
Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington is celebrating International Week November 12 – 15. This is the first year the event is being held on the regional campuses of Ohio University. The Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center theme is "Conflict & Contact."
|OHIO to celebrate International Education Week Nov. 12-16|
For the first time, Ohio University will be hosting International Education Week at an institutional level, with events on campus Nov. 12-16.
|Structural inspection of Convocation Center set to begin Oct. 29|
The inspection will last through Thursday and is dependent on weather. Due to residence hall restrictions the inspections will not begin until after 9 a.m.
|First Family Pledges Funds for Tutoring Center at OUL|
When Assistant Professor of Education Jane Johnsen passed away unexpectedly last January, retired Ohio University Lancaster Campus Assistant Professor of Health Technology Debra Smith and her husband, Lancaster Mayor Dave Smith, wanted to find the right way to honor her memory. After speaking to OUL Development Director Mandi Custer, the Smiths decided to pledge $25,000 to the fundraising effort for a new tutoring center on campus in hopes of naming it after Johnsen.
|Disabilities conference discusses 'Action and Justice for All'|
Representatives from institutions of higher education throughout the state gathered to swap information and network at the Athens campus Friday for the annual Ohio Association of Higher Education and Disability conference.
|School of Music to present sixth annual Hallowpalooza|
The Ohio University School of Music will proudly present “Hallowpalooza VI: An Arm and Allegro” on Oct. 30 at Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium.
|Faculty member named for Gawande Chair in Indian Religion and Philosophy|
Chair established by Doctors Ram and Sushila Gawande aims to increase knowledge, awareness of Indian culture, and collaboration between Ohio University and India
|CE3 Workshop a Hub of Resources for Ohio Energy Businesses|
On Friday, September 27, 2013, CE3 hosted "A Workshop for Efficiency, Emissions, and Energy Choices in Ohio," to help small, medium, and large businesses achieve their energy cost-savings and emissions goals. The workshop in Columbus, Ohio, convened nearly 100 businesses leaders, and was funded in part by a U.S. EPA grant that allows CE3 to provide educational programming to stakeholders in Ohio about compliance with the EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program.